Spanish 2 picks up where the first level leaves off, deepening your grasp of the fundamentals through new verb tenses and conjugations, an expanding vocabulary, and a broad range of other key parts of the language. By the end of Spanish 2, you'll have begun to make substantial inroads into becoming a more serious Spanish speaker, ideally preparing you for moving on to a more intermediate level.
You'll begin perfecting your verb conjugations in the very beginning, including both past-tense and important irregular verbs. From there, you'll continue to build upon the structures learned in Spanish 1, so that your journey through this second level leads to more complex and meaningful interactions in restaurants, travel agencies, stores, and with friends.
You'll buy clothing from boutique stores and a cell phone for your trip; you'll enjoy local cuisine at restaurants, and visit museums with friends. And as your ability to express location—along with giving and understanding directions—grows, you'll find yourself thoroughly prepared for navigating any Spanish-speaking city or neighborhood.
As with all Fluenz programs, these critical scenarios provide the setting through which your grasp of the language's fundamentals is steadily developed. By enhancing your ability with the central topics covered in the previous level (such as articles, pronouns, verbs, and genders), you'll solidify your foundation in the Spanish language. Meanwhile, the introduction of new structures and vocabulary (such as reflexive verbs, comparatives, and superlatives) combines with more serious responsibilities, such as going to the doctor and handling office tasks, preparing you to engage more seriously with the Spanish-speaking world.