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Our Spanish Language tutors provide online tuition and home tuition in Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Rawalpindi, and online anywhere across the world.  They prepare you for DELE. Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE- Diploma de EspañolcomoLenguaExtranjera) is an official title certifying the degree of competence in the Spanish language. The diploma is granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport after conducting an exam through The Instituto Cervantes and the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain. The diploma consists of 6 independent levels in accordance with the Common European Framework of References for languages, and our Spanish language tutors prepare you for each one of the levels.

Spanish Language Online Course Details:

The DELE A1 exam is made up of different parts organized into two groups:

Group 1 (reading and writing skills): Reading comprehension (45 minutes, 4 tasks) and written expression (25 minutes, 2 tasks)

Group 2 (oral skills): Listening comprehension (20 minutes, 4 tasks) and oral expression (15 minutes)

The maximum possible score is 100 points. A minimum score of 30 in each group is necessary to receive an overall “passing” grade. The final grade is either PASS or FAIL.

A1 60 hours from Beginner level Elementary user level- validates basic knowledge of the language and a “survival” level for daily life in an environment where the language is spoken.
A2 160 hours from Beginner level   (100 hours from A1)
B1 310 hours from Beginner level   (150 hours from A2) Independent user level- confirms a good knowledge of the language and the ability to communicate verbally and in writing covering a wide range of topics.
B2 490 hours from Beginner level   (180 hours from B1)
C1 690 hours from Beginner level   (200 hours from B2) Proficient user level- validates fluent and spontaneous communication skills at the highest level and includes specialized topics.
C2 890 hours from Beginner level   (200 hours from C1)

Sections: Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking

Coaching Material:

  • Aula Series, DIFUSIÓN, Centro de Investigación y Publicaciones de Idiomas S. L., Ed. 2012
  • Aula Virtual de Español (AVE), Instituto Cervantes
  • Mi Vida Loca©, BBC Languages
  • Berlitz Rush Hour Spanish

(Audio, video, and text material)

Coaching Options: Online tutoring

Spanish Language Tutors’ Profile: Our Spanish language tutors are professionals with years of experience teaching the Spanish language to students aspiring to take admission to a Spanish university, or planning to move to a Spanish-speaking country for business or immigration.

Duration: 8-12 Weeks/Depends upon student’s learning capability

Coaching Levels

Competency expected to achieve Topics Covered
·         Understand and use familiar everyday expressions and basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of everyday needs
·         Introduce oneself and others, ask and answer questions about personal details such as where one lives, people he/she knows and things he/she possesses
·         Interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help·         Communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.


·         Describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.


·         Produce very simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest.


• How to greet people and how to introduce yourself

• How to talk about objects, people and places

• How to talk about your likes and dislikes

•How to agree or disagree with someone

• How to ask and tell the time

• Essential colloquial expressions from Spain




• Salutations and farewells (hellos& goodbyes)

• Numbers from 1 – 100

•Nationalities and professions

•Days of the week, months of the year




• Subject pronouns

•Verbs belonging to the first group: hablar,  llamar

•Verbs : ser and estar

•Indefinite articles (un / una) and definite articles (el / la / los / las)

• How to differentiate between masculine/ feminine

•Using the verb ‘faire’

• How to use adjectives and the position of adjectives in a sentence

• Forming plural of nouns




•How to pronounce the alphabets (consonants and vowels)

•Accents used in Spanish

•The pronunciations of Spanish letter[ñ]

• How to pronounce words in plural




• Saying hello and goodbye the Spanish way

• The difference between Tu and Usted (formal vs. informal)

•Tapas Culture in Spain

• About week-ends in France

• About Spanishcinema (Film and TV)

Competency expected to achieve Topics Covered
·         Understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.
·         Deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken.·         Interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without much problem.


·         Produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a familiar topic.


• How to ask for and give directions

• How to express probabilityand obligation

• How to ask about the weather and talk about seasons

•How to ask someone their opinion

• How to carry on a telephonic conversation

• How to suggest something and how to advise someone

• How to wish people on different occasions



• To talk about your family

•Expressions of time

•About railway stations and trains

• About airports and airplanes

•Ordinal numbers

•Vocab borrowed from English

•False friends



• Negation and its types

• Interrogation and its types

•Imperative sentences and imperative negative sentences

• Conjugation of verbs ending in –ar

• Conjugation of verbs ending in –er

• Conjugation of verbs ending in –ir

• The prepositions used with dates, months and years

•The prepositions used to give directions

• Possessive and Demonstrative Adjectives

• Prepositions



• How to form interrogation using the tone

• How to use exclamatory sentences

• The Spanish letter < j >

• Homonyms



• About the family system in Spanish

•The terms used to address family members

•About Spanishfood and cuisine

•Festivals in Spain (la tomatina, Las Fallas Festival, Semana Santa)

• About Andalusia

Competency expected to achieve Topics Covered
·         Understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts and recognize implicit meaning.

Understand with ease virtually everything heard or read.


·         Understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialization.


• How to address people in a workplace

• How to say you are not feeling well

• How to propose a toast before a meal or a drink

• How to give public talks (the Spanish ethic of public speaking)

• How to comment on a meal

• What to say at the dining table

• What to say when you are not fully sure of something

• Advanced colloquial expressions from Spain and Mexico


• Advanced dictionary of modern Spanish

• About meals in Spain and various food items

• Travel expressions

• Spanish vocabulary used on social media

• Field and profession-specific vocabulary


•To write negative sentences in the past tense

•To ask questions in the past tense

•How to use expressions of quantity

• Hay

• The use of tenerque, hay que

• Past tense

• Future tense

• Reflexive Verbs

• The Genitive Case


• How to pronounce tous differently

•The pronunciation of tout / toute

• How to pronounce words with the sound [w]

•How to pronounce exclamatory phrases


•About the daily life of the French in detail

•About Paris: “the city of lights”

• About the museums of Paris

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