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Spanish 2 Unidad 1 Etapa 3 Sra. LearSaber vs. Conocer Spanish 2 Unidad 1 Etapa 3 Sra. Lear
Both saber and conocer meanto know.
information, and when telling how to do something.Use saber with facts, information, and when telling how to do something. ¿Saben quién es esa reportera? Do you know who that reporter is?
Use conocer to express being familiar or acquainted with a person, place, or thing.Yo la conozco. ¿Les gustaría conocerla? I know her. Would you like to meet her?
p.82 ACT 5 ¿De dónde? Gerardo: México Gerardo es mexicano.Today’s work p.82 ACT 5 ¿De dónde? Gerardo: México Gerardo es mexicano. p.82 ACT 6 ¿De què país? Jane: Londres Jane es inglesa.
p.83 ¡Socorro! Verb only! Saber or Conocer, Present Tense Conoces
The subjunctive tense. Used to express an action that is desired or hoped for that is not necessarily real.
SABER vs CONOCER To know or to know?.
Beginning of the review part 3
Hace + time expression + que (with the present and preterite tenses)
Saber y Conocer To know.
Chapter 4 Segundo Paso Presented by F. Villaroman B. Eason A. Branch.
Question formation Preview Sí or no No and not Question words
Formal and Plural Commands
Vocab More Vocab. Interró- gativos Reg. –ar verbs Reg –er and –ir verbs Irreg. verbs Potpourri
Jeopardy Vocab 1 IOPs Saber y Conocer Ser, Nationality Geocultura Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Warm up 1.2 Describe one of your family members using 3 adjectives we just learned in Spanish. REMEMBER: “o” is used at the end of the adjective to describe.
ANTE TODO Subject pronouns
Indicative after expressions of certainty
Hace + time expressions (tell vs. ask)
Unidad 1-1 Los pronombres a pronoun replaces a noun.
SABER To know information / how to do something. SABER = to know SABER is another verb that has an irregular YO form. Use SABER to talk about information.
Un Repaso del subjuntivo
From where are you? What nationality are you?. ¿De dónde eres tú? (From where are you?) Yo soy de ____. (I am from _____.) Targets: Ask/tell where people.
Questions Craig Thomas B.A..
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