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By Consuelo de AndrA©s MartA­nez, Eugenia Ariza Bruce, Christine Cook, Isabel DA­ez-Bonet, Anthony Trip

This in depth direction is expressly designed to guide the grownup newbie to a accomplished wisdom of Spanish, giving balanced cognizance to the 4 key language talents. The direction contains caliber audio fabrics recorded by way of local audio system, grammar-acquisition routines which facilitate self reliant examine, and actual written fabrics to enhance vital receptive abilities and inspire the transition to self sufficient studying. It additionally positive aspects an abundance of pair and crew actions perfect for school room use, in addition to teacher's guidance. in accordance with a method of Spanish simply understood via such a lot audio system, the path clarifies the most transformations among peninsular and Latin American types and utilization.

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Our mothers are blond. Better, worse, older, younger Mejor, peor, mayor, menor Some adjectives have irregular comparative forms: mejor = better, peor = worse, mayor = older, menor = younger. Mi madre es mayor que mi padre. My mother is older than my father. ) For other comparatives and superlatives see Unit 9. 6. Asking a question Como ´ hacer una pregunta Words used for asking a question in Spanish bear a written accent on the syllable that is stressed. ) Some of these words are pronouns and can be singular or plural: ¿Qui´en es aquella chica?

Madrid. La cat´olica. El euro. ¡Ojo! What is / which is . .? = ¿Cual ´ es . .? ✍ c. Bas´andote en este texto, escribe algo sobre tu pa´ıs. based on this text. Write a description of your country 2. Los vecinos de la Calle Mayor The people who live in the Calle Mayor a. Identifica los datos de cinco personas que viven en la Calle Mayor – el nombre, el apellido, la edad, la profesi´on, la nacionalidad y la direcci´on. Note down the details of five people living in the Calle Mayor – their Christian/first name, surname/last name, age, job, nationality and address.

D. e. f. ✍ ¿Eres de Madrid? ¿Eres ingl´es? Mira, te presento a Juan. ¿De d´onde eres? Hola, soy Marta. ¡Hasta luego, Juan! i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Match the phrases Mucho gusto. Hola ¿qu´e tal? De Valladolid. No, soy de Salamanca. ¡Hasta luego! S´ı, de Londres. 6. Los saludos y las despedidas Saying ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ a. Saluda a: Say hello to: i. m. ¡Hola! Buenos d´ıas. ii. m. b. Desp´ıdete de: Say goodbye to: i. un amigo (you are seeing him later in the bar) ii. la secretaria del departamento (you are seeing her tomorrow) ✍ 7.

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