Gramática Companion Website Digital Access Code (Lingco)

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ISBN: 9781647122188 ()

August 2021



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Gramática Companion Website Digital Access Code (Lingco)
Gramática para la composición
tercera edición, Student's Edition
M. Stanley Whitley, Luis González, and Claudia Ospina

This is the companion website access code for Gramática para la composición with Website, tercera edición, for student use only. The companion website accompanies the Gramática para la composición textbook, and includes fully integrated exercises, some with immediate, automated feedback. If you are enrolled in an instructor-led course, your instructor can track your online progress, assign grades, and give you feedback. Learners who are not enrolled in an instructor-led course receive automated feedback for most of the exercises and, sometimes, see example responses. The companion website is powered by Lingco. Codes will be fulfilled via email by Hopkins Fulfillment Service (HFS). If you are an instructor, please visit the Publisher website for more information on how to set up your course.

M. Stanley Whitley is professor emeritus of Spanish and linguistics at Wake Forest University. He is the author of Spanish/English Contrasts: A Course in Spanish Linguistics, Second Edition (Georgetown University Press, 2002), coauthor of Teaching Spanish Grammar with Pictures: How to Use William Bull's Visual Grammar of Spanish (Georgetown University Press, 2010), and coauthor of Pronouncing English: A Stress-Based Approach with CD-ROM (Georgetown University Press, 2004).

Luis H. González is a professor of Spanish and linguistics at Wake Forest University. He completed his PhD at the University of California, Davis. His main areas of research are semantic roles, case, reflexivization, clitic doubling, differential object marking, dichotomies in languages, Spanish linguistics, and second language learning. He is the co-author of Gramática para la composición and the author of Cómo entender y cómo enseñar por y para, Four Dichotomies in Spanish: Adjective Position, Adjectival Clauses, Ser/Estar, and Preterite/Imperfect, and The Fundamentally Simple Logic of Language: Learning a Second Language with the Tools of the Native Speaker.

Claudia Ospina is an assistant teaching professor of Spanish at Wake Forest University.