Hablemos Descriptions

Registration Information  

Grand Rapids - Fall: Register Here

!HABLEMOS¡ : A CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH COURSE (Beginner Level)
Dates: Every Monday from Sept. 19 - Nov. 21, 2017
Location:  Woodbrige N. Ferris Building - Kendall College at 17 Pearl St. NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 
Cost: $80 for the 10-week course
Instructor:  Eric Warner, PhD
Description: In this beginner-level course, all members of the community are invited to learn how to speak Spanish in an informal, non-credit mini-course called ¡Hablemos! (Let's Speak!) Throughout the 10 weeks of the course, students will learn about the Latino Community in Michigan, the Spanish-speaking World, Spanish pronunciation, as well as basic vocabulary and expressions useful for traveling or engaging with Spanish speakers. Topics include greetings, family, professions, basic medical Spanish, hobbies and common travel vocabulary. Th course is sponsored by the Center for Latin@ Studies in collaboration with the faculty in the Spanish Unit in the Department of English, literature, and World Languages at Ferris State University.  


Grand Rapids - Spring: Register Here

!HABLEMOS¡ : A CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH COURSE (Intermediate Level)
Dates: TBA
Location:  Woodbrige N. Ferris Building - Kendall College at 17 Pearl St. NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 
Cost: $80 for the 10-week course
Instructor:  Eric Warner, PhD
Description: In this intermediate-level course, anyone with an already established basic knowledge of the language is invited to continue learning Spanish in an informal, non-credit mini-course called ¡Hablemos! (Let's Speak!) Throughout the 10 weeks of the course, students will learn about the Latino Community n Michigan, the Spanish-speaking World, as well as vocabulary and grammar useful for traveling or engaging with Spanish speakers. Topics include: present, past, and future tenses, medical spanish, daily life, and themes common in every day conversation in the language. The course is sponsored by the Center for Latin@ Studies in collaboration with the faculty in the Spanish Unit in Department of English, Literature, and World Languages at Ferris State University.


Big Rapids - Fall: Register Here

!HABLEMOS¡ : A CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH COURSE (Beginner level)
Dates:  Every Monday from Sept. 19 - Nov. 21, 2017
Time:  5:15pm - 7:15pm
Location: Center for Latin@ Studies, IRC Building 131, Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan
Cost:  $80 for the 10-week course 
Instructor:  Professor Ana Dávila
Description: In this beginner-level course, all members of the community are invited to learn how to speak Spanish in an informal, non-credit mini-course called !Hablemos¡ (Let's speak!) Throughout the 10 weeks of the course, students will learn about the Latino Community in Michigan, the Spanish-speaking World, Spanish pronunciation, as well as basic vocabulary and expressions useful for traveling or engaging with Spanish speakers. Topics include greetings, family, professions, basic medical Spanish, collaboration with the faculty in the Spanish Unit in the Department of English, Literature, and World Languages at Ferris State University. 

Big Rapids - Spring: Register Here

!HABLEMOS¡ : A CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH COURSE (Intermediate level)
Dates: TBA
Time:  5:15pm - 7:15pm
Location: Center for Latin@ Studies, IRC Building 131, Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan
Cost: $80 for the 10-week course
Instructor: TBD
Description: In this intermediate-level course, anyone with an already established basic knowledge of the language is invited to continue learning Spanish in an informal, non-credit mini-course called Hablemos¡ (Let's speak!) Throughout the 10 weeks of the course, students will learn about the Latino Community in Michigan, the Spanish-speaking World, as well as vocabulary and grammar useful for traveling or engaging in Spanish speakers. Topics include a wide variety of topics such as presents, past and future tenses, medical Spanish, daily life, and themes common in every day conversation in the language. The course is sponsored by the Center for Latin@ Studies in collaboration with the faculty in the Spanish Unit in the Department of English, Literature, and World Languages at Ferris State University.