Spanish level A2 is the second level according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) which is a definition of different language levels established by the Council of Europe and is valid for all languages. Explained in “normal” language :-), we would say you are on an elementary level.
The elementary level is
Hey, to find out more about courses on your level, please scroll down and click either on online courses or classroom courses in Ibiza.
Many students of all ages ask us every day about how long it takes to master the Spanish elementary level A2.
The average study time to get through all of the contents of A2 in our courses is about 60-120 hours. The duration is similar in courses in the school in Ibiza and in our online courses. It also depends a little on each student how well he/she can follow the course: on the age, on the motivation, maybe knowledge of other languages, the background or other factors. It is an approximate value.
But for now, there is no student who did not make it :-). It is possible, no matter if you are 18 years, 40 something or over 70. We had them all. Some succeed a little faster and some succeed a little slower.
Please click below to see in detail the vocabulary, grammar and cultural aspects corresponding to Spanish level A2:
Describe feelings and speak about habits and difficulties
Activities to learn languages
Describe past events
Cinema and biographies
Types and parts of houses, shapes, styles and materials
To give, leave and borrow
Speak about leisure activities, timetables
Speak about past events
Express intentions and projects
Speak about experiences and wishes
Like and dislike people
Speak about how you feel, body parts, illness and symptoms
Parts of your life and travel
Argue and debate
Speak in past tense
Past tenses “pretérito indefinido”, “pretérito perfecto” and “pretérito imperfecto”
Irregular forms of the “pretérito indefinido”
Past tense markers
The verbs costar, sentirse, gustar, encantar, preferir, poder, importar, ayudar, poner
Desde / desde hace / hace … que
Empezar a + infintive
Prepositions: sin, con, debajo, encima, detrás, delante
Possessive pronouns: el mío, tuyo,
Use of ser y estar
Estar + gerund
Travelling and leisure activities
Speaking about food and culinary habits
Interesting places and cultural offer