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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780395962770

ISBN10:
0395962773
Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
HM

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Table of Contents

CAPITULO PRELIMINAR La vida universitaria 1(318)
Introducing Yourself and Others
2(1)
Obtaining and Giving Information About Class Schedules
Las materias academicas
3(1)
Telling Time
4(2)
Expressing Likes and Dislikes
Gustar and Other Verbs
6(2)
Describing People, Places, and Things
Use and Formation of Descriptive Adjectives
8(3)
Expressing Future Actions
Ir a + Infinitive and the Present Tense
11(1)
Comprension oral: La facultad
12(4)
Nuestras costumbres
16(23)
Comprension oral: Una cuestion de identidad
17(1)
Narrating in the Present (Part One)
Regular and Irregular Verbs
18(3)
Expressing the Duration of an Action
21(1)
Stem-Changing Verbs in the Present
22(4)
Discussing Plans
26(1)
Quisiera, me gustaria, tener que, and deber
26(2)
Describing People
El arbol genealogico de Valeria
28(2)
Las ocupaciones
30(2)
Descripcion fisica
32(2)
Avioding Redundancies
Subject and Direct-Object Pronouns
34(5)
Recycled Material: The Present Indicative; Verbs Like Gustar
La vida cotidiana
39(26)
Comprension oral: La invitacion para esta noche
40(1)
Narrating in the Present (Part Two)
Reflexive Pronouns
41(2)
More Verbs That Need Reflexive Pronouns
43(3)
Describing Actions in Progress: Estar + Present Participle
46(2)
Repetitive or Continuous Actions
48(2)
continua/sigue/etc. + present participle
Describing and Comparing
Las prendas de vestir
50(4)
The Past Participle as an Adjective
54(2)
The Comparative
56(2)
The Superlative
58(3)
Obtaining and Giving Information
¿Que? and ¿cual?
61(4)
Recycled Material: Academic Subjects; Descriptive Adjectives; Ir a + Infinitive; The Present Indicative of Regular and Irregular Verbs; Telling Time; Verbs Like Gustar
Los conquistadores espanoles
65(20)
Comprension oral: Un anuncio historico
66(1)
Narrating in the Past (Part One)
The Preterit
67(5)
Meanings Conveyed by Certain Verbs
72(2)
Indicating When Actions Took Place: Time Expressions
74(2)
anoche, ayer, etc.
hace + period of time + que + preterit
por/durante + period of time
Indicating Sequence: Adverbs of Time
primero, luego, etc.
76(2)
Past Actions That Preceded Other Past Actions: The Pluperfect
78(2)
La conquista
80(1)
Stating Time and Age in the Past
The Imperfect
81(4)
Recycled Material: The Present Indicative; Telling Time
La America precolombina
85(26)
Comprension oral: La leyenda del maiz
86(1)
Narrating in the Past (Part Two)
Preterit and Imperfect: Part One
87(4)
Preterit and Imperfect: Part Two
91(4)
Preterit and Imperfect: Part Three
95(4)
Expressing Changes in Physical, Mental, or Social States
99(2)
Describing People and Things
Descriptive Adjectives
101(1)
Ser and estar + Adjective
102(3)
Indicating the Beneficiary of an Action
The Indirect Object
105(6)
Recycled Material: Descriptive Adjectives; The Present Indicative; The Present Progressive; The Preterit; Time Expressions; Clothing
El buen paladar
111(25)
Comprension oral: ¿De donde es esa fruta?
112(2)
Influencing, Suggesting, Persuading, and Advising
The Present Subjunctive
114(5)
Giving Indirect Commands and Information: Decir que + Subjunctive or Indicative
119(2)
Giving Direct Commands
Affirmative and Negative Commands with Ud. and Uds
121(2)
Affirmative and Negative Commands with tu and vosotros
123(4)
Discussing Food
La comida
127(3)
Informing and Giving Instructions
Impersonal and Passive se
130(6)
Recycled Material: The Imperfect; Direct-Object Pronouns; Indirect-Object Pronouns; The Preterit; Stem-Changing and Reflexive Verbs in the Present Indicative
Nuevas democracias
136(26)
Comprension oral: La democracia y su futuro
137(1)
Expressing Feelings, Emotions, and Opinions About Present, Future, and Past Events
The Present Subjunctive
138(4)
The Present Perfect Subjunctive
142(5)
La politica
147(3)
Expressing Belief, Doubt, and Denial About Present, Future, and Past Events
150(5)
Expressing Abstract Ideas
Lo + Adjective and lo que
155(1)
Forming Complex Sentences
