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Table of Contents

Lección preliminar: ¡Aquí estamos!
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Me llamo… (Meeting and Greeting People: Introductions)
Vistazo cultural: Los saludos
Gramática: Soy de México. (Expressing Origin: Introduction to ser)
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Las materias (Talking About Majors and Classes: School Subjects)
Gramática: El cálculo y las matemáticas (Naming Things: Articles, Gender, and Plurality)
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: En la sala de clase (Talking About People and Things in the Classroom and on Campus: Classroom Objects)
Gramática: Están aquí. (Expressing Location: Introduction to estar)
De Sol y viento
Enfoque lingüístico: Two Verbs that Mean the Same Thing?
Sol y viento Prólogo: Los espíritus
Resumen de vocabulario
La llegada
Sobre los horarios
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Llevo quince créditos Talking About Your Course Load: Numbers 0-30
Vistazo cultural: Los cursos y los créditos
Gramática: ¿Estudio y trabajo? Talking About Activities: Regular -ar Verbs
De Sol y viento
Enfoque lingüístico: The Importance (or Not) of Inflections
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Los días de la semana More About Schedules: Days of the Week
Vistazo cultural: Los calendarios
Gramática: Necesito estudiar. Talking about Needing or Wanting to Do Something: Verb + Infinitive
De Sol y viento
Sol y viento: Enfoque cultural
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: ¿A qué hora? Talking About When You Do Things: Telling Time
Vistazo cultural: De 0:00 a 24:00
Gramática: Es mi libro. Talking About Ownership: Unstressed Possessive Adjectives
De Sol y viento
Vistazo cultural: Los dialectos
Sol y viento: A primera vista
Antes de ver el episodio
Después de ver el episodio Resumen de vocabulario
Más sobre las actividades
Primera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Cuándo? Asking Questions: Summary of Interrogative Words
Gramática: ¿Dónde vives? More on Activities and Schedules: Present Tense of Regular -er and -ir Verbs
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: ¡Hace calor en junio! Talking About Times of the Year: Months, Weather, Seasons
Gramática: ¿Vas a estudiar esta noche? Expressing Future Events: ir + a + infinitive
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: Es un hombre serio. Describing Personalities: Adjectives
Gramática: Es una mujer seria. More on Describing People: Adjective Placement and Agreement
El encuentro
En la universidad y la ciudad
Primera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Cuántos años tiene? Expressing Age: Numbers 31-100
Gramática: Vengo de los Estados Unidos. More on Talking About Activities: Verbs that End in -go
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: ¿Está lejos o cerca? Expressing Where Things and Places Are Located: Prepositions of Location
Gramática: ¿Dónde estás y qué estás haciendo? Two Uses of estar
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: Tengo que ir al banco. Talking About Where you Do Things: Places in the City
Gramática: Puedo caminar. More on Talking About Activities: o -->ue, e --> ie Stem-Changing Verbs
¡Vamos de compras!
Primera parte
Vocabulario: La ropa Talking About What People Wear: Clothing
Gramática: Debo seguir More on Talking About People’s Activities: e -->i Stem-Changing Verbs
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Hay doscientas blusas rojas. More on Describing: Colors; Numbers 100-1,000
Gramática: ¿Qué es esto? Pointing Things Out: Demosntrative Adjectives and Pronouns
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: De compras Talking About Buying Things: Vocabulary Related to Shopping
Gramática: Está bien. Talking About Expected and Unexpected Qualities: More on ser and estar
A la viña
La familia
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Mi familia Describing Families: Members of the Immediate Family; Pets
Gramática: Conozco a la familia. ¿Sabes dónde están? Expressing Knowledge or Familiarity: Saber and conocer; Verbs that End in -zco
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Los otros parientes More on Describing Families: Extended Family Members
Gramática: ¿La conoce? Eliminating Redundancy: Direct Object Pronouns
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: No es muy alto. Describing How People Look: Physical Traits
Gramática: Es más alto que yo. More on Describing People and Things: Comparisons of Equality and Inequality
¡A comer!
