The following list shows a summary of the topics covered in this course. To see all of the course pages, visit the Table of Contents.
¿Qué haces todos los días?
- Use vocabulary related to parts of the body
- Use reflexive verbs that refer a daily routine or habitual actions
- Express how often or how little you do something using adverbs of time
Mente sana en cuerpo sano
- Use vocabulary related to illness and health
- Use reflexive verbs that refer to emotions
- Use por and para appropriately for the context
- Read about some approaches to health and wellbeing in South America
¿Terminaste tus tareas?
- Use vocabulary related to chores and errands
- Use regular verbs in the preterit tense to describe past events
- Recognize direct objects and use direct object pronouns
Nosotros preferimos ir de compras
- Use vocabulary related to shopping
- Use stem-changing verbs in the preterit tense to describe past events
- Use the appropriate direct object pronoun for the context
- Read about shopping experiences in the past and present, and in the US and Latin America
¿Adónde fuiste de vacaciones?
- Use vocabulary related to travel
- Use irregular verbs in the preterit tense to describe past events
- Differentiate and use various ways to say “to become” and “to realize” in Spanish
¿Le dio un regalo?
- Use vocabulary related to hotels and lodging
- Use indirect object pronouns to construct sentences with verbs like gustar
- Use direct and indirect object pronouns together
- Read about some of the noteworthy places in Latin America
¡Luces, cámara, acción!
- Use vocabulary related to technology
- Use verbs in the imperfect past tense
- Properly use indefinite and negative expressions
Cuando te gusta tu trabajo, todos los días son vacaciones
- Use vocabulary related to professions
- Compare two things using comparative expressions
- Use superlative expressions
- Read about COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning)
¡Nos vamos de fiesta!
- Use vocabulary related to modern holidays and celebrations
- Distinguish the use of the imperfect for description and the preterite for narration of past events
- Distinguish the use of imperfect for ongoing actions and the preterit for interrupting actions in the past
¿Sabes toda la historia de tus tradiciones?
- Use vocabulary related to traditional holidays and celebrations
- Distinguish the use of the imperfect for describing ongoing conditions and the preterit for the onset of conditions
- Integrate the various uses of preterit and imperfect in complete narrations
- Become familiar with the various public festivities that the Spanish-speaking world celebrates
Si cuidamos la tierra, la tierra nos cuidará
- Understand and use vocabulary related to geography and the environment
- Use the present perfect tense
- Use the simple future tense
Sin tierra ni olivares ¿qué sería de las ciudades?
- Use the names of common animals
- Use the conditional tense
- Correctly use the relative pronouns que, donde, and quien
- Learn about and discuss environmental challenges in the Hispanic world
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