ISBN-10:
0072326190
ISBN-13:
9780072326192
Pub. Date:
02/27/2002
Publisher:
Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
Pasajes: Lengua (Student Edition) / Edition 5

Pasajes: Lengua (Student Edition) / Edition 5

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Overview

The Pasajes series is one of the most widely used and highly respected programs for intermediate Spanish courses in North America. As in previous editions, the seventh edition of Pasajes consists of three volumes, all coordinated by theme, chapter by chapter: a review of grammar (Lengua), a cultural reader Cultura), and a literary reader (Literatura). The result is a very flexible program that can be used in any combination and thus is easily adapted to suit the needs of a wide variety of instructors and intermediate courses. The new edition offers a new film feature in Lengua with pre- and post-viewing questios and an accompanying image. In addiiton, Literatura and Cultura each have three new or revised readings. All three volumes have a modified interior design, as well as updated and revised activities and photos.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780072326192
Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
Publication date: 02/27/2002
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 432
Product dimensions: 7.94(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.43(d)
Age Range: 11 - 17 Years

About the Author

Mary Lee Bretz is Professor Emerita of Spanish and former Chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Rutgers University. Professor Bretz received her Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of Maryland. She has published numerous books and articles on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish literature and on the application of contemporary literary theory to the study and teaching of Hispanic literature.

Trisha Dvorak is Senior Program Manager with Educational Outreach at the University of Washington. She has coordinated elementary language programs in Spanish and taught courses in Spanish language and foreign language methodology. Professor Dvorak received her Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin. She has published books and articles on aspects of foreign language learning and teaching and is co-author of Composición: Proceso y síntesis, a writing text for third year college students.

Carl Kirschner is Professor of Spanish and Dean of Rutgers College. Formerly Chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Rutgers, he has taught courses in linguistics (syntax and semantics), sociolinguistics and bilingualism, and second language acquisition. Professor Kirschner received his Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts. He has published a book on Spanish semantics and numerous articles on Spanish syntax, semantics, and bilingualism, and edited a volume on Romance linguistics.

Rodney Bransdorfer received his Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has taught at Purdue University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, andGustavus Adolphus College. He is currently Professor of Spanish at Central Washington University. He has presented papers at national conferences such as AATSP and AAAL. In addition to his work on the Pasajes series, he has authored or co-authored several other McGraw-Hill titles including: ¡Avance!, Second Edition (2008), ¿Qué te parece?, Third Edition (2005), the instructor's annotations for Nuevos Destinos: Spanish in Review (1998), and the instructor's annotations for Destinos: Alternate Edition (1997).

Table of Contents

Preface

Bienvenidos

Capítulo 1: Tipos y esterotipos

Describir y comentarEstrategias para la comunicaciónLengua1.
Gender and number of nouns2.
Basic patterns of adjective agreement3.
Equivalents of to be: ser, estar4.
Subject pronouns and the present indicative5.
Direct objectsPasaje culturalEnlace

Capítulo 2: La comunidad humana

Describir y comentarLengua6.
Impersonal se and passive se7.
Indirect objects8.
Sequence of object pronouns9.
The imperfect indicative10.
Reflexive structures11.
Gustar and similar verbsEnlace

Capítulo 3 : Costumbres y tradiciones

Describir y comentarLengua12.
Forms of the preterite13.
Hacer in expressions of time14.
Preterite/Imperfect contrast15.
Relative pronouns: que, quienEnlace

Capítulo 4 : La familia

Describir y comentarLengua16.
Imperatives: Formal direct commands17.
The subjunctive mood : Concept ; forms of the present subjunctive18.
Use of the subjunctive: Persuasion19.
Imperatives: Informal direct commandsEnlace

Capítulo 5: Geografía, demografía, tecnología

Describir y comentarLengua20.
More relative pronouns21.
Positive, negative, and indefinite expressions22.
Uses of the subjunctive: Certainty versus doubt; emotionEnlace

Capítulo 6: El hombre y la mujer en el mundo actual

Describir y comentarLengua23.
Present perfect indicative24.
Present perfect subjunctive25.
Uses of the subjunctive: Adjective clausesEnlace

Capítulo 7: El mundo delos negocios

Describir y comentarLengua26.
Review of the preterite27.
Review of the uses of the subjunctive28.
The past subjunctive: Concept; forms29.
Use of subjunctive and indicative in adverbial clausesEnlace

Capítulo 8: Creencias e ideologías

Describir y comentarLengua30.
The subjunctive in adverbial clauses: Interdependence31.
Por and para32.
The process se33.
Review of the subjunctive: An overviewEnlace

Capítulo 9: Los hispanos en los Estados Unidos

Describir y comentarLengua34.
The passive voice35.
Resultant state or condition versus passive voice36.
No-fault se constructions37.
A and en Enlace

Capítulo 10 : La salud y el bienestar

Describir y comentarLengua38.
Future and conditional39.
If clauses with simple tenses40.
ComparisonsEnlace

Capítulo 11: La ley y la libertad individual

Describir y comentarLengua41.
Other forms of the perfect indicative42.
The perfect subjunctive43.
More on the sequence of tensesEnlace

Capítulo 12: El trabajo y el ocio

Describir y comentarLengua
44.
Review of verb forms45.
Progressive forms46.
Restrictions on the use of the –ndo formsEnlace

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