Services for Students
Spanish is one of the officially recognized languages of the United Nations, the European Union, the Organization of American States, the African Union, and the Latin Union and has legal status in the North American Free Trade Agreement. It is the fourth most commonly spoken language in the world, Spanish is spoken in 20 different countries around the world including the UK, France, Andorra, Gibraltar, Germany and Switzerland. However, Mexico has the largest population of Spanish speakers. Spanish is one of the easiest foreign languages to learn. Written Spanish is almost completely phonetic, and much of its vocabulary is similar to that of English.
Realizing that Spanish is spoken in more than 21 countries, learning Spanish is a good choice and can open doors to numerous career opportunities. The largest Spanish investors in India are Cobra (engineering), the DuroFelguera Group (turnkey operations), Coinma (office furniture) and Agroalimen. Other Spanish companies that have a presence in India include Acciona (construction), Albertis (infrastructure), Aldeasa (duty-free airport shops), Banco Sadabell, BBVA (bank), Cintra (toll road operator), Mondragón (a corporate cooperative in the Basque Country), Corte Ingles (retailing), Garrigues (law firm), Pascual Group (food), Keraben (ceramics), Mango (textiles), Mapfre Group (insurance), Taurus (home appliances) and Union Fenosa (electric power).
The General Spanish language course is for adults who want to sharpen their speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities in Spanish.
Junior Spanish language course is for kids, ages 8 to 12 and teenagers ages 13 to 18 who want to learn the Spanish language.
One-to-one Japanese lessons are for corporate & businesses who want to get skilled in the Japanese language quickly.
This course is for professionals who want to study Japanese in a specific area, such as nursing, law, aviation, hospitality etc.
This course is for students who want to prepare for Japanese proficiency tests to improve job prospects or gain admission into a university.
Teacher Training in Japanese language programs is for those who want to make their career in the teaching line. Learn and get trained to teach the Japanese language.
This program is for students who want to graduate in the Japanese Language. All bachelor, master, & doctoral programs are available in this segment.
Speciality Japanese course is for those who want to learn Japanese and participate in activities, such as travel, sports, arts, food, culture, and more.
This course includes Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing all the 3 kinds of Japanese script i.e., Hiragana, Katakana and 50 basic Kanji (Chinese characters). This is the beginner’s level where the learner learns to read and understand typical expressions and sentences that cover daily life conversation in Japanese. The training is aided by the course material (Course books, Handouts, flashcards, audio CDs etc.). Besides, the learner can listen and comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations and can grasp necessary information from short conversations spoken slowly. He/she can frame most of the basic sentences in Japanese.
This course is the continuation of Level 1 and focuses on the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N4. Its syllabus covers the grammar, 150 kanji and 800 words of vocabulary for the preparation of JLPT N4. On reaching this level, the learner can read and understand passages on familiar daily topics written in basic vocabulary and kanji. Besides, he/she will be capable to listen and comprehend conversations encountered in daily life and generally following their contents, provided that they are spoken slowly. The students are capable of reading, writing & conversing in Basic Japanese.
Upon completion of this level, the students will be able to read and understand written materials with specific contents concerning daily topics and also be in a position to grasp summary information such as newspaper headlines. Additionally, they will be able to read slightly difficult writings encountered in everyday situations. Besides, they can aptly listen and comprehend coherent conversations in everyday situations and follow their contents. In this course, 300 Kanjis and 1500 words of vocabulary are taught, which allows the students to converse with the Japanese nationals about their life, work, likings or dislikes using polite expressions. They are capable of exchanging information on Japan and India. This course is sufficient to start a job in a Japanese MNC.
Level 4 (Equivalent to N2 Level of JLPT):
After this level, one can read and comprehend the contents written clearly on a variety of topics like articles, newspaper commentaries, magazines, and simple critiques as well as on general topics and follow their narratives. The student can also capably comprehend orally presented materials such as coherent conversations and news reports, spoken at nearly natural speed in different everyday situations.This course is for those who wish to pass JLPT N2 in a single attempt. The studies are divided into similar sections as they are divided in JLPT, which are as follows:MOJI-GOI (Vocabulary) – Study material includes lists of sentences on grammar components and books on vocabulary & Kanji. DOKKEN (Comprehension) – DOKKAI, the most difficult section of the JLPT examination, is taught through the technique of speed reading.CHOUKAI (Listening) – A comprehensive module of CDs, advanced techniques to understand and learn conversational expressions are provided with mock training that enables the students to understand and answer the questions at once.BUNPO (Grammar) – Japanese being based on Hindi is taught with the help of translational and conversational examples in both Hindi and Japanese.
Level 5 (Equivalent to N1 Level of JLPT):
This course is for those who wish to clear JLPT N1. At the end of this level, the learner becomes proficient to read writings with logical complexity and/or abstract writings on a variety of topics, such as newspaper editorials and critiques, and comprehends both their structures and contents. One is also able to read written materials with profound content on various topics and follow their narratives as well as understand the intent of the writers comprehensively. The learner easily comprehends orally presented materials such as coherent conversations, news reports, and lectures, speaks at natural speed in a broad variety of settings, and can follow their ideas and comprehend their contents comprehensively. He/she becomes adept to understand the details of the presented materials such as the relationships among the people; involved in the logical structures and the essential points.The studies are divided into similar sections as they are divided in JLPT, which is as follows: MOJI-GOI (Vocabulary) – Study material includes lists of sentences on grammar components and books on vocabulary & Kanji. DOKKEN (Comprehension) – DOKKAI, the most difficult section of the JLPT examination, is taught through the technique of speed reading.CHOUKAI (Listening) – A comprehensive module of CDs, advanced techniques to understand and learn conversational expressions are provided with mock training that enables the students to understand and answer the questions at once. BUNPO (Grammar) – Japanese being based on Hindi is taught with the help of translational and conversational examples in both Hindi and Japanese.
