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Sarasota, FL

The goal of this class is to learn conversational Spanish without getting bogged down with grammar and pesky language rules. You will learn by speaking with native Spanish instructors.

 Each week, students will learn new vocabulary by speaking with the instructors and other students.

 The course will include different topics like: 

Meeting & Greeting: Vocabulary and phrases of getting to know each other, what you like and do.

Restaurant and Travel: Learning what things are, how to communicate your preferences and to ask questions.             

How to improve communication with Spanish speaking service providers and employees.

The class will decide, along with the teachers, the other topics that will be covered.  Registration is FREE, so RSVP to GoodwillRSVP@gimi.org or 941-355-2721 x241 to reserve your spot!

Date:  April 10, 17, 24, May 1 and 8 (5 weeks)

Time: 6 - 7:30 pm

Venue: Goodwill N Trail (Mecca) Community Room, 5150 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

Instructors: Rosa Payson & Chris Andino

cost
Goodwill Spanish Classes Conversational & Practical is a free event.
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Website: www.experiencegoodwill.org
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  • Goodwill Industries-manasota
  • 5150 N Tamiami Trl
  • Sarasota, FL 34234
Event Contact
Name: Yen Reed Phone: 941-355-2721 ext. 241 Email:
Contact Yen Reed by email or by phone at 941-355-2721 ext. 241 for more information regarding the Goodwill Spanish Classes Conversational & Practical.
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