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SPA 101 Spanish is an OTHER course at NAU. 3 elite notetakers have produced some study materials for this OTHER course.
Here are notes on Spanish words of introduction/greeting which we went over in the first and second lectures.
Notes on the Numbers presentation as well as answers to the textbook practice exercises given to us for next class.
Here are notes on the nouns and articles from yesterday's presentation. I also jotted down the next several due dates for the Extensive Reading assignments at the bottom.
Here are notes on the present tense forms of ser and its conjugations.
Here are the main parts of every presentation we've had so far to review for the first test.
Here are notes on some vocabulary words we went over in class, their meanings, and the lecture ones (see the extensive list on the first few pages of Chapter 2 of the textbook).
Here are notes on the vocabulary lecture, including a full list of words from the book so they are easier to find.
Here are some quick notes on asking questions in Spanish, with the conventions gone over in the lecture.
Her are notes on the verbs gustar and estar, how to use them, and some examples from the lecture.
Here are notes on numbers going beyond 39 and the rules that apply to them. Side note: If you have the International keyboard downloaded the fastest way to get an accent over a letter is to just press it and the Alt key)
Here is a guide with the main notes of each unit that's meant to be on the test, with some review of the first chapter, since language is cumulative.
Here are notes covering the adjectives used to describe people, the possessive adjectives, and vocabulary for families.