By Matt A. Casado
Latinos are the quickest growing to be crew within the hospitality undefined, and with the entire inherent demanding situations of working an effective hospitality enterprise, managers and staff cannot have enough money miscommunication one of the employees. Conversational Spanish Grammar for the Hospitality school room is the right studying software for college kids and staff, in addition to a robust verbal exchange source for managers.
This easy-to-use advisor exhibits the best way to mix technical vocabulary conventional by way of Spanish-speaking staff with basic grammar ideas to successfully speak in real-world events that pertain to lodge and eating place operations. choked with important workouts and confirmed instructing instruments, Conversational Spanish Grammar for the Hospitality school room is perfect instruction for a winning profession in ultra-modern multicultural industry.
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4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Lupita is from Mexico. Jorge and Lupita mop the floor now. The dishwasher dries the glassware. Jorge and Lupita are in the dining room (use estar). I eat with a fork. The dessert plate is in the dishwasher. She has the fork. Lupita and I clean the coffee grinder. The china and the glassware are in the dining room. I speak with the dishwasher. 6 Take five different subjects from the following list, five different verbs from the above list and/or ser, estar, tener, and five different words from the restaurant technical vocabulary (I) and compose five creative sentences in the present tense.
____________________________________________________ 23 CONVERSATIONAL PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION 7. Yo tengo los platos. ____________________________________________ 8. Jorge trabaja. __________________________________________________ 9. Lupita tiene los ceniceros. ______________________________________ 10. Lupita y Jorge beben cerveza. 11 Translate the following sentences and pronounce them in Spanish: 1. I don’t clean the ashtrays; Jorge cleans the ashtrays. 2. Lupita doesn’t bake the bread. 3.
5 QUESTIONS TO THE CLASS 5 Answer the following questions asked by your instructor (or by another student) without looking at your textbook or any class notes: 1. ¿A qué hora sale usted? 2. ¿Viene usted a trabajar a la una o a las dos? 3. ¿Da usted las bandejas a la mesera o al lavaplatos? 4. ¿Es usted de los Estados Unidos? 5. ¿Quién va a poner las mesas en el comedor? 6. ¿Vamos a lavar la máquina de refrescos? 7. ¿Cuántas cucharas tenemos para el banquete? 8. ¿Está el señor Rodríguez en la primera o en la segunda mesa?
Conversational Spanish Grammar for the Hospitality Classroom by Matt A. Casado