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Ch 17: Office Roles & Positions in Spanish

About This Chapter

This collection of Spanish lessons helps you learn and review vocabulary for various office roles and positions. These engaging study resources can help you bring up your grades, prepare for upcoming exams, apply Spanish into your professional life or refresh your knowledge about the language.

Office Roles & Positions in Spanish - Chapter Summary

Study office roles and positions in Spanish with these helpful language resources. Each lesson breaks down relevant vocabulary and phrases as well as covers verb tenses. You can also enhance your listening skills by examining sample conversations about jobs. We encourage you to take the accompanying self-assessment quizzes to make sure you fully understand these concepts and are able to apply them properly. This chapter's lessons are designed to help you:

  • Understand Spanish words for several office roles, including bosses, managers, employees, accountants and staff
  • Know how to use the subjunctive tense in Spanish
  • Conjugate and use the present perfect, past perfect and imperfect subjunctive tenses
  • Form the conditional tense and understand why its used
  • Use the conditional and imperfect subjunctive tense to make contrary-to-fact statements
  • Comprehend sample conversations about jobs

9 Lessons in Chapter 17: Office Roles & Positions in Spanish
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Spanish Terms for Office Roles & Positions

1. Spanish Terms for Office Roles & Positions

This lesson walks you through a Spanish speaking office and introduces you to some employees and the roles they play. You also have a pronunciation guide for each new word, with the stressed syllable in capital letters.

Spanish Grammar: How to Use Subjunctive Tenses

2. Spanish Grammar: How to Use Subjunctive Tenses

In this lesson, we will learn how to know what subjunctive tense needs to be used according to when the actions occur. We will also practice some vocabulary about social life.

Using & Conjugating the Present Perfect Subjunctive in Spanish

3. Using & Conjugating the Present Perfect Subjunctive in Spanish

In this lesson, we will learn how to conjugate and use the present perfect subjunctive in Spanish. We'll look at the difference between the present subjunctive and the present perfect subjunctive and practice some vocabulary about advertising.

Conjugations and Alternate Conjugations of the Imperfect Subjunctive in Spanish

4. Conjugations and Alternate Conjugations of the Imperfect Subjunctive in Spanish

This lesson introduces students to the imperfect, or past, subjunctive. Applying the concept to many useful verbs, we will study how to conjugate it in both the more common and less common forms.

Using the Imperfect Subjunctive in Spanish

5. Using the Imperfect Subjunctive in Spanish

This lesson presents the use of a very important verb form, the imperfect or past subjunctive. While it's very similar, in many ways, to the present subjunctive, the imperfect form also has some interesting, unique uses.

Forming the Conditional Tense in Spanish

6. 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.

Using the Imperfect Subjunctive with the Conditional in Spanish

7. Using the Imperfect Subjunctive with the Conditional in Spanish

This lesson presents a unique combination of tenses, the imperfect subjunctive with the conditional, in order to form hypothetical 'if clauses.' It also reviews a common form of 'if clause' that employs the present tense.

Past Perfect Subjunctive Tense in Spanish

8. Past Perfect Subjunctive Tense in Spanish

In this lesson, we will learn how to conjugate and use the past perfect subjunctive, and we will use some vocabulary about social life to examine this important part of Spanish grammar.

Spanish Practice Activity: Conversations About Jobs

9. Spanish Practice Activity: Conversations About Jobs

You'll get a chance to speak in this lesson, as we apply the 'if clauses' and vocabulary of different professions to observe and practice conversations. Grammar includes the imperfect subjunctive, conditional, and present and future tenses.

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