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Seoul Travel Guide: An Easy Guide to Exploring the Top Attractions, Food Places, Local Life, and Everything You Need to Know (Traveler Republic)

by Traveler Republic

An Easy Guide to Exploring the Top Attractions, Food Places, Local Life, and Everything You Need to Know



Argentine Spanish on the Go: An Introduction for Beginners and Novices

by David S. Luton

Dear Readers: I’ve recently improved and updated this book!

This book is intended to be a basic introduction to Spanish as it’s spoken in Argentina (and likely also in Uruguay). The grammar of Argentine Spanish is essentially the same as in standard Latin American Spanish; the main difference being the use of the pronoun “vos”. For that reason I have provided the verb forms as they correspond to that pronoun (rather than the pronoun “tú” of Standard Spanish), since Argentines rarely use the pronoun tú, even though they certainly understand it. I’ve also included a chapter that explains the “voseo” more in detail, as well as a chapter that talks about pronunciation and vocabulary differences in Argentine Spanish when compared to Standard Spanish.

PLEASE NOTE: This book is NOT a book on Argentine slang (although it may contain a few slang words). For those, interesed in slang words (Argentine slang is commonly referred to as “lunfardo”), I recommend looking for a book or article specifically on that topic.

This book contains a pronuncation guide, phrases useful in daily life, important vocabulary and basic grammar. It does not contain audio cds, photos or tourist information.

Table of Contents
Abbreviations
Pronunciación
Accent and Syllable Stress
Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Object Pronouns
Definite and Indefinite Articles
Indefinite Articles
Definite Articles
En casa (at home)
Las profesiones* (professions)
The Verb tener (to have)
The Verb necesitar (to need)
En clase (in class)
La gente (people)
Sir, Ma’am, Mr., Mrs., Miss
Greetings, Farewells, Useful Phrases
Los saludos (greetings)
Las despedidas (farewells)
What’s up?
Frases útiles (useful phrases)
Hablar de vos (talking about yourself)
Who are you?
Adjectives of Nationality
The Verb poder (can)
Idiomas/Lenguas (languages)
Los países (countries)
Las ciudades (cities)
Las presentaciones (introductions)
La familia (family)
Describir a las personas (describing people)
The Verb ser (to be)
Adjectives of Description
Describing Hair and Eyes
La ropa (clothes)
Los colores
Los números
Hablar de la hora (telling time)
Los días de la semana (days of the week)
Los meses del año (months of the year)
Las estaciones del año (seasons of the year)
Días y fechas (days and dates)
Las actividades (activities)
The Verb ir (to go)
Los lugares (places)
The Verb estar and Location
Pedir indicaciones (asking for directions)
Viajar (travelling)
El tiempo (the weather)
El cuerpo humano (the human body)
The Head
The Face
Neck, Shoulders, Back
Arm and Hand
Torso and Organs
Leg and Foot
Comidas y bebidas (food and drinks)
The Verbs comer, tomar and servir
Ordering Food or Drink
El desayuno (breakfast)
El almuerzo (lunch)
Las bebidas (drinks)
La mesa (the table)
La fruta (fruit)
Las verduras (vegetables)
Las carnes (meats)
Los mariscos (seafood)
Los postres (desserts)
Misceláneo (Miscellaneous)
La cocina (the kitchen)
Forming and Answering Questions
Answering yes/no Questions
Interrogative vs. Yes/No Questions
Interrogative Words and Phrases
Syntax and Omission of Pronouns
Regular Verbs in the Present Tense
Irregular Verbs in the Present Tense
Regular Verbs in the Preterite Tense
Irregular Verbs in the Preterite
El imperfecto (the imperfect past)
Los tiempos perfectos (the present and past perfect)
Irregular Participles
The Verb haber
El futuro y el condicional (future and conditional)
Irregular Stems
Verb Forms and Constructions
Important Words
Adjectives of Feelings and Conditions
Tricky Words
Grammatical Differences
El Voseo
In the Present Tense
Stem-Change Verbs
Commands
Pronunciation Differences
Vocabulary Differences
Loan Words
Argentine Slang
Alternative Terms
Unique Words



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