Hola, amigos! / Edition 7

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Overview


This highly accessible, manageable program is user-friendly for instructors, teaching assistants, and students. Known for its succinct and precise grammar explanations, its presentation of high-frequency and practical vocabulary, and overall flexibility, Hola, amigos! continues to maintain its appeal with instructors regardless of their preferred methodology. The program is designed to develop students' ability to communicate effectively in Spanish in a variety of situations as well as to strengthen cultural awareness and competence. It offers a full scope and sequence, yet is brief enough to be used effectively for a two-semester course. The Seventh Edition features all-new art and video programs as well as enhanced integration and presentation of culture. All components are fully integrated with the flexibility to accommodate a range of scheduling factors, contact hours, course objectives, and ability levels.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780618794041
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 1/12/2007
  • Edition description: Bilingual
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author


Ana C. Jarvis, a native of Paraguay, was born in Asunci?n and attended school in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She received her Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of California, Riverside, in 1973. Currently an instructor of Spanish at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Chandler, Arizona, Dr. Jarvis has taught at Mesa Community College; the University of California, Riverside; San Bernardino Valley College; Brigham Young University; and Riverside City College. In addition to authoring numerous Spanish textbooks, she has published several short stories in Spanish and is currently at work on a novel. She has been honored as Faculty Member of the Year at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.


Raquel Lebredo was born in Camag?ey, Cuba. She attended school in Havana and later enrolled at the University of Havana, where she received a Ph.D. in Education in 1950. After living in Spain for a period of time, she moved in 1968 to the United States. Dr. Lebredo was awarded a Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of California, Riverside, in 1973. Since then, she has taught Spanish at Claremont Graduate School, Crafton Hills College, the University of Redlands, and California Baptist College, and has authored several Spanish textbooks. She was honored as Faculty Member of the Year by the student body at California Baptist College, and in 1991 she received a YWCA Women of Achievement award.


Francisco Mena-Ayll?n, a native of Madrid, Spain, received his Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of California, Riverside in 1973. He has taught Spanish language and literature courses at the University of California, Riverside; Oberlin College; California State University; Chico State; the University of Redlands; and Crafton Hills College. In addition to authoring numerous Spanish textbooks in the United States, he has written a book about Federico Garc?a Lorca and published several volumes of his own poetry in Spain, Latin America, and the United States. His work has also been included in several anthologies of contemporary Spanish poets, and he is listed in Qui?n es qui?n en las letras espa?olas, 1978 (Who's Who in Spanish Letters), as an important contributor to contemporary Spanish literature.

