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Venue Day Time Fee Weeks Start Date End Date Select To Enrol
Spanish Beginners (May 2018)
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Tuesday 18:00 - 19:30 €199 10 29 May 2018 31 Jul 2018
Spanish Beginners April 2018
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Wednesday 18:00 - 19:30 €199 10 04 Apr 2018 06 Jun 2018
Milltown Park Sandford Rd. Ranelagh Wednesday 18:15 - 19:45 €199 10 25 Apr 2018 27 Jun 2018
Spanish Advanced Beginners (Josu - April 2018)
Milltown Park Sandford Rd. Ranelagh Monday 20:00 - 21:30 €155 7 30 Apr 2018 25 Jun 2018
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Tuesday 19:30 - 21:00 €179 8 01 May 2018 19 Jun 2018
Spanish Pre Intermediate (Josu - April 2018)
Oscars International 34 Dame St. D2 Tuesday 18:00 - 19:30 €179 8 17 Apr 2018 05 Jun 2018
Spanish Pre Intermediate April 2018 (Yolanda)
Milltown Park Sandford Rd. Ranelagh Wednesday 18:30 - 20:00 €179 8 16 May 2018 04 Jul 2018
*Spanish Pre Intermediate B (Josu - April 2018)
Milltown Park Sandford Rd. Ranelagh Monday 18:30 - 20:00 €179 8 23 Apr 2018 25 Jun 2018
Spanish Upper Intermediate 1 April 2018 (Yolanda)
Milltown Park Sandford Rd. Ranelagh Monday 18:30 - 20:00 €155 7 16 Apr 2018 18 Jun 2018
*Spanish Upper Intermediate 2 April 2018 (Yolanda)
Milltown Park Sandford Rd. Ranelagh Monday 20:00 - 21:30 €155 7 23 Apr 2018 25 Jun 2018

FREE NO COMMITMENT TRIAL CLASS! Since 1989, The Sandford Language Institute Dublin 2 & 6, has offered Spanish classes / courses and grinds at all levels, year round,from general classes to Travel Preparation courses & private tuition.

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If you have missed the official start date of a course, we can arrange a catch up class to cover what you have missed at beginner level at no additional cost or if you are not a total beginner, you wont be charged for the weeks that you have missed. Please contact Shane Zerbe the Spanish Coordinator on info@sandfordlanguages.ie or 01 2601296 if you wish to join a course that has already commenced.

Special offer on course fees! The Sandford Language Institute has been running classes in Spanish since 1989. Our tutors are native speakers and qualified teachers, teaching the communicative use of the language making it as relevant as possible to every day situations. All of the main language skills of Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking and Use of language (Grammar) are developed in class. If you join a class and the level proves too high or low, moving level is no problem. Should you have any queries, please contact Shane Zerbe on 01 2601296 or shane.zerbe@sandfordlanguages.ie

Secondary School Courses Information We have been providing Spanish tuition for Secondary school Students 1st-6th years, intensive and weekly group classes for many years.We offer Intensive Summer,& Mid-Term Break Intensive Courses in addition to once weekly classes of 90 minutes duration during the school year September to May. Contact Mary: mary.zerbe@sandfordlanguages,ie or phone 01-2601296 We also offer extra curricular courses for students who want to study Spanish as an extra language outside of school.

