The Georgetown Project presents:
Spanish Level III: Fall 2023
For adults only
13 Week ONLINE Session; Thursdays, starting September 14 – December 14, 2023, 6-7 pm
Language Proficiency Levels – 2
Course Description: Continuation of Spanish II designed to increase your conversational skills in the Spanish Language—writing, listening and reading comprehension, vocabulary building, grammar, and culture.
Materials/Textbook: Textbook: Bregstein, Barbara Easy Spanish STEP-BY-STEP, McGraw-Hill, 2006
NOTE: Class login information will be emailed a few days before the class date. Registration will be required to log in.
ALL COURSES ARE U.S. CENTRAL TIMES.
Please reserve a ticket for each class you’d like to attend.
If you would like to attend multiple or all classes but don’t want to fill out the registration information multiple times on Eventbrite, feel free to register for just one session, and then email us the other dates that you’d like to register for at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can add you on our end.
Language Proficiency Levels:
0 – No proficiency. At this point, no absolute knowledge of the language
1 – Elementary proficiency, you can form basic sentences, including asking and answering simple questions.
2 – Limited Working Proficiency At this level, you can handle basic commands and limited casual conversations. You still need help with more complex conversations.
3 – Professional Working Proficiency you can make contributions to meetings and hold conversations with customers or clients. You probably still need help understanding more subtle and nuanced phrasing.
4 – Full Professional Proficiency you can have advanced discussions on a wide range of topics like personal life, current events, and technical topics related to your field. You may occasionally misspeak or make minor mistakes, but your vocabulary is extensive, and you can carry on conversations with ease.
5 – Native/ Bilingual Proficiency If you’re at this language proficiency level, you were raised speaking the language or have been speaking it so long that you’re completely fluent.
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