Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it is the second step in the learning of a language. The first is obviously Spanish I, the introduction to the language. After Spanish II you will have most of the tools for basic conversation, and it is important to take this as you continue to learn the language.
The highlights were telenovelas that allowed us to listen o the different regions and the way that they spoke. It is important to understand the way different accents are so that your Spanish is more universal.
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Advice for students:
I would recommend over anything else to acquire as much vocabulary as possible. Spanish grammar is not very difficult to learn because most verbs follow a formula. However, it is important that you can accumulate vocab to really be able to speak the language.