LevelsDescription
SPANISH ENQUIRIES 2018 *Please submit your enquiry here*Please submit your enquiry here or phone our office on 012601296.You can also email Shane (Spanish Coordinator) at info@sandfordlanguages.ie
Spanish All Levels - Submit details here for FREE TRIAL CLASS on any of the courses currently running* Please submit your enquiry here. Under comments please let me know how specifically I can assist you. Regards, Shane, Spanish Coordinator
Spanish Beginners (May 2018)Level 1 -Greetings, introductions and alphabet (learn how to spell words in Spanish) -Days of the week - Nacionalities and introduction to verbs (verb "to be") - Useful phrases to use in the classroom or basic conversations. -Professions and continuation with verbs (regular) - The seasons. - Vocabulary to be able to give personal details (email, telephone, fax, address etc..) - Differences between a "you person" and a " you formal" (usted). Uses in everyday situations. - Vocabulary about the family, Questions and answers. New verb, "to have". - Vocabulary to describe people, introduction of a few new verbs and practice. - Basic vocabulary to be able to order in a restaurant, understanding the menu and be able to ask for something else If needed. - Roleplay/ Grammar/ Vocabulary to go shopping, asking for things in the shops, prices, etc... and demostratives. - All numbers. -Colours. - Differences between the two verbs "to be" in Spanish and description of a city, town, etc... Vocabulary about the topic and practice. - The time (with some groups) -Description about the house, vocabulary and practice. Prepositions to describe the location of things.
Spanish Beginners April 2018Level 1 -Greetings, introductions and alphabet (learn how to spell words in Spanish) -Days of the week - Nationalities and introduction to verbs (verb "to be") - Useful phrases to used in the classroom or basic conversations. -Professions and continuation with verbs (regular) - The seasons. - Vocabulary to be able to give personal details (email, telephone, fax, address etc..) - Differences between a "you person" and a " you formal" (usted). Uses in everyday situations.  - Vocabulary about the family, Questions and answers. New verb, "to have". - Vocabulary to describe people, introduction of a few new verbs and practice. - Basic vocabulary to be able to order in a restaurant, understanding the menu and be able to ask for something else If needed. - Roleplay/ Grammar/ Vocabulary to go shopping, asking for things in the shops, prices, etc... and demostratives. - All numbers. -Colours. - Differences between the two verbs "to be" in Spanish and description of a city, town, etc... Vocabulary about the topic and practice. - The time (with some groups) -Description about the house, vocabulary and practice. Prepositions to describe the location of things.
Spanish Beginners February 2018Level 1 -Greetings, introductions and alphabet (learn how to spell words in Spanish) -Days of the week - Nationalities and introduction to verbs (verb "to be") - Useful phrases to used in the classroom or basic conversations. -Professions and continuation with verbs (regular) - The seasons. - Vocabulary to be able to give personal details (email, telephone, fax, address etc..) - Differences between a "you person" and a " you formal" (usted). Uses in everyday situations.  - Vocabulary about the family, Questions and answers. New verb, "to have". - Vocabulary to describe people, introduction of a few new verbs and practice. - Basic vocabulary to be able to order in a restaurant, understanding the menu and be able to ask for something else If needed. - Roleplay/ Grammar/ Vocabulary to go shopping, asking for things in the shops, prices, etc... and demostratives. - All numbers. -Colours. - Differences between the two verbs "to be" in Spanish and description of a city, town, etc... Vocabulary about the topic and practice. - The time (with some groups) -Description about the house, vocabulary and practice. Prepositions to describe the location of things.
Spanish Advanced Beginners (Josu - April 2018)Advanced Beginners
Spanish Level 1 Beginners (A1) January 2018 (Missed the start date? Join now, catch up class will be arranged)Level 1 -Greetings, introductions and alphabet (learn how to spell words in Spanish) -Days of the week - Nationalities and introduction to verbs (verb "to be") - Useful phrases to used in the classroom or basic conversations. -Professions and continuation with verbs (regular) - The seasons. - Vocabulary to be able to give personal details (email, telephone, fax, address etc..) - Differences between a "you person" and a " you formal" (usted). Uses in everyday situations.  - Vocabulary about the family, Questions and answers. New verb, "to have". - Vocabulary to describe people, introduction of a few new verbs and practice. - Basic vocabulary to be able to order in a restaurant, understanding the menu and be able to ask for something else If needed. - Roleplay/ Grammar/ Vocabulary to go shopping, asking for things in the shops, prices, etc... and demostratives. - All numbers. -Colours. - Differences between the two verbs "to be" in Spanish and description of a city, town, etc... Vocabulary about the topic and practice. - The time (with some groups) -Description about the house, vocabulary and practice. Prepositions to describe the location of things.
