Communicative focus General Spanish: Interests and preferences; personal data exchange; holiday habits; products and prices; opinions; needs; sports habits; advice; buying food; ordering in restaurants. Spanish at Work: Greetings, introductions and goodbyes at work; company description; the characters of people in a company; professions, positions and functions; weather of a location; daily routine. Language focus The alphabet; sounds and their spellings; personal pronouns; nouns; demonstrative pronouns; numbers; adjectives; verbs interesar and gustar, interrogative pronouns, indicative present tense; expressing frequency; haber/estar/ser; tener que + infinitive; reasoning; expressing necessity; definite and indefinite articles; direct and indirect object pronouns; quantity; impersonal expression; negation; connectors.
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
Language of instruction
Exemplary for level A1: After successful completion of the course, students can: - understand questions and instructions on familiar topics with simple linguistic structures; - use simple, mostly isolated expressions about people, places and workplaces; - Understand the culture of the respective country/countries in order to successfully apply the principles in business situations