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2/9 - 2/13: Notes over discussion and lecture from Span 362-THe Structure of Spanish
These are Lecture notes from February 9th- February 13th.
This review describes all the information on the first exam for Prehistory.
For this course, I take a couple sets of notes a week and I hope these will become beneficial to those who want to learn spanish as much as I do. So come check it out!!!
Professor de Mitre
This document covers time, the days of the week, the weekend, months, and the classroom.
Ser VS Estar review with examples!
This chapter had informative but short notes...I hope this still helps. If not just shoot me a message and I will try something else.
This is notes over everything we were tested over in Spanish 1. Vistas materials: chapters 1-5.
These are my class/book/Wiley Plus notes covering Reflexive Verbs and Adverbs.
Comprehensive notes from all chapters assigned for the upcoming midterm (chapters 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9). Detailed notes taken on only what is required for midterm, organized by chapter and sub-chapter subject. If you haven't looked at the textbook, this will give you everything you've missed!
For this study guide, I condensed all the main principles for the exam. I tried to show how everything was connected, especially linear independence. I also went over defining key terms. Hopefully this helps!
Alexei Yakov Letsky
It's that time of the year already (!). This study guide comprises of notes from the book, tips from Mastering Chem, and parts from the review session.
Good luck everyone! See you on the other side after the exam!
This is a bunch of notes covering everything in the title. I added examples from class that helped me to better grasp the concepts.
This is a study guide made for our final exam which covered Postural Control, Reaching and Grasping, Locomotion, and Fundamental Skills in growth.
Matrix Algebra notes! Will probably be redone in a cleaner format sooner. Please anticipate for that!
Happy Week 6! Here's some notes from Monday's lecture and Wednesday's movie :)
This is the first weeks notes of Spanish 1100
For Introduction to Spanish, this includes notes on the first two lectures of the class. Although much of the class comes from the textbook, these notes cover what is said in class and tidbits of information directly from the professor. This is very easy to understand/follow along with, ideal for anyone with little to no prior knowledge of Spanish.
With this type of test, these are some sample questions that will give an idea of what kinds of questions will be on the test. Of course, you have to have read to do well on the test. Good luck!
This is a unique approach to the information that will be on the quiz. It makes sure you have an understanding of what and why certain words go certain places.