Primera parte
Vocabulario: El desayuno Talking About What You Eat in the Morning: Breakfast
Gramática: No lo sé tampoco. Expressing Negation: Indefinite and Negative Words
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: El almuerzo y la merienda Talking About What You Eat During the Day: Lunch and Snacking
Gramática: Está muy serio. Talking About Conditions and Traits: Ser Versus estar with Adjectives
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: La cena Talking About What You Eat at Night: Dinner
Gramática: ¿Le gusta el vino? Talking About To Whom and For Whom: Indirect Object Pronouns and gustar
Otro encuentro
Cuando no trabajo…
Primera parte
Vocabulario: El tiempo libre Talking About What You Do When You Don’t Study or Work: Pastime Activities
Gramática: Lo pasé muy bien. Introduction to Talking About the Past: Preterite Tense of Regular -ar Verbs
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: El ejercicio y el gimnasio Talking More About Leisure Time Activities: Vocabulary Related to Sports and Fitness
Gramática: Volví tarde. More on Talking About the Past: Preterite of Regular -er and -ir Verbs
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Cuándo celebras tu cumpleaños? Talking About Special Events: Special Occasions and Holidays
Gramática: ¿Qué hiciste? More on Talking About the Past: Irregular Preterite Forms
En casa
Primera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Dónde vives? Talking About Buildings and Where People Live:
Vocabulary Related to Dwellings and Buildings
Gramática: No durmió bien. More on Talking About the Past: e--> i, o --> u Preterite Stem Changes
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Es mi sillón favorito. Talking About Things in the House: Vocabulary Related to Furniture and Rooms
Gramática: Me conozco bien. Talking About What People Do to and for Themselves: True Reflexive Constructions
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Te gusta lavar la ropa? Talking About Domestic Tasks: Domestic Chores and Routines
Gramática: ¿Para mí? Talking About What Something Is For: Introduction to por Versus para
Un día perfecto
La tecnología y yo
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Mi computadora Talking About Everyday Technology: Vocabulary Related to Computers and Computer Use
Gramática: ¡Me fascina! More on Talking About Likes and Dislikes: Verbs Like gustar
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Mi celular Talking About Reliance on Technology: Vocabulary Related to Electronic Devices
Gramática: Ya te lo dije. More on Avoiding Redundancy: Double-Object Pronouns
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: Mi niñez y juventud Talking About When You Were Younger: Typical Childhood and Adolescent Activities
Gramática: ¿En qué trabajabas? Talking About What You Used to Do: Introduction to the Imperfect Tense
Érase una vez…
Primera parte
Vocabulario: En 1972… Expressing Years: Numbers 1,000 - 2,000,000
Gramática: ¿Qué hacías cuando te llamé? More on Talking About the Past: Contrasting the Preterite and Imperfect
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Durante la gerra… Talking About Historical Events: Important Events and Occurrences
Gramática: ¡No lo sabía! More on Talking About the Past: More on Using the Preterite and Imperfect Together
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: Me gradué en 2000. Talking About Special Events: Personal Events, Triumphs, and Failures
Gramática: Tenía 30 años cuando nació mi primer hijo. More on Talking About the Past: Summary of the Preterite and Imperfect
Vamos al extranjero
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Para hacer viajes Talking About Taking Trips and Traveling: Travel Vocabulary
Gramática: Vuelva Ud. mañana. Giving Instructions: Affirmative Formal Commands
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: ¿Cómo llego? How to Get from Here to There: Giving and Receiving Directions
Gramática: ¡No vuelvan tarde! More on Giving Instructions: Negative Formal Commands
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: En el restaurante Ordering Meals in a Restaurant: Dining Out
Gramática: ¡Lo he pasado muy bien! Taking About What Has Happened: Introduction to the Present Perfect
La naturaleza y el medio ambiente
Primera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Cómo es el paisaje? Talking About the Natural World: Geography and Geographical Features
Gramática: ¡Ten paciencia! More on Giving Instructions: Affirmative Informal Commands
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: El medio ambiente Talking About the Environment: Environmental and Ecological Matters
Gramática: ¡No me hables! More on Giving Instructions: Negative Informal Commands
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: De vacaciones More on Talking About Trips: Activities to Do While on Vacation
Gramática: Es el más guapo de todos. Expressing The Most and The Least: Superlatives
Bajo el sol
¿Cómo te sientes?
