Course summary

Would you like to learn Spanish in London? Join one of our part-time Spanish courses at our central London Regent Street Campus – just a few minutes' walk from Oxford Circus.

Who is this class for?

  • Part 1 is for you if you have already studied Spanish for 300 hours or equivalent.
  • You can join Part 2 if you have studied Spanish for about 320 hours.
  • You can join Part 3 if you have studied Spanish for about 340 hours.

Discounts and offers

  • part 1 for £267 (£297 after 31 July)*
  • parts 1, 2 and 3 together for £550 (£607 after 31 July)*

To book all three parts, please proceed with booking Part 1 and add Parts 2 and 3 to your order when prompted during the checkout process. Please note that purchasing 3 Parts together equates to one single transaction, therefore we do not accept cancellation requests for Parts 2 and 3 individually.

Cancellations requests must be made more than 16 days before the start of Part 1.

Terms and conditions

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Course structure

Our Spanish lessons follow a communicative approach to language teaching, focusing on the language you need to communicate in authentic situations with an emphasis on speaking and listening. Our evening classes are taught by experienced language teachers who are native speakers of the language or equivalent.

Please note that the distribution of course content across terms may vary from year to year. This is due to the variable length of terms in different academic years. There may also be slight content variations at the discretion of the tutor. We may, for example, include additional content when general progress is good, or vary content according to students’ interests.

Learning resources

We will use Bitácora 4 Nueva Edición throughout the course. However, please wait until the first session before buying your course book.


In this term, we will cover:

  • current Spanish and Latin American affairs: videos, articles, news...
  • language learning: difficulties and objectives.
  • relationships and social media
  • describing character, feelings and emotions
  • social media and information: fake news
  • literature: Short story by Rosa Montero, Spanish writer and journalist
  • literature: Fragment of short story by Leo Masliah, Uruguayan writer


You will learn:

  • verbal periphrases with infinitives (empezar a, ponerse a, no dejar de, acabar de, seguir sin, llevar+ tiempo + sin), gerunds (seguir, llevar, acabar, ir) and participles (llevar)
  • conditional phrases with imperfect of subjunctive (si+ imperfect de subjuntivo, condicional)
  • relative clauses with indicative and subjunctive (necesitamos una persona que es/ sea …)
  • reciprocal constructions (se conocieron, se odian…)
  • value judgment with imperfect of subjunctive (es una pena que se enfadara…)
  • agreement/ disagreement with indicative or subjunctive (estoy de acuerdo en cambiar / estoy de acuerdo en que cambiemos…)
  • expressing opinions with indicative and subjunctive (opino / considero / veo / diría que + indicativo; no opino, no considero, no veo que + subjuntivo)


In this term, we will cover:

  • immigration and identity: Latin Americans in the USA
  • second generation immigrants in Spain
  • current Spanish and Latin American affairs: videos, articles, news…
  • places: La Cordillera de los Andes, La Sierra de Guadarrama
  • ecology: current issues
  • health, food habits and diet: vegans, clean eating, etc.
  • literature: poem by Pablo Neruda, Chilean writer


You will learn:

  • relative clauses with prepositions (en el cual/ con la que/ con las cuales…) and in formal register (cuyo/a/os/as)
  • passive voice (fue declarado, será visitado…)
  • expressing impersonality (se construyó, lo construyeron, fue construido)
  • concessive conjunctions with indicative / subjunctive (aunque, por mucho que, a pesar de que, por muy... que + indicativo/ subjuntivo)
  • verbs of movement (subir, bajar, acercarse a…)
  • conditional conjunctions (a no ser que/ siempre y cuando + subjuntivo, excepto si + indicativo…)
  • simple future and future perfect to express probability (estará/ habrá estado…)


In this term, we will cover:

  • current Spanish and Latin American affairs: videos, articles, news...
  • telling an anecdote and reacting to one
  • expressing emotions
  • speculating about the past
  • music: la cumbia, origin and history


You will learn:

  • contrast between past tenses (pretérito indefinido, pretérito imperfecto, pretérito perfecto, pretérito pluscuamperfecto)
  • uses of the present tense
  • reported Speech and tense correlation (me dijo que fuera a verlo…)
  • subordinated clauses to express value judgment in the past (no me pareció bien que…, me quejé de que + imperfect de subjuntivo)


Our language courses are popular and can fill up quickly. If you can’t find the course you’re looking for please check back later, as further dates are added throughout the year.

Please note, bookings will close on Sunday 12 April 2020 so book early to make sure you don’t miss out!

Start date
Day and time


Part 3

Day and time

6-8 pm


8 weeks



Course dates

September start

  • Part 1: 23 September – 6 December 2019
  • Part 2: 13 January – 27 March 2020
  • Part 3: 20 April – 12 June 2020*
  • Part 3: 20 April – 19 June 2020**

* For courses running on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays only.

** For courses running on Mondays only (no classes on Bank Holiday Monday 25 May 2020).


January start

  • Part 1: 13 January – 3 April 2020
  • Part 2: 20 April – 12 June 2020
  • Part 3: 15 June – 17 July 2020*

* Classes in Part 3 run twice a week.

January start is for selected languages only.


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