FREN 200 Intensive French

Immersion-style French language study at the intermediate level, in a Francophone country. May be used to satisfy the college’s
proficiency requirement in foreign languages.

SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish

Review and continuation of grammar; composition; training for oral proficiency. Reading of modern literary works of Spain and Spanish
America.

RUSS 201 Intermediate Russian

Intermediate grammar and continued training in conversation and composition, supplemented by materials on contemporary developments in russian society.  Reading of Russian texts of graded difficulty, intermediate writing.

FREN 201 Intermediate French

Continued practice and acquisition of the basic language skills: listening, reading, speaking, writing, and cultural proficiency.

CHIN 201 Intermediate Chinese

In addition to the same objectives for the first year, this course aims at improving students’ aural-oral skills to achieve fluency and
comprehension, further developing their proficiency in reading for understanding, and enhancing their ability to write in Chinese and to
translate from Chinese into English and vice versa.

HEBR 201 Intermediate Hebrew

An intermediate course in classical (biblical) Hebrew. The course will focus on translation and interpretation of grammatical forms and
syntax in narrative prose. The sequence of courses through Hebrew 201 will prepare students to read and interpret ancient texts for a
variety of academic and vocational contexts. Offered in alternate years.

LATN 201 Intermediate Latin

This course concludes the elementary language sequence and prepares students for more advanced work in the language. During this
course students will begin making the transition from graded selections in the elementary texts to authentic ancient texts from a variety
of Latin authors and genres from antiquity to the modern period. In addition to developing their ability to comprehend and interpret
ancient texts, students will continue to work on their aural-oral proficiency.

GREK 201 Intermediate Greek

This course concludes the elementary language sequence and prepares students for more advanced work in the language. During this
course, students will make the transition from graded selections in the elementary texts to authentic ancient texts primarily from the fifth
and fourth centuries BCE. In addition to developing their ability to comprehend and interpret ancient texts, students will continue to
work on their aural-oral proficiency.

LATN 202 Latin Rhetoric

In keeping with the pedagogy of the ancient schools of rhetoric, this course will provide an analytic and comprehensive review of the
structures of the language. Students will work toward fluency in reading, composition, and conversation.