Ch 23: Discussing International Politics in Spanish

About This Chapter

Watch online video lessons and learn how to talk about international politics in Spanish. Each lesson is accompanied by a short multiple-choice quiz you can use to check your understanding of these Spanish language topics.

Discussing International Politics in Spanish - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

The experienced instructors who teach the lessons in this chapter introduce you to the vocabulary and verb conjugations necessary for talking about international politics in Spanish. You'll learn how the subjunctive works when expressing doubt, and you'll be able to try out what you've learned in practice activities. After you've watched all the lessons in this chapter, you'll be familiar with:

  • Appropriate vocabulary for discussing international politics
  • Present subjunctive conjugations
  • Doubt and negation expressions

Video Objectives
Spanish Vocabulary: International Politics Terms Introduces useful words for discussing international politics. Presents words like aristocracia, conservativo, democracia, dictadura and independencia.
Present Subjunctive Conjugations for Stem-Change Verbs in Spanish Introduces and describes present subjunctive conjugations used for stem-change verbs.
Using the Present Subjunctive to Express Doubt or Negation in Spanish Shows how doubt or negation is expressed using the subjunctive. Vocabulary phrases introduced here include es improbable, es dudoso and no es cierto.
Spanish Practice Activity: Using Doubt & Negation Expressions Presents people making predictions about the future of imaginary countries using expressions of doubt and negation. Offers opportunities to practice what you've learned.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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