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Dr. Barbara Loach explains the subjunctive mood to her Intermediate Spanish I class.


Language learners depend on watching instructors’ rounding lips and twisting tongues to produce new language sounds. Students recreate the foreign syllables modeled before them by examining how mouth-corners curl and teeth hold back air. Their goal is audible speech, but the learning process is riddled with visual cues.

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Cedarville, Cedarville University, COVID, foreign language



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