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Hi, I'm looking at taking Spanish III to brush up my rusty grammar skills. I am somewhat confused as to how to follow the course as there are bits and peices but no overall notes or lectures?

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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I wish I could help (because that would mean I was taking Spanish III - an intermediate-level course!) but alas, I'm still working through the video series Destinos. If I can hurry up and get to Spanish III I'd be happy to try to figure out what is entailed and maybe help more. Talk to you soon hopefully, and good luck!
Can I ask how you signed up for Spanish II?
just ask anything you need jaz9090 , i'm not taking the course but I'm a native Spanish speaker I'll gladly help anyone here take care

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