In this course, students are beginning to develop speaking skills for various topics. Students will be able to use different linguistic structures to talk about situations referring to the past, present and future. They will also be able to read and write simple texts.
Students will be able to provide detailed information about topics of general interest, expressing themselves fluently, writing long texts and use communication strategies to hold a conversation in different contexts and situations.
Understand a wide variety of lengthy, and somewhat demanding texts, as well as grasp their implicit meaning
Express yourself fluently and spontaneously without apparent effort to find the right words.
Use the language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes.
Produce clear, well-structured and detailed texts about topics of inherent complexity by using mechanisms of organization, articulation and cohesion.
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