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1 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 KS3 Spanish – Year 8 La comida Part 2 Unidad 8

2 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 La comida Contenido Direct object pronouns The verb soler La comida Frutas y verduras

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4 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 GRAMMAR Direct object pronouns (lo, la, los, las) 1 In Unit 7 we studied the “direct object pronouns” that refer to people (le, la, les, las). Marta knows Pedro. Marta knows Antón and Ricardo. Pedro knows Marta. Pedro knows Sara and Teresa. Marta knows him. Marta knows them. Pedro knows her. Pedro knows them. Marta conoce a Pedro. Marta conoce a Antón and Ricardo. Pedro conoce a Marta. Pedro conoce a Sara and Teresa. Marta le* conoce. Marta les conoce. Pedro la conoce. Pedro las conoce. In this unit, we will be studying the direct object that ONLY refers to a thing or things: lo, la, los, las. Marta come carne. Marta eats meat. Pedro come pan. Pedro eats bread.

5 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 GRAMMAR Direct object pronouns (lo, la, los, las) 2 The direct object pronouns in Spanish that refer to a thing or things are: Masculine singular lo (it) Masculine plural los (them) Feminine singularla (it) Feminine plural las (them) The direct object pronouns are used in place of the object to avoid repetition. Here is a good trick to find out what the direct object is: make the sentence into a question using “what?”. Marta eats meat. Marta eats what? Marta eats meat.

6 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 GRAMMAR Direct object pronouns (lo, la, los, las) 3 Marta eats apples – Marta eats them. Pedro eats cakes – Pedro eats them. Normally, in Spanish the pronouns come before the verb: Marta come manzanas – Marta las come. Pedro come pasteles – Pedro los come. Marta come carne – Marta la come. Pedro come pan – Pedro lo come. In English, the pronouns come after the verb: Marta eats meat – Marta eats it. Pedro eats bread – Pedro eats it.

7 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 GRAMMAR The verb soler 1 The verb soler expresses the idea of usually. It is used with the infinitive. Suelo comer manzanas Pedro suele comer pasteles Soler + infinitive Soler is a stem change verb like poder. ¿Sueles comer verdura? Sí, suelo comer verdura -o > -ue soler

8 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 GRAMMAR soler soler: o changes to ue Stem change verbs -o > -ue 4. Change the -o to -ue on parts Identify the group to which the verb belongs = -er 2. Write out verb as if it were regular. 3. Identify the vowel to change: it is ALWAYS the vowel just before the infinitive ending. 1. suelo 2. sueles 3. suele 4. solemos 5. soléis 6. suelen 1. suelo 2. sueles 3. suele 4. solemos 5. soléis 6. suelen The verb soler 2

9 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 GRAMMAR The verb soler 3

10 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 La comida 1

11 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 La comida 2

12 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 La comida 3

13 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 En mi casa cenamos a las siete de la tarde. De primer plato tomo una ensalada. De segundo plato tomo carne; pescado frito o un bistec con patatas asadas o patatas fritas y con verdura. ¡Pero prefiero las hamburguesas! La cena La comida 4

14 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 La comida 5

15 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 ¿Y tú?, ¿qué tomas? Desayuno a las… Suelo comer… y beber… Almuerzo a las… Tomo… Después del colegio, como… y bebo… A las… ceno con mi familia. Como… y bebo… Desayuno a las… Suelo comer… y beber… Almuerzo a las… Tomo… Después del colegio, como… y bebo… A las… ceno con mi familia. Como… y bebo… La comida 6

16 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 La comida 7

17 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 La comida 8

18 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 Frutas y verduras 1

19 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 No me gustan… ¿Te gustan y no te gustan? las cerezas las manzanas las naranjas los melocotones las uvas las peras Me gustan… Frutas y verduras

20 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 ¿Qué fruta es? Frutas y verduras 3

21 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 ¿Dónde están? Frutas y verduras 4

22 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 Frutas y verduras 5

23 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 Las verduras Frutas y verduras 6

24 © Boardworks Ltd of Frutas y verduras 7 Las verduras

25 © Boardworks Ltd of Frutas y verduras 8 Look at the picture for 2 minutes and answer the questions on the next slide.

26 © Boardworks Ltd of Frutas y verduras 9 Memoria de elefante ¿Hay cebollas? ¿Hay tomates? ¿Hay coliflor? ¿Hay puerros? ¿Hay lechugas? ¿Hay zanahorias? ¿Hay judías verdes? Sí hay No hay Sí hay

27 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 1 Me gustan los… / las…, pero no me gustan los… / las… Me gustan los… / las…, pero no me gustan los… / las… champiñones/ cebollas / lechugas / zanahorias / cerezas Frutas y verduras 10 Rachel ¿Me gusta no me gusta? Me gustan… No me gustan…

28 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 Repaso 1 Direct object pronouns Lo – it (m. singular) La – it (f. singular) Los – them (m. plural) Las – them (f. plural) Lo – it (m. singular) La – it (f. singular) Los – them (m. plural) Las – them (f. plural)

29 © Boardworks Ltd of 29 Repaso 2 soler -o > -ue suelo sueles suele solemos soléis suelen suelo sueles suele solemos soléis suelen The verb soler


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