Spanish Exercises

The Spanish language is one of the most spoken languages with more than 500 million people in the world after English and Mandarin Chinese. Spanish is being spoken in a large number of countries on different continents, countries such as: Spain, United States, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Peru, etc. and with more than 35 million Spanish speakers in the United States. The Spanish language is increasingly important in today’s world. In Wiracocha Spanish School we are very impressed by the learning of our students, that is why we have created this section where the student can start and practice their Spanish language as an introduction to the main course they will learn at Wiracocha School. Do not forget to visit all our sections so you can learn the Spanish language better.   Learn spanish with exercises

A.- Basic Level

A1 (Beginners)

Level A1 of Spanish Language is aimed at students without knowledge of the language. The objective of this level is that you can interact in a simple way, ask and answer questions about yourself, about the place where you live, about the people you know and the things you have. In addition, you can make very simple statements about your immediate needs or very everyday topics. You can introduce yourself and others, ask and give basic personal information about your address, your belongings and the people you know.

A2 (Elementary)

At the end of the course in level A2 of Spanish Language, you can interact in simple and usual situations of everyday life (shops, banks, etc.). You will be able to describe in simple terms aspects of your past and your environment as well as issues related to your immediate needs. You will also be able to understand frequently used phrases and expressions related to areas that are especially relevant (basic information about yourself and your family, shopping, places of interest, occupations, etc.).

B.- Intermediate Level

B1 (Intermediate I)

When you finish level B1, you will be able to maintain an interaction and make yourself understood in a variety of situations; expose a problem, express your opinion, ask for clarifications, raise complaints; express yourself simply in the past and explain future events and plans. You will be able to understand the main points of clear texts and in standard language if they deal with issues that are familiar to you. In level B1 you can produce simple and coherent texts on topics that are familiar to you or in which you have a personal interest. You can describe experiences, events, desires and aspirations, as well as briefly justify your opinions or explain your plans.

B2 (Intermediate II)

The objective of level B2 is that at the end of the course you are able to explain and defend your opinions in a debate; expose the advantages and disadvantages of an issue, speculate on possible hypothetical situations; Talk naturally, fluently and effectively. Level B2 will allow you to understand the main ideas of complex texts that deal with both concrete and abstract topics that are within your field of expertise. You can interact with native speakers with a sufficient degree of fluency and naturalness.

C.- Advanced Level

C1 (Advanced I)

At the end of level C1, you will have a wide linguistic repertoire, which will allow you a fluid, wide and precise communication. You will be able to adapt to different registers, which will allow you to develop in all fields (social, academic, professional, cultural, etc.). In addition, at level C1 you can produce clear, well structured and detailed texts on topics of certain complexity, showing a correct use of the mechanisms of organization, articulation and cohesion of the text.

C2 (Advanced II)

At level C2, you will be able to easily understand virtually everything you hear or read. You will be able to reconstruct the information and arguments from various sources, whether in spoken or written language, and present them in a coherent and summarized manner. You can express yourself spontaneously, with great fluidity and precision which will allow you to differentiate small nuances of meaning