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get talking Spanish in ten days Audio Course Angela Howkins and Juan Kattán-Ibarra Angela Howkins, former lecturer in Spanish at Dundee College, has taught students at all levels. Juan Kattán-Ibarra holds degrees in foreign-language teaching from universities on three continents. He taught Spanish at Ealing College and Shell International and was an examiner for the University of London School Examinations Board and is the author of best-selling Spanish courses. He now lives and works in Chile. Hodder Education 338 Euston Road, London NW1 3BH. Hodder Education is an Hachette UK company First published in UK 2012 by Hodder Education. First published in US 2012 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Based on original conversations from Teach Yourself Spanish Conversation and Speak Spanish with Confidence. Copyright 2012 Angela Howkins and Juan Kattán-Ibarra The moral rights of the authors have been asserted Database right Hodder Education (makers) The Teach Yourself name is a registered trademark of Hachette UK. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of Hodder Education, or as expressly permitted by law, or under terms agreed with the appropriate reprographic rights organization. Enquiries concerning reproduction outside the scope of the above should be sent to the Rights Department, Hodder Education, at the address above. You must not circulate this book in any other binding or cover and you must impose this same condition on any acquirer. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data: a catalogue record for this title is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: on file The publisher has used its best endeavours to ensure that any website addresses referred to in this book are correct and active at the time of going to press. However, the publisher and the author have no responsibility for the websites and can make no guarantee that a site will remain live or that the content will remain relevant, decent or appropriate. The publisher has made every effort to mark as such all words which it believes to be trademarks. The publisher should also like to make it clear that the presence of a word in the book, whether marked or unmarked, in no way affects its legal status as a trademark. Every reasonable effort has been made by the publisher to trace the copyright holders of material in this book. Any errors or omissions should be notified in writing to the publisher, who will endeavour to rectify the situation for any reprints and future editions. Hachette UK s policy is to use papers that are natural, renewable and recyclable products and made from wood grown in sustainable forests. The logging and manufacturing processes are expected to conform to the environmental regulations of the country of origin. Cover image Sam Burt Photography / istockphoto.com Typeset by Integra Software Services Pvt. Ltd., Pondicherry, India. Meeting and Day 1 greeting Track 3 Today you will learn how to do the following: ask someone to identify themselves introduce yourself and exchange greetings Part 1 Here are the key phrases you ll hear in today s conversation. Listen to the. Then, listen to the Spanish and repeat. Are you Mrs Sánchez? Yes, I am. I am Miguel Gonzalo. How are you? Very well. And you? Well, thank you. Usted es la señora Sánchez? Sí, soy yo. Yo soy Miguel Notice the pronunciation of Miguel. The Gonzalo. g is hard and the u is not pronounced. Cómo está? Z, ce and ci are pronounced th in Muy bien. Standard Peninsular Spanish and s in Y usted? Latin-American Spanish. Bien, gracias. Track 4 Part 2 Listen carefully to a conversation between and a business associate. Then answer the question below. 1. What are and her business associate doing in the conversation? Part 3 Listen to the conversation again and answer the questions. Track 5 1. What is the first question is asked? Track 6 2. What is the name of s business associate? Part 4 Now listen to the conversation again. Answer the questions about the meanings of certain expressions. Then practise saying them. 1. What does Muy bien. Y usted? mean? 2. When do you use Bien, gracias? 1 Track 7 Track 8 Part 5 Now it s time to learn some expressions to use when meeting and greeting. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. Are you Mr Fernado Linares? Are you Miss Rodrigo? I am... Yo soy... Learning Plus! Usted es el señor Fernando Linares? Usted es la señorita Rodrigo? Think of names of people (their title, name and surname) to practise in Spanish the question: Are you...? Then practise introducing yourself. Formal and informal greetings Spanish speakers make a distinction between formal and informal situations by using different words for you. