Spanish is spoken by at least an estimated 350 million people around the world and is currently the 4th most commonly spoken language worldwide. Geographically, a large number of countries have Spanish as a dominant language: Spain, the United States, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Equatorial Guinea, the Philippines, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama, Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Knowing Spanish opens the door for you to communicate with 1/3 of a billion speakers worldwide!
Spanish programs are offered throughout the year with courses in Sunny Day at the six levels of language proficiency specified by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (A1-C2).
Programs can be taken individually or in group. With the beginning of each new program, students will progress by one proficiency level (for example, from A1 to A2). Students can also enroll in multiple programs in order to complete a full year of study.
The programs emphasize hand-in-hand training of language and culture supported by an experienced team of teaching professionals and aided by small class sizes. And numerous extra-curricular activities designed to increase the student’s contact with Spanish life and culture are available at extra cost.
Sunny Day provides a friendly, international setting for Spanish language studies, providing students with quality teaching, resourceful materials and professional service.
a.Quick Start Spanish Course西班牙語速成班
It is a quick start program for those who are going to travel to Spanish speaking countries. In this course, we will try to cover the following topics as many as possible in order to help students to survive in those countries.
Total Hours: 40
Duration of each Lesson: 2 hours
Suggested Frequency: Once a week
The Quick Start Spanish courses focus on Spanish language and culture and are available in formats of two weeks to up to two months. The program offers a choice between 2 to 20 hours of classes per week.
A language level test on the first day of class guarantees that each student is placed in the course most appropriate to their proficiency level.
Upon course completion, program participants will receive a certificate for the level completed. Students who wish to continue their studies can pass on to a subsequent program at the next language level (in some cases, the next available course will be of longer duration than the previously completed course).