Students must know the theoretical and practical foundations of the Spanish language, in order to solve doubts about its use. They must know what they cannot do with the language (normative aspect) and also have the capacity to detect and point out the errors which have been enshrined in the Spanish language used by the media. Similarly, they will know what can and should be done with the language (creative aspect), they will assume and accept that if the language on the one hand, imposes certain limits, on the other hand, it offers a wealth of endless possibilities. In particular, students must achieve a phonological, semantic and morphosyntactic command of the Spanish language in different levels i.e. to acquire both theoretical and practical knowledge on the standard and the use of the Spanish language, and they will achieve language and textual skills to successfully develop any communicative activity regarding their future profession.