Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world, and the most spoken language in the Americas. It’s the official (or co-official) language in Spain, most countries in Central and South America, and several Caribbean countries too. It’s a useful language to know when doing business with Spanish or Latin American firms, and a great way to strengthen your CV and improve your career prospects.
In this course the students are going to be introduced to Spanish language and really basic expressions, alphabets and grammar. Students shall learn the Beginner level everyday expressions in Spanish language with uses of grammar and verbs. they will start understanding the sound and may introduce themselves with very basic expressions. By the top of this level, students can understand and use familiar everyday
These levels allow the students to start out communicating in Spanish, enhancing their ability to answer questions, and use their communicative strategies to take care of conversations or general matters and write letters and essays on general aspects of life (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).
Spanish has a minimum of 3 million native speakers in each of 44 countries, making it the fourth most generally speech behind English (112 countries), French (60) and Arabic (57). Spanish is one among the six official languages of the United Nations . it’s also used as a politician language by the ecu Union, the Organization of yank States, the Union of South American Nations, the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, and by many other international organizations. Spanish can be classified further as a Romance language, a group that includes French, Portuguese, Italian, Catalan and Romanian.