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Ch 21: Giving Advice in Spanish

About This Chapter

Watch online Spanish video lessons to learn vocabulary for giving advice and get practice conjugating verbs in the conditional tense. Use the accompanying quizzes to test your progress in learning Spanish.

Giving Advice in Spanish - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

In this chapter, instructors introduce you to Spanish vocabulary useful for giving advice and shows you how to properly conjugate verbs in the conditional tense. At any point during your studies, you can access additional lessons that include sample advice columns and call-in shows to get extra practice with these terms. Self-assessment quizzes are also included with each lesson so you can master the concepts covered in this chapter. By the time you finish watching the videos included here, you should be able to do the following:

  • Use nouns and verbs associated with giving advice
  • Conjugate verbs in the conditional tense
  • Hone your listening and reading skills

Video Objectives
Spanish Vocabulary for Giving Advice Explore vocabulary about giving advice, including consejos, aconsejar, recomendar, deber, ser bueno/malo, relajarse, tomar las cosas con calma, resolver, problema, ansioso and llevar una vida agitada.
Using the Conditional Tense in Spanish Describe the uses of the conditional tense and learn how to conjugate this verb form. Compare conjugations of irregular verbs in the future tense.
Spanish Reading Practice: Advice Columns Read a set of advice columns in which people ask for help with their problems.
Spanish Listening Activity: Hear People Calling a Show for Help Listen to a call-in show where people ask for help with their problems.

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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