Getting started with Spanish 3
Getting started with Spanish 3

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Getting started with Spanish 3

11 Summary of Week 2

This week focused on learning about making phone calls. You've learnt new vocabulary and expressions to do with formal and informal phone conversations.

If you haven’t already, you should consider keeping an up-to-date record of your language learning using a notebook or similar. It's important that you add to it regularly, and work to memorise the new words and expressions you learn. Remember that little and often is best.

Now you’ve reached the end of this week (and the course), reflect a little on what you’ve been learning. In the box below, note down what you’ve found easy, useful or fun, and what was more difficult.

Week 2 Reflection

What was easy, useful or fun this week?

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What was more difficult?

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What do I need to practice?

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¡Enhorabuena!

You have now reached the end of this course.

This OpenLearn course is an adapted extract from the Open University course LXS003 Beginners Spanish 3: ¡Adelante! [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)]

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