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Notes for Spanish2 students

All the grammers taught in Spanish2 were organized clearly in this notes. You can review this subjec...

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Reviews

Good subject with great tutors who are very supportive. Main parts of learning will be grammar and vocab and tutorials really help to apply this to really make it sink in.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Fun, organised well! It is a step up from Spanish 1 in terms of content and grammar concepts, so will require more effort but the tutors are quite forgiving and friendly, and assignments are marked very nicely (and a good 20% or so comes from online tasks that are almost impossible to do bad on). Make sure you study for the exam, it was a little tricky in my case to complete everything in time (but if you study for it you should be fine). I would 100% encourage you do take this subject, was very enjoyable and one of my fave level 1 subjects.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

This subject, just like Spanish 1, was very well organised. It's more difficult, yes, but that's to be expected when progressing with a language - if anything, it made it much more rewarding that we were able to spontaneously answer questions in the oral exam, having only been learning Spanish for 2 semesters. The assessment is incredibly lenient, with the written exam only worth 20%, and a good chunk of your mark coming from online tasks done at home (as in Spanish 1). Highly recommended to those who enjoyed Spanish 1, and who maintain an interest in the language!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

I took Spanish 1 the previous semester. There is a huge difference between the two subjects. There are a lot of conjugations you need to learn this time around. The oral exam is harder than before as you will talk about the interview you did beforehand for about 5 minutes, and then 5 minutes of Q&A with your tutor, which was very hard for me. Just memorize your first 5 minutes, you will have a decent mark even if you fail at the Q&A portion. The online assessments are a bit harder than before but, you know what they say: Use Spanishdict! I had only 1 day to study for the exam therefore I got an H2B (when I got an H1 the previous semester). So be sure to have time to study for the exam. The ones that had several days to study for the exam got good marks. I took Spanish before and I forgot all about the rules and conjugations, so it is filled with info than Spanish 1.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Great fun

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015