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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
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.
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.
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.
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.'
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.
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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