Madrigal's Magic Key to Spanish

ISBN-10: 0385410956

ISBN-13: 9780385410953

Edition: 1989

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List price: $16.00
Copyright year: 1989
Publisher: Crown/Archetype
Publication date: 9/1/1989
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.232

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Preface
Leccion Numero Uno
Words that are identical in Spanish and English
How to convert English words into Spanish words
How to form sentences
Lists of words that are similar or identical in Spanish and English
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "al," "ble," "ic," "ent," and "ant"
Basic differences in spelling between Spanish and English
Leccion Numero Dos
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "ist," "ous," and "ion"
The use of these words in sentences
Leccion Numero Tres
How to convert nouns that end in "ion" into verbs
How to form questions
Leccion Numero Cuatro
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "ty"
Conversation using "tome" (I took) and "tomo" (you took)
Leccion Numero Cinco
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "ry" and "em"
Conversation using "visite" (I visited) and "invite" (I invited)
Leccion Numero Seis
A simple way of converting English verbs into Spanish verbs
How to use these verbs in sentences
Leccion Numero Siete
Conversation using "hable" (I spoke, talked)
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "ce" and "cy"
Leccon Numero Ocho
An easy way to convert Spanish nouns you know into verbs
How to form questions in the past tense
Leccion Numero Nueve
How to greet people
Conversation using "Como esta?" (How are? How is?)
Leccion Numero Diez
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "in" or "ine"
Conversation using "compre" (I bought) and "compro" (you bought)
Leccion Numero Once
How to express future action
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "ive"
Test Your Progress
Leccion Numero Doce
Further practice in expressing future action
Conversation using "trabajar" (to work)
The days of the week
Leccion Numero Trece
Verbs that end in "er" and "ir"
Practice in expressing future action with these verbs
How to form adverbs
Leccion Numero Catorce
How to form the past tense singular of "er" and "ir" verbs
List of "er" and "ir" verbs that are similar to their English equivalents
How to form the plural of nouns
Leccion Numero Quince
Conversation using "ver" (to see) and "trabajar" (to work)
How to use Spanish adjectives
Leccion Numero Diez y Seis
Conversation using "leer" (to read)
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "cle" and "y"
Leccion Numero Diez y Siete
How to form the past tense plural of "ar" verbs
Conversation using "pasar" (to pass, to spend time)
Leccion Numero Diez y Ocho
Past tense plural of "er" and "ir" verbs
The months of the year
Leccion Numero Diez y Nueve
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "ct"
Conversation using "cantar" (to sing) and "oir" (to hear)
Leccion Numero Veinte
Conversation using "estar" (to be)
How to form Spanish words from English words that end in "ure" and "ute"
Test Your Progress
Leccion Numero Veintiuno
How to form the Spanish equivalents of English participles that end in "ing"--"singing," "working," etc.--and their use in conversation
Leccion Numero Veintidos
How to form the present tense singular of "ar" verbs
Conversation using these verbs
Leccion Numero Veintitres
How to form the present tense singular of "er" and "ir" verbs
Conversation using these verbs
Further practice with Spanish adjectives
Leccion Numero Veinticuatro
How to form the plural of the present tense
Leccion Numero Veinticinco
A simple way to convert Spanish verbs into nouns
Conversation using "tuve" (I had) and "estuve" (I was)
Leccion Numero Veintiseis
Use of "ir" (to go) in the present and past tenses
Conversation using "hice" (I did, made) and "vine" (I came)
Leccion Numero Veintisiete
How to form the present perfect tense with the auxiliary "haber ..." (to have ...)
Conversation using these verbs
Leccion Numero Veintiocho
Spelling changes in verbs
The numbers
Leccion Numero Veintinueve
Complete review of the most useful and important tenses of verbs
Further practice in using these verbs
Leccion Numero Treinta
Verbs that have slight changes in the stem
Test Your Progress
Leccion Numero Treinta y Uno
An easy way to learn irregular verbs
A list of the principal irregular verbs showing their similarity to each other
The present and past tenses of these verbs
Leccion Numero Treinta y Dos
How to use him, her, and you in Spanish conversation
Leccion Numero Treinta y Tres
Dialogues using him, her, and you
Leccion Numero Treinta y Cuatro
How to use to him, to her, to you, and for him, for her, for you in Spanish conversation
Leccion Numero Treinta y Cinco
Further practice in the use of to him, to her, to you
How to combine pronouns
Leccion Numero Treinta y Seis
Practice using the irregular verbs in conversation
Leccion Numero Treinta y Siete
Verbs which end in "cer"
How to use "me gusta" (I like) and "le gusta" (you like)
A menu vocabulary
Leccion Numero Treinta y Ocho
How to use "me" (myself) and "se" (yourself)
Test Your Progress
Leccion Numero Treinta y Nueve
How to say I used to ... you used to ... in Spanish
Leccion Numero Cuarenta
How to give commands in Spanish
List of frequently used commands
Test Your Progress
Leccion Numero Cuarenta y Uno
How to express hope, fear, doubt, and desire in Spanish
Leccion Numero Cuarenta y Dos
How to express past hopes, fears, doubts, and desires in Spanish
How to say I would ... you would ... etc., in Spanish
Leccion Numero Cuarenta y Tres
Stem-changing verbs I, II, III
Lists of all types of stemchanging verbs
Leccion Numero Cuarenta y Cuatro
Irregular past participles
Verbs that end in "uir"
Impersonal verbs
How to use the verb "deber" (should, ought, must)
Passive voice
Negatives and double negatives
Leccion Numero Cuarenta y Cinco
The familiar form of address
Possessives
Diminutives
Stresses and accents
Common Spanish Expressions
Vocabulary
Index
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