Ch 9: Office Tasks & Errands in Spanish

About This Chapter

Review office task and errand vocabulary in Spanish with these simple and effective Spanish study tools. The chapter is a great test prep/study guide resource for anyone who needs to improve their Spanish skills, including students and working professionals.

Office Tasks & Errands in Spanish - Chapter Summary

These short and effective Spanish lessons examine vocabulary related to office tasks and errands. The chapter also helps you apply common -AR verbs and formal/informal commands. As you work through the chapter, feel free to reach out to our instructors with questions. Practice quizzes are included to help you to ensure your understanding of these Spanish concepts. Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Recognize Spanish vocabulary for various business tasks, including taking messages, responding to clients, typing memos setting up meetings, etc.
  • Use affirmative and negative commands formally and informally
  • List and conjugate common -AR Spanish verbs, including estudiar, tocar and practicar
  • Understand conversations about activities using -AR verbs

6 Lessons in Chapter 9: Office Tasks & Errands in Spanish
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Office Administrative Tasks in Spanish

1. Office Administrative Tasks in Spanish

Daily administrative tasks in an office require clear communication between coworkers. This lesson provides you with Spanish prompts that go along with the most basic vocabulary for administrative tasks.

Formal Commands in Spanish: Affirmative & Negative

2. Formal Commands in Spanish: Affirmative & Negative

In this lesson, we will learn how to conjugate and use the formal commands in Spanish, including affirmative and negative commands. We will also practice vocabulary related to chores and errands.

Informal Commands in Spanish: Affirmative & Negative

3. Informal Commands in Spanish: Affirmative & Negative

In this lesson, we will learn how to conjugate and use the informal commands in Spanish, including affirmative and negative commands. We will also practice some vocabulary referring to chores and errands.

Common -AR Verbs in Spanish

4. Common -AR Verbs in Spanish

-AR verbs! Spanish is full of them and conversing is impossible without them. Learn how to say study, dance, draw, walk, and much more, in this vocabulary lesson.

Conjugation of Regular -AR Verbs in Spanish

5. Conjugation of Regular -AR Verbs in Spanish

Hablar, estudiar, usar, bailar... I bet you can guess why we call them '-ar verbs.' Master the five -ar endings and learn how to conjugate and put sentences together in this lesson.

Talking About Activities: Practice Activity with -AR Verbs

6. Talking About Activities: Practice Activity with -AR Verbs

-AR verb vocabulary and conjugations... There's a lot to practice! Put them together and quiz yourself with these reading and listening practice activities.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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