Level 4: Object Pronouns, Future Tense and Verb Haber

140 reviews

If you are comfortable using pretérito perfecto and pretérito imperfecto tenses, you should register for Level 4.

In this course, you will work deeply on direct object and indirect object pronouns as you expand your vocabulary, review the past tenses, and work on the future tense. You will also learn the compound tenses, read stories that will be discussed in class, and write challenging assignments.


Please note that, in order to register for this course, you should have scored at least 16 points on our Online Placement Test.

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Level 4 (Code OL-1021C)

2021-10-21 - 2022-01-13
Thu 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM CT

Level 4 (Code OL-1108E)

2021-11-08 - 2022-01-17
Mon 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM CT

Level 4 (Code OL-1109C)

2021-11-09 - 2022-01-18
Tue 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CT

Level 4 (Code OL-1113G)

2021-11-13 - 2022-02-05
Sat 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM CT

Level 4 (Code OL-1123C)

2021-11-23 - 2022-02-01
Tue 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM CT

Level 4 (Code OL-1207E)

2021-12-07 - 2022-02-15
Tue 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CT

Level 4 (Code OL-0110C)

2022-01-10 - 2022-03-14
Mon 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM CT

Level 4 (Code OL-0111E)

2022-01-11 - 2022-03-15
Tue 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM CT

Student Reviews

  Joann Stanga | Online | 5/20/2020
The level 4 course was a perfect mix of conversation and grammar. We started every class with casual conversation with support from our instructor. There was always a brief grammar review before new grammar was introduced. The class was comfortable and supportive.

  Millen Katz | Online | 5/15/2020
On line platform was adequate. At times the internet slowed but that is to be expected. Quality of material and instruction was excellent.

  Suzi Kaplan | New York | 4/28/2020
It was a delight to meet with Nicolas and classmates every Monday night at 530 for level 4. Nicolas has a kind yet instructive style. He moves around the class to include everyone in sharing. He is so patient. I enjoyed getting a grip on direct and indirect objects, future tense and use of Haber, pedir vs preguntar, review of por/para etc. Unfortunately early on we had to move to an online platform which was an unavoidable compromise. At times we couldn’t hear Nicolas but then he’d become unfrozen with the BlueJeans platform. I would have liked more reading assignments and in general more practice on each topic (which I shared).

  William | New York | 4/28/2020
I completely understand that, due to COVID-19, the class had to move to an online format. However, I prefer classroom lessons when possible.

  Anonymous | Chicago | 4/18/2020
I thought the course was great. It was very helpful and Juan Carlos did a great job adapting to changing circumstances with COVID-19. I felt challenged in a positive way and that he enjoyed working with us and supporting us as we learned.

  Anonymous | Chicago | 4/3/2020
This course provided an excellent review of simple verb tenses covered in Levels 1-3 and the introduction of compound tenses, direct object and indirect object pronouns and their uses. The in-class review of the prior week's homework and opportunities to practice the new grammatical forms in context were consistently and masterfully guided by our instructor. Andres is extremely skilled in his ability to see what we don't understand or remember and his ability to clarify it in new ways is extremely deep -- to say nothing of his patience and kindness. Looking forward to the next Level.

  Anonymous | New York | 3/20/2020
These courses are laid out very well and take you through basic knowledge of verb conjugations and vocabulary. Mostly concentrated on verb conjugations and sentence structure. Level 4 is tough, but really good to know. I suggest that as a beginner after you finish this level, you try to absorb all the information and go to conversation class rather than level 5, as that level is intensive. Level 4 is a lot of info but as overwhelming as it was, if you have a good instructor, you will make it through. I have enjoyed these classes and I am looking forward to becoming more fluent over time. For 10 weeks, you get 1.5 hours a week in person, and that's pretty good for the price. If you're contemplating, just try it. It's worth it. The only drawback is with full classes as they allow up to 15 in the levels. That can be bit much and doesn't leave you much time to talk. So when they're smaller, it's nicer. Also, the support from Victor at the school, if you have any questions or issues, is great. He is very helpful!

  Andra Mae Johnson | New York | 3/14/2020
This particular course was extremely difficult for me. There was a lot of information packed into the lessons that I didn’t pick up on as quickly as the others. That being said, I love Julia’s teaching style. She is patient and encouraging. She has exercises and tricks up her sleeve that help you practice the lessons in a lot of different ways. I will definitely be taking level 5 with her in the future!