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Spanish 401 - Advanced Spanish Class

SpanishL2 Level 4, Advanced Spanish

Topics: Spanish, Language
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Chapter 1 Lesson 4-001:Use of the verbs: 'pensar, creer, opinar, parecer' to express opinionIntroduce the cardinal points: norte, sur, oriente, occidenteRecognize and locate names and cities of some Latin Amercan countriesIntroduce some indigenous cultures from Latin AmericaLesson 4-002:Introduce indigenous cultures from MexicoNames, traditions and important places related to 'Maya's' cultureUse new vocabulary and verbs to describe 'Maya's' culture: 'cultivar, sembrar, cazar' and 'constructores, inventores, valientes, trabajadores, honrados'Lesson 4-003:Introduce indigenous cultures from Guatemala and HondurasIntroduce the adverbs of place: 'Aqu, ac, all, all, ah'Practice with the superlatives: 'El ms...'Lesson 4-004:Introduce indigenous cultures from PeruDescribe Incas' traditionsPractice with prepositions of movement: ' ir + a, ir + hacia, venir + de, venir + desde'Introduce the concept of: 'trueque'Practice with the cardinal points locating cities and touristic places in PeruUsing nouns and verbs: 'VALER Vs. COSTAR - VALOR Vs. PRECIO'Lesson 4-005:Practice with the adverbs of 'Aqu, ac, all, all, ah'Expressing opinions about 'Los Incas and Mayas'Using superlatives to compare 'Incas and Mayas' culturesLesson 4-006:Introduce indigenous cultures from ColombiaUses of the verbs 'saber' and 'conocer'Culture and location of indigenous cultures from ColombiaLesson 4-007:Practice with the verbs 'saber' and 'conocer'Expressing opinions about the indigenous cultures: 'Mayas, Chibchas, and Incas'Practice expressing opinions using: 'NO S, NO ESTOY DE ACUERDO, NO ME PARECE, NO ME INTERESA, NO TENGO IDEA'Lesson 4-008:Introduce possessive pronouns: 'MO, TUYO, SUYO, NUESTRO, SUYO'Introduce plural masculine and feminine possessive pronouns:'MIOS/MIAS, TUYOS/TUYAS, NUESTROS/NUESTRAS'Introduce indigenous cultures from Argentina and Uruguay.Practice with uses of the verb 'SEGUIR'Lesson 4-009:Practice with the verb 'SEGUIR'Practice with possessive pronounsUsing tildes with verbs and nounsPractice with the direct object pronoun: 'LO'Introduce indigenous cultures from BrazilPractice with preterite to talk about BrazilLesson 4-010:Practice with the imperative form of regular verbsPractice with negative and affirmative sentences in imperative formLesson 4-011:Express simultaneous actions using imperfectUsing 'mientras' to describe simultaneous actionsIntroduce imperfect continuos to describe activities in the pastUse of imperfect continuos and preterite to talk about pastLesson 4-012:Practice with the content of chapter 4 using Myths and Legends from Latin AmericaLesson 4-013:Practice with the content of chapter 4 using Myths and Legends from Latin AmericaLesson 4-014:Practice with the content of chapter 4 using Myths and Legends from Latin AmericaLesson 4-015: Closing chapter 1Chapter 2Lesson 4-016:Use vocabulary related to a reality show: 'concursante, juez, jurado, competencia, eliminatoria'Introduce the conjugation of the verb 'haber'Introduce the present perfect and its differences between English and SpanishLesson 4-017:Introduce past participles of regular verbs: 'bailar/bailado, cantar/cantado, tocar/tocado, vivir/vividoIntroduce cultural information about 'flamenco'Use vocabulary related to 'flamenco'Lesson 4-018:Practice with past participles of regular verbsIntroduce cultural information about 'tango'Practice with the structure of present perfectLesson 4-019:Introduce past participles of irregular verbs: 'tener/tenido, estar/estado, ser/sido'Introduce cultural information about 'salsa'Lesson 4-020:Practice with past participles of irregular verbs: 'tener/tenido, estar/estado, ser/sido'Introduce new past participles of irregular verbs: 'leer, ver'Introduce cultural information about 