Basic Spanish for getting along / Ana C. Jarvis, Raquel Lebredo.

Nā: Jarvis, Ana C.
Kaituhi: Lebredo, Raquel.
Momo rauemi: materialTypeLabelPukapukaSeries: Basic Spanish series: Kaiwhakaputa: Boston, Mass. : Heinle Cengage Learning, c2011Edition: 2nd ed.Whakaahuatanga: xv, 349 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780495902676 (pbk.); 0495902675 (pbk.).Ngā marau: Spanish language -- Conversation and phrase books -- English | Spanish language -- Grammar -- Problems, exercises, etc
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B BASIC SPANISH FOR GETTING ALONG asic Spanish for Getting Along is a communication worktext that applies the grammar learned in Basic Spanish and puts it to practical use. The worktext presents realistic situations a learner could encounter in everyday life with dialogue completions, role plays, and realia-based activities. Basic Spanish for Getting Along contains two Lecciones preliminares(preliminary lessons), twenty lessons and four review sections (Repasos) to correlate with the Basic Spanish core text in structure and content. The second edition boasts a rich media package that allows students to access everything they need for their Spanish course. The Basic Spanish Resource Center houses a plethora of student and instructor assets including in-text audio MP3s, cultural activities, video based grammar tutorials, chapter quizzes, PowerPoint slides, in-text answer keys and much, much more! This invaluable product lets students complete worktext activities online while accessing the Basic Spanish eBook. iLrn offers diagnostic tests with auto-generate study plans so students can gauge their progress and focus their studies on their weak areas.

