Testbank Audio CDs for Dos Mundos https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0077345231.jpeg 7 9780077345235 The Testing Program contains listening comprehension with four Testing Audio CDs. Disc 1 contains audio for the Sample Exams, Disc 2 contains audio for the Alternative Activities for Four-Skills Exams(A-7), Disc 3 contains audio for the Alternative Activities for Four-Skills Exams(8-15), and Disc 4 contains audio for the Contextualized Exams.
Testbank Audio CDs for Dos Mundos

Testbank Audio CDs for Dos Mundos

7th Edition
By Tracy Terrell and Magdalena Andrade and Jeanne Egasse and Elías Miguel Muñoz
ISBN10: 0077345231
ISBN13: 9780077345235
Copyright: 2010
09780077345235

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(Note: The preliminary chapters (Paso A-C) and Capítulo 1 of this Table of Contents provide a comprehensive listing of contents for those chapters, as representative of the other chapters. Capítulo 2-15 provides only the vocabulary topics and grammatical structures.)

The following lists the Enlace readings found in each chapter:

Capítulo 1 Enlace a la música • Cuba
Capítulo 2 Enlace a la música • La música andina
Capítulo 3 Enlace al cine • México y España
Capítulo 4 Enlace a la literatura • “Versos sencillos” José Martí
Capítulo 5 Enlace a la música • El rock en español
Capítulo 6 Enlace a la literatura • “Cuadrados y ángulos” Alfonsina Storni
Capítulo 7 Enlace a la literatura • “Cuando salimos de El Salvador” Jorge Argueta
Capítulo 8 Enlace a la literatura • “Jitomates risueños” Francisco X. Alarcón
Capítulo 9 Enlace a la música • La música infantil
Capítulo 10 Enlace a la literatura • “Dos cuerpos” Octavio Paz
Capítulo 11 Enlace a la música • La danza negra en Perú
Capítulo 12 Enlace al cine • Argentina y Chile
Capítulo 13 Enlace a la literatura • “Nada más” María Elena Walsh
Capítulo 14 Enlace a la literatura • “Kinsey Report No.6” Rosario Castellanos
Capítulo 15 Enlace a la literatura • “La noche buena” Tomás Rivera

Paso A La clase y los estudiantes

Actividades de comunicación

Los nombres de los compañeros de clase

¿Quién es?

Los colores y la ropa

Los números (0–39)

Los saludos

Gramática

A.1 Naming and Describing: The Verbs llamar and llevar

A.2 Spelling: The Spanish Alphabet

A.3 Identifying People and Things: Subject Pronouns and the Verb ser

A.4 Identifying People and Things: Gender

A.5 Responding to Instructions: Commands

Paso B Las descripciones

Actividades de comunicación

Hablando con otros

Las cosas en el salón de clase

Los números (40–69)

El cuerpo humano

La descripción de las personas

Gramática

B.1 Addressing Others: Informal and Polite you (tú/usted)

B.2 Expressing Existence: hay

B.3 Describing People and Things: Negation

B.4 Describing People and Things: Plural Forms

B.5 Describing People and Things: Adjective-Noun Agreement and Placement

Paso C Mi familia y mis amigos

Actividades de comunicación

La familia

¿Qué tenemos?

Los números (10–100) y la edad

Los idiomas y las nacionalidades

Gramática

C.1 Expressing Possession: The Verbs tener and ser de (l)

C.2 Expressing Possession: Possessive Adjectives

C.3 Expressing Age: The Verb tener

C.4 Describing People: Adjectives of Nationality

C.5 Talking about Habitual Actions: Present Tense of Regular –ar Verbs

Capítulo 1 Los datos personales y las actividades

Actividades de comunicación y lecturas

Las fechas y los cumpleaños

Datos personales: El teléfono y la dirección

Ventanas culturales • Nuestra comunidad: Rigoberta Menchú

Enlace a la música • Cuba

La hora

Las actividades favoritas y los deportes

Ventanas al pasado • Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo

En resumen

Lectura: La pasión por los deportes

Gramática

1.1 Counting: Numbers 100–1000 and Dates

1.2 Talking about Habitual Actions: Present Tense of –er and –ir Verbs

1.3 Asking Questions: Question Formation

1.4 Telling Time: Hours and Minutes

1.5 Expressing Likes and Dislikes: gustar + Infinitive

Capítulo 2 Mis planes y preferencias

Actividades de comunicación

Los planes

Las clases

Las preferencias y los deseos

El tiempo

Gramática

2.1 Expressing Future Plans: ir + a + Infinitive

2.2 Sequencing: Ordinal Adjectives

2.3 Stating Preferences and Desires: preferir and querer + Infinitive

2.4 Describing the Weather: Common Expressions

2.5 Pointing Out People and Objects: Demonstrative Adjectives

Capítulo 3 Los lugares y las actividades

Actividades de comunicación

Las actividades diarias

Las tres comidas

Los lugares

¿De dónde es usted?

