Communicative focus Preferences about leisure activities; invitations and suggestions; wishes; dates; describing and evaluating films, TV programmes and other events; planning a holiday; information about cultural and leisure activities in a place; recounting past and present actions and circumstances; health problems related to lack of exercise; health conditions (symptoms of illness, warnings and recommendations). Grammar Verb apetecer; to propose, accept or reject; verb quedar; imperative; adverbs ending in -mente; articles with body parts; impersonal use with tú; conditional clauses: sí + present tense; relating ideas with connectors; percentages.
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
Language of instruction
After successful completion of the course, students can - make arrangements regarding meeting place/date/time and obtain information regarding arrival and departure, as long as these are linguistically brief and concise - greet colleagues/clients and exchange simple courtesies, e.g., respond to invitations and apologies - briefly introduce themselves in a text (job/family/hobbies) - describe an event and say what, when and where it took place. - In addition, they develop intercultural competence in contact with Russian-speaking/ Spanish-speaking partners.