Spanish Pre Intermediate (Josu - April 2018)Spanish Pre Intermediate
Spanish Pre Intermediate April 2018 (Yolanda)Spanish Pre Intermediate April 2018 (Yolanda)
*Spanish Pre Intermediate B (Josu - April 2018)Spanish Pre Intermediate B
Spanish Level 1 Beginners (A1) Intensive January 2018Spanish Level 1 Intensive. Level 1 -Greetings, introductions and alphabet (learn how to spell words in Spanish) -Days of the week - Nationalities and introduction to verbs (verb "to be") - Useful phrases to used in the classroom or basic conversations. -Professions and continuation with verbs (regular) - The seasons. - Vocabulary to be able to give personal details (email, telephone, fax, address etc..) - Differences between a "you person" and a " you formal" (usted). Uses in everyday situations.  - Vocabulary about the family, Questions and answers. New verb, "to have". - Vocabulary to describe people, introduction of a few new verbs and practice. - Basic vocabulary to be able to order in a restaurant, understanding the menu and be able to ask for something else If needed. - Roleplay/ Grammar/ Vocabulary to go shopping, asking for things in the shops, prices, etc... and demostratives. - All numbers. -Colours. - Differences between the two verbs "to be" in Spanish and description of a city, town, etc... Vocabulary about the topic and practice. - The time (with some groups) -Description about the house, vocabulary and practice. Prepositions to describe the location of things.
Spanish Upper Intermediate 1 April 2018 (Yolanda)Spanish Upper Intermediate 1 (Yolanda)
Spanish Level 1 Beginners (A1) February 2018Level 1 -Greetings, introductions and alphabet (learn how to spell words in Spanish) -Days of the week - Nationalities and introduction to verbs (verb "to be") - Useful phrases to used in the classroom or basic conversations. -Professions and continuation with verbs (regular) - The seasons. - Vocabulary to be able to give personal details (email, telephone, fax, address etc..) - Differences between a "you person" and a " you formal" (usted). Uses in everyday situations.  - Vocabulary about the family, Questions and answers. New verb, "to have". - Vocabulary to describe people, introduction of a few new verbs and practice. - Basic vocabulary to be able to order in a restaurant, understanding the menu and be able to ask for something else If needed. - Roleplay/ Grammar/ Vocabulary to go shopping, asking for things in the shops, prices, etc... and demostratives. - All numbers. -Colours. - Differences between the two verbs "to be" in Spanish and description of a city, town, etc... Vocabulary about the topic and practice. - The time (with some groups) -Description about the house, vocabulary and practice. Prepositions to describe the location of things.
Spanish Level 2 Advanced Beginners January 2018 Advanced beginners - for beginners with a basic knowledge of all the above language skills or for students who have completed the beginners course with Sandford or elsewhere.
*Spanish Upper Intermediate 2 April 2018 (Yolanda)Spanish Upper Intermediate 2 (Yolanda)
Spanish Lower Intermediate (A2 ) January 2018 Lower Intermediate - I can understand and use simple structures fairly consistently, and can ask and respond to a wide range of simple questions. I have a reasonable idea of how the tense system works. I can express myself in familiar contexts, although I still make a quite a lot of mistakes.
Spanish Lower Intermediate (A2) January 2018For students who are A2 level
Spanish Upper Intermediate 1 January 2018 - YolandaUpper Intermediate 2 - I have a good understanding and knowledge of a wide range of language structures and functions, although I may continue to make minor errors syntactically. I have considerable passive knowledge, but need to expand my active usage. I am ready to learn different ways of expressing ideas, work on the subtle nuances of the language, and expand the range of what I can say and write.
Spanish Upper Intermediate 2 January 2018 - YolandaUpper Intermediate 2 - I have a good understanding and knowledge of a wide range of language structures and functions, although I may continue to make minor errors syntactically. I have considerable passive knowledge, but need to expand my active usage. I am ready to learn different ways of expressing ideas, work on the subtle nuances of the language, and expand the range of what I can say and write.
Spanish Advanced January 2018 - YolandaI have a good understanding and knowledge of a wide range of language structures and functions, although I may still make minor errors syntactically. I have considerable passive knowledge, but need to expand my active usage. I am ready to learn different ways of expressing ideas, work on the subtle nuances of the language and expand the range of what I can say and write.
Spanish Advanced (B2/C1) January 2018For Upper Intermediate/Advanced level students.
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