Introduction to the Spanish Language

Introduction to the Spanish Language
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Bill talks too fast

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How do I get the audio glossary?

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The audio glossary is available at the end of the videos. The ones where this has been included has an extra 10-15 minutes at the end of the regular lecture. For example, you can see this at the end of Lecture 2.

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