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Spanish 1 Chap 1 Vocab 2 lesson for Asi Se Dice
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¡Asi se dice! - Book 1
This series of Spanish books is especially suitable for English-speaking students who wish to study Spanish in a systematic way, while learning about Latin American and Spanish culture. It is extremely popular in USA high schools, often being part of the curriculum. Each of the four books is available online in PDF format and complemented with fun videos and challenging audio activities. Every chapter deals with common daily situations and introduces facts about Spanish-speaking countries. Each book has listening activities throughout the book so that you become more familiar with Spanish accents. Apart from all these topics, students will learn the grammar points that correspond to the level A1 and A2 of Spanish, and social expressions to interact in the situations above such as travelling, ordering food, describing someone, and many more. This book reviews many of the topics taught in level 1 and introduces new ones such as talking about trips and getting to the airport, talking about being on an airplane, identifying parts of the body and talking about daily routine, backpacking and camping, vocabulary about train travel, discussions about train trips in Latin American countries, identifying more foods, utensils and dishes, discussing about restaurants in Latin America and Spain, talking about Hispanic holidays and comparing them with your country, computers, Internet and e-mails, electronic devices, technology in Hispanic countries, checking in into a hotel, asking for things in a hotel, discussing hotel stays in Spanish-speaking countries, describing life in the city and in the country, discussing the differences between the city and the country in Latin America, talking about cards, driving and giving directions, talking about foods and cooking, talking about health, exercise, accidents and fitness, and many more.
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You can choose to study vocabulary cards or challenge yourself with contextualized activities. When learning Spanish vocabulary with the flashcards, you can flip the card to learn its English equivalent, listen to a native Spanish speaker pronounce the word, and even record your own voice pronouncing the word to compare it to the recorded pronunciation. You have the option to view the English word first and challenge yourself to recall the Spanish equivalent. You mark your attempts as "correct" or "incorrect" and a status bar indicates your progress. Activities allow you to practice listening and reading comprehension. Listen to a phrase and match it to the correct answer, or read descriptions and match them to the correct illustration. Identify synonyms and antonyms, and sequence sentences correctly.