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Spanish Language Speaking Prompts: 2012

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The following MP3 files contain the recorded directions and questions for the Speaking part of the 2012 AP Spanish Language Exam.

Presentational Writing: Listening Source 3
Speaking General Directions
Interpersonal Speaking: Simulated Conversation
Presentational Speaking: Oral Presentation
Speaking End Directions

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