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Interacciones

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  • Edition: 4th
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  • Copyright: 2001-11-13
  • Publisher: Heinle

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Table of Contents

CHAPTER TITLE AND CULTURAL THEME
Un autorretrato
1(17)
Introduction to the Spanish-Speaking World
VOCABULARY
Physical and character description
2(1)
Leisure-time activities
2(5)
Numbers 0-100
7
Expressions for asking for personal information
5(2)
COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
Expressing small quantities
Discussing when things happen
Providing basic information
Numbers
7(1)
Telling time
8(2)
Present tense of regular verbs
10(8)
Bienvenidos a Espana 18(66)
Basic information about Spain
La vida de todos los dias
20(26)
Spain
The Hispanic schedule
Common daily activities
21(9)
Daily routine
30
Expressions of frequency and sequence of actions
24(8)
Expressions for lack of comprehension
32(3)
Question words
35
Discussing daily activities
Talking about other activities
Describing daily routine
Asking questions
Present tense of irregular verbs
26(1)
Present tense of stem-changing verbs
27(7)
Reflexive verbs
34(1)
Question formation
35(11)
De vacaciones
46(38)
Spain
Leisure time and vacations
Vacations
47(1)
Beach activities
47(1)
Tourist resorts and hotels
47(11)
Evening activities
58
Expressions for making a personal phone call
50(11)
Expressions for circumlocuting
61
Dates and months
56
Talking about past activities
Discussing other past activities
Discussing when things happened
Discussing past actions
Distinguishing between things and people
Avoiding repetition of nouns
Preterite of regular verbs
52(2)
Preterite of irregular verbs
54(2)
Expressing dates
56(6)
Preterite of stem-changing verbs
62(2)
Personal a
64(1)
Direct object pronouns
64(12)
Herencia cultural: Espana
People, art, and literature of Spain
76
SKILL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Finding out about others
5(7)
Using background information
12(2)
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
CULTURE
Addressing other people in the Spanish-speaking world
14(2)
El Nuyorican Poets Cafe
16(8)
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Expressing frequency and sequence of actions
24(9)
Expressing lack of comprehension
33(5)
Listening for the gist
38(3)
Predicting and guessing content
41(2)
Writing personal letters and e-mail messages
43
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
El horario hispano
39(1)
Los cibercafes
40(1)
Espana esta de moda
41(9)
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Making a personal phone call
50(11)
Circumlocuting
61(6)
Using visual aids
67(4)
Using the subtitles of a reading to predict and understand content
71(3)
Sequencing events
74
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
Celebrando las fiestas de verano
69(1)
El baile flamenco
70(2)
24 horas: De vacaciones en Benidorm
72(8)
Para leer bien
Reading literature
80
Personalidades
Arte y arquitectura
Lectura literaria
El Cid Campeador, Fernando e Isabel, Pedro Almodovar, Enrique Iglesias, La Familia Real Espanola, Sergio Garcia
76(1)
Los grandes maestros del Prado: El Greco, Velazquez y Goya
77(4)
Ana Maria Matute: El nino al que se le murioel amigo
81(1)
Gustavo Adolfo Becquer: Tres rimas
82(2)
CHAPTER TITLE AND CULTURAL THEME
Bienvenidos a Mexico 84(64)
Basic information about Mexico
En familia
86(30)
Mexico
Family life in the Hispanic world
VOCABULARY
Family members and relationships
87(1)
Family activities
87(1)
Descriptions of people
87(10)
Weddings
97
Greetings and leave-takings
90(10)
Expressions for extending, accepting, and declining and invitation
100
COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
Describing what life used to be like
Describing people
Expressing endearment
Discussing conditions, characteristics, and existence
Indicating ownership
Imperfect tense
91(3)
Formation and agreement of adjectives
94(2)
Diminutives
96(6)
Uses of ser, estar, and haber
102(2)
Possessive adjectives and pronouns
104(12)
En el restaurante
116(32)
Mexico
Eating in Hispanic cafes and restaurants
Food and drink
117(10)
Meals
127(1)
Place settings
127
Expressions for ordering a meal
119(4)
Expressions of like and dislike
123(7)
Introductions
130(6)
Ordinal numbers
