As its title suggests, Motivos de conversación both motivates students to use Spanish and gives them the tools they need to use it. The popularity of this communicative text comes from its realistic size and flexible organization that works no matter how many (or few) class meetings a week. In 15 simply structured lessons, Motivos de conversación provides students with core vocabulary and the essential grammar structures necessary for the first year, along with focused practice to build confidence and communicative activities to develop skills. The cultural themes carefully developed in each chapter provide a rich and interesting context for the new language students are learning. A number of improvements make Motivos de conversación, Fourth Edition, even easier to use and more interesting to read. Motivos has been shortened from 18 to 15 lessons in this edition, with a corresponding reorganization of the grammar syllabus. Two new chapter themes emphasize the cultural heritage of Hispanics in the western hemisphere, and a new cultural feature called Viaje por el mundo hispánico has been added. A variety of new dialogues, readings, realia, and cultural notes have also been added to the Fourth Edition.
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María Canteli Dominicis, Professor of Spanish at St. John's University, New York, was born in Cuba and has been teaching college-level Spanish in the United States since 1961. She holds a degree of Doctora en Filosofía y Letras from the University of Havana and a Ph.D. from New York University. Professor Dominicis is the author of Don Juan en el teatro español del siglo XX and Escenas cotidianas, a textbook for intermediate-level conversation courses. She is a coauthor of a number of college textbooks, including Casos y cosas (an intermediate conversation text),¡En camino! and ¡Adelante! At St. John's University, Professor Dominicis has recently served as chairperson of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages. At the present time, she is the coordinator of the Spanish Division and the director of the language laboratory.Language Notes:
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