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. You are given the formal expressions first. Formal you And you? How are you? Are you Miguel Gonzalo? Informal you And you? How are you? Are you Sánchez? Conversation Script Spanish conversation usted Y usted? Cómo está usted? Usted es Miguel Gonzalo? tú Y tú? Cómo estás? Eres Sánchez? translation Business associate Usted es la señora Sánchez? Business associate are you Mrs Sánchez? Sí, soy yo. Yes, I am. Business associate Yo soy Miguel Gonzalo. Business associate I am Miguel Gonzalo. Buenas tardes. Cómo está? good evening. How are you? Business associate Muy bien. Y usted? Business associate Very well. And you? Bien, gracias. Well, thank you. Audio Track Information Track 3 Conversation 1, Part 1 Track 4 Conversation 1, Part 2 Track 5 Conversation 1, Part 3 Track 6 Conversation 1, Part 4 Track 7 Conversation 1, Part 5 Track 8 Conversation 1, Learning Plus! 2 Day 2 Introductions Track 9 Today you will learn how to do the following: introduce a friend respond when introduced to someone and take your leave Part 1 Here are the key phrases you ll hear in today s conversation. Listen to the meaning. Listen to the. Then, listen to the Spanish and repeat. Hello, good evening. This is. This is. Pleased to meet you. (man talking) Pleased to meet you. (woman talking) How do you do? Hi, how are things? See you later. (Until later.) Until tomorrow. Hola, buenas noches. Esta es. Este es. Spanish distinguishes between male Encantado. and female. Thus the word for this Encantada. is este when referring to a male and Mucho gusto. esta when referring to a female. And Hola, qué tal? a male says encantado; a female says Hasta luego. encantada. Hasta mañana. Track 10 Track 11 Track 12 Track 13 Part 2 Listen carefully to a conversation between,,, and. Then answer the question below. 1. What s happening in this conversation? Part 3 Listen to the conversation again and answer the questions. 1. What time of day are the friends meeting up? 2. When will they see one another again? Part 4 Now listen to the conversation again. Answer the questions about the meanings of certain expressions. Then practise saying them. 1. What does Mucho gusto mean? 2. When do you use Hola, qué tal? 3. What does Hasta luego mean? Part 5 Now it s time to learn some more introductions. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. 3 Track 14 This is Mr Rosales. This is Mrs Barriga. This is Miss Lorca. This is my husband. This is my wife. This is my son. This is my daughter. This is my father. This is my mother. Learning Plus! Este es el señor Rosales. Esta es la señora Barriga. Esta es la señorita Lorca. Este es mi marido / esposo. Esta es mi mujer / esposa. Este es mi hijo. Esta es mi hija. Este es mi padre. Esta es mi madre. Introducing someone in formal and informal situations Let s learn another way of introducing people in formal situations. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. In Latin- American Spanish, esposo / esposa are more usual; in Spain marido / mujer are preferred for husband / wife. Notice how j is pronounced in Spanish. Formal Let me introduce you to Jim Cook. Let me introduce you to Mr Smith. Let me introduce you to Mrs Susan Jones. Informal Let me introduce you to Rita. Let me introduce you to my friend Edward. Let me introduce you to my friend Sylvia. Conversation Script Spanish conversation Le presento a Jim Cook. Le presento al señor Smith. Le presento a la señora Susan Jones. Te presento a Rita. Te presento a mi amigo Eduardo. Te presento a mi amiga Silvia. translation Hola, buenas noches. Cómo estás? Hello, good evening. How are you? Muy bien. Y tú? Very well. And you? Bien., esta es. Fine. This is. Encantada. Pleased to meet you. Mucho gusto. How do you do? Y este es. And this is. Encantado. Pleased to meet you. Hola, qué tal? Hi, how are things? Encantada. Pleased to meet you. Hasta luego. See you later (Until later). Hasta mañana. Until tomorrow. 4 Audio Track Information Track 9 Conversation 2, Part 1 Track 10 Conversation 2, Part 2 Track 11 Conversation 2, Part 3 Track 12 Conversation 2, Part 4 Track 13 Conversation 2, Part 5 Track 14 Conversation 2, Learning Plus! Day 3 Having a midmorning drink Track 15 Today you will learn how to do the following: order a coffee ask for a fruit juice tell the waiter your preferences and pay for your order Part 1 Here are the key phrases you ll hear in today s conversation. Listen to the. Then, listen to the Spanish and repeat. What are you going to have? I want an espresso coffee. I want a coffee with milk. I want an espresso with a dash of milk. a mineral water a sparkling mineral water a still mineral water Do you have pineapple juice? Do you have orange juice? How much is it? Qué van a tomar? Quiero un café solo. Quiero un café con leche. Notice for espresso coffee Spanish Quiero un cortado. says coffee only. Fruit juice is juice of un agua mineral and then the fruit so orange juice is un agua mineral juice of orange: zumo de naranja. con gas un agua mineral sin gas Tiene zumo de piña? Tiene zumo de naranja? Cuánto es? Track 16 Part 2 Listen carefully to a conversation between, and. Then answer the questions below. 