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By Joy Renjilian-Burgy

Caminos, 3rd variation, promotes and conjures up language studying by way of exposing starting Spanish scholars to the variety of cultures and language within the Spanish-speaking international. Caminos fosters talking, listening, studying, and writing abilities inside of a hugely motivating and content-rich cultural context. significant and important vocabulary and grammar offer structural and thematic frameworks, which spiral in the course of the Caminos application. The program's systematic pacing and recycling of fabric helps scholars as they strengthen their functions from description to narration to research and argumentation in Spanish. scholars of various backgrounds and a while in addition to those that have diverse studying types all event linguistic development and cultural acquisition via either written and oral actions.

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A. delgado y guapo. b. gordo y guapo. 3. ¿Dónde es la excavación? a. en Puebla b. en San Antonio 4. La excavación es... a. una oportunidad terrible. b. una oportunidad increíble. 5. Adriana es... a. organizada. b. desorganizada. 6. El viaje a Puebla... a. es muy largo. b. no es muy largo. 2 Situaciones. Role-play one of these situations with a classmate. 1. Adriana asks three persons whether they are Felipe´s friends. 2. Felipe and Adriana talk about the excavation and their trip to Puebla. 3 Escritura.

Chao. —Good night. —Good night. See you tomorrow. —Good-bye. See you soon. —Bye. Note: Buenos días is normally used from sunrise to noon; buenas tardes from noon through approximately suppertime; and buenas noches after the evening meal. html. You can also review audio flashcards, quiz yourself, and explore related Spanish-language sites. ¿Día, tarde o noche? Indicate whether you would say “Buenos días,” 1 “Buenas tardes,” or “Buenas noches” in each of the following situations. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. You see a friend at an afternoon matinée.

El gusto es mío. está / están Hasta mañana. Igualmente. Lo siento. Me llamo... Mucho gusto. Muy bien, gracias. Muy mal, bastante mal. Nada en particular. ¿por qué? porque ¿qué? ¿Qué hay de nuevo? ¿Qué tal? ¿quién/es? ¿Verdad? ¿Y usted? / ¿Y tú? 14 catorce ᭤ Unidad preliminar Good-bye. Pretty well, thanks. Welcome! Good evening. / Good night. Good afternoon. Good morning. Bye. how? How are you? What’s your name? , what? when? , how many? where? The pleasure is mine. is, are See you tomorrow. Likewise.

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