This course is a continuation of Spanish Language and Culture for Beginners II (or equivalent). To enroll in this class, students must have a basic knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, seasons, dates, time, weather, family, colors, introductions, nouns and adjectives, and simple vocabulary.
Level III focuses on reviewing and expanding skills learned in Level II, including conversation, pronunciation, listening, reading, and simple writing. Students will develop conversation skills about everyday life at home, and travel survival skills such as shopping, health, likes and dislikes, food, and directions.
Upon completion of this level students will have a basic knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, seasons, dates, time, weather, family, occupation, introductions, and introductory grammar such as present tense regular verb usage, and ser and estar.
Professor: Susan W. Herrera, Ph.D.
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