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Flamencordoba ArtStudio students



Academic Features

At Flamencordoba ArtStudio our Spanish courses are an additional feature of the flamenco training that our foreign students will benefit from. The Spanish classes represent a total immersion in Spanish and Andalusian culture. In this way, classes are planned according to the period of time requested by participants and the group’s initial linguistic level.

Three levels have been established: Beginners, intermediate and Spanish in the area of flamenco art for advanced students.





Lesson 1: – Greetings, names, the alphabet, asking for help, instructions in class, saying goodbye.

Lesson 2: – Countries and nationalities, languages spoken, asking for help, numbers (0-20).

Lesson 3: – Professions, places of work, Studies, Numbers (21-100), addresses, the telephone.

Lesson 4: – Greetings, introducing someone, correct way of addressing people.

Lesson 5: – Family, marital status, age, physical description of a person, colors, personality, identifying people.

Lesson 6: – Objects, numbers (101-10,000), coins and bills, shopping.

Lesson 7: – Small town or city, geographic location, numbers 10,001 and up.

Lesson 8: – Home, my bedroom, the furniture.

Lesson 9: – Public places, the time, the days of the week, store hours.

Lesson 10: – Sports and free time activities, personal likes and dislikes.

Lesson 11: – A normal day, daily routines and habits.

Lesson 12: – The weekend, sports and free time activities, household chores.

Lesson 13: – State of mind and body, parts of the body, illnesses, medicine and cures/treatments.

Lesson 14: – Talking on the phone, entertainment, invitations, dates or appointments.

Lesson 15: – Daily routine and habits, free time activities.


Lesson 1: – Personal pronouns, simple present, the verb llamarse (to name or call)

Lesson 2: – Present simple of the verb ser (to be) and hablar (to talk or speak), grammatical gender, interrogative forms.

Lesson 3: – Present simple singular: verbs trabajar (to work), estudiar (to study), vivir (to live)…interrogative forms, nouns, indefinite articles.

Lesson 4: – Definite articles, demonstrative pronouns, contracted article: al, informal and formal forms of you: tú – usted.

Lesson 5: – Grammatical number, possessive forms, adjective – noun agreement for gender and number, quantifiers.

Lesson 6: – Indefinite articles, adjectives and demonstrative pronouns, interrogative forms.

Lesson 7: – Prepositions and adverbs of place, some special uses of the verbs ser and estar, interrogative forms.

Lesson 8: – Prepositions, adverbs of place.

Lesson 9: – Un-uno (a, an, one), affirmative imperative form, prepositions: A, de, por (to, of, for).

Lesson 10: – Verbs gustar (to like) and encantar (to like very much, to love), forms and uses these verbs, prepositions: a, de, por (to, of, for).

Lesson 11: – Reflexive pronouns: me, te, se (myself, yourself, himself/herself/itself)

Lesson 12: – Reflexive pronouns: nos, os, se (ourselves, yourselves, themselves), expressing frequency.

Lesson 13: – Muy-mucho (very, much and many), verb doler (to hurt): forms and sintaxsis, present simple irregular verbs.

Lesson 14: – the verb querer (to want) + infinitive verb, the verb poder (can) + infinitive verb, irregular verbs present simple.

Lesson 15: – Past simple. Irregular verbs, regular verbs.



Lesson 1: – Spanish studies, varieties of Spanish.

Lesson 2: – Friends, love, adjectives to describe personality, ways of meeting people.

Lesson 3: – Vacation, Spain and Latin America, landforms, descriptive adjectives.

Lesson 4: – Meeting with people, relationships.

Lesson 5: – Personality, relationships, feelings, moods.

Lesson 6: – Wishes, parties, celebrations, social wishes, plans and projects.

Lesson 7: – Health, healthy living, sports and free time activities.

Lesson 8: – Famous quotes, messages.

Lesson 9: – Big cities, advantages and disadvantages, your ideal city.

Lesson 10: – Current events, anecdote, jokes.

Lesson 11: – Free time, free time activities, movies, film genre, salsa

Lesson 12: – Interculturalidad (communication and interaction between people and groups

from specific cultures where they are all equal; enriching dialogue , integration and coexistence), gestures, customs and mannerisms, social norms and standards.


Lesson 1: – The verb llevar (have been) +a certain amount of time+ gerund, dárselo bien/mal algo a alguien (to be good at something), time markers: many days, once…., imperfect tense, desde + que (since). + conjugated verb.

Lesson 2: – reciprocal verbs, imperfect tense, linking words: cuando (when), luego (therefore), después (after), entonces (then), estar (to be) + gerund.

Lesson 3: – Present perfect tense, Past simple tense, relative superlative, interrogative form: que (what), cual (which)…prepositions + interrogative form.

Lesson 4: – Past perfect tense, dentro de (how soon?, in) + amount of time, exclamatory sentences, verbs with prepositions: alegrarse (be/make happy), tener ganas (to feel like).

Lesson 5: – Quantifiers, caer bien/mal (to be liked), parecerse a (to be/look like) someone, me da miedo (to be afraid of), me preocupa (to be worried about), no soporto (I can’t stand) + a noun, me pongo (to get) nervous, me enfado (to get angry).

Lesson 6: – Present subjunctive tense, desear/querer/esperar (to wish/want/hope) that + present subjunctive tense, future simple, time clauses using the subjunctive tense, cuando/en cuanto (when/whenever/as soon as) + present subjunctive tense + future simple.

Lesson 7: – Affirmative and negative command forms, simple conditional tense, dejar de (to stop) + infinitive verb, seguir/contiuar (to continue/keep on doing something) + gerund

Lesson. 8: – Indirect form: dijo que (someone said that) + indicative tense, ha preguntado si (someone asked if) + indicative tense, pronoun changes, references to time and space….,dile/dígale (to tell/ask someone) to please…..

Lesson 9: – Expressing impersonal voice, creo/pienso/opino (to believe/think/feel) that…, conditional tense, linking words: pero (but), sin embargo (nevertheless), además (in addition to).

Lesson 10: – Past simple tense, imperfect tense, past simple tense, past perfect, imperfect tense of the verb estar (to be) + gerund.

Lesson 11: – Present subjunctive tense, lo que (what) + present subjunctive tense, como/cuando/a donde (if/when/where/wherever) + present subjunctive tens e, uses of ser-estar (to be): when describing and evaluating.

Lesson 12: – Certain uses of se (himself/herself/itself/themselves), impersonal tu (you), es lógico/natural…quel (it’s logical/natural…that) + present subjunctive tense, me sorprendo/llama la atención (I am surprised by, it strikes me as odd that) +que + present subjunctive tense, me gusta/encanta (I like/love) + present subjunctive tense.

Spanish in the area of flamenco art (Advanced level)

Review of typical terminology and argot used in flamenco art.

A walk through oral expressions used in flamenco art enabling students to speak quite fluently in situations related to their academic and professional activities: classes, rehearsals, on stage…


“Recursos en la red: Flamencopolis

“Flamenco de la A a la Z” by Faustino Núñez y José Manuel Gamboa.

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