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    Jan 12, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    The Spanish language is a language that is spoken almost world wide, and a language that is on a continuance of growth; especially in the United States. Before you know it more and more people will be speaking Spanish. Even jobs and certain work forces have a plethora of Spanish speaking workers. It's a very good opportunity to learn a new language and get ahead early.

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    The highlights of the course was watching Spanish shows. Even though we had to write half a page in Spanish about what was going on, just watching the show and being engaged with the show was nothing but amazing. Honestly, the Spanish shows were nothing but great and very very dramatic and interesting. So, even if you didn't want to do it, you still had so much to write about. From this class I learned that you really have to put in some work at home. Even though I lack at it, because Spanish is just not the language for me, it starts at home. Your teacher can only do so much and give you the resources, what you do with the resources is on you.

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    0-2 hours

    Advice for students:

    Study at home and practice, practice, practice. Practice makes perfect and when it comes to a new language it will not be an easy walk in the park. Practice ! Also take the time and study, even if that means watching an episode or two in Spanish, study !

    • Fall 2016
    • Kevin Ore
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