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1 All questions have an upside down question mark to begin ¿? (Gives extra emphasis, they do the same thing for exclamation points¡!) All question words receive a doinker or an accent or an acento. (Cómo, Qué, De dónde, Cuál)

2 How to ask for a phone number How do you ask someone for his/her phone number in Spanish? There are two ways to ask for a phone number. 1.¿Cuál es tu teléfono? 2.¿Cuál es tu número de teléfono?

3 How to respond How do you respond my phone number is or my number is. Just as there are two ways to ask for someones phone number there are two ways to respond. 1.Mi teléfono es cuatro cinco seis siete cero cero tres 2.Mi número de teléfono es …..

4 How to ask: What day is today? How do you ask what day is today? How do you ask what day is tomorrow? ¿Qué día es hoy? ¿Qué día es mañana?

5 How do you respond? How do you say, today is (Monday)? Hoy es (lunes). How do you say, tomorrow is (Tuesday)? Mañana es (martes) What is unique about Spanish days of the week? THEY ARE NOT CAPITALIZED!!! (unless at the beginning of a sentence). Starts on lunes/Monday not Sunday!

6 Now its your turn! Answer the following questions in complete sentences. ¿Qué día es hoy? ¿Qué día es mañana?


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