Online Spanish
Classes for All Levels

We’re here to help you figure out where you are on your Spanish journey and where you want to be.

Online Spanish
Classes for All Levels

We’re here to help you figure out where you are on your Spanish journey and where you want to be.



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Los niños                          cansados.
están
estén
está
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Nosotros                         por veinte minutos cada mañana.
caminamos
caminan
camina
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Diana                          ocho horas todos los días.
duermo
dorme
duerme
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4
Gabriel                          tres perros en su casa.
tenes
tiene
tienes
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Yo                          en esa compañía hace cinco años.
trabajaste
trabajó
trabajé
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Anoche Pedro                         muchas hamburguesas.
comió
comí
comimos
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Mi vecino                          su casa hace quince años.
construye
construiste
construyó
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A mí                                           visitar a mis abuelos.
me gusto
me gusta
me gustan
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Yo                                           los dientes tres veces al día.
se lavo
nos lavo
me lavo
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Ellos                                           cada noche antes de dormir.
se bañan
nos bañan
te bañas
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Todos los fines de semana nosotros                          en el mismo restaurante.
comimos
comían
comíamos
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Mi antigua casa                          ventanas muy grandes.
tuvo
tenía
tenían
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El próximo año Carlos                          un auto nuevo.
comprará
comprarás
compraré
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En caso de tener mucho dinero, Diego                          una casa nueva.
comprarías
compraría
comprará
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Nosotros                          cinco gatos en caso de que mi madre lo permita.
tendríamos
tendrían
tendrías
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1) Los niños                          cansados. You:

2) Nosotros                         por veinte minutos cada mañana. You:

3) Diana                          ocho horas todos los días. You:

4) Gabriel                          tres perros en su casa. You:

5) Yo                          en esa compañía hace cinco años. You:

6) Anoche Pedro                         muchas hamburguesas. You:

7) Mi vecino                          su casa hace quince años. You:

8) A mí                                           visitar a mis abuelos. You:

9) Yo                                           los dientes tres veces al día. You:

10) Ellos                                           cada noche antes de dormir. You:

11) Todos los fines de semana nosotros                          en el mismo restaurante. You:

12) Mi antigua casa                          ventanas muy grandes. You:

13) El próximo año Carlos                          un auto nuevo. You:

14) En caso de tener mucho dinero, Diego                          una casa nueva. You:

15) Nosotros                          cinco gatos en caso de que mi madre lo permita. You:

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1) Los niños                          cansados. You:

2) Nosotros                         por veinte minutos cada mañana. You:

3) Diana                          ocho horas todos los días. You:

4) Gabriel                          tres perros en su casa. You:

5) Yo                          en esa compañía hace cinco años. You:

6) Anoche Pedro                         muchas hamburguesas. You:

7) Mi vecino                          su casa hace quince años. You:

8) A mí                                           visitar a mis abuelos. You:

9) Yo                                           los dientes tres veces al día. You:

10) Ellos                                           cada noche antes de dormir. You:

11) Todos los fines de semana nosotros                          en el mismo restaurante. You:

12) Mi antigua casa                          ventanas muy grandes. You:

13) El próximo año Carlos                          un auto nuevo. You:

14) En caso de tener mucho dinero, Diego                          una casa nueva. You:

15) Nosotros                          cinco gatos en caso de que mi madre lo permita. You:

Conversa’s Ten Levels

Want to know how far Conversa can take your Spanish-speaking skills? Here are our 10 Levels of Proficiency.

Level 0: Absolute Beginner

I am starting from zero. I do not speak or understand Spanish.

Level 1: Sub-Survival

I know some words (colors, days of the week, numbers, etc.). I can say hello and good-bye and I know some memorized expressions, but I can't form sentences because I don't have any real structure.

Level 2: Survival

I can get by as a tourist. I know a few verbs, and I can form some basic sentences. I can order a meal in a restaurant, get a room in a hotel and ask for directions. I'd say that I can survive, but not much more.

Level 3: Limited Conversational

I can handle quite a few common verbs in past-present-future, but there's a lot I can't say because my grammar and vocabulary are so limited. I can get involved in conversations, but I am often thrown because I don't understand what people are saying.

Level 4: Conversational

I've seen most of the verb tenses, but that doesn't mean I can use them all. I have a lot of confusion with "ser" and "estar", with the imperfect vs. the preterit, but I can hold a conversation, as long as it doesn't get too technical. When people are talking, I can usually get the drift.

Level 5: Limited Working

My grammar is fairly good. I can use most verb tenses, even a subjunctive now and then. When someone tells a joke in Spanish, I can usually follow it... right up to the punch line! At work, I go to meetings in Spanish and not only follow what's going on, but I participate as well. I could almost go through a regular workweek in Spanish.

Level 6: Working

I can express myself pretty well. I know all the verb tenses, including the subjunctive. I'm fairly good with the "with-verb pronouns" too... the "me los" and the "se los", and even an occasional "se me" or "se le". I need to work on some of the more advanced areas of grammar, but I can actually run a meeting and follow everything that goes on.

Level 7: Limited Professional

I still make mistakes, but with the Subjunctive or with more sophisticated areas of the grammar. Generally, my grammar is good, and my vocabulary is too. People know that I'm not a native speaker, but they often compliment me on my Spanish, especially when I use idioms or some nifty slang expressions. I may still make mistakes with the gender of nouns, but only sporadically. I enjoy speaking Spanish, and I feel good about my ability in the language.

Level 8: Professional

I speak confidently and don't even worry about getting the verb right, or about coming up with the right word or expression. I know it'll come out right just about every time. People occasionally take me for a native speaker of Spanish. I feel that I'm at a point where I can deal at a professional level. Once in a while, I miss a preposition or an obscure usage, but not that often. I'm especially proud of my ability to use the subjunctive tenses and a fairly sophisticated vocabulary.

Level 9: Near Native Speaker

I've been at it for a long time. Sometimes I even catch myself thinking in Spanish. I can get so involved with a given topic that I don't even remember which language I'm speaking. I'm often mistaken for a native speaker, and that makes me feel good... but I know my Spanish is not perfect just yet.

Level 10: Native Speaker

I'm an educated native speaker. I grew up speaking, writing, and reading the language and I studied it formally throughout grade school, middle and high school.
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