Spanish conversation demystified / Jenny Petrow and Saskia Gorospe Rombouts
Book | McGraw-Hill | 2010 | 1st ed.
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Edition
1st ed.
Description
xii, 260 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 2 sound discs (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Note
Includes index.
Contents
Introduction
Part One: Basic Communication Skills
Ch.1 Introduction to the Spanish Language
The Spanish You Know -- Pronouncing and Spelling Spanish -- Spanish Grammar Basics
Ch.2 Meeting People
Making Friends -- Introducing People -- Making Small Talk
Ch.3 Talking About Who Is Who
Describing People -- Talking About Different People
Ch.4 Getting Around Town
Asking for Assistance -- Asking for and Giving Directions
Ch.5 Daily Life
Talking About Time and Date -- Navigating a Schedule
Part Two: Intermediate Communication Skills
Ch.6 Talking About People
Talking About Occupations -- Gossiping
Ch.7 Getting in Touch with People
Gathering Information -- Asking People to Do Things
Ch.8 Planning a Trip
Asking for and Giving Advice -- Making Future Plans
Ch.9 Arriving in a New Country
Sharing Experiences -- Asking and Offering Politely
Ch.10 Out on the Town
Talking About the Past -- Talking the Talk
Summary
Spanish Demystified provides you with a solid foundation for building conversation skills in that language. You can go at your own pace as you are guided through the fundamentals of communicating in Spanish. Organized around everyday themes such as meeting people, making plans, and talking on the phone each chapter features an in-depth dialog presented both in the book and on the audio, coverage of essential communication skills (such as asking a question or making comparisons), review of key grammar points, and written and verbal activities to reinforce new communication skills.
25.00 CMM (99-CMM-9)
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Rombouts, Saskia Gorospe.
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