Spanish: An Introduction
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Obviously, this subject is in progress. It is a course comprised of 25-30 classes of Spanish language instruction for beginners. Anyone can join at any time. The tab below is used for coordination that the instructor will know in which lesson you are at the time. It is recommended to do 1-2 lessons a week. This course has to bring you on a lower-intermediate level (pass A1).
Welcome students! How to study?
It is highly recommended to all of you coming to study Spanish to have a basic knowledge of PC, Internet and MediaWiki (Our course:MediaWiki I), but also know to write fast on keyboard (Our course:Typing). If you do not know these basic things you will have many problems during the course.
How to study this course? Follow the guidelines written in points in each section. They are in bold. You should follow each section systematically and not skip ahead. If something is too difficult for you, or too easy, don't skip it but be patient and pass it. This course is methodologically written, therefore it needs to be done in order. Remember that only hard work bears fruits.
Don't be afraid to write in your contributions to the text. Teachers will help you and motivate you during the course. After some time your contributions will be deleted by a teacher, or the best contributions will be moved to wikiversity or wikibooks content. You might also have a notebook for note taking if this suits you better. Another recommendation is not to copy answers and to write them in your own words.
So, good luck students and see you at the end of this course.
Before entering first lesson creat a subpage:
User:your user name/Spanish: An Introduction (if you dont know how, ask for help). Then click on the zerro lesson.
If you are a Spanish native speaker, and you would like to help, follow this site: Spanish: An Introduction/Teaching tools.
Live speech will be available via skype, so the nick name of your teacher is juan-de-v. Your teacher is on UTC+1 so be patient. Schedule is available from here or via the box on the right up corner. The time is set in UTC. If you don’t know your time zone lets have a look on map.
- Moved to Spanish/Registration.
Note: once you are signed in, please start to work on the zero-level lesson.
Sign in, if you are interested:
|User||Date of Joining||Purpose||Lesson Completed||Final Score||Date of Completition|
|Juan (talk page)||14 March 2007||teacher||-||-||-|
|Teemu (talk page)||25 March 2007||student|
|AJ||26 March 2007||student|
|CJ||28 March 2007||student|
|pDouglas||03 April 2007||student|
|nach0king||26 April 2007||student|
|buddpaul||10 May 2007||student|
|Nicolas1981||24 May 2007||student|
|rjc||25 May 2007||student|
|Dmitri||31 May 2007||student|
|Simgab84||03 July 2007||student|
|JayzRaptorz||12 July 2007||student|
|John B0ld1ng||14 July||student|
|The DOOMinator||27 October||student|
|Magee||18 June 2009||student|