¡Bienvenidos a Español 2!

Spanish 2 is divided into 4 sections

Spanish 2 is a continuation of Spanish 1.  Since Spanish 1 covered units 1-4, Spanish 2 will be starting with unit 5 and continue through unit 8.  As you journey into Spanish 2, it is assumed that you have a good understanding of what you were expected to learn in Spanish1.  If you find yourself struggling with Spanish 1 information, I encourage you to go back and review the information from Spanish 1 from this website.  

 

In my classes, this unit will last from August to

 October.

 

In this unit students will learn:

1.  Making travel plans

2.  Important topics related to travel to Spanish

 Speaking countries.

 

 Grammar for this unit will focus on:

1.  Using the verb Estar with conditions and

 emotions.

2.  The present progressive tense.

3.  The differences between Ser and Estar.

4.  Using direct object nouns and pronouns.

 

In my classes, this unit will last from October to

 December.

 

In this unit students will learn:

1.  About clothing and shopping

2.  Negotiating prices 

3.  Expressing preferences.

 

 Grammar for this unit will focus on:

1.  Using the verbs saber and conocer correctly

2.  The preterite past tense of verbs ser and ir.

3.  The preterite past tense of regular AR verbs.

4.  Using demonstrative adjectives and

 pronouns.

5.  Using indirect object pronouns.

 

In my classes, this unit will last from January to

 March.

 

In this unit students will learn:

1.  To talk about daily routines

2.  Talk about personal hygiene.

 

 Grammar for this unit will focus on:

1.  Reflexive verbs.

2.  Indefinite and Negative words

3.  The Imperfect past tense

 

In my classes, this unit will last from March to

 May.

 

In this unit students will learn:

1.  To talk about food.

2.  To order food in a restaurant.

3.  To describe food.

 

 Grammar for this unit will focus on:

1.  Verbs that conjugate like the verb gustar.

2.  Comparing people and things.

3.  Superlative forms (The best, worst, etc.)

4.  Using double object pronouns.

 

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What You Get

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