This conversational Spanish course builds upon the basics established in Spanish I. It is intended to help students develop basic speaking proficiency, indicated by the ability to form complete sentences from combined parts of speech. Although Spanish I is not required as a prerequisite to enroll, students should have some familiarity with nouns, articles, and adjectives before taking this course.
Guillermo (Gil) Fernandez is a native of Nicaragua who came to the United States at age 11. His use of Spanish at home and his public education in English encouraged him to become deeply embedded in both languages and cultures. As a bilingual and bicultural educator, Gil has taught community Spanish classes for various audiences over the past seven years.
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