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Ch 27: Social Life in Spanish

About This Chapter

Watch online video lessons and learn how to converse in Spanish about social life. Each lesson is accompanied by a short multiple-choice quiz you can use to check your understanding of these Spanish language topics.

Social Life in Spanish - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Get the vocabulary and grammar lessons you need to be able to talk about social life in Spanish in this chapter taught by professional and experienced instructors. In addition to learning about the subjective tense, you'll also be introduced to methods for understanding gossip in Spanish. After you've watched all the lessons in this chapter, you'll know about:

  • Common Spanish vocabulary terms used to discuss social life
  • How to conjugate the imperfect subjunctive
  • Which subjunctive tense is appropriate to use in various discussions
  • How to use the subjunctive tense to have a conversation about social events

Video Objectives
Spanish Vocabulary: Using Social Life Terms Introduces common words used to discuss social life in Spanish. Some words identified in this chapter include invitago, asunto, temporada, baile, copa, festejar and soprender.
Past Perfect Subjective Tense in Spanish Provides instruction on how to conjugate the imperfect subjunctive and when to use it.
Spanish Grammar: How to Use Subjective Tenses Describes how to decide which subjunctive tense to use for different situations. Uses a timeline to help you make decisions about when it's appropriate to use different tenses.
Understanding Gossip in Spanish: Examples and Quiz Provides audio of people gossiping about social events and shows how these conversations rely on the subjunctive, specifically the past perfect subjunctive. Asks questions about the conversations to aid in the learning process.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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