LEVEL SIX – SUCCESSFUL SPANISH
Pdf coursebook, pdf answer sheet and Mp3 download.
This final course in the series aims to expand our range of vocabulary and colloquial usage, provide wider opportunities for communication and cultural knowledge, whilst revisiting areas of the language already learnt. It also revises the present subjunctive, introduces the imperfect subjunctive and finishes with a summary of points aimed at advanced learners who may wish to continue with future study.
This package contains an audio file with a repetition of all written Spanish and a separate file with answers to exercises.
Expressions with colours
Dar, darse, llevar, llevarse, quedar
Text – Toledo
Regions of Spain map
Use and formation of passive voice
Describing an object – communication activity.
Text – Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente
Position of adjectives
Even more verbs
Revisiting present subjunctive
Imperfect subjunctive formation and use
First and second conditional sentences
Subjunctives of ser and estar
Two more grammar points – explained briefly!
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