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Discussing Politics in Spanish - Chapter Summary
Check out this mobile-friendly Spanish chapter to review political vocabulary. Our expert Spanish instructors translate politics and government-related vocabulary, and you'll get practice listening to political debates and discussing political issues in the Spanish language. You can access this chapter any time that fits your schedule, and we've included short assessments to help you memorize important vocabulary words. If you have any questions, you can submit them to our instructors online. When you're finished working through the chapter, you'll be able to:
- Use Spanish politics, international politics and government-related terms
- Comprehend political debates in Spanish
- Discuss a variety of political issues in Spanish
1. Spanish Vocabulary Terms: Politics & Government
In this lesson, we will learn some useful vocabulary to talk about politics and the government in Spanish. We will discuss topics like law, voting, power, and taxes.
2. Spanish Vocabulary: International Politics Terms
In this lesson, we will learn some useful vocabulary to talk about international politics in Spanish. We'll look at different governmental systems and learn some political facts about different governments around the world.
3. Spanish Practice Activity: Listening to a Political Debate
In this lesson, you will listen to a political debate to practice your listening skills, impersonal expressions, present subjunctive and vocabulary related to politics and the government.
4. Discussing Political Issues in Spanish
When it comes to politics, it's necessary to differentiate between Spain and countries in Latin America. This article gives you a vocabulary guide of basic politics terms so you can discuss the political issues across oceans.
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