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Office Buildings in Spanish - Chapter Summary
This chapter offers a comprehensive overview of Spanish vocabulary associated with office buildings. Developed by top instructors, lessons provide grammar rules and vocabulary associated with common terms and phrases found in the Spanish language. Before, during or after reviewing the lessons, take short quizzes and a chapter exam to assess your understanding. Use the Ask Our Experts feature in the Dashboard to get answers to your lesson topic questions. Once you've completed this chapter, you will be prepared to:
- Showcase your understanding of gender rules and definite articles in Spanish grammar
- Describe office equipment and office buildings using the correct Spanish vocabulary
- Make nouns plural using the correct Spanish grammar rules
- Use the Spanish word hay correctly
- Differentiate between definite and indefinite articles, and correctly utilize the Spanish words un, una, unos and unas
- Utilize the correct prepositions of location in Spanish
- Explain differences between ser and estar in Spanish
- Discuss the use of estar when talking about location
- Conjugate in present tense the Spanish verb ir
- Use the correct vocabulary and phrases to give directions in Spanish
1. Definite Articles & Gender Rules in Spanish Grammar
Are there really girl words and boy words in Spanish? Find out about masculine and feminine nouns and their sidekick, the definite article, in this Spanish lesson.
2. Office Equipment Vocabulary in Spanish
In this lesson you'll find the most relevant vocabulary for office equipment in Spanish along with a pronunciation guide. This guide has the most stressed syllable in capital letters so you can accurately use each new word.
3. Office Buildings Vocabulary in Spanish
In this lesson we will learn basic office and building vocabulary in Spanish. We will begin with basic words and then we will move on to practice these words in some conversational examples.
4. Making Nouns Plural in Spanish: Grammar Rules
One is great, but more is better! In this lesson, find out how to make Spanish nouns and their definite articles plural in this lesson on Spanish grammar rules. Plus, discover one weirdo rule that might catch you!
5. Hay: Saying How Much & How Many in Spanish
In this lesson, you'll discover why the Spanish 'hay' is so unique. It describes how much, how many, and even forms part of a popular expression you can add to your conversation repertoire.
6. Indefinite Articles in Spanish: Un, Una, Unos, Unas
'A' dog? 'The' dog? Why are they called 'definite' and 'indefinite' articles, and why do they matter? Find out the answers to these questions when you add un, una, unos, and unas to your Spanish language vocabulary in this lesson.
7. Prepositions of Location in Spanish: Vocabulary List
This video introduces students to prepositions of location in Spanish. Students will learn how to use these prepositions in order to describe the location of an item in relation to another item.
8. Spanish Grammar: Ser vs. Estar
This video will describe the different uses of the verbs 'ser' and 'estar', both of which translate as 'to be' in English. The video will introduce some acronyms to help students remember and give many different examples of sentences using each verb.
9. Estar: How to Use Estar When Talking About Location
This video will introduce student to the verb 'estar,' which means 'to be.' The video will cover the present tense conjugations of 'estar' as well as how to use the verb with prepositions of location.
10. Spanish Verb IR: Present Tense Conjugations
Go! How often do we use the word 'go' in English? A lot! Spanish is the same way. Learn how to talk about where you're going in this lesson on the Spanish verb 'ir'.
11. Giving Directions in Spanish
How awesome is it when you have the skills to help someone out in another language? With this lesson, you will be able to do just that by learning how to give directions in Spanish!
12. Required Assignments Reminder
Sorry for the interruption to your course progress! We wanted to make sure you knew this course has a written assignment requirement in order to be completed. Read on to learn where to find these assignments and how to submit them.
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Other chapters within the Spanish 105: Spanish for the Workplace course
- Culture & Etiquette in Spanish-Speaking Countries
- Introductions & Salutations in Spanish
- Numbers & Payment in Spanish
- Customer Service in Spanish
- Appointments & Dates in Spanish
- Talking About Time in Spanish
- Professions in Spanish
- Office Tasks & Errands in Spanish
- Expressing Preference in Spanish
- Leisure Activities in Spanish
- Spanish Terms for Technology
- Job Applications & Interviews in Spanish
- Business Communication in Spanish
- Work & Benefits in Spanish
- Negotiations & Meetings in Spanish
- Office Roles & Positions in Spanish
- Required Assignments for Spanish 105
- Studying for Spanish 105