Spanish courses in IbizaPrivate Spanish lessons

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  • Available all year round
  • 29€ per hour
  • Same price for 1 student or 2 students (sharing)
  • Packages available for 5, 10, 15, and 20 lessons

 

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Description

Private lessons or private group

Private lessons offer the flexibility to build your own learning program. You can book private lessons by themselves or you can add them to your group course. The price is the same for one or two people which means that you can share the costs with another person. You would have to bring the second person though. Why not pair up with your classmates from the group course? The classtimes can be agreed and can be anytime between 9.00 and 20.00 from Monday to Friday.

The price is the same for 1 student as for 2 students with one private teacher. It is also possible to create an own private group with 3 or 4 students.

What will I learn?

Our Spanish courses will provide you the basis for succcesful learning. Below you will find our course outlines for all our Spanish courses structured according to the levels according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).

As you will be studying in a school accredited by Instituto Cervantes you will be learning according to the syllabus of the Instituto Cervantes. No matter if you take an intensive course in Ibiza, evening classes, online classes or any other course format we offer.

How much of the course outline will be covered in your course, depends on the duration and the intensity of your course. It shows you what you learn on each level and gives you an idea how the different levels of A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 are structured.
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Course Outlines by CEFR Level

Beginner and Basic Level - A1

Speaking skills and vocabulary

How to introduce yourself and others, nationalities and professions

How to ask questions in class

Saying hello and goodbye

Giving and requesting personal details

Numbers and the alphabet

Expressing intentions

Languages, geography and the weather

Leisure activities and travel

Easting out in bars and restaurants, ordering and speaking about food

Spanish and Latin American food

Likes and dislikes

Espressing needs and identifying objects

Family and relationships

Clothes and colors

Habits

Days and daily activities

Telling the time and parts of the day

Giving and receiving directions

Expressing likes and dislikes

Grammar

Gender

Conjugations

The verbs ser, estar, gustar, ir, preferir, poner, traer, saber, poder

Present tense “presente indicativo”

Past tense “pretérito perfecto”

Some uses of a, con, de, por, para and porque

Definite article: el, la, los, las

Personal pronouns

Possessives

Demonstratives este/esta/estos

Qualifiers: bien, mal

Quantifiers: muy, mucho, poco, algún, ningún

También, tampoco

The superlative

Reflexive verbs

Yo también, Yo tampoco, Yo si, Yo no

Primero, después, luego

Cultural aspects

How to greet in Spain and Latin America

Differences in pronunciation

Spanish opening and eating times

Famous people of the Spanish speaking world

Intermediate Level - B1

Speaking skills and vocabulary

Speaking about a lifetime of a person

Work and school vocabulary

Future and predictions

Social habits

Speak about prohibition/obligation

Tell jokes and stories

Express interests, wishes and suggest solutions, speak about problems and show disagreement

Grammar

Futuro simple y condicional

Pretérito perfecto y el pretérito indefinido

Presente de indicativo

Presente de subjuntivo

Seguramente/seguro que/supongo que + futuro

Futuro imperfecto

Estilo indirecto

Pretérito pluscuamperfecto de indicativo

Quantifiers: todo el mundo/la mayoría de/muchos/algunos

Conectors: (y) entonces, en aquel momento, al final, de repente, pronto,

Some  uses of the imperative

The superlative: ísimo/-a/-os/-as

Cultural aspects

Cinema, televisión, novels

Advertising and politics in the Spanish speaking world

The environment and solidarity

Elementary Level - A2

Speaking skills and vocabulary

Make recommendations

Describe feelings and speak about habits and difficulties

Activities to learn languages

Professions

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

Explain recipes

Speak about experiences and wishes

Like and dislike people

Give advice

Speak about how you feel, body parts, illness and symptoms

Parts of your life and travel

Historic periods

Argue and debate

Express emotions

Speak in past tense

Grammar

Past tenses “pretérito indefinido”, “pretérito perfecto” and “pretérito imperfecto”

Irregular forms of the “pretérito indefinido”

Past tense markers

OD pronouns

The verbs costar, sentirse, gustar, encantar, preferir, poder, importar, ayudar, poner

Para/porque

Desde / desde hace / hace … que

Empezar a + infintive

Ir/irse

Prepositions: sin, con, debajo, encima, detrás, delante

Possessive pronouns: el mío, tuyo,

Use of ser y estar

Gerund

Estar + gerund

Conditional

 

 

me/te/le/nos/os/les gustaría + infinitivo

Cultural aspects

Travelling and leisure activities

Speaking about food and culinary habits

Interesting places and cultural offer

Upper Intermediate Level - B2

Speaking skills and vocabulary

Speaking about the current news and give opinion about it

Discuss different opinions and talk about feelings

Give and take advise

Talk about cities, tourism in general and leisure activities

Making hypothesis

Grammar

Combine all the past tenses

Use of presente, imperfecto, pretérito perfecto de subjuntivo

Condicional simple y compuesto

Futuro

Use of passive voice

Relative clauses

Creo que + indicativo

Para + infinitivo/subjuntivo

Use of the verbs poner y quedar

Cultural aspects

Media

Politics and society in Spain

Education and biographies

Location:

Right in the city centre: 5 minutes from the port and marina and 15 minutes walking from the next beach

Classrooms:

11 bright and spacious classrooms with air-conditioning.

