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Platiquemos
Lehrsprache Englisch
Zielsprache Spanisch
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Art Sprachkurs
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Erläuterung[Bearbeiten]

Der Sprachkurs Platiquemos basiert auf dem "Spanish Basic"-Kurs des FSI, der von Don Casteel komplett überarbeitet und aktualisiert wurde. Die 55 Kapitel des Originalkurses wurden in 8 Arbeitsbücher unterteilt und die Audioaufnahmen teilweise aufgenommen (viele der Aufnahmen stammen jedoch noch aus dem FSI-Kurs und sind aufgrund des Alters von begrenzter Tonqualität). Zusätzlich wurde der Kurs um Illustrationen und kulturelle Hintergrundinformationen ergänzt.

Platiquemos basiert ebenso wie der FSI-Kurs auf dem häufigen Wiederholen der enthaltenen Übungen (sogenannte Drills).

Inhalt[Bearbeiten]

Im folgenden sind - in englischer Sprache - die wesentlichen grammatischen Lerninhalte aufgeführt, die in den jeweiligen Kapiteln behandelt werden.

Level 1[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 1: Pronunciation and basic social idioms
  • Unit 2: Pronunciation and basic social idioms
  • Unit 3: Gender of singular nouns and adjectives
  • Unit 4: Number in nouns and adjectives; The irregular verb estar
  • Unit 5: The irregular verb ser
  • Unit 6: Present tense forms of regular -ar verbs; The semantic differences between esta(n) and hay
  • Unit 7: Present tense forms of regular -er verbs; The demonstratives este, ese, aquel
  • Unit 8: Present tense forms of regular -ir verbs; The obligatory contractions
  • Unit 9: The irregular verb haber and regular -do forms in the present perfect construction; Possessives - full forms

Level 2[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 10: The personal a in Spanish; Direct clitic pronouns; -do forms functioning as modifiers
  • Unit 11: Possessives - shortened forms; The negative particle with verbs
  • Unit 12: Subject pronouns; Pronouns after phrase relators; Components of phrases
  • Unit 13: -ndo forms and the present progressive construction; Possessive constructions with de; Nominalized possessive constructions
  • Unit 14: Present tense forms of irregular verbs ir, dar, ver; The periphrastic future construction
  • Unit 15: Indirect clitic pronouns - one object; Indirect clitic pronouns - two objects
  • Unit 16: Redundant constructions with indirect clitic pronouns
  • Unit 17: Past I (preterit) tense form of regular verbs

Level 3[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 18: Past II (Imperfect) forms of regular verbs; Past II (Imperfect) forms of irregular verbs
  • Unit 19: Past I (Preterit) and Past II (Imperfect) in the same construction
  • Unit 20: Direct and indirect clitics in the same construction; Exclamatory qué, cómo
  • Unit 21: Irregular Past I (Preterit) verb forms – an -ar verb taking regular -er, -ir endings; Irregular Past I (Preterit) verb forms - verbs with extended stems; Irregular Past I (Preterit) verb forms - verbs with modified stems; Irregular Past I (Preterit) verb forms - verbs with suppleted stems
  • Unit 22: Present tense irregular verbs - stem vowel changing
  • Unit 23: Present tense irregular verbs - velar stem extensions; Present tense irregular verbs - mixed stem-vowel changing and velar stem extensions; Present tense irregular verbs - mixed miscellaneous caer, traer, oir, hacer, decir, saber
  • Unit 24: Reflexive clitic pronouns; Reflexive clitic pronouns with progressive and periphrastic future verb constructions; Expressions for time of day

Level 4[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 25: Reflexive and indirect clitic pronouns in the same construction
  • Unit 26: Reflexive and direct clitic pronouns in the same construction; Reflexives with no designated agents
  • Unit 27: Formal command form for regular verbs; Formal command forms for irregular verbs; Familiar command forms for regular verbs
  • Unit 28: Indirect command forms - regular and irregular; Hortatory command forms
  • Unit 29: Clitic pronouns with command forms; Clitic pronouns in constructions with clitics and with -ndo forms
  • Unit 30: General Review

Level 5[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 31: Past progressive construction
  • Unit 32: Cardinal numbers, days of the week, months of the year; Some semantic correlations: saber - conocer and pedir - preguntar
  • Unit 33: Articles before nominalized adjectives; Ordinal numbers
  • Unit 34: The phrase relators por and para; Colors
  • Unit 35: Nominalization of articles; Some semantic correlations: tomar - llevar and salirdejar
  • Unit 36: Present subjunctive after ojalá

Level 6[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 37: Present subjunctive in noun clauses functioning as the object of a verb
  • Unit 38: Present subjunctive in noun clauses functioning as the subject of a verb
  • Unit 39: The derivational suffix -(ec)it-; The derivational suffix -ísim-; The compounding suffix –mente
  • Unit 40: Present subjunctive in noun modifying clauses
  • Unit 41: Present subjunctive in verb modifying clauses - obligatory occurrence
  • Unit 42: Present subjunctive in verb modifying clauses - conditioned occurrence

Level 7[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 43: Comparison of inequality; The position of no in expressing contradictions and reservations
  • Unit 44: Comparisons of equality; Exclamatory expressions; Irregular -do forms
  • Unit 45: The past perfect construction; The shortening of certain adjectives; The -do forms for postures
  • Unit 46: Comparison of identity and similarity; Word order - subject and verb; Position of adverbial phrase modifiers
  • Unit 47: The past subjunctive; The present perfect and past perfect subjunctives
  • Unit 48: The conditional tense and the conditional perfect construction; Conditional sentences with a subjunctive verb and a conditional verb; The periphrastic conditional

Level 8[Bearbeiten]

  • Unit 49: The future tense and future perfect construction; Conditional sentences
  • Unit 50: Past subjunctive in main clause; Past subjunctive after ojalá, aunque, and como si
  • Unit 51: Indicative and subjunctive after expressions of uncertainty; The future and conditional of probability; The passive voice
  • Unit 52: Pero vs. sino; special uses of sino; Constructions with desde, desde que, hace, desde hace, hacía, desde hacía; Adjective position
  • Unit 53: Irregular -ndo forms; Relative pronouns; Second person plural (vosotros) forms
  • Unit 54: Some common short-answer patterns of agreement and contrast - ya and todavía; Correlatives; The familiar vos forms (the voseo)
  • Unit 55: Some common derivational suffixes: -idad, -ero and –ería, -ante and -(i)ente, -dor(a), -ción, -miento, -ista, -oso(a)