EQ for De Antemano Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 2 What are the objectives for Chapter 2? How well do you understand the storyline presented in the De Antemano for Chapter 2?
Assignment for De Antemano Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 3 Read De Antemano on TB Pg. 48-49 Watch video of De Antemano Complete TB Pg. 50 (Act. 1-4)
EQ for Chapter 2 Section 1 Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 4 What are the indefinite articles? How do you use indefinite articles? How do you make nouns plural in Spanish? What are the pronouns in the Spanish language? How do Spanish schools differ from schools in the United States?
Indefinite Articles Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 5 Another group of words that are used with nouns are the indefinite article: un, una (a or an) and unos, unas (some or a few). Summary of Indefinite Articles MasculineFeminine Singularununa Pluralunosunas
Indefinite Articles Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 6 Youve already learned that un and una mean a or an. Unos and unas mean some or a few. The chart shows how the four forms of the indefinite articles are used. Use unos with a masculine plural noun. When referring to a group of people that includes both males and females, the masculine plural is used. For example: unos estudiantes In a negative sentence, un, una, unos, and unas are often dropped. For example: ¿Necesitas unos bolígrafos? No, no necesito bolígrafos.
Making Nouns Plural Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 7 To make a noun plural, add -s if it ends in a vowel. For example: diccionario diccionarios If the noun ends in a consonant, add –es. For example: papel papeles If a noun ends in –z, change -z to -c and add –es. For example: lapiz lápices How would you make these nouns plural? a. cruzb. luzc. vez
Review of Pronouns Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 8 In Chapter 1, you learned to use the subject pronouns yo when talking about yourself and tú when talking to another student or someone your own age. When you want to talk about someone else, use él to mean he and ella to mean she. For example: Paco y Merche quieren ir a la tienda. Él necesita una mochila y ella necesita muchas cosas.
Review of Pronouns Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 9 yo (I) tú (you) él (he) ella (she)
Nota Cultural (Pg. 54) Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 10 In many high schools in Spanish and Latin America, students stay in the same room for their classes all day and teachers change classrooms. Because of this, its rare to find a school that has lockers. Students carry their supplies to and from school each day in book bags or backpacks.
Assignments for Chapter 2 Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 11 Complete WB Pgs. 9-13 (Act. 1-10 / Skip Act. 8) Complete Worksheets Quiz 2-1A/B with notebook, etc. Complete Quiz 2-1 without any help. Review for Quiz 2-1 Study how to make nouns plural Indefinite Articles (un, una, unos, unas) Study culture for Primer Paso Short reading in Spanish with Answers in English (True/False)
EQ for Chapter 2 Section 2 Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 12 What is the meaning of the verb hay? What are the conjugations of the verb tener? What are its meanings? How do you make the nouns agree with the adjectives ¿cuánto? and mucho in Spanish? How do living conditions differ in Spanish-speaking countries and the United States?
The verb - haber Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 13 Hay Means there is or there are In a question, it means are there or is there? Hay is pronounced like ( I ) in English.
The verb – tener (to have) Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 14 yotengoI have tútienesyou have él ella Ud. tiene he/she has nosotros nosotras tenemoswe have ellos ellas Uds. tienen they/yall have
Agreement for mucho and ¿cuánto? with nouns Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 15 1. Many nouns and adjectives have the following endings: Making the endings of adjectives and nouns match is called agreement in gender (masculine/feminine) and number (singular/plural). SINGULARPLURAL MASCULINE-o-os FEMININE-a-as
Mucho and Cuánto forms Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 16 MasculineFeminine Singularmuchomucha Pluralmuchosmuchas MasculinePlural Singularcuántocuánta Pluralcuántoscuántas
Agreement for mucho and ¿cuánto? with nouns Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 17 2. The forms of ¿cuánto? are used to ask how much? or how many? Like other adjectives, ¿cuánto? matches the noun it describes. Ej: ¿__________ papel tienes? ¿__________ tarea? ¿__________ bolígrafos? ¿__________ carpetas? 3. The forms of mucho mean a lot, much, or many. Like ¿cuánto?, mucho changes to match the noun it modifies. Ej:Hay _______ tarea. Hay _______ personas en la clase.
Nota Cultural (TB Pg. 58) Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 18 In Spain, most people live in pisos (apartments) in cities or towns. Bedrooms are often smaller, and sisters or brothers will sometimes have to share a room. Generally, the family shares a single TV set and a single phone. Its not as common for teenagers to have a TV or a phone of their own in their bedroom.
Assignments for Chapter 2 Section 2 Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 19 Complete WB Pgs. 14-15 (Act. 11-13) Complete Worksheets 2-2A/B with notebook, etc. Complete Quiz 2-2 without any help. Review for Quiz 2-2 Study the words cuánto and mucho, etc. Study vocabulary (TB Pg. 73) - Segundo Paso especially Culture for Segundo Paso
EQ for Chapter 2 Section 3 Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 20 How do you express what you need using the verb necesitar in Spanish? How do you express what you want using the verb querer in Spanish? How do you identify verbs in Spanish? What is the difference in the stem and the ending of a verb? What are the numbers in Spanish? What is a special about using the number one uno in Spanish when referring to a noun?
Necesitar – to need Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 21 yo necesito nosotros necesitamos nosotras name y yo tú necesitas él ella Ud. necesita name * singular subject ellos ellas necesitan Uds. name y name * plural subjects
Querer (ie) – to want Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 22 yo quiero nosotros queremos nosotras name y yo tú quieres él ella Ud. quiere name * singular subject ellos ellas quieren Uds. name y name * plural subjects
How to identify verbs Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 23 Verbs are words of action. There are 3 types of verbs: -ar, -er, and –ir. Verbs have two parts: stem and ending. Ex. hablar = habl(stem) + ar (ending)
Verbs in Tercer Paso Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 24 These are some verbs that you will find in the tercer paso of Chapter 2. poner – to put or to place encontrar – to find or to meet at a place conocer – to meet (new friends) ir – to go comprar – to buy
To make numbers: Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 25 y means and veinte (20) – follow the numbers found in Chapter 1 treinta (30) cuarenta (40) cincuenta (50) sesenta (60) setenta (70) ochenta (80) noventa (90)
One Hundred Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 26 100 cien (use by itself) ciento (101-199)
Uno Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 27 Uno at the end of a number changes to un before a masculine noun. Uno at the end of a number changes to una before a feminine noun.
Assignments for Chapter 2 Section 3 Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 28 Complete WB Pgs. 16-17 (Act. 14-17) Complete Worksheets 2-3A/B with notebook, etc. Complete Quiz 2-3 without any help. Review for Quiz 2-3 Study vocabulary for tercer paso on TB Pg. 73 Study verbs presented in Tercer Paso Study notes for Tercer Paso Know verbs necesitar and tener to answer personal questions in Spanish.
EQ for End of Chapter Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 29 How well do you know the vocabulary, grammar and cultural concepts learned in Chapter 2? What skills do you need to improve to make a 100 on the Vocabulary and Cumulative Tests for Chapter 2?
Assignments for Chapter 2 Review Spanish 1 Chapter 2 Notes 30 Complete TB Pgs. 66-69 (Act. 1-10) Write sentences on Activities 5, 7, 9, 10 Answers only on the other activities Review for Chapter 2 Cumulative Test Study Vocabulary on TB Pg 73 Study all notes for Chapter 2 - cultural and grammar Study verbs and their conjugations within Chapter 2