Facilities:

Free wifi in all of the school, self-study room and library, all areas with wheelchair access.

Snacks and Café:

Snack machine available in the common area, authentic Spanish café next door.

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Which is my Spanish level?

Free Spanish level test

  • Report about your current Spanish level
  • Individual course tips
  • Helpful information about Spanish
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Which is my Spanish level?

Free Spanish level test

  • Report about your current Spanish level
  • Individual course tips
  • Helpful information about Spanish
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Frequently asked questions

Will I learn with a book?

Your teacher will adapt the class to your personal learning objectives. If you want to use a book or if the teachers thinks it is a good mean to reach your objectives, we will use a book for your class. The teacher will tell you which and where to purchase it.

How are the classes structured?

Before we start, we will ask you for a detailed description of your learning objective and your current level of Spanish. If necessary, we will take a level test with you. Based on this, our teachers establish a learning plan and choose the best learning materials for you.

Is there a minimum or a maximum age?

No. Students of any age can have classes.

How long do I need per level?

According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and the syllabus of the Instituto Cervantes, there is a relatively exact description of the contents of each language level. As an accredited language school, we teach all contents in a structured manner and with a practical approach. Please click on Levels and Objectives to see how many hours you need per level.

Can I participate as a complete beginner?

Yes. Private lessons are suitable for any level. For beginners starting from scratch as well as for learners with already existing knowledge of Spanish.

Which class materials will we use?

The Instituto de Idiomas Ibiza uses course books according to the Instituto Cervantes developed especially for intensive course in Spain. The course book’s objective is to teach the Spanish language with the best possible methodology and we enrich them with extra materials, class audios and internet ressources.

Can the teacher come to the house/hotel?

Yes, this is possible. The price per hour is 36,25€ (25% surcharge) instead of 29€ per hour and we will have to charge you the travel time by the same price per hour. It would be for example if it takes 30 minutes to get to the house/hotel, that we charge another hour to come and go. The school is obliged to pay the extra to the teachers when working outside the usual work premises and the travel time on top. We sincerely hope that you understand this. In Ibiza the travel expenses can’t be counted by distance because it depends very much on the roads in the area. So the price varies depending on where the house or hotel is located. We just need the exact address or location and we will confirm it to you. Please contact us before booking this option.

How many lessons should I take?
Students choose differently depending on their objective and availability.
For students who wish to learn at least during a couple of months, a typical weekly schedule is 2-3 times per week approximately 90 minutes. Some also have class every day between 1 and 4 hours depending on how intensively you want to how well they can concentrate. 
A great way to do this is to just start and then go adapting the amount of hours according to your progress and availability. 
Will I have homework assignments?

If you wish so, yes. We will adapt your private lessons to your schedule. While homework assignments are a wonderful way to progress even while you are not in class with your teacher, there is no obligation. We will ask you if you want homework or not.

Can I cancel a class?

Yes. In this case, please inform us by Email at info@ii-ibiza.com. We will apply our cancellation policy for private lessons. If you cancel

  • more than 24 hours in advance: no charge
  • between 12 and 24 hours in advance: charge of 50% of the classes of the day
  • between 0 and 12 hours in advance: charge of 50% of the classes of the day

It is not possible to cancel or change classes on a weekend. For example, to cancel the classes on a Saturday/Sunday/Monday on a Saturday/Sunday.

At what times can I have class?

Pretty much anytime from Monday to Friday between 8am and 10pm depending on teacher availability. On weekends at a surcharge. We have many teachers and  and can adpat in general pretty well to your busy schedule.

Will I get a course certificate?

If you wish so, please let us know. The course certificate contains the level after finishing the course and the assistance.

How can I enroll?
  • On this webseite:
    1. Choose the duration and add the weeks to the cart
    2. Type in your personal details
    3. To checkout pay with your credit card through Paypal (you don´t need a Paypal account)
  • By email:
    • Contact us at info@ii-ibiza.com 
    • We will send you the enrolment form
    • Make the payment and we will confirm the course

Accommodation:
During the booking of your course, we will discuss the accommodation with you and help you with the booking. It is very simple.

Additional information

Private Lessons

5 lessons, 10 lessons, 15 lessons, 20 lessons

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