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Sp Ab Initio: How do you interpret the Specific syllabus?

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Approximately how much do you have to know apart from what is stated in the specific syllabus for spanish?

It's hard to know when it looks like this, for instance:

ASPECTO Y PERSONALIDAD
Descripción física alto...; cara (ojos…); colores…; pelo (largo…); peso…
Ropa camisa, pantalones…; llevar…; informal…, a rayas…
Carácter simpático, hablador…
Sentimientos esperar…; estar de buen humor…; sonreír…

Edited by stylusdef

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I think the syllabus is pretty clear when it says that.

1. Learn physical descriptions
2. Name of clothes, and type of clothes.
3. Character descriptions
4. Sentiments

Even though you think all this is vague, it all helps at the time of the exam.

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You're best off knowing a lot of them so that it shows a varied vocabulary in your exam.

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