Prerequisite for the course
No prerequisite for this course. Anyone can attend the course.
What if You miss a class?
You can access recording video of to your missed class on our website.
Can i attend a demo class before enrollment?
You can view our live-demo session recordings always.
Who should go for this Training?
This training of qwikmind is suited for all the professional which will be provided by trained IT professional.
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About The Course
All of our courses are taught by a expert Spanish teacher who is experienced at making the course as lively and enjoyable as possible.The functional content is the primary objective of each level and refers to the actions & tasks students are able to perform in Spanish upon completing our levels.
Why This Course
First and foremost, learning French is the pleasure of learning a beautiful, rich, melodious language, often called the language of love. French is also an analytical language that structures thought and develops critical thinking, which is a valuable skill for discussions and negotiations.
Francophony and the French Language
Learning and teaching French
Promoting French around the world
Infographic : French, the 5th World Language
Promoting french worldwide (November 2014)
The promotion of French by region
Tools for the promotion of French
The status of French in the world
Various modules of Spanish is covered for students
Customize the course as per your need
What you will learn
You will learn spanish from scratch
The course introduces everyday language and includes activities to practice all four language skills
After completing this course, you will be prepared to introduce yourself, ask basic questions, and conduct a brief conversation in Spanish.
You can get an easy introduction to Spanish or just consolidate your basic knowledge with the beginner's course.
writing, listening comprehension and speaking.
Greetings and introductions
Spanish phrases for use in shops, hotels, bars and restaurants
Spanish for travelling around a city
Introduction to Grammar, nouns, verbs, word order and numbers, starting to build up confidence in speaking Spanish
Use of adjectives, pronouns and adverbs
Addition of more common phrases like 'how much or many’ (cuánto, cuánta/cuántos, cuántas)
Dates (days of the week and months)
Subject words and phrases describing your job, family, nationality
Expanding on your vocabulary of common items such as food and drinks
Additional key adjectives, verbs, adverbs, connectives
Why it is good to learn spanish
Spanish is considered one of the easiest languages for a native English speaker to learn. The grammar and sentence structure are different from English, but simpler. Because both languages have Latin roots, they also share thousands of cognates – words that sound the same and have the same meanings.
Tomar el pelo. English: To pull someone's leg.
Ser pan comido. English: To be a piece of cake.
Estar como una cabra. English: To be a little crazy.
No tener pelos en la lengua. English: To be straightforward / To tell it like it is.
Good morning. Buenos días.
Good afternoon. Buenas tardes.
Good evening. Buenas noches.
Hello, my name is Hola, me llamo Juan
What is your name? ¿Cómo se llama usted?
How are you? ¿Cómo está usted?
I am fine. Estoy bien.
Nice to meet you. Mucho gusto.
See you later. Hasta luego.
I am lost. Estoy perdido.. ¿Dónde está el baño?
Where is the restroom?
Excuse me. Con permiso.
Please. Por favor.
Thank you. Gracías.gra-SEE-ahs
A noun is a word used to denote a person, place, thing, or idea.
Person: John, girl, dentist
Place: garden, university, Venezuela
Thing: book, car, tomato
Idea: liberty, despair, intelligence
In Spanish, all nouns are either masculine or feminine.
el chico la chica
el jardín la universidad
el libro la revista
el miedo la libertad