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This free course, Advanced Spanish: Language in context, will develop your knowledge and understanding of the societies and cultures of Spain and Latin America and extend the practical skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course focuses on the many ways in which living languages - notably Spanish - adapt to the contexts in which they are used. Firs
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7.3 Monitoring your progress

Use your records or logbook to help you present a commentary that includes what you did to:

  • obtain the necessary resources and support from others;

  • allocate/negotiate responsibilities;

  • comply with particular requirements, health and safety, company policy, etc;

  • establish and maintain co-operative working relationships;

  • exchange feedback on progress;

  • resolve problems a
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