Learn Spanish at SCC

Beginner Spanish is being offered at Southwestern Community College’s Jackson Campus Monday evenings beginning Sept. 12.

The course will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. through Nov. 14, and will provide the foundation for future levels. The focus of this level is to learn proper pronunciation and the basic structure of the language. Present-tense verb conjugations are considered, as well as the correct formation of sentences, negative sentences and questions. Latin American cultural difference will be discussed, which would help those planning a trip to a Spanish-speaking Latin American country. Alice Rainone will be the instructor.  

828.339.4497.

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