Are you looking for something special? Here you will find refresher courses as well as fast speech training and you can train your listening comprehension with the fun course 'Listen and practise'.
Refresher course 1
Ideal for everyone who studied Spanish a long time ago or wants to test their knowledge at the A2 level.
Refresher Course 2
You'll find many important refresher course topics here, in order to help you brush up on your vocabulary and grammar knowledge for usage in everyday life.
Here you'll learn false friends: Spanish words that sound similar to English words - but have a totally different meaning! Be careful, danger of confusion!
With funny short stories in Spanish, you'll feel surer about the spelling of words, practise verb tense s and the agreement of adjectives.
Spanish for holidays
You're off to Spain soon? Here you'll quickly learn a few words, sentences and basics for getting around.
Listen and practise
In this course, you'll listen to everyday conversations to learn useful expressions. Join Eduardo on his trip to Peru: making smalltalk with the locals, in the hotel, in the market and around Lima's nightlife. You'll also be with him as he explores the Andes and the jungle. The course is based on level A2/B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Spanish around the World
Spanish is Spanish - isn't it? Get to know some of the differences in vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar between Spain and Latin America.
What does "be red like a shrimp" or "move the skeleton" mean in Spanish? How can you shorten the words "weekend" or "flatmate" in everyday Spanish? Learn colloquial expressions for love, partying, the beach, people and much more.
So you'd like to practise and improve your knowledge of Spanish numbers? Here you will learn to juggle them and use them in various contexts.
What do Spanish speakers mean when they kill the little worm or give someone pumpkins? What does "fewer wolves, little red riding hood!" mean? Or "between whistles and flutes"? Learn these Spanish idioms and what they mean.
Spanish Express training
Quick update needed? Short exercises to bring your passive knowledge up-to-date and ready to use. The course is based on level A2/B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Spanish Tongue twisters
Learn Spanish pronunciation, lots of words and grammatical contexts with tongue twisters. You can extend your vocabulary and practise saying Spanish sentences in a fun and entertaining way.
Writing exercises: Beginner
Practise writing in Spanish on simple topics and send your contributions to the community. Describe a way or the weather, talk about a trip or a language course in the past…
Writing exercises: Intermediate
Write an email, postcard or a letter in Spanish and practise typical valedictions. Describe other people and your everyday life.
Writing exercises: Advanced
Practise your writing skills in Spanish and relate fun everyday topics. Give your opinion on the European Union or on the financial crisis.