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Guía de estudio - Examen 2

Guía de estudio - Examen 2 - Espaol 113(Castro Gua de...

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Español 113 (Castro) Guía de estudio Examen 2 (Lecciones 5-7) Los consejos de la profesora: The test is even longer than the previous test. This study guide includes the specific directions for each section. Familiarize yourself with these directions now so you can ask me any questions before the test and not waste valuable time figuring out what to do on test day. Also, practice writing by describing the pictures in your textbook and by writing on similar themes to the homework assignments. If you would like additional grammar practice, there are 2 options: 1. Go to Mosaicos’ webpage: http://www.prenhall.com/mosaicos/ and click on Companion Website (4 th edition). You’ll find more practice there. 2. Self-checking Internet exercises Go to the lrc page (the web page where you go to listen to the workbook audio). Scroll down to “Software” and click on “Interactive Learning Modules.” The most helpful modules for this test are: o Preterite Tense 1-4 o Direct Objects 1 o Indirect Objects 2 El examen I. A ESCUCHAR : You will hear a taped conversation once and answer questions about what you hear. (Review and study all of the SAM listening activities for practice. The conversation will be related to the theme and vocabulary of these lessons.) REMEMBER, DON’T BE LATE . The tape will be played ONCE and at the beginning of the class during the “repaso” session.
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  • Spring '08
  • REYES
  • Indirect object pronouns, Dormir la siesta, El examen I., estudiar María tiene, additional grammar practice

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