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Presents an introductory approach to conversation using everyday work and social situations. This course provides students with the basic vocabulary, grammar, and cultural understanding needed for interacting with Spanish speakers at home and abroad.
Students learn basic phrases and questions necessary for health care tasks. Upon completion, the participant will have the basic ability to understand spoken Spanish, gain insight into cross-cultural issues as well as to express and obtain explanations of common symptoms, the nature and the duration of an illness and obtain patient vitals.
Enables students to advance their conversational skills in realistic work and social environments while further developing cross-cultural insights needed for successful interactions with Spanish-speaking people both at home and abroad.
Teaches the basics of meeting and greeting, pronunciation and fundamentals of Spanish sentence structure. Useful words and expressions will boost ability and confidence to communicate in Spanish. Culturally relevant topics will be covered. No previous Spanish language experience needed.
Gain a greater understanding of Latino/Hispanic cultures; learn Spanish pronunciation, and basic phrases and vocabulary useful on the job site. Walk away with helpful references to use as needed on the job site. No previous language experience needed. This course is for individuals in the construction trade.
As a continuation of Spanish 3, students will continue to increase vocabulary, refine communicative skills, and further study cultural topics. Principles of grammar are systematically reviewed focusing on the use of the present, past and future tenses.
Gain a greater understanding of Latino/Hispanic cultures; learn Spanish pronunciation, and basic phrases and vocabulary useful on the job site. Walk away with helpful references to use as needed on the job site. This course is for individuals in the construction trade. Completion of 47-141-430 Spanish Lang & Culture for Construction 1 or instructor consent required.