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Getting started with Spanish 1
Getting started with Spanish 1

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11 Summary of Week 2

You have now completed Getting started with Spanish 1. We hope you have enjoyed it.

If you haven’t done so already, start up a notebook to keep a record of things you learn as you go. This notebook will be your essential companion throughout your studies. When learning a language you may want to keep notes on the main points to remember, such as grammar rules, words or useful expressions.

Revise all the new words and expressions covered this week and try to memorise them. Revisiting them at regular intervals will help you keep everything you have learnt fresh in your memory and ready to use. You can also have mini-conversations with yourself.

Take some time to listen to the audios again and try to repeat out loud what you hear and reflect on what you’ve been doing this week.

Week 2 Reflection

What was easy, useful or fun this week?

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What do I need to practice?

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This OpenLearn course is an adapted extract from the Open University badged course LGXS001 Beginners Spanish 1: ¡Empezamos! [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] .

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