1. orders first. Does she order an espresso coffee or a coffee with milk? 2. orders last. What kind of juice does she order? 5 Track 17 Track 18 Part 3 Listen to the conversation again and answer the questions. 1. What else does want with her espresso? 2. What kind of coffee does, who orders after, want? Part 4 Now listen to the conversation again. Answer the questions about the meanings of certain expressions. Then practise saying them. 1. When is Solo o con leche? used? Spanish nouns have gender: masculine or feminine. Usually, a masculine noun ends in o; a feminine noun ends in a. What goes with the noun has the same gender as the noun, so: a, one = un with a masculine noun; una with a feminine noun. Track 19 Track What does Con gas o sin gas? mean? 3. What does Y para usted, señora? mean? 4. What does Algo más? mean? 5. What does Por favor, cuanto es? mean? Part 5 Now it s time to learn a few more expressions you may want to use when ordering a drink. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. a decaffeinated coffee a tea a tea with milk a peppermint tea a lemon squash un descafeinado un té un té con leche un té de menta una limonada Now listen and respond to the waiter s question. Use these new words and / or words from the conversation to order a drink for yourself and a friend. Waiter: You: Qué van a tomar? Learning Plus! Ordering drinks You can use the phrases you have learned in this conversation to order a drink for yourself and a friend. You can help the waiter to give the drink to the right person by saying who the drink is for. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. for my friend A tea for my friend and for me a coffee with milk. A coffee with milk for me and for my friend a tea. An espresso for my friend and an apple juice for me. An espresso with milk for my friend and a lemon squash for me. A lemon squash for me and an espresso with milk for my friend. para mi amigo / amiga Un té para mi amiga y para mí un café con leche. Un café con leche para mí y para mi amiga un té. Un café solo para mi amiga y un zumo de manzana para mí. Un cortado para mi amigo y una limonada para mí. Una limonada para mí y un cortado para mi amigo. Remember: amigo is a male friend; amiga is a female friend. 6 Conversation Script Spanish conversation translation Waiter Hola, buenos días. Qué van a tomar? Hello, good morning. What are you going to have? Quiero un café. I want a coffee. Waiter Solo o con leche? Waiter Espresso or with milk? Un café solo y también un agua mineral. An espresso and also a mineral water. Waiter Con gas o sin gas? Waiter Sparkling or still? Con gas. Sparkling. Para mí, un cortado. For me, an espresso with a dash of milk. Waiter Y para usted, señora? Waiter And for you, madam? Tiene zumo de piña? Do you have pineapple juice? Waiter De piña, no. Tenemos de naranja o de manzana. Waiter Pineapple, no. We have orange or apple. Un zumo de manzana. An apple juice. Waiter Un café solo, un agua mineral con gas, un cortado y un zumo de manzana. Algo más? Waiter An espresso, a sparkling mineral water, an espresso with a dash of milk and an apple juice. Anything else? No, gracias. No, thank you. [pause] [pause] Por favor, cuánto es? Please, how much is it? Waiter Cinco euros. Waiter Five euros. Audio Track Information Track 15 Conversation 3, Part 1 Track 16 Conversation 3, Part 2 Track 17 Conversation 3, Part 3 Track 18 Conversation 3, Part 4 Track 19 Conversation 3, Part 5 Track 20 Conversation 3, Learning Plus! Day 4 Aperitivo Time Today you will learn how to do the following: order an aperitif find out what tapas there are (small plates of food to go with your drink) order a tapa and pay for your drinks and tapas 7 Track 21 Part 1 Here are the key phrases you ll hear in today s conversation. Listen to the. Then, listen to the Spanish and repeat. What are you going to have? a white wine a red wine a beer Do you have tapas? an omelette tapa. a cheese tapa a cured ham tapa How much is it? Qué van a tomar? un vino blanco un vino tinto una cerveza Tiene tapas? una tapa de tortilla una tapa de queso una tapa de jamón serrano Cuánto es? Track 22 Part 2 Listen carefully to a conversation between,, and the waitress in a bar as and have an aperitif before lunch. Then answer the questions below. 1. What kind of wine does ask for? 2. What does want to drink? Track 23 Track 24 Part 3 Listen to the conversation again and answer the questions. 1. What tapas are on offer? 2. What tapas does order? Part 4 Now listen to the conversation again and answer these questions. 1. What does Qué van a tomar? mean? 2. What does Y para usted? mean? 3. What does Algo más? mean? 4. How much do the drinks and tapas cost? Remember the way you learned your numbers as a child? Do the same now for Spanish. Start with 1 3. Then add 4, 5, 6 to make 1 6. Add in 7 and 8, then finally 9 and 10. Keep reciting them to yourself like a little song. 1-uno; 2-dos; 3-tres; 4-cuatro; 5-cinco; 6-seis; 7-siete; 8-ocho; 9-nueve; 10-diez. Part 5 Now it s time to learn a few more words for drinks and tapas. