Spanish teacher problems?

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I chose an evening language course for A1 Spanish. The course started on 27rh April. So basically I knew nothing about Spanish except Hola. The tutor of the course started teaching us from a workbook called Aula International 1. So essentially he only mentioned a few words of Spanish and went straight info grammar/verbs.
Fast forward now, all of us still can't speak 1 proper word of Spanish as he doesn't teach us vocabulary. He makes us do these exercises in the book which are OK but at the same time difficult to grasp as we don't know Spanish words.

Is this right way to learn or teach? The course ends on 12th July and I still don't know anything properly.
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That's how I started learning Spanish. Starting with the verbs (estar and ser forms). Learning the vocab (such as the nouns) is the easy part. It's understanding the verbs and adverbs that tend to be more problematic. So I'd say the teaching method was correct but I guess it just isn't something that you prefer
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