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Estoy tenso. Talking About Feelings and Mental Conditions: Describing Emotions
Gramática: ¿Cómo se siente? Talking About Reactions and Changes of Emotion: Pseudo-Reflexive Verbs
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Estoy un poco enfermo. Talking about Health: Parts of the Body and Physical Health
Gramática: Estaban contentos, ¿no? More on Talking About States of Being in the Past: Review of the Imperfect
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: Me duele la garganta. Telling the Doctor How You Feel: In the Doctor’s Office
Gramática: Hace dos años que se me rompió el brazo. Talking About When Something Happened: Hacer in Expressions of Time
Los demás y yo
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Te tengo mucho cariño. Talking About How You Feel About Someone: Vocabulary Related to Feelings
Gramática: Se conocen bien. Talking About What People Do to and for Each Other: Reciprocal Reflexives
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Eres muy romántico. More on Describing People’s Traits: Describing People
Gramática: Espero que sea divertido. Talking About Your Wishes and Desires: Introduction to the Subjunctive
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: ¡Me engaño! Talking About Good and Bad Relationships: More on Relationships
Gramática: A menos que no quieras… Talking About Contingencies and Conditions: Obligatory Subjunctive
Sin alternativa
El dinero y las finanzas
Primera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Cómo manejas el dinero? Talking About Money: Your Personal Finances
Gramática: Ver es creer. Progressive Versus Infinitives
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Las deudas Talking About Payments, Loans, and Debts: More on Personal Finances
Gramática: ¿Qué harías? Talking About What You Would Do: Introduction to the Conditional
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: La economía Talking About the Economy: Local and World Markets
Gramática: Si tuviera más dinero… Expressing Hypothetical Events: Contrary-to-Fact Statements; Introduction to the Imperfect Subjunctive
Los medios de comunicación
Primera parte
Vocabulario: ¿Cómo te informas? Getting Information: Talking About Current Events
Gramática: Te llamó por teléfono. Talking About How You Do Something: Por and para: A Summary
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: No me convence. Talking About the Media and How You Perceive It: Functions of the Media
Gramática: Dudo que lo sepa. Expressing Disbelief: Subjunctive of Doubt, Denial, and Uncertainty
Tercera parte
Vocabulario: La responsabilidad cívica Talking About Being a Valuable Member of Society: Civic Duty and Citizenship
Gramática: ¿Qué quieres que haga? Talking About What You Want to Happen: Subjunctive of Volition and Desire
Un brindis por el futuro
Obligaciones, responsabilidades y expectativas
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Los animales Talking About Our Relationships with Animals: Pets and Other Animals
Gramática: Quiero un perro que sea obediente. Expressing What You Are Looking for in Someone or Something: Subjunctive with Indefinite and Nonexistent Antecedents
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: En el trabajo Talking About Work Responsibilities: Vocabulary Related to Work Behaviors
Gramática: Se trabaja tarde cuando… Talking About What One Does: Impersonal and Passive se
Lo que nos espera
Primera parte
Vocabulario: Las profesiones Talking About Jobs and Professions: Vocabulary Related to Professions
Gramática: ¿Qué pasará? Talking About the Future: Introduction to the Future Tense
Segunda parte
Vocabulario: Mis metas personales Talking About Goals and Aspirations: Vocabulary Related to Future Aspirations
Gramática: No estaré contento hasta que… More on Talking About the Future: Subjunctive with Future Time Events
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