Spanish 3 will begin with a short examination in order to evaluate where each student is in her or her pursuit of the Spanish language.  We will also spend some time reviewing shortcuts between the English and Spanish language and the most commonly used power verbs and the brick and mortar words that hold our sentences together.  From there will spend time learning commonly used patterns of the language, colloquial expressions, and practice informal, conversational Spanish to make sure our speaking flows naturally as actual speaking will be the focus of this class.  The students will continue to build on knowledge of the language through verbal participation and written assignments with the goal of, especially by the second session,holding classes solely in Spanish.  No textbook will be required.  The instructor will provide PDF’s of class material.

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