Español Comercial

Comunicación Avanzada para Profesionales de Negocios (First Edition)
By Fabian Faccio
Perforated Paperback, 270 pages
ISBN: 978-1-5165-0003-1 ©2016
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    Designed to be highly practical, Español Comercial is a concise, well-organized resource for advanced, fluent students who want to improve their speaking skills in Spanish for business purposes.

    The book increases vocabulary and teaches speaking skills for use in professional environments. A practical tool for improving cross-cultural communication, the text also helps students recognize and employ the appropriate register for negotiating successfully in Spanish.

    The book is organized into twelve chapters, each of which presents a specific business-related topic as the context for language acquisition. These topics include globalization and the Hispanic world, companies in Latin America and Spain, company assets, entering international markets, and the production of goods and services. Each chapter also weaves in information about the countries in Latin America, providing students with a valuable overview of the region.

    In addition, students learn about business management, human resources, banking, funding and investment, and the future of business. Each of the twelve chapters includes vocabulary, phrases, application exercises, and an expansion activity.

    Español Comercial is written specifically for courses in Spanish that focus on business terminology, topics, and practices.

    Fabián Faccio holds a Master of Arts degree in second language acquisition and application from the University of Maryland, College Park, where he is currently a lecturer and teaches Commercial Spanish and a variety of other Spanish courses. He also has a degree from the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in Mendoza, Argentina, where he was born. He has over 25 years of teaching experience, and is a past recipient of the Award for Excellence from the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. His research interests include cross-cultural communication, teaching in a technology-enhanced environment, and language for specific purposes.