The Relative Pronouns que and quien
156(2)
The Relative Pronouns el que and el cual
158(4)
Recycled Material: The Imperfect; The Present Indicative; The Preterit; Ser and Estar + Adjective
Nuestro medio ambiente
162(26)
Comprension oral: Unas vacaciones diferentes
163(1)
Affirming and Negating
164(4)
Describing the Unknown
The Subjunctive in Adjective Clauses
168(5)
Expressing Pending Actions (Part One)
The Subjunctive in Adverbial Clauses
173(5)
Discussing Adventure Travel and the Environment
Deportes
178(1)
El medio ambiente
178(3)
Avoiding Redundancies
Double Object Pronouns
181(3)
More Uses of Relative Pronouns
The Relative Pronouns quien, el que, lo que, and lo cual
184(4)
Recycled Material: Famil and Occupation Related Vocabulary; The Imperfect; The Present Indicative; Lo + Adjective; The Present Subjunctive to Express Doubt and Influence; The Present Perfect Subjunctive; the Preterit
Hablemos de trabajo
188(22)
Comprension oral: Un Trabajo en el extranjero
189(1)
Expressing Pending Actions (Part Two)
The Subjunctive in Other Adverbial Clauses
190(6)
Narrating in the Past
Discussing the Past with Present Relevance: The Present Perfect
196(3)
El trabajo
199(3)
Expressing Choice and Negation O...o, ni...ni, ni siquiera
202(1)
Indicating Cause, Purpose, and Destination Por and para
203(3)
Describing Reciprocal Actions
Se/Nos/Os + Plural Verb Forms
206(4)
Recycled Material: Ir a + Infinitive; The Present Indicative; The Present Subjunctive to Describe the Unknown and to Express Influence and Doubt; The Preterit; The Pluperfect; Negative Words
Es una obra de arte
210(23)
Comprension oral: Entrevista a una experta en artesanias
211(1)
Expressing Past Influence, Emotions, and Other Feelings and Reactions
The Imperfect Subjunctive
212(6)
Reporting What Someone Said (Part One)
Reported Speech
218(3)
Pedir and preguntar
221(2)
Discussing Art
El arte
223(4)
Shifting the Focus in a Sentence
The Passive Voice
227(2)
Using Transitional Phrases
Expressions with por
229(4)
Recycled Material: The Imperfect; The Present Indicative; The Present Perfect; The Present Perfect Subjunctive; The Present Subjunctive to Describe the Unknown and to Express Doubt and Influence; The Preterit
Matrimonios y algo mas
233(21)
Comprension oral: ¡Que vivan los novios!
234(1)
Stating Future Actions
The Future Tense
235(3)
Expressing Conditions, Giving Advice, and Making Requests
The Conditional Tense
238(3)
Expressing Probability
The Future and Conditional Tenses
241(2)
Discussing Societal Issues
La sociedad
243(4)
Reporting What Someone Said (Part Two)
Reported Speech
247(1)
Hypothesizing About the Future and the Present Si Clauses
248(6)
Recycled Material: The Imperfect; The Present Indicative; The Present Perfect; The Present Subjunctive to Describe the Unknown and to Express Doubt; The Preterit
Drogas y violencia
254(21)
Comprension oral: ¿Coca o cocaina?
255(1)
Hypothesizing About the Future and the Past
The Future Perfect and the Conditional Perfect
256(3)
Si Clauses
259(4)
Expressing Past Influence, Emotions, and Other Feelings and Reactions
The Pluperfect Subjunctive
263(1)
Discussing Crime and Violence
Delitos y consecuencias
264(5)
Expressing Accidental or Unintentional Occurrences
Unintentional se
269(2)
Linking Ideas
Pero, sino, and sino que
271(1)
Aunque, como, and donde
272(3)
Recycled Material: The Imperfect; The Imperfect Subjunctive; The Conditional; The Preterit
La comunidad latina en los Estados Unidos
275(44)
Comprension oral: Un poema
276(3)
Discussing Immigration
La mmigracion
279(2)
Using the Infinitive
Review and Other Uses of the Infinitive
281(2)
Narrating and Describing in the Past, Present, and Future (A Review)
283(1)
Discussing the Past
284(5)
Discussing the Present
289(5)
Discussing the Future
294(6)
Recycled Material: All Tenses and Moods
Reference Section
Appendix A: Formation of Tenses
300(11)
Appendix B: Gender of Nouns
311(1)
Appendix C: Position of Object Pronouns
312(2)
Appendix D: Accentuation and Syllabication
314(2)
Appendix E: Thematic Vocabulary
316(3)
Spanish-English Vocabulary 319(11)
Index 330(4)
Permissions and Credits 334


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