For more information regarding our Spanish Language Courses or language counselling, please.
There are so many questions that come up about curricula, especially when you are looking to have yourself learn a foreign language. Most people don’t speak the language they want to learn, and even if they do, they might not know it perfectly. So, if you are feeling overwhelmed with all the curricula options, we are here to help take one subject off your plate—Spanish. Still on the fence about whether Spanish is the best language for you? Learn why Spanish is crucial in our increasingly connected world.
Before we move on to discuss perfect Spanish learning, let’s talk about how you learn a language. It’s not just memorising words and phrases; learning a language is learning a new way to think, express yourself, and look at the world. To accomplish this, exposure and repetition. For example, If you have kids, think about how they learned to talk—did you teach them a list of words and have them memorise it? Did you expect them to be fluent in a year? Were they able to speak immediately?
The truth is, the best way to learn a language is as close as possible to the way we naturally learned our native tongue. How do you do that?
The most important aspects of language learning are exposure and relating vocabulary to images or objects. It’s not helpful to relate new words to English words. Think of it this way, if you always relate a new Spanish word to its English equivalent, you will only be training yourself to translate everything in your head instead of learning to speak Spanish naturally. You would be better off creating new relationships between the Spanish words and the objects or ideas. One easy way to do this is by labelling things in your house with the Spanish word.
At CEA India Overseas, we have developed curricula that our native-speaking teachers use in each class. The curriculum uses images to relate each new vocabulary word and phrase to a real-life situation. Many of our teachers also use physical objects in class and encourage their students to as well. This combination of images in the curriculum and physical objects in the virtual classroom helps the students avoid translation as it directly creates a relationship between the Spanish word and the object.
When we first started learning the native tongue, did we immediately start talking? No, of course not. Multiple areas of language learning and fluency exist. We learn to understand a language before learning to respond. As we said before, we want to teach Spanish in a similar way to how we naturally learn a language. Therefore, the first step towards fluency is exposure and auditory comprehension.
All our teachers are native Spanish speakers, and they make conversation a priority in each class. While you may not be able to reproduce the teacher’s questions and comments or respond to them right away, they are developing auditory comprehension, just as they did as a baby learning their first language.
If you can read and write, our curricula also combine this auditory comprehension with written practice, so you grow in all areas of language learning—reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
How many times can you have to teach a child the colours before he could remember them all? Did he remember everything the first time? Of course not. When learning a new language, we are building new pathways in our brain, which takes time and dedication, or repetition. A lot of other curricula, especially the ones used in school settings, move too fast and don’t take the time to reinforce learned vocabulary.
CEA India Overseas curricula apply learned vocabulary in your online classes to make sure you remember what you learned and can use it. Furthermore, the teacher always starts the class with some quick conversation and pointed questions to review and reinforce previous lessons. Instead of learning one topic and moving on, our curricula build upon themselves, deepening those pathways in your brain until speaking Spanish becomes second nature.
While finding pieces of clothing that are “one size fits all” is usually convenient, it doesn’t apply very well to learning a language. As a child grows up, they learn differently, and the Spanish curriculum must reflect that. That is why we have all the following programs:
Each program is specifically designed for the student’s age mind and needs. For example, the program of preparation and transition, and our curriculum take that into mind. While addressing Spanish grammar topics head-on, it still goes at a slower pace to make sure students are truly learning. It’s like an introduction to a high school-level course, which is what those middle school years are all about.
While we offer different courses for each level, every student is unique and may need something tailored specifically to their learning needs. You don’t usually get the opportunity to adjust courses in many classroom settings, but our curriculum can be altered as needed.If you need to just review certain parts of the curriculum because they have already mastered some topics, our teachers can start them right at the appropriate lesson, so they aren’t bored with the classes. On the other hand, if you need more time to review a tricky topic, our teachers take the time to get extra review materials and make sure you master each lesson.
All of our Spanish curricula have homework, quizzes, and tests built into the programs, but you can opt-out of those and do a freestyle course of study. Keep in mind that, you will need to comply with all parts of the curriculum. Some students would like to focus more on conversational Spanish, while others already speak fluently but need help with their written Spanish. Either way, our teachers can accommodate and adjust the curriculum for your needs. Additionally, we have worked with numerous students that have learning disabilities. Just let your teacher know and they will accommodate accordingly. We are here to make learning Spanish easy for you!
We are a team of foreign languages, International Exam Preparation, and study abroad enthusiasts building the best training according to your need and desire. Our aim is to take the agony out of planning your course immersion experience.
About Us | Our Team | Our Vision | FAQs | Career With Us
English | French | Spanish | German | Japanese
Study In Australia | Study In New Zealand | Study in Europe | Study In The UK | Study In Ireland |Japanese
IELTS | GRE | GMAT | SAT | PTE | OET | TOEFL | EFL 1 | EFL 2 | CELPIP | Interview Skills | Spoken English | VOICE & ACCENT
Counselling | Test Preparation | Course, Country & University Selection | Applications & Admission | Scholarships | Internship | Education Loan | Visa Processing | Auxiliary Support |
Drop Us a Line
Call Us Now!
Metro Pillar Number 36, Vikas Marg, Veer Savarkar Block, Block U, Shakarpur Khas, Delhi, 110092