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Spanish Language

Spanish Language

OVERVIEW

Spanish enjoys official language status in 21 countries across Europe, Africa and the America's. It is the second most spoken language in the world so quite a handy one to know!


BEGINNERS

WHAT TO EXPECT

Students will be able to use a range of everyday common phrases and expressions and will be able to introduce themselves to others, ask for directions, buy train tickets, order food and drinks and understand simple texts and signs. They will understand basic aspects of the society and culture in the Spanish-speaking countries.


CONTINUED

WHAT EXPERIENCE DO YOU NEED

This course is for those who have completed our Spanish- Beginners course OR have learnt basic Spanish elsewhere. If you are not too sure, give our Recreation Programme Coordinator an email on sarahtaylor@ousa.org.nz

WHAT TO EXPECT

By the end of this course you should feel comfortable travelling around Spanish speaking countries and be able to interact with native Spanish speakers in a range of predictable situations.


STREAM 1: SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS Monday's 5:00pm - 6:30pm 5 sessions starting 1st March 2021
Ending 29th March 2021
Fee: $40.00 Bring Pen and paper
Castle D, University of Otago
STREAM 1: SPANISH CONTINUED Wednesday's 5:00pm - 6:30pm 5 sessions starting 3rd March 2021
Ending 30th March 2021
Fee: $40.00 Bring Pen and paper
Castle D, University of Otago
STREAM 2: SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS Monday's 5:00pm - 6:30pm 5 sessions starting 12th April 2021
Ending 17th May 2021
No class on Monday 26 April (ANZAC observation)
Fee: $40.00 Bring Pen and paper
Room 3, OUSA Clubs and Societies Centre
STREAM 2: SPANISH CONTINUED Wednesday's 5:00pm - 6:30pm 5 sessions starting 14th April 2021
Ending 12th May 2021
Fee: $40.00 Bring Pen and paper
Room 3, OUSA Clubs and Societies Centre