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  1. THE SPANISH AMERICAN READER
  2. e-book Lección privada: Intercambio con mi profesor (Spanish Edition)
  3. coser y cantar | WordReference Forums
  4. ¿Qué tipo de clases particulares inglés Madrid se ofrecen?
  5. Clases particulares y Profesores particulares

In population, Mexico is the leader with almost million and Equatorial Guinea has the lowest population with around , inhabitants. One of the aspects of culture is courtesy. Courtesy may be expressed in Spanish by using the formal means of address, usted and ustedes, and by using titles. Here are some more examples of courtesy in Hispanic culture.

When asking for someone on the telephone in English, we might simply say: Is Jim there? If you would be so kind, would you please connect me with Mr.

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Pedro de la Garza? Your home is at San Pedro Avenue. Or Tiene su casa en la Avenida San Pedro, You have your home at San Pedro Avenue. This is my address but you can consider it your home also. Come in, you are in your home.

Or Pasen, mi casa es su casa. Come in, my home is your home. When someone leaves your home late at night, a possible farewell could be: Buenas noches. Ten cuidado. Quiero saber si llegaste bien. Be careful. Call me when you get home. I want to know if you got there OK.

e-book Lección privada: Intercambio con mi profesor (Spanish Edition)

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Thank you. Muchas gracias. Thank you very much. No te preocupes. Por favor. Excuse me. You bump into someone.

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Someone does you a huge favor. When you say thanks, the response is You ask someone to do something for you. You receive a gift. You need to pass in front of someone. Con permiso. A friend says he forgot to repay a loan. A friend asks you to go to the movies. Your friend had an accident. What Spanish expression would you use to show courtesy in this situation? Review the vocabulary lists, read the grammar explanations, and do the practice exercises.

Buenas tardes. Buenas noches. Nada nuevo.

¿Qué tipo de clases particulares inglés Madrid se ofrecen?

Greetings Hi. How are things? Good morning. Good afternoon. How are you?

Very well, thanks, and you? I am fine, thanks, and you? We are Fine, thanks, and you? How is it going? So-so, and you? How is it going with all of you? Very well, thanks, and how about you? Nothing new. How have you been? Very well, thanks. Ana: 3. Juegos de palabras Escribe un saludo en cada dibujo drawing. Escribe la palabra completa. It is used to address people that you know very well and also strangers. How is everybody today? Usted is also used with strangers, and in some parts of the Spanish-speaking world, with some older relatives. The informal plural pronouns vosotros and vosotras are used in most parts of Spain to address friends.

Ustedes is used in Spain in a formal plural situation, and in Spanish America it is used to address more than one person, formal or informal. Its abbreviation is Uds. Context can also identify the subject.

Ejemplo Carlos es mexicano. Es de Guadalajara. Carlos is Mexican. He is from Guadalajara. It is clear that Es means He is Carlos is. Ejemplo Es de San Antonio. Es de Laredo. He is from San Antonio. She is from Laredo. Subject pronouns can also be used for emphasis. Who is from San Antonio? Yo soy de San Antonio. I am from San Antonio. The subject pronouns Yo and I are stressed with the voice. Subject pronouns may be used alone. Who is the professor?

Clases particulares y Profesores particulares

She is. Ejemplo It is very difficult. As a result, using vos will require a change in the form of the verb. Ana y Teresa 2. The speaker 7. Juan 3. Juan y yo 9. Antonio, Manuel y Carla 5. The listener, formal The listener, informal The verb estar to be with greetings The verb estar to be is used to tell how someone feels and to indicate what condition the person is in.

It is used to express conditions that can be considered changeable or temporary so therefore it is used with greetings. Completa los saludos con la forma correcta del verbo estar. Plural Singular 1. Yo Ud.? Nosotros Uds.?