ATTENDS SPANISH CLASS

An adult Spanish class was held recently at the Maysville Public Library. Among those attending were (standing) P.J. Hattaway and Nancy Hembree; and (sitting, L-R) Dynelle Martin, instructor Esther Smith, Randy Sanders, Linda Williams and Tracie Reichel. The class met weekly for almost one year and started with the basics and progressed over the time period until they were approaching conversational Spanish. In this time, they mastered simple present tense. At the last class, each student did a presentation of a Hispanic topic of their choice speaking in Spanish during their oral presentation. The Maysville Public Library will sponsor a second session of Spanish beginning Sept. 14. Those interested in signing up are asked to call 706-652-2323.

The Maysville Public Library recently held an adults Spanish speaking class led by teacher, Esther Smith. The class met weekly for almost one year and started with the basics and progressed over the time period until they were approaching conversational Spanish. In this time, they mastered simple present tense.

At the last class, each student did a presentation of a Hispanic topic of their choice speaking in Spanish during their oral presentation.

Library manager Melanie Weatherby stated, "It was so great to see where they started and how far they came. The class was very engaged and they had an enjoyable, fun time along the way."

The Maysville Public Library will sponsor a second session of Spanish beginning Sept. 14. Those interested in signing up are asked to call 706-652-2323.

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