Gramática

3.1 Talking about Habitual Actions: Present Tense of Regular Verbs

3.2 Using Irregular Verbs: haver, salir, jugar

3.3 Referring to Objects Already Mentioned: Direct Object Pronouns lo, la, los, and las

3.4 Asking and Answering Questions

3.5 Talking About Location and Origin: estar + en, ir + al / a la and ser de

Capítulo 4 La vida diaria y los días feriados

Actividades de comunicación

Los dias feriados y las celebraciones

La rutina diaria

Los estados físicos y anímicos

Gramática

4.1 Discussing Habitual Actions: Verbs with Stem-Vowel Changes (ie, ue) in the Present Tense

4.2 Discussing Habitual Actions: Irregular Verbs

4.3 Describing Daily Routine: Reflexives

4.4 Ordering Events: Infinitives after Prepositions

4.5 Describing States: estar + Adjective and tener + Noun

Capítulo 5 Las clases y el trabajo

Actividades de comunicación

Las actividades de la clase de español

Las habilidades

Las carreras y las actividades del trabajo

Las actividades futuras

Gramática

5.1 Indicating to Whom Something is Said: Indirect Object Pronouns with Verbs of Informing

5.2 Expressing Abilities: saber and poder + Infinitive

5.3 Referring to Actions in Progress: Present Progressive

5.4 Expressing Obligation and Duty: tener que, deber, necesitar, hay que, es necesario

5.5 Expressing Plans and Desires: pensar, quisiera, me gustaría, tener ganas de

Capítulo 6 La residencia

Actividades de comunicación

El vecindario y la casa

Las actividades en casa

Las actividades con los amigos

Las presentaciones

Gramática

6.1 Making Comparisons of Inequality: más/menos

6.2 Making Comparisons of Equality: tan/tanto

6.3 Talking about Past Actions: Preterite Tense of Regular Verbs (Part 1)

6.4 Knowing People, Places, and Facts: conocer and saber

6.5 Referring to People Already Mentioned: Personal Direct Object Pronouns

Capítulo 7 Hablando del pasado

Actividades de comunicación

Mis experiencias

Las experiencias con los demás

Hablando del pasado

Gramática

7.1 Talking About Past Actions: Preterite Tense of Regular Verbs (Part 2)

7.2 Relating Past Events (Part 1): Verbs with Irregular Preterite Forms

7.3 More About Relating Past Events (Part 2): Stem-Changing Verbs in the Preterite

7.4 Reporting the Past: Indirect Object Pronouns with decir

7.5 Expressing ago: hacer + Time

Capítulo 8 La comida

Actividades de comunicación

Las comidas, las bebidas y la nutrición

La compra y la preparaciónde la comida

Los restaurantes

Gramática

8.1 Referring to Objects Already Mentioned: Impersonal Direct Object Pronouns lo, la, los, and las

8.2 More about Expressing Likes: The Verbs gustar and encantar

8.3 Making Negative Statements and Questions: No, never

8.4 Expressing one or you: The Impersonal se

8.5 Using Stem-Changing Verbs like pedir and servir: Present Tense and Preterite Forms

Capítulo 9 La niñez y la juventud

Actividades de comunicación

La familia y los parientes

La niñez

La juventud

Gramática

9.1 Describing Family Relationships: The Reciprocal Reflexive Verbs parecerse and llevarse bien

9.2 Expressing for, from, to whom: Prepositions + Pronouns

9.3 Saying What You Used to Do: The Imperfect Tense

9.4 Describing the Past: The Imperfect and Preterite of “State” Verbs

9.5 Saying What You Were Going to Do: The Imperfect Tense of ir + a + Infinitive

Capítulo 10 Nuestro planeta

Actividades de comunicación

La geografía y el clima

Los medios de transporte

La ecología y el medio ambiente

Gramática

10.1 Saying What You Have Done: The Present Perfect

10.2 Exclamations with ¡Qué… !, ¡Cuánto/a/os/as… !

10.3 Expressing by, through, Destination and Time (Part 1): por and para

10.4 Describing Actions: Adverbs

10.5 Expressing Reactions: More Verbs like gustar

Capítulo 11 De viaje

Actividades de comunicación

Los viajes en automóvil

En busca de sitios

Los planes de viaje

Los sitios turísticos

Gramática

11.1 Giving Instructions: Polite Commands

11.2 Softening Commands (Part 1): The Present Subjunctive following querer

11.3 Expressing Indefinite Future and Present Subjunctive of Irregular Verbs

11.4 Talking About Past Actions in Progress: Imperfect Progressive

11.5 Saying What Was Happening: The Imperfect in Contrast to the Preterite

Capítulo 12 La salud y las emergencias

Actividades de comunicación

El cuerpo humano y la salud

Las enfermedades y su tratamiento

Las visitas al médico, a la farmacia y al hospital

Los accidentes y las emergencias

Gramática

12.1 Expressing Existence: haber

12.2 Expressing Changes in States: Become, get

12.3 Making Requests: Indirect Object Pronouns with Commands and the Present Subjunctive

12.4 Adverbs Relating Unplanned Occurrences: se

12.5 Narrating Past Experiences: Present Perfect, Imperfect, and Preterite

Capítulo 13 De compras

Actividades de comunicación

Los productos y los materiales

Los precios

Comprando ropa

Las compras y el regateo

Gramática

