Class Number/LevelTopicLearning Objective
A1.1 – General presentation of Spanish and the functioning of its syntax, phonetics, and morphology
A1.1 – Class 1Fundamentals of Spanish: pronunciation, grammar terms, basic structuresThe student understands the basic elements of Spanish: pronunciation and basic verb structures.
A1.1 – Class 2Present Tense (focusing on I and You)Expresses habits, repeated actions, facts, and universal truths. Also, forms and uses verbs in the Present Simple along with modal verbs to express desires, needs, and capabilities.
A1.1 – Class 3More Verbs X2Expresses ideas with other verbs that allow the use of an infinitive alongside them. Presents the verbs “Can,” “Prefer,” “Try,” “Decide,” “Tend to,” and “Must” as useful X2 Verbs in Spanish. Forms and uses sentences with these verbs in different contexts. Can correctly use these X2 Verbs in positive, negative, and interrogative sentences.
A1.1 – Class 4Present Simple (All forms and usages)The student uses the present and can apply it in the contexts where it is necessary in Spanish.
A1.1 – Class 5Verbs – ser and estarExpresses and describes reality with the verbs “ser” and “estar” in Spanish and their use in different contexts and situations.
A1.1 – Class 6Comparatives and Superlatives

Future Ir + a

Uses comparative and superlative structures in Spanish to describe people, places, or things in relation to others. Expresses future actions both immediate and long-term.
A1.1 – Class 7Expressions and vocabulary of the level: greetings, farewells, numbersThe student knows the common expressions, informal and formal, of greetings and farewells. Also knows how to express the time in Spanish.
A1.1 – Class 8Hack of 3 columns – Review of the levelIntegrates the knowledge seen up to the class, so that it is exploited in different concepts and with linked sentences.
A1.2 – Internalization of the basic grammar of Spanish: Basic structures of Past, Present, and Future
A1.2 – Class 9Masterclass: Review – Gender and Number in SpanishThe student knows the endings that determine whether a noun is feminine or masculine in Spanish. Also expresses plurality.
A1.2 – Class 10Gerund and Progressive PresentThe student uses gerunds correctly to express continuous actions in Spanish. Expresses what is happening in the present and has a duration.
A1.2 – Class 11Hack Level A1Integrates the conjugation of verbs in Spanish with different combinations and expresses actions in different contexts.
A1.2 – Class 12Existence with Haber – Irregularities of Simple Present (YO)Expresses existence in Spanish using the words the verb to have in different tenses, in present, past, and future contexts. The student knows the irregular verbs of the Simple Present in Spanish.
A1.2 – Class 13Prepositions, Connectors and Possessive conceptThe student knows and uses pronouns and possessive adjectives.
A1.2 – Class 14Pronouns in Spanish – Reflexive ConceptUnderstands and uses reflexive pronouns in Spanish to express actions that a person performs on themselves, as well as to describe reciprocal actions between two or more people.
A1.2 – Class 15Reflexive Pronouns. Integration in the Hack structureUses reflexive pronouns with different combinations, including their placement in the sentence and their meaning in different contexts.
A1.2 – Class 16Irregular Verbs in the PresentUnderstands the irregular conjugation of certain verbs in the Present.
A1.3 – Development of a concept of survival in Spanish through combinations
A1.3 – Class 17Masterclass: Review – Differences between saber and conocerThe student knows the differences between these verbs to express the knowledge and experience of something.
A1.3 – Class 18Hack and Integration with Reflexive VerbsThe student recognizes the basic structures, conjugation, and combinations of the Present tense, as well as the concept of reflexive verbs.
A1.3 – Class 19Demonstratives adjectives and pronounsThe student knows how to express the relationships surrounding objects and spaces with demonstrative adjectives.
A1.3 – Class 20Affective ExpressionsUnderstands the use of the verb to like and other affective expressions in Spanish to express likes and preferences.
A1.3 – Class 21Simple Past (Indefinido)Understands and uses the basic forms for survival, in terms of expressing simple actions in the past, present, and future, along with their combinations.
A1.3 – Class 22Ser – Ir – Estar in the Simple PastDifference between the use of “ser” and “estar” in the Simple Past and the structures with these verbs and “ir”.
A1.3 – Clase 23Irregularities of the Simple PastUnderstands the irregular conjugation of some verbs in the simple past (indefinite preterite) in Spanish.
A1.3 – Clase 24Hack: Past – Present – FutureUnderstands and uses the basic forms for survival, in terms of expressing simple actions in the past, present, and future, along with their combinations.
A2.1 – Comprehensive study of the past tenses and pronouns in Spanish
A2.1 – Class 25Masterclass: Review – Adverbs of frequencyThe student knows expressions to talk about the regularity of certain routines.
A2.1 – Class 26Direct Object PronounsThe student understands the use of direct object pronouns in Spanish and how they replace direct objects in a sentence.
A2.1 – Class 27Imperfect PastExpresses habitual, repetitive actions in the past, as well as being able to describe people, situations, periods of time with the Imperfect Past.
A2.1 – Class 28Hack: Structures with Imperfect pastThe student can talk about interrupted actions in the past, about things he was going to do but couldn’t for some reason.
A2.1 – Class 29Simple Past vs. Imperfect PastUnderstands and distinguishes between the use of the Simple Past and the Imperfect Past in Spanish, as well as their different nuances and applications in the narration and description of past events.
A2.1 – Class 30Indirect Object PronounsUnderstands the use of indirect object pronouns in Spanish and their placement in the sentence, as well as their relationship with transitive verbs that imply actions directed at someone or something.
A2.1 – Class 31Por vs. Para + HackUnderstands the difference and correctly uses por or para when its equivalent in English is for and when it has more specific meanings: by, to, in order to, because of…
A2.1 – Class 32Contrast of pronounsUnderstands the difference between Reflexive, Direct Object, and Indirect Object pronouns and can combine them appropriately according to the context of the sentence and conversation.
A2.2 – Consolidation of past tenses in the Indicative Mood
A2.2 – Class 33Masterclass: Review – Time line past tensesThe student can discern between the temporal relationships that determine the use of the two past tenses covered.
A2.2 – Class 34Verb Haber (VS. Tener)The student understands the use and importance of the verb “Haber” in Spanish as an auxiliary verb to express past actions, as well as its function to indicate the existence of things in different verb tenses.
A2.2 – Class 35Present perfect (Pretérito perfecto)Understands the formation and use of the past perfect tense in Spanish.
A2.2 – Class 36Irregular past participles and time markers of Pretérito perfecto.The student knows the expressions of time that allow the use of the Present perfect.
A2.2 – Class 37Comparison: Simple Past vs Past PerfectKnows the differences between the Simple Past and the Past Perfect in Spanish, as well as learning to use each of these verb tenses in specific situations.
A2.2 – Class 38The 4 Past TensesUnderstands and uses the past tenses of the indicative mood in Spanish.
A2.2 – Class 39Pronouns + Compound TensesUses reflexive, direct, and indirect pronouns in combination with compound tenses (perfect and pluperfect) in Spanish.
A2.2 – Class 40Complete Hack with all Verb TensesApplies the complete hack to use verb tenses: present, simple past, imperfect, perfect, and pluperfect effectively in Spanish.
A2.3 – Mastery of the Indicative Mood and the Imperative in Spanish
A2.3 – Class 41Masterclass: Review

