Learn Spanish free, lessons for level A2

The A2 level Spanish course is designed for beginners who want to continue learning Spanish. Thanks to this course, you will be able to build a solid grammatical foundation and improve your knowledge.

A2 Free Spanish Class 1

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In this class you will learn the two irregular verbs poder and saber and learn two structures with these verbs that will allow you to talk about the possibility and impossibility of doing something, as well as the ability and inability to do something.
Words and expressions that you will learn in this lesson:
poder + infinitivo (yo puedo jugar al fútbol, ¿tú puedes hacer deporte?, ¿qué puedes hacer?)
saber + infinitivo ( yo no sé hacer tortilla, ¿sabes tocar el piano?)

A2 Free Spanish Class 2

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In this class you will learn adjectives to describe the positive and negative qualities of people. You will also learn some structures for asking what skills you need to have in order to get a job, and for talking about your abilities
Words and expressions that you will learn in this lesson:
Adjetivos positivos: trabajador, empático, comunicativo, sociable
Adjetivos negativos: impuntual, desorganizado, perezoso, mentiroso
Expresiones: tener paciencia, tener experiencia, tener buen carácter
Construcción tener que + saber: ¿qué tengo que saber para trabajar en tu escuela?, tienes que saber muchos idiomas, tienes que saber escuchar a los estudiantes

A2 Free Spanish Class 3

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In this class you will learn how to talk about occupations. You will be able to ask what a person does and where they work. You will learn different adjectives and other expressions to describe professions. You will also learn how to ask for someone's opinion and express your opinion about different professions.
Words and expressions that you will learn in this lesson:
¿A qué te dedicas?
¿Dónde trabajas?
¿Cómo es ser (funcioaria, peluquero, médico...)?
Ser funcionaria es un poco monótono y aburrido.
Ser peluquero es un trabajo creativo, pero muy mal pagado.
Ser médico es un trabajo de mucha responsabilidad y con mucho futuro.
¿Qué piensa?
Yo creo que...
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 4

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In this class you will learn the difference between the two verbs saber and conocer. Repeat the conjugation of these irregular verbs. Reinforce their use in different situations.
The words and expressions you will learn in this lesson:
Yo sé que...
¿Sabes dónde esta...?
¿Qué sabes sobre...?
Yo conozco Barcelona.
Yo no conozco al director, pero quiero conocerlo.
Yo conozco un buen restaurant, pero no se como se llama.

 

A2 Free Spanish Class 5

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In this class you will learn how to express temporary situations by using the Spanish verb "estar" and the endings "-ando" or "-iendo". Practice the conjugation for verbs ending in -ar, -er and -ir as well as how to apply it to every day conversation. Understand how to ask questions with this structure as well as respond. Let´s start!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
cantar - cantando
bailar - bailando
estudiar - estudiando
correr - corriendo
beber - bebiendo
aprender - aprendiendo
escribir - escribiendo
subir - subiendo
vivir - viviendo
¿Qué estas estudiando ahora?
Estoy estudiando un máster.
¿Estás aprendiendo ruso, no?
Sí, estoy aprendiendo poco a poco.
¿Dónde estas viviendo ahora?
Estoy viviendo en Madrid.
¿Qué estas haciendo tus padres?
Mis padres están reformando la casa.
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 6

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In this class you will learn how to express temporary actions that are happening in the moment. In Spanish we use the "gerundio" (gerund form) to express actions that are occurring right now. Learn how to ask someone what they are doing, as well as respond to the question. Watch out for the irregular verbs "venir", "ir", "pedir" and "oír" which have an irregular conjugation. Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿Qué estás haciendo?
Estoy leyendo una novela super interesante.
No estoy haciendo nada.
Estoy viendo la tele.
Estoy yendo al gimnasio.
Estoy pidiendo unas pizzas.
¿Quieres venir a casa?
Estoy esperando unos amigos que vienen a cenar en casa.
Ven.
¿Puedo venir también?
 

A2 free Spanish Class 7

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In this class you will learn how to express actions that you do to yourself by using reflexive verbs. Learn how to use personal pronouns with reflexive verbs, placing the pronoun before the ver "estar" (be) or by adding it to the end of the gerund form. Understand how to conjugate reflexive verbs for each subject with different verbs.
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿Qué estás haciendo?
Laura se está peinando.
Yo me estoy maquillando.
Yo estoy lavándome las manos.
Laura está poniéndose crema.
¿Qué estáis haciendo?
Nos estamos lavándose los dientes.
Lola está duchándose.
¿Qué están haciendo Asier y Oliver?
Creo que están vistiéndose.
¿Qué están haciendo Lola y Noe?
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 8

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In this class you will learn how to express your feeling by learning useful adjectives for every day conversation in Spanish, as well as their corresponding structure. Learn how to ask someone how they are feeling in different ways and how to respond. How are you feeling today?
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿Qué te pasa?
¿Estás bien?
Tengo frío.
Tengo calor.
Tengo sed.
Tengo hambre.
Tengo sueño.
Tengo miedo.
Estoy nerviosa.
Estoy enfadada.
Estoy enferma.
Estoy enamorada.
Estot triste.
Lo siento.
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 9