13.1 Describing People and Things: Adjectives Used as Nouns

13.2 Indicating Which Ones(s): Demonstrative Pronouns

13.3 Talking about Price, Beneficiary, and Purpose: por and para (Part 2)

13.4 Exchanging Items: Indirect Object Pronouns

13.5 Referring to People and Things Already Mentioned: Using Indirect and Direct Object

Pronouns Together

Capítulo 14 La familia y los consejos

Actividades de comunicación

La familia, las amistades y el matrimonio

Las instrucciones y los mandatos

Las órdenes, los consejos y las sugerencias

La crianza y el comportamiento

Gramática

14.1 Expressing each other: Reciprocal Nouns

14.2 Describing: ser and estar

14.3 Giving Direct Commands: Polite and Informal

14.4 Using Softened Commands: The Subjunctive Mood

14.5 Saying Let/Have Someone Else Do It!: ¡Que + Subjunctive!

Capítulo 15 El porvenir

Actividades de comunicación

El futuro y las metas personales

Cuestiones sociales

El futuro y la tecnología: Posibilidades y consecuencias

Gramática

15.1 Talking about the Future: The Future Tense

15.2 Talking about When: The Subjunctive in Time Clauses

15.3 Adding Details and Expressing Why and How: More Uses of the Subjunctive

15.4 Expressing Opinions and Reactions: Indicative and Subjunctive

15.5 Hypothetical Reactions: The Conditional

15.6 If Clauses and the Past Subjunctive

About the Author

Tracy Terrell

Tracy D. Terrell (late) received his Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin and published extensively in the area of Spanish dialectology. Professor Terrell’s publications on second-language acquisition are widely known in the United States and abroad.

Magdalena Andrade

Magdalena Andrade received her first BA in Spanish and French and a second BA in English from California State University, San Diego. After teaching in the Calexico Unified School District Bilingual Program for several years, she taught elementary and intermediate Spanish at both San Diego State and the University of California, Irvine, where she also taught Spanish for Heritage Speakers and Humanities Core Courses. Upon receiving her PhD from the University of California, Irvine, she continued to teach there for several years and also at the University of California, Riverside, and California State University, Long Beach, where she taught the graduate foreign language methods courses and coordinated the Spanish and French TA Programs as well as the Credential Program for foreign languages. For several years she has taught at the community college level, but currently, she is taking time off from regular teaching to help dyslexic children hone their reading skills. She also tutors special-needs students taking college-level Spanish courses. Professor Andrade has coauthored the textbook Dos mundos: Comunicación y comunidad and the readers Mundos de fantasía: Fábulas, cuentos de hadas y leyendas and Cocina y comidas hispanas (McGraw Hill).

Jeanne Egasse

Jeanne Egasse received her BA and MA in Spanish Linguistics from the University of California, Irvine. She also holds California Credentials for Spanish as well as for Bilingual Cross-Cultural Education. Professor Egasse has taught foreign-language methodology courses and introductory linguistics, and served as supervisor of foreign language and ESL teachers in training for the Department of Education at the University of California, Irvine. From 1980 to 2020 she was a full-time professor of Spanish, coordinator of the Spanish Department, and co-chair of World Languages at Irvine Valley College. Professor Egasse continues to offer online conversation groups for local college students and volunteers for the Irvine Valley College Foundation. In addition, she serves as a consultant for local schools and colleges on implementing the Natural Approach in the language classroom. She has coauthored the first-year college Spanish textbook Dos mundos: Comunicación y comunidad and the readers Cocina y comidas hispanas and Mundos de fantasía: Fábulas, cuentos de hadas y leyendas (McGraw Hill).

Elías Miguel Muñoz

Elías Miguel Muñoz holds a PhD in Spanish from the University of California, Irvine, and has taught language and literature at the university level. Dr. Muñoz is the author of Viajes fantásticos and Ladrón de la mente, titles in the Storyteller’s Series by McGraw Hill, and coauthor of the textbook Dos mundos: Comunicación y comunidad, also from McGraw Hill. He has published six novels, which include Vida mía, Brand New Memory, and Diary of Fire; two books of literary criticism; and two poetry collections. One of his plays was produced off-Broadway, and his creative work has been featured in numerous anthologies and source books, including Herencia: The Anthology of Hispanic Literature of the United States, The Encyclopedia of American Literature, W.W. Norton’s New Worlds of Literature, and The Scribner Writers Series: Latino and Latina Writers. He is currently at work on a sci-fi historical novel.