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SPAN-151 Spanish Review
  • Dym, Sabina
  • The purpose of this course is to reinforce and improve the skills stressed in the Basic Advanced language sequence. It is designed for SFS students who need additional practice in preparation for the Oral Proficiency Test, and for students who wish to reinforce their skills and and increase their vocabulary before moving onto Spanish linguistics and literature courses. Heritage language learners interested in exposure to formal approaches to Spanish would also find this course beneficial.
    The course consists of oral presentations, discussions, compositions and readings as well as a review of the most important grammatical concepts required to communicate successfully. There is no textbook required for this course.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None

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    Fall '14: Dym, S (description, file download)
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