Spanish Vocabulary: Formal and Informal Dining

… Identify Spanish Vocabulary: Formal and Informal Dining el vocabulario español: a comer formal e informal A variety of food items and ordering terms. Dine in a formal or informal restaurant. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Nouns – Basics … Study el agua : water Quiero un agua por favor. I want a water please. […]

Spanish Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation

… Identify Spanish Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation el vocabulario español: tener una conversación formal Basic elements of formal conversations. Demonstrate a respectful tone. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Nouns – Basics LEAF Spanish Grammar: Verb Conjugation – Basics … Study Señor (Sr.) : Mr. / sir ¡Buenos días, señor! Good morning, sir! Señora (Sra.) […]

French Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation

… Identify: French Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation le vocabulaire français: tenir une conversation formelle Conversations are a basic element of communication! Make a good first (and last) impression with people to whom you want to show respect! Study: Monsieur (M.) : Mr. / sir Bonjour, monsieur! Good morning, sir! Madame (Mme) : Mrs. / […]

Spanish Grammar: Formal Commands

… Identify Spanish Grammar: Formal Commands la gramática española: los imperativos formales Imperatives are also known as command forms. Use formal imperatives to ask people to do things in the usted form. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Imperatives – Basics … Study It is important to not only be able to understand commands but also […]

Hispanic Culture: Social Courtesies and Small Talk

Hispanic Culture: Social Courtesies and Small Talk Spanish and Latin American societies tend to be quite traditional; strict conventions govern social behavior. Although economic, social, and political events have brought about many changes in the makeup of society and in the roles of both men and women, a strong sense of family still prevails and […]

Hispanic Culture: The Familiar (Informal) Form “Tú”

Hispanic Culture: The Familiar (Informal) Form “Tú” The use of the familiar “tú” form will vary quite a bit from country to country, from region to region within a given country, from family to family, and among individuals. The familiar form is used more readily in some countries than in others; however, in recent years […]

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