Stage 6 takes over from where Stage 5 leaves off, and leads students up to the end of their B1 studies. Along the way, they encounter another 450 new words and phrases. As regards grammar, the conditional is introduced early on, as is the imperfect subjunctive, thus enabling students to express both real and imagined conditional situations. Later in the stage, both indirect speech forms and the passive voice are covered. Stage 6 leaves learners equipped to use Spanish competently at intermediate level and face B1 Spanish language tests (such as DELE’s Diploma de español nivel B1) with confidence.