Friday 15 Apr 2016 until 3 Jun 2016
6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
Online Course, Using Zoom
Conversation courses for A1, A2 and B1 students

Your Teacher

¡Hola chicos! I am Paula, and I come from the wonderful city of Madrid!

I hold a BA (Hons) from Universidad Complutense de Madrid and a postgraduate in teaching Spanish as a foreign language certified by Roehampton University and Instituto Cervantes. I completed my MA in September 2016 at Kings College London and I am also a PhD candidate at the Open University.

Since completing my degree, I have sought to keep increasing my knowledge of linguistics and communication. I fully appreciate the importance of learning a language and the value it brings to both job and leisure opportunities. For this reason I love teaching at Vamos and developing dynamic and communicative activities where everyone feels welcome and confident. I am also a firm supporter of introducing debate and different contents in the class, so that students can improve their language skills while discussing interesting and current topics.

I love working at Vamos because staff and students have both created a big family. Why don’t you come and join? See you soon at Vamos!

Course Materials: Included in the course fees
Age Range: 18 upwards
Class size: Min 6 Max 15


Conversation class 1

 Conversation classes every Friday (as well as our FREE classes every month).

This is an 8-hour course over 10 weeks, so now you can practise what you learn every week. It’s fun and informal.

Lesson 1 “Sleep at least 8 hours a day”

  • Talk about problems
  • Give advice
  • The Imperative: affirmative and negative (regular & irregular verbs)

Lesson 2 “If I were you…”

  • Ask and give advice
  • Conditional Tense: conjugation and use
  • React to a piece of advise

Lesson 3: “Would you mind…?”

  • Follow instructions: revision Imperative
  • Ask a favour, help, objects, permission
  • Vocabulary: technology

Lesson 4:  “Carlos wants me to tell you that tomorrow…”

  • How to pass on a message, questions and petitions
  • Use of the subjunctive in relative clauses: “ha dicho que + subjuntivo” “quiere que+ subjuntivo”

Lesson 5: “I think one of the biggest problems of living in a big city is…..”

  • Speaking about cities: pros and cons
  • Expressing opinion
  • Vocabulary: adjectives

Lesson 6: “I don’t think London is a dangerous city”

  • Express agreement and disagreement
  • Indicativo / Subjuntivo with the verbs: pensar, creer, opinar y parecer
  • How to argue a point

Lesson 7 “Sorry to interrupt but …”

  • Express necessity and purpose: “es necesario que…”, “para que + subjuntivo”
  • Communicative strategies
  • To express a point of view ( in favour of / against)

Lesson 8 “The big debate”

  • Revision of contents

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