Learn how to navigate your way through the potentially embarrassing experience of buying personal products in a pharmacy, receive advice on how to safely choose a taxi when you are leaving your destination airport, know what to do (and what not to do) when someone wants to kiss you, be aware of the least expensive ways of getting your laundry done, and much more. After all, should you be offended when someone calls you a gringo/em?Help students better understand the cultural differences that exist between the different Spanish-speaking countries. Be confronted with different real-life situations and be invited to reflect on how you might navigate them. Also provided are vocabulary lists of suggested words and phrases that students may need in order to communicate in the target language plus a variety of activities, rubrics, role-playing scenarios, interactive games, speech practice, and conversation simulations to help deepen students’ understanding of the Spanish-speaking world.Copyright 2020. English/Spanish. PDF download. 114 pages. ISBN: 978-0-7560-6443-3About the AuthorsCarrie McLaren (B.A. (Hons), B.Ed., OCT) is a Spanish and French high school teacher. Carrie has kept up-to-date on the current theories of modern language education. She brings her passion and knowledge to this new Spanish language resource, which explores a variety of real-life situations and experiences.Leyt;eacute; Gonz;aacute;lez Navarro (B.Ed., OCT) graduated with a bachelor of education (honors) and a major in history and philosophy in Havana, Cuba. Since leaving her country of origin, she has worked as a Spanish teacher for over 20 years, and is currently a French teacher. Also a professional translator, she graduated from Glendon College, York University, Toronto. Gonz;aacute;lez Navarro co-authored and edited two editions of Cuaderno de Espatilde;ol/em and translated Boxeando por Cuba, Historia de un Emigrante/em, a biography of Guillermo Vicente Vidal.