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Table of Contents


Unidad I. Los estudiantes universitarios Leccion 1. Bienvenidos! Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Las vocales Puntos para recordar: Gender and number of nouns, part I. Definite and indefinite articles. Subject pronouns. Present indicative of ser. Forms of adjectives and agreement of articles, nouns, and adjectives. The alphabet. Numbers 0 to 39 Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Un mensaje electronico. Un dicho Leccion 2. Nuestras clases Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Linking Puntos para recordar: Present indicative of -ar verbs. Interrogative and negative sentences. Possessive adjectives. Gender of nouns, part II. Numbers 40 to 200. Telling time. Days of the week and months and seasons of the year Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Tu horario. Un dicho Lectura. Universidad Nacional El mundo hispánico. Los mexicoamericanos, los cubanoamericanos, los puertorriquenos Tome este examen. Lecciones 1, 2 Unidad II. En familia Leccion 3. Los trabajos de la casa Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Las consonantes b,v Puntos para recordar: Present indicative of -er and -ir verbs. Possession with de. Present indicative of tener and venir. Expressions with tener. Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns. Numbers from 300 to 1,000 Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Para dividir el trabajo. Un dicho Leccion 4. Una fiesta de cumpleanos Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: La consonante c Puntos para recordar: Verbs with irregular first-person forms. Saber vs. conocer. Personal a. Contractions: al and del. Present indicative of ir, dar, and estar. Ir a + infinitive Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Un mensaje electronico. Un dicho Lectura: Sociales El mundo hispánico. Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador Tome este examen. Lecciones 3, 4 Unidad III. ¿Que comemos hoy? Leccion 5. El menu, por favor Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Las consonantes g, j, h Puntos para recordar: Present progressive. Uses of ser and estar. Stem-changing verbs: e > ie Comparative and superlative adjectives, adverbs, and nouns. Pronouns as objects of prepositions Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: En un restaurante. Un dicho Leccion 6. En el mercado Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Las consonantes ll, n Puntos para recordar: Stem-changing verbs: o > ue. Stem-changing verbs: e > i. Direct object pronouns. Affirmative and negative expressions. Hace...que Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Un invitado importante. Un dicho Lectura: Seccion gastronomica El mundo hispánico. Costa Rica, Panamá, Honduras, Nicaragua Tome este examen. Lecciones 5, 6 Unidad IV. Para divertirse Leccion 7. Un fin de semana Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Las consonantes l, r, rr Puntos para recordar: Preterit of regular verbs. Preterit of ser, ir, and dar. Indirect object pronouns. The verb gustar. Reflexive constructions. Rodeo: Summary of the Pronouns Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Un dia tipico. Un dicho Leccion 8. Las actividades al aire libre Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Pronunciation in context Puntos para recordar: Preterit of some irregular verbs. Direct and indirect object pronouns used together. Stem-changing verbs in the preterit. The imperfect tense. Formation of adverbs Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: De vacaciones. Un dicho Lectura: De versos sencillos (Jose Marti) El mundo hispánico. Cuba, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, La Republica Dominicana Tome este examen. Lecciones 7, 8 Unidad V. ¿Que hacemos hoy? Leccion 9. No tengo nada que ponerme Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Pronunciation in context Puntos para recordar: Some uses of por and para. Weather expressions. The preterit contrasted with the imperfect. Hace... meaning ago. Possessive pronouns Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: ¿Como era Ud.? Un dicho Leccion 10. Diligencias Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Pronunciation in context Puntos para recordar: Past participles. Present perfect tense. Past perfect (pluperfect) tense. Formal commands: Ud. and Uds. Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: En el banco. Un dicho Lectura: Lecciones de ingles (Adaptado)(Germán Arciniegas) El mundo hispánico. Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay Tome este examen. Lecciones 9, 10 Unidad VI. De vacaciones Leccion 11. Buen viaje! Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Pronunciation in context Puntos para recordar: Introduction to the subjunctive mood. Subjunctive with verbs of volition. Subjunctive with verbs of emotion. Some uses of the prepositions a, de, and en Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: En una agencia de viajes. Un dicho Leccion 12. ¿Donde nos hospedamos? Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Pronunciation in context Puntos para recordar: Subjunctive to express indefiniteness and nonexistence. Familiar commands. Verbs and prepositions. Ordinal numbers Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: En un hotel. Un dicho Lectura: El canario y el cuervo (Tomás Iriarte) El mundo hispánico. Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Brasil Tome este examen. Lecciones 11, 12 Unidad VII. ¿Como te sientes? Leccion 13. En la sala de emergencia Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Pronunciation in context Puntos para recordar: Subjunctive to express doubt, denial, and disbelief. Subjunctive with certain conjunctions. First-person plural commands. Rodeo: Summary of the Command Forms. ¿Que? and ¿cuál? used with ser Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Un accidente. Un dicho Leccion 14. Hablando con el medico Para hablar del tema: Vocabulario Para practicar el vocabulario Pronunciacion: Pronunciation in context Puntos para recordar: Future tense. Conditional tense. Rodeo: Summary of the Tenses of the Indicative. The imperfect subjunctive. If-clauses. Rodeo: Summary of the Uses of the Subjunctive Entre nosotros. Conversemos! Para escribir: Con el doctor. Un dicho Lectura: Rimas (Gustavo Adolfo Bequer) El mundo hispánico. Espana Tome este examen. Lecciones 13, 14 Un poco más Compound tenses of the indicative: Future perfect. Conditional perfect Compound tenses of the subjunctive: Present perfect subjunctive. Pluperfect subjunctive Appendices Appendix A: Spanish Sounds Appendix B: Verbs Appendix C: Glossary of Grammatical Terms Appendix D. Answer Key to Tome este examen Vocabularies Spanish--English English--Spanish
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