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Lição Número Três Introductions/Short Conversations Continued, Weather, and Numbers 1-20
Review of Vocab (Lesson 1 and 2)
You are …
This person is …
This dancer performs …
This child is…
This girl is…
This person is ______ the baby.
These two people are ….
He plays in this tournament…
You are …
Meu Vs. Minha Meu is used when the following word is masculine. Minha is used when the following word is feminine. When talking a mixed gender group of people, remember that the MASCULINE form is always used. Ex. You would say Meus primos when talking about your cousins in general instead of saying Minhas primas.
Oi! O meu nome é ______________________. Como é o seu nome? What is your name? A Review
Where are you from? De onde voce é? R: Sou do ________________. Sou ______________.
How are you doing? How are you doing? Tudo bem? R. Estou bem e voce? Como vai? R. Vo indo. Como voce esta? R. Estou Bem (I am well) Mais ou Menos (I am okay) Estou Mal (I am not well ) Estou Feliz (I am happy) Estou Triste (I am sad) Estou Surpreendida (I am surprised)
Prazer em conhecê-lo OR Prazer em conhecê-la (In Brazil you could just said Prazer) R. Prazer ei todo meu. Pleasure to Meet you (Masculine and Feminine). LO vs. LA ending. Being Polite
The Weather (Tempo) When talking about the weather, in Portuguese you use the verb Fazer (Use Fazer when talking about wind sun or storms Hoje faz _____________.
Vento (wind) Sol (Sunny)
Use the verb estar when talking about the following weather patterns and temperature. Hoje esta ____________.
Nublado (Cloudy) Chuvoso (Rainy)
When Talking About Temperature Calor (Hot) Frio (Calor) Bom (Comfortable/Good) Humido (Humid)
A short video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV7-V3Jklf8
Viver ( ER Endings) Eu Vivo (er- - > o) I live Tu Vives (er- - > es) you live El/Ella Vive (er - - e) he/she lives Nos Vivemos (er - -> emos) we live Elles/Ellas Vivem (er- - ->em) they live
List of Er Verbs Comer (to eat) Beber (to drink) Perder (to lose) Querer (to want) Valer (to value) Responder (to respond) Entender (to understand) Escrever (to write)
Numbers 1-10 Zero - zero - (zeh-roo) One - um (Two - dois (m) / duas (f) - (doysh) or (doo-ash) Three - três - (traysh) four - quatro - (kwah-troo) five - cinco - (seen-koo) six - seis - (saysh) seven - sete - (seh-chee) eight - oito - (oy-too) nine - nove - (noh-vee) ten - dez - (dehsh)
For Next Lesson… We will be going over some irregular verbs (ER and IR verbs). We will also continue to practice our numbers before doing the shopping unit. Please practice your numbers, I will be assessing them next week.