Grama-Exprés course levels and content

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Grama-Exprés 1 units (A1.1)

  1. Personal information
    • Let’s talk: Hosts wanted
    • Take note: Personal information
  2. Noun gender: masculine and feminine
    • Let’s talk: Workmates
    • Take note: Noun gender: masculine and feminine
  3. Number: singular and plural
    • Let’s talk: What’s in your backpack?
    • Take note: Number: singular and plural
  4. Physical description: ser [to be], tener [to have], llevar [to wear]
    • Let’s talk: Your family is…
    • Take note: Physical description: ser [to be], tener [to have], llevar [to wear]
  5. Comparison
    • Let’s talk: Better looking than I
    • Take note: Comparison
  6. Ser and estar [two forms of ‘to be’]
    • Let’s talk: These are my girlfriends
    • Take note: Ser and estar [two forms of ‘to be’]
  7. Conjunctions: y [and], o [or], pero [but], porque [because], es que
    • Let’s talk: Can you help me?
    • Take note: Y [and], o [or], pero [but], porque [because], es que
  8. The interrogative adverbs What? Which? How many?
    • Let’s talk: E Day
    • Take note: The interrogative adverbs What? Which? How many?
  9. Daily routine and habits expressions
    • Let’s talk: Trip to Córdoba
    • Take note: Daily routine and habits expressions

Grama-Exprés 2 units (A1.2)

  1. Hay [there is/are] or está/están [is/are]?
    • Let’s talk: A solid, attractive home at a good price
    • Take note: Hay[there is/are] or está/están [is/are]?
  2. Ask for and give directions
    • Let’s talk: Is the post office close by?
    • Take note: Ask for and give directions
  3. Place-related prepositions
    • Let’s talk: New apartment, new furniture
    • Take note: Place-related prepositions
  4. Reflexive verbs used in everyday situations
    • Let’s talk: Wake-up coffee?
    • Take note: Reflexive verbs used in everyday situations
  5. Time-related prepositions
    • Let’s talk: Everybody to the gym!
    • Take note: Time-related prepositions
  6. Definite and indefinite articles
    • Let’s talk: I need a German teacher!
    • Take note: Definite and indefinite articles
  7. Pleasure-related expressions: gustar [like] and encantar [love]
    • Let’s talk: May I invite you to a concert?
    • Take note: Expressing taste: gustar [like] and encantar [love]
  8. Agreement/non-agreement
    • Let’s talk: Contestants in ‘Do we like the same things?’
    • Take note: Agreement/non-agreement
  9. Undetermined pronouns: algún, alguna [some], algo [something], alguien [someone]…
    • Let’s talk: Surprise! What is it?
    • Take note: Undetermined pronouns: algún, alguna [some], algo [something], alguien [someone]…