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Jeopardy 1. Nouns and Adjectives 2. Birthdates 4. Age 5. Likes and Dislikes Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy 3. Places of Origin
$100 Question from #1 Red shoes
$100 Answer from #1 Zapatos rojos
$200 Question from #1 Black t-shirt
$200 Answer from #1 Camiseta negra
$300 Question from #1 Purple books
$300 Answer from #1 Libros morados
$400 Question from #1 Long hair
$400 Answer from #1 Pelo largo
$500 Question from #1 Boring teacher
$500 Answer from #1 Maestro aburrido Or Maestra aburrida
$100 Question from #2 January 2
$100 Answer from #2 El dos de enero
$200 Question from #2 May 5
$200 Answer from #2 El cinco de mayo
$300 Question from #2 March 11
$300 Answer from #2 El once de marzo
$400 Question from #2 September 16
$400 Answer from #2 El dieciséis de septiembre
$500 Question from #2 November 26
$500 Answer from #2 El veintiséis de noviembre
$100 Question from #3 She’s from Mexico.
$100 Answer from #3 Ella es de México.
$200 Question from #3 The boys are from France.
$200 Answer from #3 Los chicos son de Francia.
$300 Question from #3 My mother is from Canada.
$300 Answer from #3 Mi madre es de Canadá.
$400 Question from #3 The doctor is from England.
$400 Answer from #3 El doctor es de la Inglaterra.
$500 Question from #3 We are from the United States.
$500 Answer from #3 Somos de los Estados Unidos.
$100 Question from #4 She is 14 years old.
$100 Answer from #4 Ella tiene catorce años.
$200 Question from #4 The father is 35 years old.
$200 Answer from #4 El padre tiene treinta y cinco años.
$300 Question from #4 My sister is 23 years old.
$300 Answer from #4 Mi hermana tiene veintitrés años.
$400 Question from #4 His brother is 15 years old.
$400 Answer from #4 Su hermano tiene quince años.
$500 Question from #4 Our parents are 40 years old.
$500 Answer from #4 Nuestros padres tienen cuarenta años.
$100 Question from #5 I like to eat.
$100 Answer from #5 Me gusta comer.
$200 Question from #5 She likes to read.
$200 Answer from #5 Le gusta leer.
$300 Question from #5 They like to play soccer.
$300 Answer from #5 Les gusta jugar a fútbol.
$400 Question from #5 We like to swim at the beach.
$400 Answer from #5 Nos gusta nadar a la playa.
$500 Question from #5 Do you (fam.) like to sing?
$500 Answer from #5 ¿Te gusta cantar?
Final Jeopardy Say in Spanish: The girl is pretty and she likes to dance. She is blonde and tall. She’s from Bolivia and she’s 25 years old. Her birthday is December 18.
Final Jeopardy Answer La chica es bonita y le gusta bailar. Es rubia y alta. Es de Bolivia y tiene veinticinco años. Su cumpleanos es el dieciocho de diciembre.
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Jeopardy Game for [Enter Name of Subject] $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300.
Los adjetivos posesivos (and using de to show possession) Possessive adjectives must agree with the word/noun being possessed, NOT the possessor!
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Comparisons Sentences of equality or inequality. In all the comparison phrases, the adjective, adverb or noun goes between the words. (If it is an adjective,
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El Verbo “GUSTAR” En español gustar significa “to be pleasing” In English, the equivalent is “to like”
Adjectives DESCRIBE a noun. (a person, place, thing)
Gustar Verbo Gustar Verbo gustar Again, the verbs gustar, encantar, etc. are used exclusively with indirect object pronouns me te lele nos.
Jeopardy Gustar 1 Gustar y verbos AdjetivosPreguntas Etc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Los adjetivos posesivos Whats the POINT? What is the ESSENTIAL QUESTION? How do I correctly express possession in Spanish using possessive adjectives (words.
Paginas 80 y 82. What does it look like? Expressing possession means you are saying what belongs to a person In Spanish you will use the preposition “de”,
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E L V ERBO G USTAR To Like ( to be pleasing to). T O SAY I LIKE U SE : A mí m e gusta A mí me gusta ir al parque.
GUSTAR Saying what someone likes. GUSTAR A VERB is an ACTION WORD. GUSTAR is used to say when something is pleasing to someone. But to simplify this,
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Bell Work Hoy es miércoles el once de diciembre Write the sentences below in Spanish. 1.They like to play guitar. 2.She likes to run. 3.I like to sing.
(To Like). Use gustar to talk about the things you like to do. Ejemplo: I like to read We like to run.
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