Casos Y Cosas

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1990 - Foreign Language Study - 336 pages
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Either as a supplementary or primary text on intermediate Spanish courses this text is a conversation-focused reader that centres around Casos (themes), and Cosas (things), drawn from the Spanish/Latin American world. Features new to this edition are: a revised sequence of grammar, and readings and materials.

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Maria Canteli Dominicis, Professor of Spanish at St. John's University, New York, was born in Cuba and has been teaching college-level Spanish in the United States since 1961. She holds a degree of Doctora en Filosofia y Letras from the University of Havana and a Ph.D. from New York University. Professor Dominicis is the author of Don Juan en el teatro espanol del siglo XX and Escenas cotidianas, a textbook for intermediate-level conversation courses. She is a coauthor of a number of college textbooks, including Casos y cosas (an intermediate conversation text), En camino! and Adelante! At St. John's University, Professor Dominicis has recently served as chairperson of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages. At the present time, she is the coordinator of the Spanish Division and the director of the language laboratory.

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