Spanish 2 - Level 2 Course
Aprendamos Español- Spanish 2. Un curso avanzado en el lenguage. Let's learn Spanish. A step up to an Introductory course
Spanish 2- This excellent second course in Spanish that follows Spanish 1 introductory course.
Spanish students learn to communicate at a more comfortably level at an intermediate level with Spanish-speaking people in a variety of settings:
You should be able to speak to a store clerk, a bank teller, at a Spanish speaking airport, with a hotel operator, or speak to a nurse or a doctor at a doctor's office.
If your car needs repair you should be able to speak to the employee or owner of an auto shop. If you are a missionary, then you should be able to communicate with others in the field.
This course includes grammar, as well as pronunciation, writing in Spanish, listening to others, using and knowing how to use verb tenses.
You should be able to memorize Bible verses and or scriptures and be able to communicate with your assigned or own selected language partner.
Note: You must have someone at your home, church or the field that speaks Spanish sufficiently well in order to practice your learning lessons with them. This is imperative, and it should be done on a regular basis from 2 to 10 hours a day, if possible. The more you practice in the native language the better your learning accomplishments in the language.
Instructor for this course presently lives in South America and the USA. His humble home in South America allows him to conduct this class in his native language, Spanish.
You will learn the cultural differences that stand out in different countries in South America, and why any Spanish spoken in South America is perfectly understood any where else in the World.
The instructor has taught at various universities, including the University of Hawaii, Ave Maria University in Florida, and others. The instructor has a Masters in Education and a Ph.D (abd) from Nova SouthEastern University in Florida.
Instructor travels between South America in Hawaii in order to teach Hawaiian and Spanish in the USA.