AQA GCSE Spanish Vocabulary Higher by Ethan1224

Please send details of any mistakes you see in the course or any corrections or recommendations.
Thanks!

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Audio for the course is continually being uploaded, however some levels still have no audio. Hopefully I will be address this soon. Please find below a list of the levels, detailing which have audio and which do not yet - I hope this clears up any confusion.

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Hi, a few possible typos - they mostly relate to possible missing accents.

2 frio
11 dias
19 Columbia Peru America
25 mio
37 reserver
43 biologia
46 examenes
58 tio tia
77 adjectivos
106 acidentes
107 celiacos

Thanks. I’ve just gone through and made the amendments that you suggested.

It might be worth noting, when showing the displayed view, where all of the Spanish translations, some words will be without accents. For this course, I have the ‘strict marking’ turned off, so mistakes with accents will still be marked correct. However, the ‘extra’ translations, don’t seem to allow for this, so I have had to add the ‘non-accent words’ manually.

Thanks,
Ethan

Cool.

Just curious - is there a reason why you set up the course so that the learner doesn’t have to type in the articles for nouns? (The learner won’t automatically be tested on the genders as a result.)

Also, what’s the source of the vocabulary? Again, just curious.

Originally this course was just meant to be solely for myself, as a GCSE Spanish student, so I tailored it to fit my needs primarily. But now of course the whole school and other people are using it!

I didn’t like other courses that I’d seen and tried where you had to enter the articles, because there usually seemed to be an ambiguity as to whether the definite or indefinite article should be entered.

Also generally I can identify the correct gender of a word 99% of the time. I know all the rules, exceptions etc. and finally, I think the course is more useful for listening/reading purposes (identifying language) as opposed to speaking/writing (producing language) and therefore the gender is irrelevant in this case

The vocabulary comes from our Viva! AQA GCSE Spanish (9-1) Textbook

Hope that helps. Thanks,
Ethan

Thanks for the detailed explanation, and good luck with your Spanish learning!

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