Manual de gramática: En espanol

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Cengage Learning, Mar 23, 2010 - Foreign Language Study - 544 pages
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MANUAL DE GRAMÁTICA - completamente escrito en espanol! MANUAL DE GRAMÁTICA is now completely written in Spanish! MANUAL DE GRAMÁTICA is the most accessible grammar reference for intermediate and advanced students of Spanish. It combines clear, easy-to-use charts with detailed grammar presentations. Beginning with sentence structure, the text follows a logical progression of topics from parts of speech to verb tenses to the finer points of lexical variation. The text facilitates independent study. Students have the opportunity to self-correct in practice as supporting exercises are followed by answer keys. The text covers all major grammatical rules of Spanish and offers real-world applications of all grammar points, making it an invaluable reference tool for intermediate and advanced literature and language courses.
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Contents

Prefacio
Perspectiva general
Los sustantivos y sus determinantes
Los pronombres
Las preposiciones los adverbios las conjunciones y las transiciones
Los verbos formación
Los verbos uso
Ser estar haber hacer y tener
Variaciones léxicas
Ejercicios
Modelos de conjugación
Índice
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About the author (2010)

Zulma Iguina is a former senior lecturer in Spanish at Cornell University. Her academic background is in linguistics and literature, and she taught Spanish language at Cornell for more than 30 years. She worked intensively with novice teacher development while serving as coordinator for the elementary level, Spanish 121-122 for over a decade. She is the recipient of a Clark Award for Distinguished Teaching.

Eleanor Dozier is a former senior lecturer in Spanish at Cornell University. Her undergraduate and first graduate work were conducted at the University of Arizona, where she studied French and Spanish literature. She continued her doctoral studies at Cornell University and remains All But Dissertation in French literature. She taught French language for 12 years, and taught the Spanish language for 30 years. She served as the faculty fellow for the Language House in Spanish for several years, and for the academic year 1998-1999 co-directed the Cornell-Michigan-Penn Program in Seville. Dozier also has served as associate chair for Language Instruction for the Department of Romance Studies since the fall of 2000.

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