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Learn some common cooking procedures such as fritos

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learn some common cooking procedures such as “fritos” (fried), “asados” (roasted) or “cocidos” (cooked/boiled) and the names of the most common or iconic dishes (torVlla española, tacos, empanadas…) In our test, you will not be required to use less frequent terms such as “alcachofas rellenas” or “bacalao al pil-pil”. The same applies to other topics
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GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY SPELLING Alphabet and spelling IdenVfying stressed syllables in Spanish words and wriVng the /lde in words when necessary. 0.5 points will be deducted from your grade for each mistake VERBS “llamarse”, “apellidarse”, “tener” and other common irregular verbs used in class such as “leer”, “escribir”, “hablar”, “vivir”, etc. (regular verbs) “hacer”, “ser”, “dedicarse” and other verbs describing acVons in the working environment “gustar”, “parecer” and expressions of agreement and disagreement with other people’s opinions (también, tampoco…) Verbs “apetecer,” “querer,” “pedir”
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GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY OTHERS Workplaces such as “empresa”, “oficina”, “Venda”, “hospital”… Common expressions used class: “relaciona”, “pregunta”, “¿Qué significa esto?”, “¿puede repeVr?”, “por favor”, etc. Expressions of courtesy: “por favor”, “perdón”, “gracias/de nada”, etc. Possessive adjecVves: “mi”, “tu”, “su”… Gender (masculine/feminine) and number of adjecVves Contents from “Grammar Resources” secVon on Moodle, before and a²er mid-term test” DemostraVvos (demonstraVves) Use of adverbs or adverbial phrases like “muy,” “un poco,” “bastante,” “algo”… DisVncVon between the definite (el, la…) and indefinite arVcles (un, una…) Adverbs of frequency (muchas veces, generalmente, a veces, etc.) There is a full list on Moodle
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CULTURE
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CULTURE Famous Spanish-speaking people Spanish-speaking countries: number and general locaVon. Providing informaVon about your culture and your country of origin (language, food, tradiVons…) Important family celebraVons in Spanish-speaking countries Famous foods in the Spanish-speaking world such as “paella,” “bife de res,” “tacos,” “guacamole,” “empanada,” and “torVlla,” among others EaVng habits: differences between “tapear” (having “tapas” in bars) and eaVng a full menu. Drinking coffee. Meals of the day and their Vmes…
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READING
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READING Advice: Complete the reading exercises available on Moodle –in the reading secVon or other special folders –and check the answers to the exercises. If you have any doubt a²er compleVng them, check with your teacher or any other Spanish teacher during the consultaVon services—the consultaVon schedule is in the syllabus)
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WRITING
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WRITING In the final test you will have to apply what you have learned during the semester without the assistance of a dicVonary or online resources
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