136
Indicating to whom and for whom actions are done
Expressing likes and dislikes
Refusing, finding out, and meeting
Narrating in the past
Talking about people and events in a series
Indirect object pronouns
121(2)
Verbs like gustar
123(2)
Verbs that change English meaning in the preterite
125(7)
Imperfect versus preterite
132(4)
Ordinal numbers
136(12)
Herencia cultural: Mexico 148(8)
People, art, and literature of Mexico
Bienvenidos a Centroamerica, a Colombia y a Venezuela 156(65)
Basic information about Central America, Colombia and Venezuela
En la universidad
158(31)
Central America
Universities in the Hispanic world
Schools and colleges within a university
159(10)
Courses of study
169(1)
Student activities
169
Classroom expressions
162(10)
Weather expressions
172
Expressions to indicate location and purpose
163(10)
Expressions of hope and desire
173
Indicating location, purpose and time
Indicating the recipient of something
Expressing hopes, desires and requests
Making comparisons
Some prepositions: por versus para
163(3)
Prepositional pronouns
166(7)
Present subjunctive after expressions of wishing, hoping, commanding, and requesting
173(4)
Comparisons of inequality
177
SKILL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Greetings and leave-takings
90(10)
Extending, accepting, and declining an invitation
100(6)
Focusing on specific information
106(4)
Recognizing cognates
110(4)
Extending and replying to a written invitation
114
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
CULTURE
Los apellidos en el mundo hispano
108(1)
La vida de una familia
109(2)
El encanto de Guadalajara
111(8)
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Ordering in a restaurant
119(11)
Making introductions
130(7)
Remembering key details and paraphrasing
137(5)
Scanning and skimming
142(4)
Improving accuracy
146
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
Los menus en el mundo hispano
139(2)
El chocolate en la cocina mexicana
141(3)
El estupendo metro de Mexico
144(8)
Para leer bien
Elements of a short story
152
Personalidades
Arte y arquitectura
Lectura literaria
Cuauhtemoc, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, Vicente Fox Quesada, Salma Hayek, Luis Miguel, Carlos Fuentes
148(1)
Unos artistas del siglo XX: Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros y Kahlo
149(5)
Elena Poniatowski: El recado
154(8)
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Classroom expressions
162(10)
Talking about the weather
172(8)
The setting of a conversation
180(4)
Locating main ideas and supporting elements
184(3)
Summarizing
187
Perspectivas
Panorma cultural
Lectura cultural
La vida estudiantil
182(1)
El sistema educativo espanol
183(2)
Costa Rica, un pais unico
185(4)
CHAPTER TITLE AND CULTURAL THEME
En casa
189(32)
Colombia and Venezuela
Hispanic home life
VOCABULARY
Rooms and features of a house
190(1)
Furniture and appliances
190(1)
Household chores
190(12)
Television programs
202
Expressions to enlist help
193(13)
Expressions of emotion, judgment, and doubt
206
COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
Telling others what to do
Comparing people and things with equal qualities
Pointing out people and things
Expressing judgment, doubt and uncertainty
Talking about things and people
Familiar commands
195(2)
Comparisons of equality
197(1)
Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns
198(8)
Subjunctive after expressions of emotion, judgment, and doubt
206(2)
More about gender and number of nouns
208(13)
Herencia cultural: Centroamerica, Colombia y Venezuela 221(9)
People, art, and literature of Central America, Colombia and Venezuela
Bienvenidos a los paises andinos: Bolivia, El Ecuador y El Peru 230(68)
Basic information about Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru
De compras
232(34)
Bolivia and Ecuador
Shopping in the Hispanic world
Shops and stores
233(1)
Articles of footwear and jewelry
233(12)
Articles of clothing
245
Expressions for making a routine purchase
236(13)
Expressions of complaint
249(1)
Negative and indefinite expressions
250(1)
Expressing actions in progress
Making comparisons
Talking about people and things
Denying and contradicting expressions
250
Avoiding repetition of previously mentioned people and things
Linking ideas
Progressive tenses
238(2)
Superlative forms of adjectives
240(1)
Uses of the definite article
