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Adults Group Classes

If you have never learnt Spanish before, the best option for you is to register for the Beginner class level 1. If you have done a bit of Spanish and are not sure of your level, you can do a level test to determine your level. To do a level test, see questions number 3.

If you are not sure about your level in Spanish, send an email to info@spanishstudio.sg with your contact number, email address and some information on your background (how much Spanish you have done, why you are learning Spanish etc). If needed, we will send you a level test to complete online to help us determine your level and the best class for you.

Send an email to info@spanishstudio.sg with your contact number, email address and some information on your background (how much Spanish you have done, why you are learning Spanish etc). We will send you a level test to complete online to help us determine your level and the best class for you.

A1, A2 etc.. are levels of proficiency in an European language defined by the CEFR.

CEFR stands for the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. It is a standardized system for evaluating language proficiency that is used across Europe and in many other parts of the world. The CEFR is divided into six levels of proficiency: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2. These levels are based on the ability to perform certain tasks and to use the language in various contexts.

A1 and A2 are the beginner levels of proficiency in the CEFR. A1 indicates a basic level of proficiency, while A2 indicates a slightly higher level of proficiency. At these levels, a learner is able to understand and use simple phrases and sentences, and can communicate in a limited way on familiar topics. They may also be able to read and write short, simple texts.

For example, someone at the A1 level might be able to introduce themselves and ask basic questions, such as “What’s your name?” or “Where are you from?” They might also be able to follow simple instructions or understand basic information in a short text. At the A2 level, a learner might be able to carry on a simple conversation on familiar topics, express their opinions and describe their feelings, and understand the main points of short texts on familiar topics.

Don’t worry, the teacher will do revisions at the beginning of each class to help review the content from the previous lesson. If you still feel a bit lost, you can take up to two make-up classes per term. We can’t guarantee that we will manage to organise one for you, but we will do our best to help you get one.

If you want to arrange a make-up class easily, please send an email to info@spanishstudio.sg with the following information: your name, you teacher’s name, your level and the date and time of the class you will miss as well as your period of absence (from xxx to xxx). Kindly remember, you are only able to take two classes allowed per term and per student.

We are a Singaporean company based and managed in Singapore! We offer lessons at our location (East Coast) and can assist you all along your learning journey. We also offer online lessons for those who prefer this option. In all case, you can always drop by and meet us!

We do offer discounts for students who register for several modules. Kindly approach us for more details 🙂

Children Group Classes

Unfortunately, we only have private classes for children learning Spanish. We offer private class for students from the age of 5 years old.

We hope that we were able to help. If you still have unanswered questions, please send an email to info@spanishstudio.sg. Don’t hesitate to visit our Terms and Conditions for more information about our school.

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