Spanish Conversation for Beginners 2

Advance the conversational Spanish skills established in Spanish Conversation for Beginners 1. Build your confidence in speaking and listening while refining your vocabulary. Learn about Latin American culture (history, music, poetry, arts) from a native Spanish speaker. Practice words you already know and apply them to social situations. Learn to order food, have informal conversations about your favorite books or movies, discuss current events using newspaper articles written in Spanish, listen to songs to help identify and practice new and old vocabulary, and enjoy an immersion field trip at the end of the quarter. Please Note: This class is conducted in Spanish and requires a high beginning or intermediate level of conversational experience. See Textbook and Supply List for textbook information.

Not sure if this is the right level for you? Take this self-test. If you can complete most of it, this is the level for you. Too easy? Try this self-test. You do not have to complete all of it, but if you are able to understand most of the contents, you are most likely ready for Spanish Conversation for Beginners 3.

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  • Apr 06, 2020 to Jun 15, 2020
  • 5:00 pm to 6:50 pm
  • Session(s): 10; Monday
  • Location : CC Bldg, Room 3355
    9600 College Way N,Seattle,98103

  • Fee: $179
  • Item #: 7331
  • No class on 5/25/20 due to Memorial Day.

    Required book: Cómo se dice, 8th edition. By Ana Jarvis. BUY USED ONLINE; NOT AVAILABLE AT NSC BOOKSTORE. No more than $40.00 including shipping.
  • Spring 2020

She knew how to engage students in Spanish conversation, her teaching material was organized and she was always receptive to questions and gave easy to understand responses in Spanish.

-Najma