Spanish Grammar in Context

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McGraw-Hill, 2008 - Foreign Language Study - 270 pages
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Improve your Spanish language skills with authentic texts


The best way to bring the grammar of a language to life is by experiencing it in context, as it is actually used by native speakers and writers. Designed for the intermediate and advanced student, Spanish Grammar in Context puts Spanish grammar into context for you with an array of engaging texts, including newspaper articles, song lyrics, literary texts, and even transcriptions from TV talk shows.


Each chapter focuses on a specific element of grammar. A short text is followed by an explanation of the relevant grammar and several exercises. Exercises center on specific topics and stress everyday words and expressions. You get to build your vocabulary while honing grammar skills.


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The present tense
The preterite
The imperfect

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About the author (2008)

Juan Katt�n-Ibarra is an experienced and widely published author of many Spanish-language learning titles.


Angela Howkins is a lecturer in Spanish at Dundee College, Scotland.


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