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.


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
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Level 5 (Code OL-1021D)

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

Level 5 (Code OL-1104G)

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

Level 5 (Code OL-1116C)

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

Level 5 (Code OL-1118C)

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

Level 5 (Code OL-1129E)

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

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

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

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

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

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

Student Reviews

  Nancy Chung | Online | 2/14/2021
We learned Subjunctive, conditional, imperative, active and passive voice in Level 5. I have been learning from Level 2 all the way to Level 5 in Berges all these months, no doubt Level 5 is the most challenging class! Too many materials have to be taught in 9 weeks then the test coming right after! Tons of homework to do every week! I came to Berges with very little Spanish background but I am surprised that I was able to be promoted to the next level after the exam each time! I have to admit that Berges did a really good job in training the instructors! The book we are using is easy to understand and homework provides good feedback to what we learned in class! We ( I can tell the other students like her too) love our instructor, Dennis Uribe! She is patience and knowledgeable and always makes sure her students understand the topic she covered before she moved to a new topic! I spent a lot of time in studying because no matter what level I was in, I can tell everyone in my class has much better Spanish background than me and I do not want to be too behind them! Last, I just want to say thank you to Berges institute, my intelligent instructor, Dennis and also the enthusiastic support team, Victor and Courtney, without your help and support, I will never be able to accomplish what I have today!

  Moe | Online | 2/14/2021
I think the content of the course is great and has so much that is worth learning. I think the workload should be a little more consistent from one week to the next

  Elaine Cheong | Online | 2/3/2021
Level 5 was intensive but enjoyable. I realized then it was only the start of my Spanish learning journey!

  Elle | Online | 2/3/2021
I loved the class and the emphasis on conversation- I think there should be an oral exam however

  Catherine | Online | 12/17/2020
The course was great and super engaging.

  Sylvia | Online | 12/13/2020
Overall I enjoyed the course and found it to be helpful in improving my grammar. I would have liked a few quizzes before the final exam to monitor my progress.

  Ray Hillen | Online | 11/25/2020
Prior to taking the class I read reviews of Level 5 suggesting it was challenging. I agree it was challenging but Ian's method of instruction coupled with the in class exercises and notes was extremely helpful. I highly recommend Ian!

  Tené Davis | Online | 11/24/2020
I enjoyed the course, but I learn better if the explanations are provided in English. I find that I understand the material better when it is explained in English and then practiced in Spanish. I find this especially true for the textbook as well. I’ve purchased supplemental materials because there are times when the textbook isn’t clear.