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Spanish I(B)

 Course Overview

This course is for those students who have taken Spanish I (A), or for those who have had some exposure to Spanish, typically 20-30 hours, or up to one semester. The course will begin with a review of Spanish I (A) while students continue to learn language the way it’s truly spoken! 

By the end of this class, students will be able to:

speak about everyday themes such as emotions, food, cooking, weather,

and daily routines in the present and in the simple past. 

Learning all the necessary structures along the way, students will engage with these themes through culturally-rich authentic materials such as the film trailer for Como agua para chocolate (Alfonso Arau, 1992) and the Netflix hit La Casa de las Flores.

Class Times & Dates:

Jan 11th – Mar 6th

*All times listed in CST*

Jan 11 – Mar 3

Mon. & Wed. 12 – 1:15 pm | Sat. 11 am – 12:30 pm


Mon. & Wed. 7:30 – 8:45 pm | Sat. 11 am – 12:30 pm

This is a 2 month subscription for 8 weeks of classes in our ‘virtual classroom’ led by one of our #TeamFLC instructors. Your payments will automatically stop after your second payment is completed.

Is Spanish I(B) the right fit for me?

Find out in 3 min. or less with our placement quiz - not a strict qualifier of level fit, but a great place to start! Contact #TeamFLC for personalized level guidance!

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