Pregunta Esencial: How do I exchange personal information when meeting new people? EP-Cultura: Greetings: Personal space in Spanish-speaking culture is generally smaller than in US culture. The typical distance between two people talking is 6-12 inches. When greeting, it is customary to shake hands. Many people also exchange a kiss on the cheek and a hug. What are some other greetings and farewells that you might know from other cultures?

We are working on the Lección preliminar. You should be practicing the vocabulary. Here is a file with the list of vocabulary for this lesson.

Write the Spanish word or phrase on one side of a 3" X 5" card, and the English translation on the other side. Illustrate your flashcards when possible. Be sure to highligt any verb ending, accent marks, or other special spelling that will need a bit of extra attention. Bring to the class and show to your teacher.




Let practice the Spanisn basic conversation vocabulario.


http://quizlet.com/7934841/vocabulario-preliminar-flash-cards/

Difference between Ud. and Tú. when asking ¿De qué país eres tú/es Ud.?
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¿De qué país eres?
1. Soy de México.
2. Soy mexicano/ mexicana. (Adjective Agreement)

http://quizlet.com/4197514/latinoamerica-flash-cards/
http://quizlet.com/1125457/countriescapitals-flash-cards/



Communicative Activity 10 -- Y tú, ¿cómo estás?

Simple Spanish Vocabulary Quiz

Spanish Introduction

http://quizlet.com/343787/sp-1-pg-25-avancemos-flash-cards/