Presentation on theme: "Beginning Language Level 1 (A). I can understand what people say in a short conversation about family members. I can understand basic descriptions."— Presentation transcript:
I can understand what people say in a short conversation about family members. I can understand basic descriptions of family members. I can understand personal e-mails, notes and other short reading about family. I can ask and tell what my family member look like and their personality. I can ask and tell what members of my family like to do and why. I can describe my family. I can talk about what members of my family like and don’t like and they do in their free time. I can describe my family using photographs, etc.
1. Gender / Number agreement 2. Possessive Adjectives 3. ESTAR + Prepositions 4. TENER QUE and HAY QUE 5. IR + A + Infinitive
An adjective is a word that describes a noun. Good = bueno Spanish adjectives generally follow the nouns that they modify. El coche rojo. Most nouns that end in “O” are masculine and most nouns that end in “A” are feminine. GENDER NUMBER Spanish adjectives must agree in GENDER and in NUMBER with the nouns they modify. Most adjectives can be spelled 4 different ways in Spanish: buenosbuenas Bueno Bueno, buena, buenos, buenas. Some adjectives that end in “E” can only be made plural by adding an “S”. No gender change.