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By Matt A. Casado

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Latinos are the quickest starting to be crew within the hospitality undefined, and with the entire inherent demanding situations of working a good hospitality company, managers and staff cannot manage to pay for miscommunication one of the employees. Conversational Spanish Grammar for the Hospitality school room is the fitting studying device for college students and staff, in addition to a strong conversation source for managers.

This easy-to-use advisor exhibits the right way to mix technical vocabulary accepted through Spanish-speaking employees with basic grammar rules to successfully speak in real-world occasions that pertain to lodge and eating place operations. choked with useful routines and confirmed instructing instruments, Conversational Spanish Grammar for the Hospitality school room is perfect education for a profitable profession in modern day multicultural industry.

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M. , the expression de la mañana (deh lah mahnyáh-nah) is used. M. M. M. until sunset, the expression de la tarde (deh lah táhr-deh) is used. M. , the expression de la noche (deh lah nóh-cheh) is used. M. Generally, up to and including the half hour, minutes are added to the hour after y. Example: Son las doce y veinte, It is twenty after twelve. Between the half hour and the next hour the minutes are subtracted from the next hour by using menos. Example: Son las doce menos veinte,” It is twenty to twelve.

__________________________________________ 5. ¿Les gusta el helado? ______________________________________________________________ 6. A ellos les gusta beber té. ______________________________________ 7. A mí me gustan las galletas, pero no me gusta la ensalada. ______________________________________________________________ 8. A Jorge le gusta Lupita, pero a ella no le gusta Jorge. ______________________________________________________________ 9. ¿Le gusta a usted secar platos? __________________________________ 10.

Le gustan a usted las ensaladas? CULTURAL VIGNETTE [5[ The concept of family in Hispanic countries is different from that of North America. Two, sometimes three, generations often live under the same roof, participating actively in all family endeavors. Unmarried children might live in the family home until they are in their thirties, and the rest of the family usually encourages them to do so. Hospitality managers should be aware that on occasion different members of the family of a Hispanic employee may accompany him or her to the place of work when off duty—for example, to collect the paycheck on payday.

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