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Negatives P. 36 Realidades 1
Negatives ßTo make a sentence negative in Spanish, you usually put no in front of the verb or expression. ßIn English you usually use the word not. ßNo me gusta cantar. ßI do not like to sing.
Negatives ßTo answer a question negatively, in Spanish you often use no twice. ßThe first no answers the question. ßThe second no says, I do not … (dont).
Negatives ßThis is similar to the way you answer a question in English. ß¿Te gusta escribir cuentos? ßDo you like to write stories? ßNo, no me gusta. ßNo, I dont.
Negatives ßIn Spanish, you might use one or more negatives after answering no. ß¿Te gusta cantar? ßDo you like to sing? ßNo, no me gusta nada. ßNo, I dont like it at all.
Negatives ßIf you want to say that you do not like either of two choices, use ni…ni: ßNo me gusta ni nadar ni dibujar. ßI dont like either swimming or drawing. ßI like neither swimming nor drawing.
Negatives P. 36 Realidades 1. Negatives ßTo make a sentence negative in Spanish, you usually put “no” in front of the verb or expression. ßIn English.
NEGATIVES P. 36 REALIDADES 1. NEGATIVES To make a sentence negative in Spanish, you usually put “no” in front of the verb or expression. In English you.
Notes on Negatives. To make a sentence negative in Spanish, you usually put ‘no’ in front of the verb or expression. In English, we usually use ‘not’
Positivos used with GUSTAR. Positivos ßTo answer a question in a positive way in Spanish, you usually start with “sí” “sí” in front of the verb or expression.
Negatives Las clases de Sra. Schwarz Realidades 1.
LOS NEGATIVOS NEGATIVES. NEGATIVOS To make a sentence negative in Spanish, you put no in front of the verb or expression, whereas in English, we use not.
¿Qué te gusta hacer? Capítulo 1A
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Expressing Negatives Sp. 1 ch.1A. Expressing Negatives To make any statement negative, simply place the word no in front of the verb or expression. Me.
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Apuntes: Capítulo 1A Epañol 1-2 Realidades 1 Kentridge High School Sra. Butsch Nolte.
Gustar with Infinitives Realidades 1 Capítula 1A.
Me gusta… …how to express what we do and don’t like to do.
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By the end of class…. 1. you will be able to talk about activities you like and don’t like to do AND 2. ask others what they like to do and either agree.
In English, the equivalent is “to like”
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Vocabulario 1-A ¿Qué te gusta hacer?.
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To talk about activities 1. Bailar To dance 2. Cantar To sing 3. Correr To run 4. Dibujar To draw 5. Escribir cuentos To write stories 6. Escuchar música.
Martes, 17 de septiembre de 2013 Page 27. Review Bailar - to dance Cantar - to sing correr - to run Dibujar - to draw escribir cuentos- to write.
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Infinitives P. 32 Realidades 1.
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Ni…..Ni If you want to say that you do not like either of two choices, use ni….ni to mean neither nor or not….or. For example: No me gusta ni nadar ni.
Agreement P. 38 Realidades 1 Agreement n To agree with what a person likes, you use a mí también. n Its like saying me too in English.
Gustar + Verbos To like + verbs. Me gusta - I like.
Gustar with Infinitives. Learning Targets: LT1: I can identify gustar with infinitive. LT2: I can use gustar with infinitives in a sentence.
Describe yourself. ¿Cómo te llamas?/ What is your name? A: ¿Cómo te llamas?(What is your name?) B: Me llamo _______ ¿y tú?(My name is_____ & you?) A:
Agreement or Disagreement P. 38 Realidades 1 Agreement or Disagreement n To agree with what a person likes, you use a mí también. n Its like saying me.
Agreement or Disagreement P. 38 Realidades 1. Agreement or Disagreement n To agree with what a person likes, you use “a mí también.” n It’s like saying.
GUSTAR Saying what someone likes. GUSTAR A VERB is an ACTION WORD. GUSTAR is used to say when something is pleasing to someone. But to simplify this,
Bailar to dance Cantarto sing Correrto run Dibujarto draw.
bailar to dance hablar por teléfono to talk on the phone.
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Click to add text bailar to dance Click to add text bailar to dance.
Expressing Likes and Dislikes Using the verb Gustar.
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Objective Identify Infinitive verbs in Spanish. Infinitives Infinitives are the base form of the verbs.
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Unit 4A Labolengua Negatives and imperatives. Unit 4A: Labolengua © Oxford University Press 2012 A Nada, nunca, nadie You can make a sentence negative.
Chapter 1A ¿Qué te gusta hacer?. bailar to dance.
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ME GUSTA – I LIKE I like – me gusta I like better (more) – me gusta más I like a lot – me gusta mucho Más and Mucho go directly after GUSTA!!
Infinitives A verb is a part of speech used to name action, being, or the state of being. Verbs in English have different forms depending on who is doing.
ME GUSTA I like Something is PLEASING to me or. Read it backwards to be pleasing To sleep is pleasing to me. dormir.gusta Me.
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