Spanish Summer Intensive 7-8 (Online)
For those committed to learning Spanish as efficiently as possible, we have created a quick, affordable way to accelerate your acquisition of Spanish with our intensive program. In Spanish 7, learn verb tenses that have less difficult conjugations and that allow you to communicate in more specific terms, like the use of the imperfect tense and the contrast between the preterit and the imperfect tenses. Next, you'll learn about the past perfect tense, the passive voice and the future and conditional tenses. In Spanish 8, learn the concept of the subjunctive mode (in present tense), regular and irregular conjugations and how to form sentences in the subjunctive mode and when to use the indicative mode versus the subjunctive mode to express your ideas. In the conversation portion, you will practice what you've learned by discussing current events, reading newspaper articles and short stories.This class will cover our Spanish 7, Spanish 8, and Conversation 4 materials.
|Dates:||July 26 - August 6, 2021 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||Two Weeks: Mon.-Fri., 9AM-12:15PM Begins 7/26 (MT)|
|Location:||ONLINE: Via Zoom|
You could save $15.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||Class time is in MT. You will need to arrange to pick up your materials in advance of class. Class will be taught via Zoom. Good internet connection and a laptop or device with camera and mic is needed. You should download Zoom in advance of class it is free to install, https://zoom.us/download. Look for an email from your instructor with the subject line CFU Zoom class for the link. Be ready to log on and join the meeting 5-10 minutes prior to the class start time so you will be ready when class begins. If you have trouble using the link, just go to Zoom.us, click "Join a Meeting" and enter the meeting ID provided in the instructor's email.|
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