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T ENER + QUE / I R + A Special verb formations
T O HAVE TO DO SOMETHING … Tener + que + infinitive We have to go to the house. Tenemos que ir a la casa. Only addition from english is the ‘que’
T O BE GOING TO DO SOMETHING … Ir + a + infinitive They are going to buy a dog. Van a comprar un perro Only addition from english is the ‘a’
F RASES Are you going to be at the school? I have to cook dinner. She is going to turn 12 years old. We have to sell the apartment. The cats have to eat now.
and useful expressions.
HOW TO USE TWO VERBS IN A SENTENCE VERBOS DOBLES.
Tener Present Tense.
Irregular verbs Present tense. Irregular verbs do not follow the patterns of regular verbs at least all of the time.
Expressions with infinitive. You have already learned that the infinitive of a verb in Spanish ends in -ar, -er, or –ir. The infinitive often follows.
Español III Pre-AP. Grammar Review Presentation Ir + a + Infinitive.
IR + a + Infinitive The Near Future.
Direct Object Pronouns. ¿Qué es un objeto directo? G Receive the action of the verb in the sentence. G Answer the question whom? or what? about the verb.
Infinitives “To Verb”. What are infinitives? Words that are most often used to name actions Verbs in English have different forms depending on who is.
To tell people what they have to do, use: tener + que + infinitive.
to open to rent a video to ride a bike to learn.
Los modismos Los apuntes de clase. Modismos are idiomatic expressions. (A certain pattern that may not have a direct translation to another language)
Direct Object Pronouns
If you are saying that someone does an action, the verb needs to be conjugated. (ending changed to match the subject) example: Yo estudio mucho para los.
HACER AHORA. Traduzcan- translate. 1. Do you have a suitcase? 2.I need some earrings and a bracelet for Prom. 3.The waitress is not nice. 4.What do you.
Verbs with infinitives (2 verb phrases). 2 verb phrases In Spanish, just like English, you DO conjugate the 1 st verb but you DON’T conjugate the 2 nd.
¡Vamos a el Zoo! Señora Walters Leccion Numero 3 El zoo y IR.
If you are saying that someone does an action, the verb needs to be conjugated. (ending changed to match the subject) example: Yo estudio mucho para.
Acabar de, Tener que, Hay que, y Deber
Telling what you have to do and what you are going to do.
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