Introduction. Part I: Reviewing the Basics.
Chapter 1: Looking at Some Everyday Basics.
Chapter 2: Selecting the Proper Part of Speech.Part II: Writing in the Present.
Chapter 3: Sorting Out Word Gender.
Chapter 4: Writing in the Present with Action.
Chapter 5: Getting Answers with the Right Questions.
Chapter 6: Doing It Right Now: Gerunds and the Present Progressive.
Chapter 7: Expressing Yourself with Subjunctive Feeling.Part III: Writing for Specific Clarity.
Chapter 8: Coloring Your Sentences with Adjectives and Adverbs.
Chapter 9: Getting Attention with Commands.
Chapter 10: Being Clear and Concise with Object Pronouns.
Chapter 11: Reflecting on Reflexive Pronouns and Verbs.
Chapter 12: Preparing to Connect with Prepositions.Part IV: Writing in the Past and in the Future.
Chapter 13: Leaving It Completely in the Past.
Chapter 14: Looking Back with the Imperfect.
Chapter 15: Seeing into the Future.Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Most Common Writing Mistakes in Spanish.
Chapter 17: Ten Tips for Writing Well in Spanish.
Chapter 18: Ten Important Verb Distinctions.Part VI: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Verb Charts.
Appendix B: English-to-Spanish Dictionary.
Appendix C: Spanish-to-English Dictionary.Index.
Gail Stein taught foreign language for more than 30 years. She is the author of CliffsStudySolver Spanish I and Spanish II, and Webster's New World Spanish Grammar Handbook.
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