Basic Spanish for Getting Along by Ana Jarvis, Raquel Lebredo

By Ana Jarvis, Raquel Lebredo

As a key component to the elemental Spanish sequence, simple Spanish for purchasing alongside is a verbal exchange handbook designed to serve those that search uncomplicated conversational talents in Spanish. Written to be used in semester or three-quarter classes, it offers daily occasions that scholars may perhaps come upon whilst touring or residing in Spanish-speaking international locations or whilst facing Spanish-speaking humans within the usa. easy SPANISH for buying alongside introduces crucial vocabulary and offers scholars with possibilities to use, in a wide selection of functional contexts, the grammatical buildings awarded within the corresponding classes of the fundamental Spanish center textual content. while utilized in mix, easy Spanish and simple SPANISH for buying alongside create an ideal introductory dialog type on the collage point or in grownup schooling sessions.

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The only drinks you have on hand to offer are mineral 3. You and a friend have just finished dinner at a restaurant. You volunteer to pay the bill and suggest that your friend leave the tip. 4. You ask someone whether he/she wants to drink red or white wine. 5. You ask a friend what time he/she returns home (a casa). 6. Someone asks you the time. You say it’s thirteen (minutes) after six. 20 B ASIC S PANISH FOR G ETTING A LONG © 2011 Heinle, Cengage Learning water and iced tea. Nombre Sección Fecha Una actividad especial (A special activity) Organize the class so that three or four students play the roles of waiters and waitresses (the number will depend on class size).

Tu papá es gordo o delgado? 4. ¿Dónde viven tus padres? ¿Tú vives con ellos? 5. ¿Tú das muchas fiestas en tu casa? ¿Das fiestas de Navidad? 6. ¿Vas a una fiesta mañana? ¿Aceptas muchas invitaciones? 7. Generalmente (Generally), ¿vas solo(a) a las fiestas? ¿Y al cine? 8. En una fiesta, ¿tú bailas o conversas? ¿Bailas bien? 9. ¿Tú bebes cerveza, champán o refresco? ¿Bebes ponche? 10. ¿Tú vas a estar en tu casa mañana? 11. ¿Tú asistes a muchas conferencias? ¿Son aburridas? 12. ¿Estás cansado(a) ahora?

No, como guiso. 10. ¿Comen trucha Uds.? j. No, no me gusta la comida alemana. 11. ¿Te gusta la comida china? k. Bien cocido. l. No, comemos atún. © 2011 Heinle, Cengage Learning 12. ¿Ud. come pavo relleno? L ECCIÓN 2: ¡F ELIZ ANIVERSARIO ! 37 Nombre Sección Fecha UN PROVERBIO PARA MEMORIZAR Man does not live by bread alone. No sólo de pan vive el hombre. Entonces debe pagar más. ¡Mozo! ¡En este huevo hay un pollo! © 2011 Heinle, Cengage Learning Pío... 38 B ASIC S PANISH FOR G ETTING A LONG LECCIÓN © Ariel Skelley / Corbis 3 NAVIDAD EN GUATEMALA OBJECTIVES Structures The irregular verbs ir, dar, and estar Ir a 1 infinitive Uses of the verbs ser and estar Contractions Culture: Guatemala Family ties Celebrations Salsa Communication How to describe people and circumstances Exchanges at a party How to discuss plans 39 Nombre Fecha Aprenda estas palabras 1.

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