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Level 5: Subjunctive, Conditional and Imperative

128 reviews

If you are confident speaking in the past, present and future tenses and have a wide vocabulary, you should take Level 5.

In this level, you will work hard on the subjunctive mood, the conditional structure, and the commands. You will learn how to approach complex sentences and you will be reading and writing at a relatively high complexity level.

Prerequisites:

Please note that, in order to register for this course, you should have scored at least 21 points on our Online Placement Test.

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Level 5 (Code OL-1019C)

2021-10-19 - 2021-12-21
Tue 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CT
$299
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Level 5 (Code OL-1021D)

2021-10-21 - 2022-01-13
Thu 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-1104G)

2021-11-04 - 2022-01-27
Thu 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-1116C)

2021-11-16 - 2022-01-25
Tue 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-1118C)

2021-11-18 - 2022-02-10
Thu 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-1129E)

2021-11-29 - 2022-02-07
Mon 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-1129H)

2021-11-29 - 2022-02-07
Mon 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-1204E)

2021-12-04 - 2022-02-19
Sat 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-1207C)

2021-12-07 - 2022-02-15
Tue 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-0111D)

2022-01-11 - 2022-03-15
Tue 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM CT
$299

Level 5 (Code OL-0113F)

2022-01-13 - 2022-03-17
Thu 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM CT
$299

Student Reviews


  Anonymous | New York | 5/9/2019
The material for this course was definitely difficult. It compromised of several verb tenses and was not easy. By the end however, I felt like I had a solid grasp of the material and I feel more confident in continuing my goal of learning Spanish.

  Cyndy Ware | New York | 5/8/2019
Nicholas is an amazing teacher! His genuine interest in people and their ideas inspires students to try to communicate en Español. My only question is why the many verb tenses covered in Level 5 are not spread out in Levels 4 and 5?

  James Derham | New York | 5/8/2019
I enjoyed the challenge of Level 5, having studied at Berges from Level 1 through to this level. However I do agree with other students' reviews, that the pacing of this final level feels quite rushed. There's a lot of new tenses to learn but also a huge chunk of verb conjugations to memorize.

  Marti Grayson | New York | 3/25/2019
this was a broad overview of remaining tenses- Subjunctive, Imperative, Conditional. It was a lot ot cover, but gives a baseline for further study. Nicolas is a fantastic teacher. Really emphasized key points and encouraged conversation.

  Ronda Belaichouche | New York | 3/25/2019
I love the method you guys use. It is explained clearly with good examples. It is presented in a coherent manner that makes sense as you acquire language skills. And Nicolas is a great teacher!

  Raymond | New York | 3/25/2019
I took the class from level 1 to 5. With different teachers. The teachers are great especially Nicolas whom I studied with during the last 3 levels. The comments are not about the teachers but more about the approach. In general I think it’s pretty good. Just some suggestions: 1. I suggest sending the answers of the homework to students before the next class so that we can correct ourselves and we can just spend time asking questions in the class instead of spending 1/3 or 1/2 of the class reading the answers. 2. Suggest the school can think about how to build the vocabulary of the students as they progress through levels, as I found my vocab was not large enough to support my conversation even I was at level 5 and we had covered all the grammars. 3. Maybe can include some listening comprehension homework by sending links to audio or video materials to students by emails and we can discuss about the materials in the next class, instead of just talking about what we did in the previous week.

  Jackie Neudorf | New York | 3/19/2019
I found the structure and pace of the course itself to be easy to follow and the right tempo—it felt like I was actually absorbing the grammatical lessons being taught.

  Manreet | New York | 2/7/2019
There is a LOT packed into Level 5 -- perhaps you want to break it into Levels 5 & 6?