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Vocab More Vocab. Interró- gativos Reg. –ar verbs Reg –er and –ir verbs Irreg. verbs Potpourri
First Category for 100 ¿Cómo se dice, tall en español?
Answer First Category for 100 Alto/a Pick a Category
First Category for 200 ¿Cómo se dice, good-looking en español?
Answer First Category for 200 el/guapo/a Pick a Category
First Category for 300 ¿Cómo se dice, Salvadoran en español?
Answer First Category for 300 Salvadoreño/a Pick a Category
First Category for 400 ¿Cómo se dice, Canadian en español?
Answer for 400 canadiense Pick a Category
First Category for 500 ¿Cómo se dice, country? en español?
Answer for 500 ¿país Pick a Category
Second Category for 100 ¿Cómo se dice, to sell en español?.
Answer Second Category for 100 vender Pick a Category
Second Category for 200 ¿Cómo se dice, to travel en español?
Answer to Second Category for 200 viajar Pick a Category
Second Category for 300 ¿Cómo se dice, Russian español?
Answer to Second Category for 300 Ruso/a Pick a Category
Second Category for 400 ¿Cómo se dice, What do you like to do? en español?
Answer to Second Category for 400 ¿Qué te gusta hacer? Pick a Category
Second Category for 500 ¿Cómo se dice, to ought to (do something) en español?
Answer to Second Category for 500 Deber (+ infinitive) Pick a Category
Third Category for 100 How do you say, Where in Spanish?
Answer to Third Category for 100 ¿dónde? Pick a Category
Third Category for 200 How do you say, why? in Spanish?
Answer to Third Category for 200 ¿por qué Pick a Category
Third Category for 300 How do you say, how many? in Spanish?
Answer to Third Category for 300 ¿cuántos/as? Pick a Category
Third Category for 400 How do you say whose? in Spanish?
Answer to Third Category for 400 ¿De quién(es)? Pick a Category
Third Category for 500 How do you say, (to) where? in Spanish?
Answer to Third Category for 500 ¿ Adónde? Pick a Category
Fourth Category for 100 How do you say, I talk/speak in Spanish?
Answer to Fourth Category for 100 (yo) hablo Pick a Category
Fourth Category for 200 How do you say, He dances in Spanish?
Answer to Fourth Category for 200 (él) baila. Pick a Category
Fourth Category for 300 How do you say, we sing in Spanish?
Answer to Fourth Category for 300 Cantamos. Pick a Category
Fourth Category for 400 How do you say, you (tú) study in Spanish?
Answer to Fourth Category for 400 estudias. Pick a Category
Fourth Category for 500 How do you say, I look for the books in Spanish?
Answer to Fourth Category for 500 Busco los libros. Pick a Category
Fifth Category for 100? How do you say, I eat in Spanish?
Answer to Fifth Category for 100 Yo como. Pick a Category
Fifth Category for 200 How would you say, She sells in Spanish?
Answer to Fifth Category for 200 (ella) vende. Pick a Category
Fifth Category for 300 How do you say, we write in Spanish?
Answer to Fifth Category for 300 escribimos Pick a Category
Fifth Category for 400 How would you say, they read in Spanish?
Answer to Fifth Category for 400 (ellos) leen. Pick a Category
Fifth Category for 500 How do you say, they live in Spanish?
Answer to Fifth Category for 500 (ellos) viven.
Sixth Category for 100 What is the present tense of the verb tener in the yo form?
Answer to Sixth Category for 100 tengo Pick a Category
Sixth Category for 200 What is the nosotros form of the verb ver in the present tense?
Answer to Sixth Category for 200 vemos Pick a Category
Sixth Category for 300 What is the present tense of the tú form of ver in Spanish?
Answer to Sixth Category for 300 ves. Pick a Category
Sixth Category for 400 What is nosotros form of the verb tener in the present tense?
Answer to Sixth Category for 400 tenemos Pick a Category
Sixth Category for 500 What is the tú form of the verb tener in the present tense.
Answer to Sixth Category for 500 tienes Pick a Category
Seventh Category for 100 How do you say, What time is it? in Spanish?
Answer to Seventh Category for 100 ¿Qué hora es?
Seventh Category for 200 How do you say, No, I dont have the books in Spanish?
Answer to Seventh Category for 200 No, no tengo los libros. Pick a Category
Seventh Category for 300 How would you say, Marco is short in Spanish?
Answer to Seventh Category for 300 Marco es bajo. Pick a Category
Seventh Category for 400 How would you say, María is Panamanian in Spanish?
Answer to Seventh Category for 400 María es panameña. Pick a Category
Seventh Category for 500 How would you say, Im American (from the U.S.) in Spanish?