'rancheras'Lesson 4-021:Practice with past participles of irregular verbsIntroduce past participles of the verbs: 'decir and hacer'Introduce cultural information about: 'vallenato'Lesson 4-022:Introduce the past participles of the verbs: 'poner, escribir, volver'Introduce cultural information about 'samba'Lesson 4-023:Introduce new past participles: 'abrir, resolver, romper'Introduce cultural information about traditional music in Latin AmericaLesson 4-024: Introduce the past participle of the verb 'morir'Negative and affirmative sentences using present perfectIntroduce cultural information about 'merengue'Lesson 4-025:Practice with negative and interrogative sentences using present perfectUse of the adverbs of time:TODAVA/AN/NUNCA in present perfecIntroduce cultural information about 'msica llanera'Lesson 4-026:Uses of the present perfectUsing 'desde' and present perfectIntroduce cultural information about 'el pasadoble'Practice with present perfectLesson 4-027:New uses of the present perfectUsing 'siempre' and 'nunca' to talk about routinesIntroduce cultural information about 'msica protesta'Lesson 4-028:Introduce cultural information about 'cumbia'Using 'marcadores de tiempo' in present perfectLesson 4-029:Introduce cultural information about 'bolero'Practice with 'marcadores de tiempo' and present perfectLesson 4-030: Closing chapter 2Chapter 3Lesson 4-031:Introduce the verb 'tejer' in present and past tenseIntroduce the gerund and past participle of the verb 'tejer'Introduce the expression 'el da de tu santo'How to create diminutives of words ending with -o, -a, -teUses of diminutivesIntroduce vocabulary related to lullabiesLesson 4-032:Practice with diminutives and its endingsTalking about people from BarranquillaAnimal soundsWorking with lullabies: 'Los pollitos dicen' and 'Pin-Pon'New vocabulary: 'pollitos, abrigo, acurrucar, apretn, peine, cartn, tirones, mueco'Lesson 4-033:Introduce traditional characters in Latin American lullabiesPractice with diminutivesIntroduce the expression: 'sacar la lengua'New vocabulary: 'un chaparrn, cueva, vieja, pajaro/pajarito'Lesson 4-034:Introduce the verb 'mojarse'Introduce the expression 'ponerse a llorar'Practice with reflexive verbs in present perfectLesson 4-035:A Latin American traditional story:'La cucarachita Martinez'Working with some verbs from the story: rugir, brioso, patear, relinchar, morder, ladrarLesson 4-036:Differences an uses of 'despertar' / 'despertarse'Practice with the Direct Object PronounsIntroduce the name of the fingersLesson 4-037:Introduce the expression:'ponerse a bailar'Practice with the verbs 'partir y pedir'Introduce the verb 'entretenerse'Lesson 4-038:Explaining the verbs 'patear/cocear'Introduce the expression: 'mocho'Creating diminutives with words ending in 'co'/'ca'Using the ending 'quito'/'quita' to create diminutivesReviewing numbers from 90.000 to one millionLesson 4-039:Practice with the verb 'conocer' and direct object pronounsUses of 'curar and quebrar'Introduce synonyms of words like 'patilla' and 'coche'Lesson 4-040:Practice with tongue twisterIntroduce the expression: 'estar empapado'New vocabulary: 'salar, cuesta, costar'Lesson 4-041:Practice with the conjugation of the verbs 'sentarse, arrodillarse, decir, recoger, llevar'Introduce the expressions 'estar sentado' 'estar de pie':Lesson 4-042:Listening comprehension with little storiesLesson 4-043:Introduce new vocabulary using traditional songsLesson 4-044:Practice with the verbs 'caer and enamorarse'New vocabulary: 'chico/chica, beso, esquina'Lesson 4-045:closing chapter 3Chapter 4Lesson 4-046:Describing people using the verbs 'ser' and 'tener'Comparing physical appearance using superlatives and comparativesIntroduce the use of 'por' to express a length of timeLesson 4-047:Describing someone's lifePractice with 'por' to express a length of timeIntroduce the use of 'por' to express a length of timeUsing 'por' in mathematic operations: