Spanish Courses


Spanish Language (Beginner, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate and Advanced)
Classes are taught from a communicative point of view to develop all four learning skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Class activities and assignments (practical grammar exercises, role plays, pair work and debates) deal with functional language contents in real life situations. Teaching materials are authentic. Class activities are supplemented by extra curricular ones to foster cultural immersion. Students participate in several cultural events such as cinema, theatre, exhibitions, music shows, and museum visits, among others.

Study hours: 80 (eighty)

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Spanish Advanced Grammar 
The course requires intermediate language level and aims at studying Spanish grammar in depth. It is structured
so that students can have access to different text types of social circulation and to the discursive and linguistic
strategies related to each of them.

Study hours: 45 (forty-five)

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Spanish Written Production (I & II)
The course requires intermediate language level. It aims at developing written production of complex texts in
formal and academic registers.

Study hours: 45 (forty-five)

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Spanish Conversation (I & II)
The objective of the course is to develop oral expression and improve fluency. Class activities include role-playing
and oral presentations about Argentine and Latin American cultural issues. The course emphasizes the use of functional language in communicative contexts in Argentina. Level II requires intermediate language level.

Study hours: 45 (forty-five)

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