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By Bill VanPatten

Sol y viento integrates the most recent in moment language acquisition study with the best quality, Hollywood quality characteristic movie on hand for the Introductory Spanish school room. The Sol y viento application creates a different and desirable cultural adventure that motivates scholars to advance their verbal exchange talents. Created in particular for starting language freshmen, Sol y viento tells the tale of a Chilean relations and their vineyard, and of a tender U.S. Latino businessman who unearths himself intricately concerned with the family members as his corporation attempts to shop for their land. secret, romance, and the unexplainable forces of nature all play an element during this spellbinding tale, drawing scholars in and compelling them to wish to speak concerning the movie and its issues.

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M O D E L O : Tocan la guitarra. → Sting y Carlos Santana tocan la guitarra. 1. Tocan el piano. 2. Cantan (They sing) en público. 3. Bailan (They dance) en público. 4. Hablan español. 5. Hablan francés. 6. Practican el golf. 7. Charlan con el presidente de los Estados Unidos. 8. Critican las películas (movies). *You will learn that, like English, Spanish also contains words that have more than one meaning. Think of the word run in English. How many different meanings can you come up with? (Hint: run a mile, a run in your hose, run for office .

Ud. a b c MARIO : Pero, ¡claro que sí! … ¿Qué se le ofrece? d JAIME : Necesito mañana … JAIME : Selecting from the following list, what verb or activity do you think Jaime mentions in this scene? 1. viajar 2. visitar 3. charlar a ¿Ud…. Do you take trips outside of Santiago? b Pero… But of course! c ¿Qué… What can I do for you?

The book is on the desk. Juan y Diego no están en clase. Juan and Diego are not in class. Here are the forms of estar. estar (to be) yo estoy nosotros / as estamos tú estás vosotros/as estáis usted está ustedes están él / ella está ellos / ellas están Actividad D De Sol y viento In the prologue of Sol y viento that you will soon watch, a character talks about the presence of certain beings. Here are some lines of dialogue from the prologue. Notice the use of estar to express location. What do you think is always with us?

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