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LT-2: I can talk about whom I know. LT-3: I can talk about what I know. Conocer vs. Saber
LT-2: I can talk about whom I know. (and what places) I conjugate the verb conocer using regular –er endings and –zco in the yo form.
LT-3: I can talk about what I know. I conjugate saber with regular –er endings, but use “sé” in the yo form.
Saber…talk about what you know EX. I know the answer (respuesta). Sé la respuesta. EX. Do you know what time it is? ¿Sabes qué hora es?
I use saber + the infinitive to say I know how to do something. Ex. Samuel knows how to skate really well. Samuel sabe jugar muy bien. Ex. I don’t know how to play soccer. No sé jugar al fútbol.
Saber or Conocer? We know the answers. Do you know how much it costs? They know David from school. Does she know what time it is? She knows Justin Beiver. We want to meet the football player!
SABER To know information / how to do something. SABER = to know SABER is another verb that has an irregular YO form. Use SABER to talk about information.
The Difference Between Saber and Conocer ‘To Know’
Saber & Conocer. SABER & CONOCER -Both saber and conocer mean “to know” -However, they are used in different contexts…
“saber” or “conocer” In Spanish, there are two verbs that express the idea "to know." These two verbs are "saber" and "conocer." The verb you choose depends.
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Feel free to take notes. In English, there is one verb that means to know. It can be used to refer to facts or information, to a person, or place,
Un diagnóstico Both verbs translate into English as… …“to know”
Saber y conocer. What do both verbs mean? to know ** *BUT, saber & conocer have specific uses.
SHOWDOWN! Saber vs. Conocer. Both verbs mean “to know” We use them in different situations. Let’s look at their verb charts first so we know how to conjugate…
Direct Object and Direct Object Pronouns. What is a Direct Object? A direct object is a thing or person getting the action of a verb. * Usually answers.
Vocabulary. To talk about leisure activities 1. El baile Dance 2. El concierto Concert 3. La fiesta Party 4. El partido Game, match 5. Ir + a + infinitive.
Saber y conocer. What do both verbs mean? to know ** ** like ser & estar, saber & conocer have specific uses.
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El verbo venir The verb venir means to come…. The verb venir is a special kind of verb because it is irregular ! What is an irregular verb? An irregular.
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Saber y Conocer What do you know?. I know how to write. I know my neighbor. I know Chinese history. I know Arabic. I met the president of Guatemala.
Capítulo 4.2 Gramáticas. Do you remember that the Ir is irregular verb? Yes, because it doesn’t follow a clear pattern.
Page 43 Realidades 2 The Verb IR REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
The Verb IR + A + Infinitive REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Capitulo 4B Español 1. To Talk about Leisure activities El baile – dance El concierto – concert La fiesta – party El partido – game/match.
REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
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Saber y Conocer To know. Conjugations Conocer Yo conozcoNosotros/as conocemos Tú conocesUstedes UstedEllos / Ellas conocen Él / Ella conoce Saber Yo séNosotros/as.
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SABER vs CONOCER To know or to know?. SABER Is used in Spanish for knowing facts, information, and skills. Tú sabes la capital de Venezuela. Ellos no.
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To come… The Verb IR REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Gustar with Infinitives. An infinitive tells the meaning of the verb without naming any subject or tense. In English, the infinitive is to + action ▫To.
Page 180 Realidades 1 The Verb IR REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
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Copyright © 2012 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Spanish has two verbs that mean to know: saber and conocer. They cannot be used interchangeably.
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Intro Slide In this slide include: ____ A greeting and introduction _____What you do after school or in what extracurricular activity you participate.
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Direct object pronouns The object that directly receives the action of the verb is called the direct object. The direct object answers the question "what?"
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Hay que… & Se prohíbe…. Hay que… You use “hay que” to say one must or should do something. A way to give general advice to someone. What do you notice.
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