Timeline & Connectors

The student masters the tenses seen and knows some logical connectors to link the sentences.
A2.3 – Class 42Simple FutureThe student understands and applies the Simple Future tense in Spanish to express future events, certainty, spontaneous decisions, and dispositions.
A2.3 – Class 43Simple ConditionalApplies the Simple Conditional tense in Spanish to express hypotheses in the present and future, suggest something politely, express thoughts or assumptions about future events.
A2.3 – Class 44Compound tensesUnderstands and uses the structures of Haber in different tenses, combined with the past participles.
A2.3 – Class 45Intermediate HackUnderstands and applies the tenses of the Indicative mood.
A2.3 – Class 46Imperative MoodApplies the Imperative Mood in Spanish to express orders, instructions, suggestions, and requests clearly and directly in informal situations (tú – affirmative).
A2.3 – Class 47Imperative – all formsApplies the use of the Imperative Mood in all its forms (tú, usted, ustedes, nosotros) to express orders, instructions, and suggestions appropriately in different communicative contexts.
A2.3 – Class 48Imperative + PronounsCombines the Imperative Mood with different pronouns in Spanish (Reflexive, Direct, and Indirect) to give orders, instructions, or requests precisely.
B1.1 – Consolidation of Intermediate Spanish Level – Subjunctive Mood
B1.1 – Class 49Masterclass: Review – Conditional Perfect and Future PerfectThe student uses forms of expression to refer to hypothetical pasts and more precise moments in the future.
B1.1 – Class 50Indicative Mood – Theory of MoodsThe student masters the Indicative Mood, as well as its use to express different situations in various tenses.
B1.1 – Class 51Introduction to SubjunctiveUnderstands the Subjunctive Mood in Spanish and its use to express opinions, desires, dreams, and unreal situations.
B1.1 – Class 52Subjunctive Present – all formsMasters the Present Subjunctive in structures that require a previous expression in the indicative, followed by “que” and the verb in the subjunctive.
B1.1 – Class 53Verbs of SubjunctiveKnows the different types of verbs and situations that trigger the use of the subjunctive.
B1.1 – Class 54Connectors of SubjunctiveUnderstands the use of the subjunctive in situations involving the expression of ideal ideas or desires, as well as identifying the words and structures that trigger the subjunctive in Spanish.
B1.1 – Class 55Subjunctive VS. IndicativeThe student can distinguish when a sentence requires the use of a subjunctive or indicative verb.
B1.1 – Class 56Subjunctive ImperfectKnows the Imperfect Subjunctive in Spanish, both in its conjugation and its application in specific contexts.
B1.2 – Mastery of the Subjunctive Mood and all its structures
B1.2 – Class 57Masterclass: Review – Advanced inking wordsThe student understands the logical relationships that the connectors of the sentences allow.
B1.2 – Class 58Subjunctive Imperfect – all usages related to Subjunctive PresentThe student knows the structures that trigger the Imperfect Subjunctive and applies it to express subjective ideas in the past.
B1.2 – Class 59Imperfect clauses:

