First Year > Spanlang 3 > Progress Card: Interpersonal Objectives

Below is a list of goals for Spanish 3 student progress in interpersonal language. Use this checklist as your "Progress Card" to track your development in Spanish. As you learn to do each item, note your confidence level in performing each task. You will want to practice and review these objectives repeatedly on your own, with your native-speaking conversation partner, and with your instructor.

Download a printable version of the entire Progress Card with interpersonal, intrepretive and presentational objectives.

Language Learning Objectives: Click on an objective for a list of key phrases to learn See text chapters Examples in context (text, audio and video samples) Your confidence level: 1 (low) to 5 (high)
I can...
address people appropriately according to their age and how well I know them
make polite comments to people (e.g., "Thank you so much for your help," or "I truly appreciate your generosity.") (Review from Spanish 2)
initiate conversations with strangers and acquaintances
interact with strangers and acquaintances on the telephone:
talk on the telephone
inquire over the phone about an apartment for rent
video and text: interact with strangers and acquaintences on the telephone (Ecuador)

express emotions such as sympathy, admiration, anger or surprise

12A, 15B, 17B, 18B video: Elmo y el actor mexicano Diego Luna expresan sus emociones  
ask for favors
offer assistance 7B    
suggest or give advice 10A

video: Nutrition advice (Spain)

express opinions 16A, 17A video and text: "El Progreso" (song) by Roberto Carlos  
express future plans 15A, 17A    
share doubts 16A    
clarify and restate information      
search for an apartment:
describe the type of apartment I'd like     
describe the type of roommate I'd like      
inquire about the rent and terms of payment    
make travel arrangements (11A, 13A):
purchase airline tickets      
inquire about fares      
inquire about destinations      
ask for a one-way or a round trip ticket