If you are already familiar with the present tense, can introduce yourself, talk a little bit about yourself, ask other people about themselves, and you know some basic vocabulary (family, parts of the body, and some everyday objects), you are ready for Level 2.
In this level, you will work on the past tense (it's called pretérito perfecto). You will improve your descriptive vocabulary as you learn how to tell stories of what you or other people did in the past.
To take this level, you should have scored at least 6 points on our Online Placement Test and/or completed the Beginners Level.
In this lesson, you will review the present tense conjugation for ser, estar, tener, ir, hacer, and regular verbs ending in -ar, -er, and -ir. You will also learn some descriptive vocabulary you can use with ser and estar.
In this lesson, you will review the descriptive vocab you learned in lesson 1, and you will learn comparatives and superlatives and how to conjugate verbs ir and hacer in the pretérito perfecto tense.
In this lesson, you will review comparatives and superlatives and you will learn how to conjugate both regular and some important irregular verbs in the past tense.
In this lesson, you will practice the past tense by asking and answering questions. You will also learn how to use antes de and después de.
In this lesson, you will learn demonstrative adjectives, and you will learn how to use common two-verb constructions both in the present and past tense.
In this lesson, you will review and practice the past tense and two-verb constructions, and you'll learn to count up to 1 million!
In this lesson, you will learn how to talk about the weather, how to conjugate the present progressive, and how to use reflexive verbs in the past tense.
In this lesson, you will learn how to conjugate and use verbs conocer and saber. You will also review the present progressive and the weather.
In this lesson, you will review all the material taught in lessons 1-8. Feel free to ask as many questions as you want!
After this lesson, you will receive an exam to test your knowledge.
In this lesson, you will practice with your instructor and your classmates all the material you've learned. You are now able to speak Spanish in the past tense. Congratulations!