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Giving & Asking for Advice in Spanish - Chapter Summary
Our helpful chapter covers the ways to ask for and give advice in Spanish, including using the conditional tense. You can review these lessons as many times as you need to, 24 hours a day, until you understand the material. In addition, the multiple-choice quizzes are a great way to test your understanding or prepare for an exam. If you struggle with any of the topics, it's easy to contact an instructor for help. Once you finish these lessons, you should be able to do the following:
- Use the conditional and irregular conditional in Spanish
- Practice your Spanish reading by reviewing advice columns
- Ask for advice in Spanish
- Follow a helpful listening activity to learn more about giving advice in Spanish
1. Forming the Conditional Tense in Spanish
This lesson covers how to conjugate verbs in the conditional tense in Spanish for both the regular and irregular verb forms and explains its two most common uses.
2. Irregular Conditional in Spanish
The conditional is used to tell what would or could happen. There are a few irregular verbs in this tense that have a stem-change when conjugated. This lesson will look over those verbs and their stems.
3. 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.
4. Asking for Advice in Spanish
Asking for advice is something we all need to do sometimes. The word for advice in Spanish is 'el consejo.' In this lesson, you will learn how to ask for advice in Spanish.
5. Spanish Listening Activity: Hear People Calling a Show for Help
In this lesson we will practice the conditional tense a little more, along with vocabulary that helps us give and receive recommendations, suggestions, and advice.
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