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    Beginning Spanish 


    Course Description:  Major topics include greetings, colors, numbers, classroom objects, the calendar, telling time, weather expressions and geography, questions and interrogatives, likes and dislikes, pastimes, school subjects, holidays and art.

    Intermediate Spanish (Course is a prerequisite for Advanced Spanish)

    Course Description:  This course continues the study of the Spanish language and culture, refining grammatical and vocabulary topics. Major topics include foods, the present tense of –er and –ir verbs, the plurals of adjectives, the verb ser, the verb ir, question words, places, leisure activities, irregular verbs, possessive adjectives, family, celebrations, the restaurant, and personal descriptions. Students who successfully complete this course should continue the Spanish curriculum series for high school credit by taking Advanced Spanish.

    Advanced Spanish 

    Course Description:  This course continues the study of the Spanish language and culture, refining grammatical and vocabulary topics. Major topics include the rooms in a house, making comparisons, the superlative, stem changing verbs, affirmative commands, the present progressive tense, clothing, demonstrative adjectives, and the preterit of verbs. Students who complete this course successfully and who pass the exit exam (worth 20% of the overall grade) may take Spanish II at the high school level.