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Describing Future School Plans in Spanish - Chapter Summary
Our instructors help you describe future school plans accurately in Spanish with this informative chapter. If you prefer to study offline, making study guides is easy with our printable lesson transcripts and text lessons. Before moving on to the next lesson, take the associated multiple-choice quiz to ensure you fully understand the material. Our learning tools are available to you 24 hours a day, on any computer or mobile device, for completely flexible and convenient study options. This chapter is designed to help you meet the following objectives:
- Use accurate Spanish grammar in both the regular future and irregular future tenses
- Understand common Spanish vocabulary words related to education and school
- Converse in Spanish about plans after high school
- Have a conversation in Spanish with an advisor
1. Spanish Grammar: Regular Future Tense
This lesson provides a basic introduction and practice with the future tense. While the tense functions very similarly in Spanish and English, there are some important and unique features that we will consider.
2. Spanish Grammar: Irregular Future Tense
This lesson introduces students to the verbs that are irregular in the future tense. There will also be some listening and speaking practice included in the lesson.
3. Spanish Vocabulary for Talking About School & Education
This lesson introduces students to Spanish vocabulary for talking about school and education. It also provides a sample scenario to practice listening comprehension.
4. Spanish Practice Activities: Making Plans for After High School
In this lesson, which focuses on the future tense, we listen to high school students discussing their future plans. We will use regular and irregular verbs while also learning valuable vocabulary.
5. Student & Advisor Conversation: Spanish Practice Activity
Test your Spanish reading skills with this practice activity about educational advice. You will read different conversations between students and their advisor. Check how much you understand while practicing some grammar and useful vocabulary.
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