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By Matt A. Casado

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Latinos are the quickest growing to be group 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 proper studying instrument for college students and staff, in addition to a strong conversation source for managers.

This easy-to-use advisor exhibits tips on how to mix technical vocabulary everyday by way of Spanish-speaking employees with basic grammar ideas to successfully communicate in real-world occasions that pertain to lodge and eating place operations. choked with precious workouts and confirmed instructing instruments, Conversational Spanish Grammar for the Hospitality lecture room is perfect guidance for a winning occupation in modern-day multicultural industry.

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3. Jorge is not here (use estar). 4. Lupita is not the dishwasher; she is the cashier. 5. Jorge and I don’t have forks. 6. I never drink beer. 7. She doesn’t eat bread and butter. 8. The coffee grinder is not in the dining room (use estar). 9. Jorge never clears the tables. 10. I don’t have a bow tie. 12 Change the following affirmative sentences into negative sentences, making sure that you understand the meaning of each sentence: 1. Juan trabaja en el comedor. 2. Las bebidas están en el bar. 3.

Juan trabaja en el comedor. 2. Las bebidas están en el bar. 3. El cajero tiene la cuenta. 4. Yo tengo el destapador. 5. Los vasos están en el lavaplatos. 6. Los clientes comen en el comedor. 7. Yo surto la loza. 8. Lupita prepara los canapés. 9. El ayudante de mesero sacude las sillas en el comedor. 10. Jorge prepara el banquete. CONVERSATIONAL PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION ማሜምሞ In groups of two, translate, practice, and be ready to role-play the following dialogue between a restaurant supervisor and an hourly employee: Estudiante uno (supervisor): ¡Buenos días!

CONVERSATIONAL PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION ማሜምሞ In groups of two, translate, practice, and be ready to role-play the following dialogue between a restaurant supervisor and an hourly employee: Estudiante uno (supervisor): ¡Buenos días! ¿Quién es usted? Estudiante dos (empleado por hora): ¡Buenos días! Soy la ayudante de mesero. Estudiante uno: Bienvenida. Estudiante dos: Encantada de conocerle. Estudiante uno: ¿De dónde es usted? Estudiante dos: Soy de Tucson. ¿Cómo se llama usted? Estudiante uno: Me llamo Carlos.

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