241(12)
Indefinite and negative
Double object pronouns
253(1)
y → e; o → u
254
SKILL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Enlisting help
193(12)
Expressing polite dismissal
205(6)
The main idea and supporting details
211(4)
Background knowledge: Geographical references
215(4)
Preparing to write
219
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
CULTURE
La vivienda en el mundo hispano
213(1)
Nina Pacari, una mujer indigena
214(2)
El techo de Venezuela
216(8)
Para leer bien
Applying journalistic reading techniques to literature
224
Personalidades
Arte y arquitectura
Lectura literaria
Simon Bolivar, Ruben Dario, Oscar Arias Sanchez, Shakira, Rigoberta Menchu Tum, Ruben Blades
221(1)
Unos artistas modernos: Botero y Soto
222(3)
Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Un dia de estos
225(11)
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Making routine purchases
236(13)
Complaining
249(6)
Making inferences
255(5)
Identifying the core of a sentence
260(4)
Letters of complaint
264
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
De compras en el mundo hispano
257(2)
De compras en Madrid
259(2)
La guayabera: Comoda, fresca y elegante
261(5)
CHAPTER TITLE AND CULTURAL THEME
En la ciudad
266(32)
Peru
Hispanic cities
VOCABULARY
Buildings, places and points of interest in a city
267(1)
Cultural activities of a city
267(14)
Amusement parks
281
Expressions for asking for, understanding, and giving directions
270(12)
Expressions of persuasion
282
COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
Telling others what to do
Asking for and giving information
Talking about other people
Discussing future activities
Expressing probability
Suggesting group activities
Formal commands
271(2)
Passive se and third person plural passive
273(2)
Uses of the idefinite article
275(8)
Future tense
283(2)
Future of probability
285(1)
Nosotros commands
286(12)
Herencia cultural: Bolivia, El Ecuador y el Peru 298(8)
People, architecture and literature of Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru
Bienvenidos a la comunidad hispana en los EE.UU. 306(62)
Basic information about Hispanics in the U.S.
En la agencia de empleos
308(30)
The Hispanic community: Cubans and Puerto Ricans
The concept of work in the Hispanic world
Careers and professions
309(9)
Offices and office equipment
318(1)
Computers and technology
318
Expressions for a job application and interview
309(3)
Expressions for changing directions in a conversation
312(1)
Explaining what you would do under certain conditions
Describing how actions are done
Indicating quantity
Talking about unknown or nonexistent people and things
Explaining what you want others to do
Expressing exceptional qualities
Conditional
313(2)
Adverb formation
315(1)
Adjectives of quantity
316(6)
Subjunctive in adjective clauses
322(2)
Indirect commands
324(1)
Absolute superlative
325
SKILL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Asking for, understanding, and giving directions
270(12)
Persuading
282(6)
Taking notes
288(4)
Background knowledge: Historical references
292(3)
Keeping a journal
295
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
CULTURE
Las ciudades hispanas
290(1)
En la ciudad de Madrid
291(2)
Guardian del oro del Peru
293(8)
Para leer bien
Identifying literary themes
301
Personalidades
Arte y arquitectura
Lectura literaria
Jose de San Martin, Antonio Jose de Sucre, Mario Vargas Llosa, Jaime Escalante, Tania Libertad, Javier Perez de Cuellar
298(1)
La arquitetura colonial del Peru
299(3)
Ricardo Palma: La camisa de Margarita
302(10)
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Changing directions in a conversation
312(9)
Double checking comprehension
321(5)
Summarizing
326(4)
Identifying point of view
330(4)
Filling out an application
334
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
Como se busca trabajo
328(1)
El uso del espanol en el trabajo
329(2)
El espanol: Un idioma emergente
331(7)
CHAPTER TITLE AND CULTURAL THEME
En la empresa multinaciona
338(30)
The Hispanic community: Chicanos
Hispanic business and banking
VOCABULARY
Company personnel and job descriptions
339(9)
Money and banks
348
Expressions for making a business phone call
341(10)
Expressions for banking
351(4)
Numbers above 100
355
COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
Discussing complete past actions
