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Conversational Spanish II
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Memorias de la Niñez (Childhood Memories)
- Narrate in the two past tenses.
- Chapter 8: Apply basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary principles to childhood memories.
- Describe your childhood.
- Describe what you did in the imperfect (the second past tense).
- State what is done or was done using the impersonal se.
- Compare and contrast the two past tenses (the preterite and the imperfect).
- Describe your vacation.
- Describe what you know using saber and conocer.
- Use direct object pronouns.
- Chapter 7: Apply basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary principles to travel discussions.
- Describe what you did in the preterite (simple past tense).
- Chapter 9: Apply basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary principles to eating activities.
- Describe food and drink at a restaurant and in the market.
- Express your likes and dislikes using gustar.
- Make polite requests using the conditional.
- Make resolutions using the future tense.
En el médico – At the Doctor
- Give advice using commands in the usted and ustedes forms.
- Describe the body and your symptoms.
- Give advice using commands in the tú form.
- Make suggestions with reflexive verbs and stem-changing verbs.
- Express doubt using the subjunctive.
- Chapter 10: Apply basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary principles to healthcare scenarios.
En el Trabajo – At Work
- Chapter 11: Apply basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary principles to work life.
- Describe your work experience and skills.
- Give explanations using the prepositions por and para.
- Use past participles as adjectives.
- Talk about experiences using the present perfect.
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