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1 You Are The Teachers Project Group 1 By: Danny Magsalin Joseph Bondoc Pete Lauderdale Chris Teate

2 Aburrido/a –La escuela es muy aburrida Alto/a –El edificio de Empire State es alto Antipatico/a –El dia libre puede ser muy antipatico Bajo/a –El almuerzo es corto

3 Bonito/aComico/a Bueno/aComo es..

4 Como son.. AltoGuapo/a Grande

5 InteligenteMalo/a Moreno/a Interesante

6 No te preocupesEl (la) Nuevo/aDificil

7 Divertido/aEres Ellas,ellosEs

8 EstrictoFeo/a FacilPequeno/a You Aint got no ally by You Ugly!

9 El (la) profesor/aSimpático/a Rubio/asomos

10 Adjective Agreement

11 Now what is Adjective Agreement In Spanish, the adjective has to agree, in both gender and number, with whatever it is describing If the adjective modifies a feminine noun, then the adjective uses a feminine ending Example: bonito - pretty: singular feminine – bonita\ In other words, if the noun has either a masculine or feminine ending, the adjective ending will correspond with it

12 (continued) Another example if the subject is el boligrafo(notebook) and the adjective is feo(ugly) you put feo because boligrafo is masculine: El boligrafo feo. So when you read the phrase the noun and adjective have the same ending sound. Whether it is o for masculine and a for feminine the subject and adjective will have that same ending sound.

13 What about Plural? The adjective agreement is not limited to plural words. Instead of using el or la, it used los or las to tell that it's plural. Again the same rule applies. If it's los the adjective also have to end with os and las have to end with as Also plural adjective is now son. It's like the word are

14 (continued) For example Las calculadoras son altas. Ex2: Los cuadernos son nuevos. The calculators are tall The notebooks are new

15 Words that ends with an e or a consonant. If the adjective ends with e or a consonant, all you have to do is just leave it as it is. But if it is plural just put an s or es. For example:(Single) Michael Jackson es inteligente. Ex2: (Plural) Los balarines(dancers) son interesantes

16 Endings for adjectives that end in o SingularPlural MasculinoO Ex: alto Os Ex. altos femininoA Ex: alta As Ex. altas

17 Endings for adjectives that end in l singularplural masculinoL Ex: real Les Ex: reales femininoL Ex: real Les Ex: reales

18 Endings of adjectives that end in n singularplural masculinoN Ex: joven Nes Ex: jóvenes femininoN Ex: joven Nes Ex: jóvenes

19 The Verb Ser is a way to say to be in Spanish. Ser does not follow the standard form of verb conjugation. The forms of ser are soy, eres, es, somos, sois, and son.

20 The Verb Ser can be divided into many categories such as: –the hour, day, and date –Where your from –Profession –nationality –religion –What made a material –possession –relationship –Expressions –Area of event –essential qualities

21 How to Use # 1 Soy – I am… Tu eres – You are… El/Ella es – He/She is… Son las cuatro – Its four oclock. Es la una – Its one oclock. ¿Qué hora es? – What time is it?

22 How to Use #2 Es de – He/She is from… Soy de – Im from… ¿De donde eres? – Where are you from? ¿De donde es? – Where is she/he from? ¿Como es…? – Whats… like? ¿Como son…? – What are… like?

23 Vocabulary Words

24 Vocabulary Words El Baile Dance El Concieto Concert

25 ?Cual? Which? El Examen Exam Favorito/a Favorite

26 La Fiesta Party Le Gusta(n) He/She likes Me Gusta(n) I like

27 ?No? Isnt it?/right? La Novela Novel El Partido de Game of…(sport)

28 ?Por que? Why? Porque Te Gusta(n) You Like

29 ?verdad? Dont you?/right? El Videojuego Videogame

30 Talking about things you like and explaining why To talk about what you like, use the verb gustar. If you like one thing, use gusta. Ex: Me gusta la clase de español.

31 If you like more than one thing, use gustan. Ex: Me gustan las clases.

32 To ask what someone likes, you may say: Te gusta(n) Ex: ¿Te gusta el concierto? Ex: ¿Te gustan los deportes?

33 You may also use the expressions ¿Cuál es? Or ¿Cuáles son? (which is/ which are) ¿Cuál es tu baile favorito? ¿Cuáles son tus videojuegos favoritos?

34 When you want to express likes, use the following phrases Me gusta(n) Te gusta(n) Le gusta(n) Nos gusta(n) Les gusta(n) I like You like (tú) He likes, she likes, you like (usted) We like They like, you all like (ustedes)

35 Examples Me gusta la clase. I like the class. Me gustan las clases. I like the classes.

36 ¿Te gusta el concierto? Do you like the concert? ¿Te gustan los deportes? Do you like the sports?

37 Le gusta la fiesta. He/she/you (usted) likes (like) the party. Le gustan las novelas. He/she/you (usted) likes (like) the novels.

38 Nos gusta el videojuego. We like the video game. Nos gustan los exámenes. We like the exams.

39 Les gusta el español. They (you all) like Spanish. Les gustan las fiestas. They (you all) like the partys.

40 If you want to ask why someone likes something, use ¿Por qué? (Why?) EX: ¿Por qué te gusta el español? Why do you like Spanish.

41 If you want to say why someone likes something, use porque (because) ¿ Por qué te gusta la pizza? Why do you like pizza? Me gusta la pizza porque es sabrosa. I like pizza because it is tasty.

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