Explaining what you hope has happened
Discussing reciprocal actions
Talking about actions completed before other actions
Explaining duration of actions
Expressing quantity
Present perfect tense
342(2)
Present perfect subjunctive
344(2)
Reciprocal nos and se
346(1)
Past perfect tense
346(7)
Hace and Ilevar in time expressions
353(2)
Using numbers
355(13)
Herencia cultural: La comunidad hispana en los Estados Unidos 368(8)
People, architecture, and literature of the Hispanic community in the United States
Bienvenidos a Chile y a la Argentina 376(63)
Basic information about Chile and Argentina
De viaje
378(33)
Chile
Travel in the Hispanic world
Travel and tourism
389
Airports and airplanes
379(10)
Hotels
389
Expressions for traveling by plane
382(11)
Expressions for getting a hotel room
393
Describing previous wants, advice, and doubts
Making polite requests
Discussing contrary-to-fact situations
Explaining when future actions will take place
Describing future actions that will take place before other future actions
Imperfect subjunctive
383(3)
Other uses of the imperfect subjunctive
386(1)
If clauses with the imperfect subjunctive and the conditional
387(7)
Subjunctive in adverbial clauses
394(2)
Future perfect tense
396
SKILL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Making a business phone call
341(10)
Doing the banking
351(6)
Reporting what was said
357(4)
Using the dictionary
361(4)
Writing a business letter
365
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
CULTURE
Las comunidades hispanas
359(1)
Volkswagen de Mexico
360(2)
El estres: Un problema de primera magnitud
362(9)
Para leer bien
Identifying point of view in literature
371
Personalidades
Arte y arquitectura
Lectura literaria
Cesar Chavez, Selena, Sammy Sosa, Cristina Saralegui, Andy Garcia, Rita Moreno
368(1)
El legado hispano dentro de los EE.UU.
369(3)
Esmeralda Santiago: Casi una mujer
372(10)
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Buying a ticket and boarding a plane
382(11)
Getting a hotel room
393(5)
Identifying the main topic
398(5)
Cross-referencing
403(5)
Explaining and hypothesizing
408
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
El transporte en el mundo hispano
400(2)
El metro de Mexico
402(3)
Chile: Un mundo de sorprendentes contrastes
405(6)
CHAPTER TITLE AND CULTURAL THEMES
Los deportes
411(28)
Argentina
Sports in the Hispanic world
VOCABULARY
Sports and games
412(8)
Body parts
420(1)
Doctor's office
420(1)
Expressions to describe illness and physical problems
420
Expressions for talking about sports and games
414(9)
Expressions of sympathy and good wishes
423
COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
Explaining what you would have done under certain conditions
Discussing what you hope would have happened
Discussing contrary-to-fact situations
Discussing unexpected events
Linking ideas
Linking ideas
Conditional perfect
415(1)
Past perfect subjunctive
416(2)
If clauses with the conditional perfect and the past perfect subjunctive
418(6)
Reflexives for unplanned occurrences
424(1)
Relative pronouns: que and quien
425(2)
Relative pronouns: Forms of el que, el cual and cuyo
427(12)
Herencia cultural: Chile y la Argentina 439
People, architecture, and literature of Chile and Argentina
SKILL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES
Asi se habla
¿Que oyo Ud.?
Para leer bien
Para escribir bien
Discussing sports
414(9)
Expressing sympathy and good wishes
423(6)
Identifying levels of politeness
429(4)
Responding to a reading
433(4)
Writing personal notes
437
Perspectivas
Panorama cultural
Lectura cultural
CULTURE
Las farmacias hispanas
431(1)
La charreada
432(2)
La Argentina deportiva
434(10)
Para leer bien
Elements of poetry
444
Personalidades
Arte y arquitectura
Lectura literaria
Jorge Luis Borges, Juan Domingo Peron, Maria Eva Duarte dePeron, Diego Armando Maradona, Mafalda, Isabel Allende
439(1)
Buenos Aires: Una ciudad cosmopolita y artistica
440(4)
Pablo Neruda: Poema 20; Oda a unas flores amarillas
444
Appendix A: Information Gap Activities: Alternate Versions of Drawings 1(3)
Appendix B: Vocabulary at a Glance 4(2)
Appendix C: Metric Units of Measurement 6(1)
Appendix D: The Writing and Spelling System 7(5)
Appendix E: Verb Conjugations 12
Spanish/English Vocabulary 1(1)
Index 1
Credits 1

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