Spanish Grammar in Review: Patterns for Communication

Spanish Grammar in Review: Patterns for Communication

by KennethChastain (Author)

Synopsis

Fear Spanish grammar no more and conquer your language-learning obstacles. "Spanish Grammar in Review" is a practical guide to Spanish grammar for learners at all levels. More than just a grammar text, this language resource uses a workbook approach to help you develop communication skills and express yourself in Spanish with confidence. Organized into eight sections for ease of use, "Spanish Grammar in Review" offers you: specific learning goals that focus your attention on effective ways to master Spanish structures; clear, concrete examples that illustrate the more difficult aspects of Spanish grammar; a vocabulary list and a glossary of grammatical terms; and, write-in exercises to reinforce each new grammar concept and improve your Spanish proficiency.New to this edition, an answer key for the book's exercises. This easy-to-use, comprehensive title covers topics such as: regular and irregular verbs in all tenses and moods; the usage differences between words such as ser vs. estar and para vs. por; reflexive verbs and stem-changing verbs; verbs meaning "to become"; the uses of se; the subjunctive in "if" clauses; and, many more. If Spanish grammar has left you frustrated, "Spanish Grammar in Review" will give you the guidance your studies desperately need. Its straightforward format and comprehensive content make this revised edition a perfect supplement to your class work or the ideal self-learning tool. You will no longer be intimidated by Spanish grammar and instead gain the confidence to communicate in Spanish freely and comfortably.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 448
Edition: 2
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Published: 01 May 2003

ISBN 10: 0071414169
ISBN 13: 9780071414166

Author Bio
Kenneth Chastain is professor emeritus in the department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese at the University of Virginia.