Structure: If I did, I would…

The student expresses hypothetical ideas.
B1.2 – Class 60Subjunctive PerfectRecognizes the usage and structures that allow the use of the Present Perfect Subjunctive, in wishes about a past that is related to the present.
B1.2 – Class 61Subjunctive Pluperfect (Past Perfect)Applies the uses of the Pluperfect Subjunctive to express ideas about a past that could have been but wasn’t.
B1.2 – Class 62Subjunctive timelineKnows and applies the conjugation and uses of the four tenses of the Subjunctive in Spanish.
B1.2 – Class 63Expressions in all the Subjunctive MoodKnows and uses the verbal structures, connectors, and other expressions that allow the use of tenses in the Subjunctive.
B1.2 – Class 64Hack – All tenses in SpanishUnderstands the functioning of Spanish verbal grammar in its different tenses and moods.
B1.3 – Analysis of higher forms of speech in Spanish
B1.3 – Class 65Masterclass: Review – Conditional clausesThe student can express all types of conditional sentences with the appropriate structure.
B1.3 – Class 66Total SubjunctiveThe student recognizes and can use all the basic structures of the subjunctive.
B1.3 – Class 67Subjunctive or IndicativeIs able to discern when an expression requires an indicative or subjunctive verb.
B1.3 – Class 68All connectors related to SubjunctiveThe student knows the linking words that allow the use of any subjunctive.
B1.3 – Class 69OpinionsKnows structures to give deep opinions about different topics.
B1.3 – Class 70PeriphrasisUses a common longer phrasing in place of a possible shorter form of expression.
B1.3 – Class 71Reported speech – IndicativeThe student can tell properly what other people said.
B1.3 – Class 72Reported speech – Imperative & SubjunctiveThe student can tell properly what other people ordered, whished, required, suggested, recommended, etc.
B2 Consolidation of the Spanish grammar rules
B2 – Class 73Masterclass: review – All tensesThe student manages Spanish tenses and can state the most important regular and irregular verbs within the structure of the tense chart.
B2 – Class 74Logic sequences Indicative + SubjunctiveThe student knows which tenses require a specific subjunctive due to their logical temporal relationships.
B2 – Class 75“Haber” in all tensesThe student expresses existence in all tenses: simple and compound.
B2 – Class 76Affective expressions in all tensesThe student can express their emotions about things in any tense.
B2 – Class 77Impersonal expressions (Se)The student knows how to speak impersonally about certain situations like services, recommendations, etc.
B2 – Class 78Subjunctive + SubjunctiveThe student can create complex expression structures with the subjunctive.
B2 – Class 79Combination of pronounsThe student knows all the possibilities when combining pronouns, like Reflexive + Direct, Indirect + Direct, and Reflexive + Indirect
B2 – Class 80Advance combination of PronounsThe student is able to express unwillingness with the structure: Reflexive + Indirect
B2 – Class 81Imperative + pronouns ReviewThe student can give an order using the correct pronouns depending on the context.
B2 – Class 82Relative PronounsIs able to use the Relative pronouns properly.