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Spanish Advanced Grammar (Instructor approval required)  

This class is designed for students who have completed Spanish Intermediate and want to master all areas of Spanish grammar before going into Spanish Advanced Conversation, and for those who want to refresh grammar skills. If student cannot have a conversation in Spanish using the correct tenses and conjugations as well as a good level of comprehension, this class is NOT for you. ONLY SPANISH IS SPOKEN IN THIS CLASS. Instructor approval is required for any new student.

 

Spanish Advanced Grammar (Instructor approval required)  Class already in session...it is possible that the teacher may allow a late registration.  Please call the office at 941-361-6590.
Item: LSP5000 Erika Moczydlower
Th 10/3/2019 - 12/12/2019  NO CLASS NOV 28
Prerequisite: Instructor approval is required for new students.
*Students are further expected to write and read in Spanish and to speak more extemporaneously. Spanish is spoken most of the time in order to prepare for the more advanced classes where ONLY Spanish is spoken.
*Please check with the ACE office to be sure the class has met its minimum before purchasing material(s).
Required textbook(s): "Spanish Three Years" (workbook by Levy/Nassi)
Available in the STC Bookstore. Call (941) 924-1365 for bookstore hours.
 
 

Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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