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I am so screwed for the rest of the semester

OK. OK. OK.

Okay, so while I was working on three Spanish translations and studying for a math and physics test, I found out that I lost my Spanish binder. The binder for the WHOOOOLLLLEEEE semester.

This sucks. Two weeks ago, I had a series of headaches that lasted for like a week. For the past 5 days, I've had such an annoying cold. And now I lost my binder. It's official; my life has turned into one big comedy movie.

Are there any good websites online that I could take Spanish notes from? I hate the thought of failing this course because I lost my binder.

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Well I don't know of anywhere to take notes from, but have you asked any classmates to borrow their notes and copy some down? I'm sure if you explain to some friends what happened they would be more than happy to help you out.

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btw i'm taking spanish ab initio.

And RomoChuck, I did ask some friends if I could copy their notes. But we have a lot of notes :(

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Well, you don't have to write them out...you could just photocopy :) It won't take too long, and you can give your friends their notes back the next day.

If you don't want to photocopy them, then Google is your friend. Keep searching the net, you'll eventually come across something :)

Good Luck!

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Use the YouTube channel tonittofritto; I think that's how its spelt. If you can't find it, just type senor Jordan into YouTube. Go look at his playlists, he has categorized his Spanish videos according to level. Trust me, its a great form of preparation and his videos really helped me. He also has a website which I'm sure you'll find through his YouTube channel. Good luck, have fun....

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spanish ab initio is not that hard - if you get prepared for trabajo escrito & have some basic vocabulary to help you out at prueba uno & your oral exam, you should be fine. search for spanish grammar explainatory sites, that should be enough!

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