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Spanish 2B - Beginning Spanish
Price: $120.00
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Continue forming sentences, paragraphs, questions. The verb ir + a, querertener and their idioms are studied. Negative and interrogative words and sentences included. Discussion of cultural readings. Learn the preterit tense for AR, ER, IR verbs. Also, preterit tense forestarquerertener.

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Spanish Direct and Indirect Pronouns
Price: $50.00
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Did you study direct and indirect object pronouns in the past but still have questions about when and where to place them in your Spanish sentences? Resolve your confusion in this two hour class presented as part of our Special Topic Series. 

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Spanish for Educational Settings
Price: $125.00
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For teachers, administrators, and school staff who wish to communicate with Spanish-speaking students and adults. Learn simple Spanish phrases to obtain essential information, give directions, and identify problems.

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Spanish Reflexive Verbs and Pronouns
Price: $50.00
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Improve your Spanish sentences in this two-hour workshop that focuses specifically on reflexive verbs and the pronouns that are used with them. Learn when to use these verbs, how to conjugate them, and the correct placement of the reflexive pronouns.

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Spanish: Present Subjunctive in Dependent Clauses
Price: $50.00
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Do you wonder about the subjunctive mood and how it functions? Learn to form the present of the subjunctive and use it in dependent clauses. In our two hour workshop, you’ll discover how easy it is to master one of the most frequently utilized tenses in the Spanish language.

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Spanish 1A - Beginning Spanish
Price: $120.00
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Provides essential words and concepts for forming sentences. Builds a firm foundation of useful vocabulary, including numbers, days of the week, expressing time, colors, foods, and more. Beginning grammatical constructions include definite and indefinite articles, using plurals and gender. Oral practice ensures correct pronunciation.

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