This course introduces the student (all ages welcome) to commonly used phrases and words, especially greetings, in over forty different languages. Special emphasis will be on the more commonly used languages in this area such as Spanish, Indian and Korean.
Many languages from Europe, Asia and Africa will be covered. The object of this course is to teach the existing members of our community to positively interact and welcome our newest members. The meaningful but simple approach enables the student to review these languages while exercising on a tread mill or stationary bike, or simply at your leisure.
It is an ideal course for anyone coming into contact with people from foreign countriest such as teachers, administrators, health care providers, sales people, travel agents and world travelers. Many students, especially those majoring in international business, education, health and nursing professions would enhance their resume and thereby greatly increase their career/employment opportunities by learning the material in this course
It is also suggest that you take the course with a spouse or friend. The class will meet at the Community Center.
Dr Ralph Carozza, who designed and developed the program, will instruct the class.
Classes will begin on October 11th, 2012.