• Alzheimer’s Association
  • CSEA_Help Wanted_Labor Relations
  • Syracuse Stage Murder on the Orient Express
  • 5 for CNY - Learn How
  • Malmgren Concert Black History Month
  • Land Bank - Restoring Properties
  • Urban CNY-Survey 2.0 LinkedIn-530 x 75 px

Celebrating Urban Life Since 1989

Menu Hamburger White
  • Alzheimer’s Association
  • Urban CNY-Survey 2.0 LinkedIn-530 x 75 px
  • Syracuse Stage Murder on the Orient Express
  • Land Bank - Restoring Properties
  • Malmgren Concert Black History Month
  • 5 for CNY - Learn How
  • CSEA_Help Wanted_Labor Relations

Introduction to Spanish

Instructor: Monica Garcia Taylor
Begins: January 12, 2009
Day: Monday
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Location: Conference Room
Drop-In Class: $10 per session

This 10-week course for adults introduces the basics of the Spanish language and gives participants tools to begin speaking it and recognizing it in the world around them.
Every class includes:

*Practice with common phrases and vocabulary, including tips on proper pronunciation

*Formal instruction on the applications of Spanish grammar, such as sentence structure and the uses of parts of speech

*Interactive games that encourage practice using verbs and other changing word forms

*Exploration of Spanish in popular arts and culture through song lyrics and poetry

* This class is appropriate for those with little or no experience with the Spanish-language.

Students are encouraged to provide their own copy of the class text, Learn Spanish, Espanol, The Fast and Fun Way, by Gene Hammitt.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE

The Right To Read : Documentary Screening and Discussion

Community Folk Art Center 805 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, NY, United States

Join The NAACP Syracuse Onondaga County Branch and Community Folk Art Center for a special screening and panel discussion of The Right To Read. This viewing will occur on Thursday, […]

Free and open to the community

A Celebration of Black Icons in Dance

Community Folk Art Center 805 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, NY, United States

Join Classical Dance Trailblazer, Charles Haislah, The Creative Arts Academy, and CFAC-DanceLab for an evening of captivating performances and dance history. This event is free and open to the community!

Free and open to the community

Local, State & National


Resources

Neighborhoods

Features

Contact Us