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  • Preface
  • Lecci?n preliminar
  • I Conversacionesbreves
  • Structures
  • 1 Greetings and farewells
  • 2 Cardinal numbers 0-39
  • 3 The alphabet
  • 4 Days of the week
  • 5 Months of the year
  • 6 Colors
  • Communication: Greetings and farewells
  • Polite expressions
  • Days of the week
  • Months of the year
  • Culture: How to address and greet people
  • Names and surnames
  • Lecci?n preliminar
  • II En el club
  • Structures
  • 1 Gender and number
  • 2 The definite and indefinite articles
  • 3 Subject pronouns
  • 4 The present indicative of ser
  • 5 Uses of hay
  • 6 Cardinal numbers 40-299
  • Communication: Answering the phone
  • Inquiring about origin
  • Discussing quantities Culture: Different ways to answer the phone according to countries
  • How to address adults with respect
  • Lecci?n 1 En el restaurante Don Pepe, en Madrid
  • Structures
  • 1 The present indicative of regular -ar verbs
  • 2 Interrogative and negative sentences
  • 3 Forms and position of adjectives
  • 4 Telling time
  • 5 Cardinal numbers 300-1,000
  • Communication: How to order a meal
  • Asking for the check and discussing method of payment
  • Culture: Espa?a
  • Eating habits in Spanish-speaking countries
  • Methods of payment
  • Lecci?n 2 ?Feliz aniversario! Structures
  • 1 Agreement of adjectives, nouns, and adjectives
  • 2 The present indicative of regular -er and -ir verbs
  • 3 Possession with de
  • 4 Possessive adjectives
  • 5 The personal a
  • Communication: More restaurants and eating out
  • Culture: M?xico
  • Mealtime customs
  • Godparents
  • Lecci?n 3 Navidad en Guatemala
  • Structures
  • 1 The irregular verbs ir, dar, and estar
  • 2 Ir a+ infinitive
  • 3 Uses of the verbs ser and estar
  • 4 Contractions
  • Communication: How to describe people and circumstances
  • Exchanges at a party
  • How to discuss plans Culture: Guatemala
  • Family ties
  • Celebrations
  • Salsa
  • Lecci?n 4 En el hotel
  • Structures
  • 1 The irregular verbs tener and venir
  • 2 Expressions with tener
  • 3 Comparative forms
  • 4 Irregular comparative forms
  • Communication: Discussing accommodations and prices at a hotel - Getting additional information
  • Culture: Honduras y El Salvador
  • Types of hotels in Latin America
  • The naming of children
  • Lecci?n 5 De vacaciones en Managua
  • Structures
  • 1 Stem-changing verbs (e:ie)
  • 2 Some uses of the definite article
  • 3 The present progressive
  • 4 Ordinal numbers
  • Communication: How to discuss prices and accommodations at a boarding house
  • Errands and excursions while travelling
  • Culture: Nicaragua
  • Meals - Boarding houses in the Hispanic world
  • Repaso Lecciones 1-5
  • Lecci?n 6 En una pensi?n en San Jos?
  • Structures
  • 1 Stem-changing verbs (o:ue)
  • 2 Affirmative and negative expressions
  • 3 Pronouns as object of a preposition
  • 4 Direct object pronouns Communication: Commenting on accommodations at a boarding house
  • Making plans
  • Culture: Costa Rica
  • Living arrangements for students
  • Pharmacies in the Hispanic world
  • Lecci?n 7 ?Buen viaje! Structures
  • 1 Stem-changing verbs (e:i)
  • 2 Irregular first-person forms
  • 3 Saber contrasted with conocer
  • 4 Indirect object pronouns
  • Communication: How to make travel arrangements and get information about travelling
  • Culture: Puerto Rico
  • Travelling to Cuba
  • Lecci?n 8 Los deportes y las actividades al aire libre
  • Structures
  • 1 Pedir contrasted with preguntar
  • 2 Special construction with gustar, doler, and hacer falta
  • 3 Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns
  • 4 Direct and indirect object pronouns used together
  • Communication: Planning outdorr activities and talking about sports
  • Culture: Rep?blica Dominicana
  • Soccer and baseball in the Hispanic world
  • Lecci?n 9 Un d?a con Adela y Mario
  • Structures
  • 1 Possessive pronouns
  • 2 Reflexive constructions
  • 3 Command forms: Ud. and Uds
  • 4 Uses of object pronouns with command forms
  • Communication: How to talk about daily routine
  • At the hairdresser
  • Getting ready to go out
  • Culture: Venezuela
  • Women in Hispanic countries
  • American products in Spain and Latin America
  • Popular forms of entertainment
  • Lecci?n 10 Los quehaceres de casa
  • Structures
  • 1 The preterit of regular verbs
  • 2 The preterit of ser, ir and dar
  • 3 Uses of por and para
  • 4 Seasons of the year and weather expressions Communication: How to talk about what took place
  • How to talk about household chores Culture: Colombia
  • Coffee in social situations
  • Markets and supermarkets in the Hispanic world
  • Repaso Lecciones 6-10
  • Lecci?n 11 Hoy tenemos mucho que hacer
  • Structures
  • 1 Time expressions with hacer
  • 2 Irregular preterits
  • 3 The preterit of stem-changing verbs (e:i and o:u)
  • 4 Command forms: t? Communication: How to talk about the preparation of meals
  • More about household chores
  • Culture: Ecuador
  • Women's and men's roles - Nicknames
  • Lecci?n 12 Un matrimonio peruano va de compras
  • Structures
  • 1 En and a as equivalents of at
  • 2 The imperfect tense
  • 3 The past progressive
  • 4 The preterit contrasted with the imperfect Communication: Shopping for clothes
  • Culture: Per?
  • Different ways of shopping in the Hispanic world
  • Lecci?n 13 En una tienda por departamentos en La Paz
  • Structures
  • 1 Changes in meaning with the imperfect and preterit of conocer, saber, and querer
  • 2 Hace meaning ago
  • 3 Uses of se 4. ?Qu?? and ?Cu?l? used with ser
  • Communication: More about shopping: clothes, shoes, jewelery
  • Culture: Bolivia
  • Stores in Hispanic cities
  • Lecci?n 14 Problemas con el coche
  • Structures
  • 1 The past participle
  • 2 The present perfect tense
  • 3 The past perfect (pluperfect) tense
  • Communication: How to deal with situations related to automobiles
  • Culture: Paraguay
  • The use of the automobile in the Hispanic world
  • Lecci?n 15 Alquilando un coche
  • Structures
  • 1 The future tense
  • 2 The conditional tense
  • 3 Some uses of the prepositions a, de, and en
  • Communication: How to discuss car rental
  • Culture: Chile
  • The metric system - Driving in Spain and Latin America
  • Repaso Lecciones 11-15
  • Lecci?n 16 De viaje
  • Structures
  • 1 The present subjunctive
  • 2 The subjunctive with verbs of volition
  • 3 The absolute superlative
  • Communication: Travelling by train and by bus
  • Culture: Argentina
  • Seasons and climates
  • Lecci?n 17 En la sala de emergencias
  • Structures
  • 1 The subjunctive to express emotion
  • 2 The subjunctive with some impersonal expressions
  • 3 Formation of adverbs
  • Communication: How to talk about medical emergencies and doctor's recommendations
  • Culture: Uruguay
  • Hospitals and medical care in the Hispanic world
  • Lecci?n 18 En la Universidad
  • Structures
  • 1 The subjunctive to express doubt, disbelief, and denial
  • 2 The subjunctive to express indefiniteness and nonexistence
  • 3 Diminutive suffixes Communication: How to talk about college life
  • Culture: Los puertorrique?os
  • The educational system in Spain and Latin America
  • Lecci?n 19 La se?ora Duarte est? enferma
  • Structures
  • 1 The subjunctive after certain conjunctions
  • 2 The present perfect subjunctive
  • 3 Uses of the present perfect subjunctive Communication: How to discuss health problems with the doctor
  • Culture: Los mexicanoamericanos
  • More about health care in the Hispanic world
  • Lecci?n 20 Haciendo diligencias
  • Structures
  • 1 The imperfect subjunctive
  • 2 Uses of the imperfect subjunctive
  • 3 If clauses
  • Communication: At the post office and at the bank
  • Culture: Los cubanoamericanos
  • National currencies of different Spanish-speaking countries Repaso Lecciones 16-20
  • Appendix A Introduction to Spanish Sounds and the Alphabet
  • Appendix B Verbs
  • Appendix C Useful Classroom Expressions
  • Appendix D Weights and Measures
  • Spanish-English Vocabulary
  • English-Spanish Vocabulary

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