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Spanish Beginners

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Start date: 7th Jul 2020

Time: 10:00 - 12:00

Cost: £45

Day: Wednesday

Duration: 4 weeks

Tutor: Itziar Villameriel

Course code: 20SU108

This course is for;

This course aims to provide the ideal introduction to the language, covering the basic language needed in everyday situations on a visit to Spain. It is for beginners or those who want to refresh their basic language skills. The course is set around a range of topics that you would most likely cover on a holiday. The course has been running for 5 weeks so those joining should have a knowledge of greetings, numbers and very basic Spanish. Please contact us on adultlearning@rossettschool.co.uk if you are unsure of your level before you enrol.

This term will cover

  1. Introduce yourself and others.
  2. Use a limited range of basic formalities and courtesies (thanks, apologies, enjoy your meal)
  3. Express difficulties with language (repeat, slow down, I don’t understand etc.)
  4. Hobbies and likes.
  5. Dealing with directions and at the tourist information office.

You will be contacted by the tutor prior to the course starting with regard to the platform to be used.


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Itziar Villameriel

I am a native Spanish lecturer with over eighteen years’ experience teaching all level of the language from beginners to proficiency. I have a degree in Tourism and a PGCE in Education. I have just finished my MA in literary translation and I am in the first year of an MA in legal and financial translation. I have taken part in several research activities and projects with some European Universities such as PEAK “Promoting European Awareness and Key competences. I have recently done some dubbing projects for Johnsons & Johnsons and “Anna Easy Recipes” I am currently translating my first book by the British Author Ann Pilling titled “Amber’s secret”.
I am passionate about my job and always strive to make my classes enjoyable and informative – which I think they are!

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