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Ch 8: Expressing an Opinion in Spanish

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Take a look at this foreign language chapter to learn how to express opinions in Spanish. These simple lessons and quizzes can be used for test preparation, homework help, tutoring, independent learning or any academic purpose.

Expressing an Opinion in Spanish - Chapter Summary

This chapter shows you everything you need to know about expressing opinions in Spanish. As you work through these simple and fun Spanish lessons, you'll study opinion-related verbs and phrases, superlative terms, comparative terms and much more. To help you reinforce your understanding of these concepts, we've included short quizzes throughout the chapter. Use any computer or mobile device to study, and feel free to reach out to our instructors with any questions you may have. When you're finished working through the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Identify verbs and phrases that are use to express opinions in Spanish
  • Discuss likes and dislikes in Spanish
  • Use superlative and comparative Spanish terms
  • Interpret vocabulary for making recommendations in Spanish
  • Recognize dependent clauses and use the present perfect subjunctive

8 Lessons in Chapter 8: Expressing an Opinion in Spanish
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
List of Spanish Question Words: Practice & Uses

1. List of Spanish Question Words: Practice & Uses

In this lesson, we will look at the interrogatives, or question words, in Spanish. These are the building blocks to start forming and asking questions. We will follow Juan as he searches for the museum, asking many questions along the way.

Verbs & Phrases Used to Express an Opinion in Spanish

2. Verbs & Phrases Used to Express an Opinion in Spanish

This lesson will provide useful vocabulary, phrases, and tips to express your opinions in Spanish. It will help you improve your interactions with native speakers by using the right structures.

Talking About Likes and Dislikes in Spanish: Comprehension Activity

3. Talking About Likes and Dislikes in Spanish: Comprehension Activity

In this lesson, you will get an opportunity to listen to various passages dealing with the verb gustar. You will also be able to practice your reading skills as you read short texts and answer comprehension questions.

Using Comparative & Superlative Terms in Spanish

4. Using Comparative & Superlative Terms in Spanish

In this lesson, we'll learn about using comparatives and superlatives to provide descriptions about the level of quality of a person or thing. We'll also learn to use certain words and expressions that help us compare characteristics.

Spanish Vocabulary for Making Recommendations

5. Spanish Vocabulary for Making Recommendations

You want to be able to make a suggestion or a recommendation when appropriate. Making recommendations requires appropriate words, and this lesson gives you the basic Spanish vocabulary you will need to do so.

Dependent Clauses & the Present Perfect Subjunctive in Spanish

6. Dependent Clauses & the Present Perfect Subjunctive in Spanish

The present perfect subjunctive in Spanish could not be formed if we did not use a dependent clause first. This lesson gives us a list of those dependent clauses we absolutely need while we also get to talk to a Spanish teacher.

Practice Reading a Menu in Spanish

7. Practice Reading a Menu in Spanish

Learn to navigate your way through a Spanish menu to find yourself on a delicious culinary adventure! These keywords will allow you to feast or sample, and you can learn to order drinks, main dishes, desserts and more.

Spanish Reading Practice: Advice Columns

8. Spanish Reading Practice: Advice Columns

In this lesson, we will practice the conditional tense and verbs, such as recomendar, sugerir, and aconsejar, that help us give and receive recommendations, suggestions, and advice. We will also practice some vocabulary related to giving advice.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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