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Test bank For Puntos 10th Edition by Thalia Dorwick

It’s more than a text. It’s a program.

Success in the language classroom requires so much more than just a text. In any language-learning setting, students require numerous and various opportunities to read, write, hear, and speak.

Puntos de partida sets the standard for Spanish-language teaching. An innovative program that has been continuously refined for today’s classroom, Puntos delivers proven pedagogy with clear and effective presentations, comprehensive teaching resources, and powerfully adaptive digital tools.

Now in its anniversary Tenth Edition, Puntos builds on the holistic, five-skills approach it pioneered. It’s the Puntos you know. It’s the Puntos of today.

Puntos hallmark features include:

Engaging and Immersive Digital Tools: Connect Spanish is the most powerful and flexible course management system available. Rooted in research on effective student learning practices, the platform integrates adaptive learning tools with dynamic, engaging language practice activities. McGraw-Hill’s LearnSmart provides each student with a personalized and adaptive learning experience based on individual needs. Connect Spanish also provides the instructor with both the ability and flexibility to pull from the robust set of content available in the platform and craft a unique learning path based on the goals of the course. With Practice Spanish: Study Abroad, the market’s first 3-D immersive language game designed exclusively by McGraw-Hill, Puntos brings the language to the students in a fun, engaging, and immersive gaming experience.Students “study abroad” virtually in Colombia where they will create their very own avatar, live with a host family, make new friends, and navigate a variety of real-world scenarios using their quickly developing Spanish language skills. The first and only analytics tool of its kind, Connect Insight is a series of visual data displays—each framed by an intuitive question—to provide instructors at-a-glance information regarding how your class is doing. Connect Insight provides analysis on five key insights, available at a moment’s notice from your Connect course.

A Comprehensive scope and sequence: The comprehensive scope and sequence allows instructors to choose what to cover throughout the course without having to supplement their own materials to fill gaps present in other texts.

Carefully arranged organization: the overall organization carefully progresses from formulaic expressions to vocabulary and grammar relevant to daily life and personal interests (studies, family, home,leisure activities), then goes on to prepare students for survival situations(ordering a meal, traveling), and finally branches out to broader themes(current events, social and environment issues). This forward progress is reinforced by a cyclical structure where vocabulary, grammar, and language functions are continuously reviewed and recycled.

Clear and effective vocabulary and grammar presentations: Puntos’ approach to vocabulary and grammar focuses on the acquisition of vocabulary during the early stages of language learning and then at the start of each chapter throughout the text.Grammar is introduced in thorough explanations, with careful attention given to skills development rather than grammatical knowledge alone. These explanations are now even more accessible to students, featuring conversational language, increased clarity,additional examples, and organization of complex, dense explanations into manageable chunks of concise grammar summary.

Integrated four-skills approach: Puntos carefully sequences activities, moving students from controlled to free-form tasks. In the tenth edition, this overall scaffolding is improved and introduced at the individual activity level.Starting with the very first activity fol

Table of Contents

Capítulo 1 Ante todoVocabulary and Pronunciation

Primera parte

Saludos y expresiones de cortesía

El alfabeto español


¿Cómo es usted? (Part 1)

Los números del 0 al 30; Hay

Los gustos y preferencias (Part 1)

¿Qué hora es?

Capítulo 2 En la universidad

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

En el salon de clase

Las materias


Naming People, Places, Things, and Ideas (Part 1): Singular Nouns: Gender and Articles

Naming People, Places, Things, and Ideas (Part 2): Nouns and Articles: Plural Forms

Getting Information (Part 1): Asking Yes/No Questions

¿Qué hora es?

Cultura: Los Estados Unidos de América

Capítulo 3 La familia

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

La familia y los parientes

Los números del 31 a 100

Los adjectivos


Describing: Adjectives: Gender, Number, and Position

Expressing to be: Present Tense of ser; Summary of Uses (Part 2)

Expressing Possession: Unstressed Possessive Adjectives (Part 1)

Expressing Actions: Present Tense of -er and -ir Verbs; Subject Pronouns (Part 2)

Cultura: México

Capítulo 4 De compras

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

De compras: La ropa

Los colores: ¿De qué color es?

Los números a partir del 100


Pointing Out People and Things: Demonstrative Adjectives (Part 2) and Pronouns

Expressing Actions and States: Tener, venir, poder, preferir, querer; Some Idioms with tener

Expressing Destination and Future Actions: Ir; The Contraction al; Ir + a + Infinitive

Cultura: Guatemala y Honduras

Capítulo 5 En casa

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Los muebles , los curators y otras partes de la casa

¿Qué día es hoy?

