Ch 18: Discussing Families & Communities in Spanish

About This Chapter

This chapter helps you talk about communities and families in Spanish. Access these Spanish lessons and quizzes whenever you need to study for an upcoming exam or improve your speaking skills for class discussions, presentations or assignments.

Discussing Families & Communities in Spanish - Chapter Summary

If you need to learn how to talk about families and communities in Spanish, take a look at this convenient and mobile-friendly chapter. These simple lessons break down basic family and community-related vocabulary, and they're designed to help you practice understanding Spanish words about these topics. Following each lesson is a short quiz to help you memorize important Spanish vocabulary terms. The chapter is entirely self-paced, and you can submit questions to our instructors if you need any extra help. By the end of the chapter, you should be equipped to:

  • Interpret Spanish vocabulary related to family members
  • Talk about family and community in Spanish-speaking countries
  • Translate quinceanera vocabulary words
  • Read and listen to family-related Spanish terms

6 Lessons in Chapter 18: Discussing Families & Communities in Spanish
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Spanish Vocabulary: Basic Family Member Terms

1. Spanish Vocabulary: Basic Family Member Terms

Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandparents - these are just some of the people that make up a family. In this lesson, we will learn the vocabulary for family members in Spanish.

Spanish Vocabulary: Discussing Family in Spanish-Speaking Countries

2. Spanish Vocabulary: Discussing Family in Spanish-Speaking Countries

You know that family is very important in Spanish-speaking countries, and you want to know how to approach the topic. This lesson gives you an overview of relevant words that relate to family as a topic of discussion.

Spanish Vocabulary: Community in Spanish-Speaking Countries

3. Spanish Vocabulary: Community in Spanish-Speaking Countries

Like everywhere else, people in Spanish-speaking countries often volunteer or decide to come together in order to fight a community problem. This lesson gives you the vocabulary you need to discuss the idea of community in Spanish.

Quinceanera Vocabulary & Terms in Spanish

4. Quinceanera Vocabulary & Terms in Spanish

Have you ever attended a 'sweet sixteen' party? This special event has its equivalent in the Spanish-speaking world. This lesson tells you all about it and includes some useful vocabulary you can use if you get invited to a 'quinceanera.'

Spanish Practice Activity: Reading and Listening to Family Terms

5. Spanish Practice Activity: Reading and Listening to Family Terms

If you have a big family, organizing family reunions can be a lot of work! In this lesson, you will get the opportunity to read and listen to conversations about family reunions.

What Happened Last Night? - Spanish Practice Activity

6. What Happened Last Night? - Spanish Practice Activity

Improve your Spanish skills and learn how to tell stories about your city adventures. In this lesson, you will read a conversation and a short text and answer some questions to test your comprehension.

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