Spanish III is a continuation of Spanish II that build upon the four essential skills of learning a language, i.e., reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students learn more complex grammatical concepts in a variety of tenses allowing them to communicate on a variety of subjects using more accurate intonation and pronunciation. The course covers topics such as getting around in a city, childhood memories, leisure time, family reunions, and Hispanic cuisine. Students begin reading authentic texts and write about them and other subjects using more complex sentence structures and a more sophisticated vocabulary. They are placed in different sections based on their mastery of the material presented in previous years.