¿Cuándo?: Las preposiciones (Part 1)


Expressing Actions: Hacer, oír, poner, salir, traer, ver

Expressing Actions: Present Tense of Stem-changing Verbs (Part 2)

Expressing -self/-selves: Reflexive Pronouns (Part 1)

Cultura: El Salvador y Nicaragua

Capítulo 6 Las estaciones y el tiempo

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

¿Qué tiempo hace hoy?

Los meses y las estaciones

¿Dónde está?: Las preposiciones (Part 2)


¿Qué están haciendo?: Present Progressive: Estar + -ndo

¿Ser o estar?: Summary of the Uses of ser and estar

Describing: Comparisons

Cultura: Costa Rica

Capítulo 7 ¡A comer!

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

La comida y las comidas

¿Qué sabe Ud. y a quién conoce?


Expressing what or who(m): Direct Objects: The Personal a; Direct Object Pronouns

Expressing Negation: Indefinite and Negative Words

Influencing Others: Commands (Part 1): Formal Commands

Cultura: Panamá

Capítulo 8 De viaje

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

De viaje

De vacaciones


Expressing to who(m) or for who(m): Indirect Object Pronouns; Dar and decir

Expressing Likes and Dislikes: Gustar (Part 2)

Talking About the Past (Part 1): Preterite of Regular Verbs and of dar, hacer, ir, and ser

Cultura: La República Dominicana

Capítulo 9 Los días festivos

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Una fiesta de cumpleaños para Javier

Las emociones y los estados afectivos


Talking About the Past (Part 2): Irregular Preterites

Talking About the Past (Part 3): Preterite of Stem-changing Verbs

Avoiding Repetition: Expressing Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns Together

Cultura: Cuba

Capítulo 10 El tiempo libre

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Los pasatiempos, diversions y aficiones

Los quehaceres domésticos


Talking About the Past (Part 4): Descriptions and Habitual Actions in the Past: Imperfect of Regular and Irregular Verbs

Getting Information (Part 2): Summary of Interrogative Words

Expressing Extremes: Superlatives

Cultura: Puerto Rico

Capítulo 11 La salud

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

La salud y el bienestar

En el consultorio del médico


Talking About the Past (Part 5): Using the Preterite and the Imperfect

Recognizing que, quien(es), lo que: Relative Pronouns

Expressing each other (Part 2): Reciprocal Actions with Reflexive Pronouns

Cultura: Venezuela

Capítulo 12 ¡Conestad@s!

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

La ciudad y el barrio

La tecnología


Influencing Others (Part 2): Tú (Informal) Commands

Expressing Subjective Actions or States: Present Subjunctive (Part 1): An Introduction

Expressing Desires and Requests: Use of the Subjunctive (Part 2): Influence

Cultura: Colombia

Capítulo 13 El arte y la cultura

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Los artes

Los ordinales


Expressing Feelings: Use of the Subjunctive (Part 3): Emotion

Expressing Uncertainty: Use of the Subjunctive (Part 4): Doubt and Denial

Expressing Influence, Emotion, Doubt, and Denial: The Subjunctive (Part 5): A Summary

Cultura: El Ecuador y Bolivia

Capítulo 14 Las presiones de la vida moderna

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Las presiones de la vida académica

¡Qué mala suerta!


Telling How Long Something Has Been Happening or How Long Ago Something Happened: Hace… que: Another Use of hacer

Expressing Unplanned or Unexpected Events: Another Use of se

¿Por o para?: A Summary of Their Uses

Cultura: El Perú

Capítulo 15 La naturaleza y el medio ambiante

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

La ciudad y el campo

Los vehículos


Más descripciones: Past Participle Used as an Adjective

¿Qué has hecho?: Perfect Forms: Present Perfect Indicative and Present Perfect Subjunctive

Cultura: La Argentina y El Uruguay

Capítulo 16 La vida social y afectiva

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Las relaciones sentimentales

Las etapas de vida


¿Hay alguien que…? ¿Hay un lugar donde…?: The Subjunctive (Part 6): The Subjunctive After Nonexisting and Indefinite Antecedents

Lo hago para que tú…: The Subjunctive (Part 7): The Subjunctive After Conjunctions of Purpose and Contingency

Cultura: El Paraguay

Capítulo 17 ¿Trabajar para vivir or vivir para trabajar?

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Las profesiones y los oficios

El mundo laboral

Una cuestión de dinero


Talking About the Future: Future Verb Forms

Expressing Future or Pending Actions: The Subjunctive (Part 8): The Subjunctive and Indicative After Conjunctions of Time

Cultura: Chile

Capítulo 18 La actualidad

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Las noticias

El gobierno y la responsabilidad cívica


Queríamos que todo el mundo votara: The Subjunctive (Part 9): The Past Subjunctive

Expressing What You Would Do: Conditional Verb Forms

Cultura: España

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