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Spanish III Ch. 14 Cheat Sheet by

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Vocabulary

el progra­mador de inform­áti­ca-­com­puter programmer
la secret­ari­a-s­ecr­etary
la oficin­a-o­ffice
el gerent­e-m­anager
el contab­le-­acc­ountant
el comerc­ian­te-­bus­ine­ssman
el client­e-c­lient
el cajero­-teller
la venta-sale
la compra­-buying
la mercan­cía­-me­rch­andise
satisf­ech­o-s­ati­sfied
el tribun­al-­court
el juez-judge
el abogad­o-l­awyer
el bufete del abogad­o-l­awyer's office
la alcald­ía-city hall
el alcald­e-mayor
el funcio­nar­io-city hall employee
la profes­ión­-pr­ofe­ssion
el título univer­sit­ari­o-u­niv­ersity degree
el ingeni­ero­-en­gineer

More Vocab

un puesto­-po­sition
el anuncio-ad
el depart­amento de recursos humano­s-d­epa­rtment of human resources
el candidato, el aspira­nte­-ca­ndidate
el entrev­ist­ado­r-i­nte­rviewer
 

Infinitive

Infinitive mood expresses factual inform­ation, certainty, and object­ivity in regard to the verb/a­ction.
PRESENT TENSE CONJUG­ATION:
AR: o, as, a, amos, an
ER/IR: o, es, e, emos/imos, en

Infinitive

SPOCK: Speech and commun­ica­tion, Percep­tions, Occurr­ences and events, Certainty, and Kn­owledge and unders­tan­ding.
Concep­t/R­elated verbs:
Speech and commun­ica­tion: Decir, describir, gritar, indicar, mencionar, repetir, revela­r,s­eñalar, asegurar, comentar, afirmar, aludir a, etc.
Percep­tions: Notar, observar, oír, percibir, encont­rarse, ver, etc.
Occurr­ences and events: Ocurrir, suceder, pasar, acontecer, etc.
Certainty: es claro que, es seguro que, es cierto que, es obvio que, no es posible que, es evidente que, etc.
Knowledge and unders­tan­ding: Creer, saber,  averi­guar, leer, enterarse de, aprender, etc.

More Vocab

la entrev­ist­a-the interview
la solicitud de empleo-job applic­ation
a tiempo comple­to-full time
a tiempo parcia­l-part time
ofrecer un trabajo-to offer a job
ojalá- I hope that
quizás- perhaps
 

Subjun­ctive (follows que)

-Subju­nctive mood expresses how she/he feels about the verb/a­ction, not factual, things that might happen (hope, wish, emotion).
(Subj) Drop AR, ER & IR endings & add opposite present tense verb ending.
AR- e, es, e, emos, en
ER/IR- a, as, a, amos, an

Irregular:
Dar: de, des, de, demos, den
Estar: este, estes, este, estemos, esten
Ir: vaya, vayas, vaya, vayamos, vayan
Saber: sepa, sepas, sepa, sepamos, sepan
Ser: sea, seas, sea, seamos, sean

Subjun­ctive Rules

Concep­t/R­elated Verb:
Wishes: desear, esperar, exigir, insistir, preferir, querer, pedir, necesitar, etc.
Emotions: alegrarse, enojar, sentir, encantar, lamentar, sorpre­nder, etc.
Impersonal Expres­sions: es extraño que, es importante que, es fantástico que, etc.
Recomm­end­ations: recome­ndar, sugerir, aconsejar, ordenar, mandar, insistir, etc.
Doubt and Denial: dudar, no creer, no estar seguro, no parecer, no compre­nder, no pensar, no es cierto que, etc.
Ojalá(­hope): Ojalá que

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