Business

Spanish (Latin American)

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Unit 1

Click a topic below to see the grammar goals and conversational goals for each chapter.

  • Business Social
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    Unit 1

    Business Social

    • Demonstrate Excitement and/or Empathy
    • Make Social Business Plans
    • Talk Socially About Business Topics
    • Practice Attached Pronouns and Their Movement
    • Practice Conjugation and Pronoun Movement of Reflexive Verbs
    • Reinforce Indirect Object Pronouns
    • Reinforce the Preterite Tense of Reflexive Verbs
    • Use Reflexive Verbs in the Subjunctive Mood
  • Greetings / Introductions
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    Greetings / Introductions

    • Discuss Business Goals and Plans
    • Learn New Business Terminology
    • Learn Some New Business Idioms
    • Form the Imperative of Irregular Reflexive Verbs
    • Practice the Spanish Form of English Gerunds
    • Practice Transitive Verbs With Names
    • Reinforce the Preterite Verb Tense
    • Reinforce the Subjunctive Mood
  • Meetings / Conference Calls
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    Meetings / Conference Calls

    • Learn New Business Idioms
    • Review Departmental Updates
    • Use Conference Call & Technical Terminology
    • Learn Some Rules of Orthography
    • Practice Attached Pronoun Movement
    • Reinforce the Difference Between the Preterite and Imperfect Past
    • Reinforce the Spanish Form of English Gerunds
    • Use the Present Progressive of Reflexive Verbs
  • Presentations
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    Presentations

    • Discuss / Mention Timing
    • Give Instructions about Questions
    • Introduce and Outline Your Presentation
    • Properly Conclude a Presentation
    • Welcome Your Audience
    • Practice the Subjunctive Mood
    • Reinforce the Future Tense
    • Reinforce the Plural Imperative Form
    • Use the Direct Object Pronoun
    • Use the Plural Indirect Object Pronoun
  • Negotiations
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    Negotiations

    • Learn Some New Negotiations Idioms
    • Negotiate Contract Details
    • Object and/or Accept an Offer
    • Learn the Future Tense for 3rd Person Plural
    • Reinforce the Conditional Tense
    • Use the Preterite Tense for 1st Person -ir and -er Verbs