Answer to Seventh Category for 500 Soy estadounidense. Pick a Category
Daily Double! How much would you like to wager? Second Category for 400
Daily Double! How much would you like to wager? Third Category for 500
Vocab More Vocab. Interró- gativos Reg. –ar verbs preterite More –ar regular pret. verbs Irreg. verbs, preterite culture
Vocab -ar verbs ¿Qué hora es? Tener Subject Pronouns More –ar verbs Sentences
Numbers Telling Time ArticlesPotpourri Regular Verbs Present Tense Tener Ir
Vocab. Def & Indef. Articles Ser & Tener Gustar Regular Present Tense Verbs Stem- Changing Verbs Ir
Vocab More Vocab. SaberConocer Saber vs. Conocer CultureSentences
Vocab More Vocab. Ordinal numbers The Imperfect Preterite vs. Imperfect Irreg. Imperfect verbs Impers. Construct. With se
To tell people what they have to do, use: tener + que + infinitive.
Tener Present Tense. Irregular verbs The verb tener is an irregular verb The verb tener is an irregular verb Irregular verbs do not conform to the regular.
-Vocab -More vocab Irreg preg verbs in the preterite Preterite stem changing verbs Hace time ex- pressions La Cultura Sentences
Outcome and Theme Comprehension Strategies
Verb = a word that shows action Example: bailar, comer, dormir There are 3 types of verbs in SPANISH… AR, ER, IR.
Vocab More Vocab Direct Objects Stem- Changing Verbs More Stem- Changing Verbs Culture More Culture
Vocabulary Vocab. II Preterite -ar Preterite Irregular More Irregular Preterite Sentences Review IO/DO Pronouns
Vocab Culture Direct Object pronouns Me Gusta Indirect Object Pronouns More vocab. The personal “a”
Tener ganas de Def & Indef. Articles Ser & Estar Gustar Days, Months, Seasons Writing Dates in Spanish Spanish Arithmetic
Acabar de, Tener que, Hay que, y Deber Español 2 Unidad 5 Lección 2.
Present Tense 3 types of verbs in Spanish: -AR, -ER, -IR 3 types of verbs in Spanish: -AR, -ER, -IR An infinitive To + verb An infinitive To + verb Conjugate.
HOW TO USE TWO VERBS IN A SENTENCE VERBOS DOBLES.
Vocab. D.O Pronouns I.O Pronouns Sentences More sentences Culture
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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.
Repaso para el examen Ch TenerTener queSer + adjetivosVocabularioPreguntas.
Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category.
El Verbo “GUSTAR” En español gustar significa “to be pleasing” In English, the equivalent is “to like”
Questions Craig Thomas B.A.. Questions 0 In Spanish, there may be several ways to ask the same question. Note the inverted question mark that begins each.
Vocabulary Vocab. II Preterite -ar Preterite Irregular More Irregular Preterite SentencesCulture
Página 196 en sus libros. In English, these expressions are used to compare two people or things Ex. The girl is more short than the boy. They are formed.
Jeopardy!!! Kyle Nutter
JEOPARDY At DHS with your host JEOPARDY! Present tense Past tenseVocabularyDirectionsRandomDo you remember? JEOPARDY!
AR verbs. Conjugation of AR verbs Yo Tú Usted Él - Ella Nosotros Nosotras Ustedes Ellos Ellas o as a amos an Use a for singular subjects Use an for plural.
AR Verbs in the present tense. After this presentation… Remember what an infinitive is Tener/Tengo Ser/Soy Gustar/Me gusta Know the endings for AR verbs.
Present Tense ER Verb Conjugation. Academic Vocab Infinitive: The base form of a verb. When translated, it always includes TO + the action. Correr – To.
Questions In Spanish, there may be several ways to ask the same question. Note the inverted question mark that begins each question….
El Presente. -ar verb endings o as a hablar- to speak hablo hablas habla amos áis an hablamos habláis hablan.
¿Quién es la tercera persona? Who is the third person?
Las Relaciones Personales Write a script for a TV show about family relationships. One person is the presenter, the others are people being interviewed.
Apuntes: Verb + infinitive. Apuntes: Verb + infinitive ¿Cómo se dice en español? I want to sing –Quiero cantar We need to dance –Necesitamos bailar They.
Verbs By: Señorita McMahon. What are verbs? A verb is a word used to show that an action is taking place or to indicate the existence of a state or condition,
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The Present Tense. In Spanish, the words for ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘he’, ‘she’, ‘we’, ‘they’ are not used very often with verbs. Instead, the ending of the verb.
Vocab More Vocab Posses- sives Compara- tives DatesCulture More Culture
Modal verbs and useful expressions.. Modal verbs are paired up with infinitives to express something else Tener + que + Infinitive (used when you have.
Jeopardy Gustar 1 Gustar y verbos AdjetivosPreguntas Etc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Ir with Infinitives Spanish 1- Chapter 4. Review of the verb Ir Yo Voy- I’m going Nosotros Vamos- We are going Tú Vas- You’re going Vosotros Vais- You’re.
1 Day 3- Review of Subject Pronouns with Ser and Tener An Online Learning Module Adapted from PowerShow.com Los Verbos.
Term 2: Week 1- Martes. INITIAL ACTIVITY- Tener review Complete this verb conjugation chart by filling in the missing words! Tengo You, dude have He,
Conjugation of Verbs in the Present Tense Present Tense Regular.
100 Jeopardy Tener Expressions Gustar Present Progressive House Chores Location vocab.
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