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In this class you will learn how to express life experiences in the past using the Spanish tense "el pretérito imperfecto del indicativo". You will also learn how to ask about past life experiences by using the question form "¿Alguna vez has...?" (Have you ever...?), as well as how to respond to the question using adverbs of frequency. Understand how to use this tense in every day conversation to talk about common topics such as travel. Let's start!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿Alguna vez has...?
¿Con qué frecuencia has...?
Sí he visitado...muchas veces.
Sí he visitado...alguna vez.
Sí he visitado...dos veces.
No, no he visitado...nunca.
¿A dónde vas de vacaciones?
Voy a...
¿Alguna vez has estado en...?
He ido a...
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 10

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In this class you will learn how to use the Spanish tense "el pretérito imperfecto del indicativo" in order to express actions in an unfinished moment. You will learn how to talk about recent actions or actions that occur in an unfinished time such as; this month, this week or even today. You will also learn how to use the "pretérito imperfecto del indicativo" with the past participle form of common irregular verbs. Let's start!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
He visto una película.
He puesto un cuadro.
Hemos vuelto del gimnasio.
Este mes he escrito un libro.
Este mes he hecho mucho deporte.
Esta semana Carla ha dicho que está embarazada.
Este verano ha muerto muy gatito.
Unos niños han roto el aire acondicionado.
Hoy he abierto la ventana.
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 11

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In this class you will learn how to "verbos prenominales", also known as reflexive verbs, with the "pretérito imperfecto del indicativo" in order to express reflexive actions such as "ducharse" (have a shower) or "reirse" (laugh). You will also learn the most common reflexive verbs used for daily routines and actions. Let's start!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿Te has duchado?
Sí, me he duchado.
No me he lavado los dientes.
Nos hemos retrasado un poco.
¿Os habéis acordado el vino?
No, nos hemos olvidado el vino.
Me he acordado...
Nos hemos quedado mucho tiempo.
Nadie se ha ido pronto.
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 12

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In this class you will learn how to ask the time as well as say the time in response to the question. You will learn that the time in Spanish is always feminine and uses the Spanish verb "ser" (be). Understand that the time is always in plural, "son las..." except in the case of one o'clock, which is singular. You will also learn how to indicate the time of day that you do a certain action. Let's get started!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿Qué hora es?
Es la una.
Son las...
Son las...de la madrugada.
Son las...de la mañana.
Son las...de la tarde.
Son las...de la noche.
Disculpa, ¿tienes la hora?
Sí, son las cuatro y cuarto.
Sí, son las cuatro y media.
Sí, son las cinco menos cuarto.
Sí, son las cinco en punto.
¿A qué hora...?
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 13

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In this class you will learn how to ask the arrival and departure times for modes of transport as well as answer the question. You will also learn how to express timetables by using two different structures; " desde...hasta" (from...until) and "de + la hora + de + la hora" (from + the time + till + the time). Let's take a look!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿A qué hora llega el tren?
El tren llega a las 10 de la noche.
¿A qué hora sale el tren?
El tren sale a las diez de la mañana.
¿Cuál es tu horario de trabajo?
Trabajo desde las 9 hasta las 6.
Trabajo de 9 a 6.
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 14

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In this class you will learn how to use a variety of prepositions in order to indicate direction, distance, places on route and the final destination. Learn how to use these prepositions in every day conversation in common topics such as transport, travel or work. Let's have a look!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
Voy en moto de Barcelona a Valencia.
Voy en moto desde Barcelona hasta Valencia.
Este bus va a San Sebastian.
Este bus va hacia San Sebastian.
Mi casa está a 3km de la playa.
Mi casa está cerca de aquí.
Mi casa está lejos de la montaña.
El tren pasa por Madrid y Toledo.
El tren va a Sevilla.
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 15

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In this class you will learn the difference between the Spanish prepositions "por" and "para" and their uses. You will learn how to explain the cause of something by using "por", as well as using it for exchanging items and saying the mode in which something is done. You will also learn how to use the preposition "para" in order to express the objective of something and to indicate an end date. Let's take a look!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
llego tarde por el tráfico.
Me gusta...
Te la cambio por...
Te las cambio por...
Hablo con mi amiga por teléfono.
¿Para qué sirve el móvil?
Para llamar, para sacar fotos...
¿Para quién es...?
¿Para cuándo es...?
Es para...
 

A2 Free Spanish Class 16

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In this class you will learn how to use the Spanish expressions "ya" (already) and "todavía no" (not yet) with the "pretérito perfecto" tense in order to express life experiences. Learn how to conjugate the "pretérito perfecto" by using the auxiliary verb "haber + participio". You will also learn the 10 most common irregular participles which are required in order to form the "pretérito perfecto" structure. you will also learn how to ask someone about their life experiences by using the structure "¿Alguna vez has...?" (Have you ever?). Let's start!
Words and expressions that you will learn in this class:
¿Qué has hecho hoy?
Hoy he comido con...
¿Alguna vez has...?
Nunca he estado en...
He estado en...muchas veces.
¿Ya has acabado el libro?
Todavía no he acabado el libro.
Sí ya he terminado el libro.
Asier y yo todavía no hemos visitado la Sagrada Familia.
Tamara y yo ya hemos comido tapas.