multiplication and divisionExpressions with 'por': 'por primera vezLesson 4-048:Practice with preterite and imperfect to describe someone's lifePractice with equality and inequality comparative to describe someonePractice with the uses of 'por' studied in previous lessonsIntroduce 'por' meaning 'through, along, by or in the area'Expressions with 'por': 'por eso'Lesson 4-049:Practice with imperfect and preterit to describe someone's routinesPractice with uses of 'por'Introduce the expression: 'por ahora'Lesson 4-050:Introduce expressions with 'ser'Using 'por' to express gratitudeLesson 4-051:Practice with the expressions: 'ser malcridado/consentido/caprichoso'Introduce the verb: 'disculparse'Using 'por' to express gratitude an apologyLesson 4-052:Describing someone's hobbiesThe difference between 'ser serio' and 'estar serio'Introduce the expression 'tener la culpa''Para' to show the use or purpose of somethingLesson 4-053:Describing someone's life: before and nowThe difference between: 'ser listo' y 'estar listo'Introduce the expression: 'estar harto'Lesson 4-054:Introduce the use of 'por' to express an undetermined or general timePractice with the verb 'esconderse'Expressions with 'por': 'por ningn ladoLesson 4-055:Practice with the uses of 'por' reviewed in this chapterPractice with 'estar listo' and 'ser listo'Introduce the use of 'por' to express a way of communication or transportationLesson 4-056:Practice with the use of 'para' to show the use or purpose of a thing.Introduce the use of 'para' to express a deadlineLesson 4-057:Introduce information about id documents in Colombia for women and menIntroduce the verb 'demostrar''Militar service' in ColombiaLesson 4-058:Introduce the use of 'para' to mean in order to'Using 'para' to explain a processLesson 4-059:Expressing likes and dislikesPractice with the uses of 'por' and 'para' studied in the chapterLesson 4-060:closing chapter 4Chapter 5Lesson 4-061:Creating words with the prefixes 'in' and 'des'Introduce new superlativesVocabulary related to 'news'Lesson 4-062:Introduce the expressions: 'estar al aire' 'sa'lir al aire'Practice with superlativesLesson 4-063:Introducing news about politicsUsing gerund+llevar to express periods of timeUsing gerund+llevar or 'hace+ a period of time' to express the same ideaLesson 4-064:Introduce vocabulary related to news papers and magazinesTalking about tabloidsIntroduce direct and indirect style to express someone's opinionLesson 4-065:Introduce: NOTICIA DE LTIMA HORA!Introduce the structure: 'acaba de + verb in infinitive form'Vocabulary: 'una protesta'Lesson 4-066:Practice with the structure: 'acaba de + verb. in infinitive'Practice with the indirect style to comment someone's opinionLesson 4-067:Practice with superlativesIntroduce the expression: 'tragar entero'Practice with 'seguir' + gerundVocabulary related to weatherLesson 4-068:Practice with superlativesIntroduce the expression: 'tragar entero'Practice with 'seguir' + gerundVocabulary related to weatherLesson 4-069:Vocabulary related to sportsPractice with questions using 'hace' and a period of timePractice with 'acaba de...'Giving suggestions using conditionalIntroduce the expression: 'tener pecueca'Lesson 4-070:Practice with the conditional in questions and negative sentencesPractice with vocabulary related to weatherLesson 4-071:Practice with gerunds and the verb 'seguir'Practice with predictionsNews and gossipsLesson 4-072:Practice with conditional and the sentences structureLesson 4-073:Vocabulary related to food and recipesFollowing instructions in a recipeLesson 4-074:Vocabulary related to traffic report in the newsIntroduce the expression: 'tener ganas de'Lesson 4-075:closing chapter 4


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  • Size: Large Class
  • Instructor: Simple3
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  • Topics: Spanish, Language

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