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. Track 25 a draught beer a rosé wine a tonic water olives crisps, or with a meal, chips a portion of crisps a portion of squid rings a sandwich (Spanish Americas) a baguette sandwich (Spain) a cheese sandwich una caña un vino rosado una tónica aceitunas patatas fritas una ración de patatas fritas una ración de calamares un sandwich un bocadillo un bocadillo de queso 8 Track 26 Now listen and respond to the waitress s question. Use the new words you just learned or words from the original conversation. Try ordering different food and drinks. : You: Qué van a tomar? Learning Plus! Ordering and asking about food and drink You can use the phrases you have learned in this conversation to order a drink for yourself and a friend. How do you ask if the bar has a particular drink? Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. Do you have? Do you have rosé wine? A rosé wine and a draught beer. Please, a draught beer and a portion of crisps. Please, how much is it? Conversation Script Spanish conversation Tiene? Tiene vino rosado? Un vino rosado y una caña. Por favor, una caña y una ración de patatas fritas. Por favor cuánto es? translation Hola. Qué van a tomar? Hello. What are you going to have? Un vino. A wine. Tinto o blanco? Red or white? Blanco. White. Y para usted? And for you? Una cerveza. Tiene tapas? A beer. Do you have tapas? Sí. Tenemos de tortilla, queso y de jamón serrano. Yes. We have omelette, cheese and cured ham. Una de queso y una de jamón. One of cheese and one of ham. Una cerveza, un vino blanco, una tapa de queso y una de jamón. Algo más? A beer, a white wine, a tapa of cheese and one of ham. Anything else? No, gracias. No, thank you. [pause] [pause] Cuánto es? How much is it? Diez euros. Ten euros. Audio Track Information Track 21 Conversation 4, Part 1 Track 22 Conversation 4, Part 2 Track 23 Conversation 4, Part 3 Track 24 Conversation 4, Part 4 Track 25 Conversation 4, Part 5 Track 26 Conversation 4, Learning Plus! 9 Day 5 Ordering the first two courses of a meal Track 27 Track 28 Track 29 Today you will learn how to do the following: ask for the set menu order from the menu and order a drink to go with the meal Part 1 Here are the key phrases you ll hear in today s conversation. Listen to the. Then, listen to the Spanish and repeat. We would like the set menu. Queremos el menú del día. For the first course... De primero... What do you want for second course? Qué quieren de segundo? There is vegetable soup. Hay sopa de verduras. There is mixed salad. Hay ensalada mixta. There is paella. Hay paella. There is fish. Hay pescado. There are lamb chops. Hay chuletas de cordero. There is chicken. Hay pollo. What are you going to drink? Qué van a beber? Part 2 Listen carefully to,, and ordering the first two courses of their mid-day meal. Then answer the questions below. 1. What s the choice for the first course? 2. What s the choice for the second course? Part 3 Listen to the conversation again and answer the questions. 1. What does order for her first course? 2. What does order for her second course? 3. What does want to drink? In Spanish, personal pronouns are used mostly for emphasis or contrast. Voy on its own means I am going. adds Yo (I) to give a little bit of emphasis. does the same: Yo quiero (I, I want) draws the waitress s attention to her. 10 Track 30 Track 31 Track 32 Part 4 Now listen to the conversation again. Answer the questions about the meanings of certain expressions. Then practise saying them. 1. What does Queremos el menú del día mean? 2. What does the order Yo voy a tomar sopa de verduras mean? 3. What does s drink order, Vino tinto de la casa, mean? Part 5 Let s look at plurals in Spanish. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. a soup, two soups a paella, two paellas a chicken, two chickens a mixed salad two mixed salads a red wine two red wines a white wine two white wines a mineral water two mineral waters Learning Plus! una sopa, dos sopas una paella, dos paellas un pollo, dos pollos una ensalada mixta dos ensaladas mixtas un vino tinto dos vinos tintos un vino blanco dos vinos blancos un agua mineral dos aguas minerales More foods for first and second courses Let s learn a few more words which could be useful when ordering from a menu. Listen to the, then repeat the Spanish. To make a noun plural, add s if it ends in a vowel; es if it ends in a consonant. When a noun is plural, what goes with it is also plural: una ensalada mixta; dos ensaladas mixtas. Un agua mineral; dos aguas minerales. garlic soup potato salad rice meat balls pork chops grilled sardines Do you have vegetarian dishes? I d like some bread, please. I d like some more bread, please. sopa de ajo ensaladilla rusa arroz albóndigas chuletas de cerdo sardinas
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