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Capítulo 6A En mi dormitorio Bell Dinger el 8 de septiembre Identify the vocabulary words on the following slide. (1-10) Have la tarea out from yesterday.

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2 Capítulo 6A En mi dormitorio

3 Bell Dinger el 8 de septiembre Identify the vocabulary words on the following slide. (1-10) Have la tarea out from yesterday to be checked. (GPA worksheet)

4 1

5 2

6 3

7 4

8 5 YELLOW

9 6 RED

10 7 BROWN

11 8 PINK

12 9 GREEN

13 10 ORANGE

14 1 el dormitorio

15 2 el disco compacto

16 3 la videocasetera

17 4 el lector DVD

18 5 YELLOW amarillo

19 6 RED rojo

20 7 BROWN marrón (café)

21 8 PINK rosado

22 9 GREEN verde

23 10 ORANGE anaranjado

24 La tarea Check both sides of yesterdays worksheet.

25 Making Comparisons Video 1 Video 2

26 Más practica Make comparisons with the information on the following slides.

27 1. Bob James más / alto Write these statements in last Fridays bell dinger column.

28 2. menos / alto Bob James

29 3. más / alto

30 4. menosmenos / alto

31 5. mayor Walter Sr. McGrath

32 6. menor Walter Sr. McGrath

33 Comparisons Using either más + adj. + que or menos + adj. + que write in which you compare different types of music. Using either más + adj. + que or menos + adj. + que write five sentences in which you compare different types of music. Los blues La música reggae La música clásica La música folklórica La música hip-hop La música rap El jazz La música rock La salsa aburrido bonito divertido feo importante interesante popular serio triste

34 más + adj. + quemenos + adj. + que más + adj. + quemenos + adj. + que mejor quepeor que mayor quemenor que aburrido bonito divertido feo importante interesante popular serio triste

35 Making Comparisons Certain adjectives/adverbs have their own comparative forms: adjective/adverbits comparative form bueno, -a (good) mejor (que) (better than) bien (well) mejor (que) (better than) malo, -a (bad) peor (que) (worse than) mal (badly) peor (que) (worse than) viejo, -a (old) mayor (que) (older than) joven (young) menor (que) (younger than)

36 Making Comparisons Certain adjectives/adverbs have their own comparitive forms: adjective/adverbits comparative form bueno, -a (good) mejor (que) (better than) bien (well) mejor (que) (better than) malo, -a (bad) peor (que) (worse than) mal (badly) peor (que) (worse than) viejo, -a (old) mayor (que) (older than) joven (young) menor (que) (younger than) NOTE: When these comparative words are plural, they add –es: mejores peores mayores menores

37 NOTES Making Comparisons Nombre______________________ Fecha____________ You have learned to use ______________ to compare two things. EJEMPLO: English class is more interesting than math class. You can use _________________ to compare two things. It means _______________. EJEMPLO: English class is more interesting than math class. Shakiras music is less popular than Juaness music. Certain adjectives/adverbs have their own ______________ forms: adjective/adverbits comparative form ___________________ (good) ___________________ (better than) ___________________ (well) ___________________ (better than) ___________________ (bad) ___________________ (worse than) ___________________ (badly) ___________________ (worse than) ___________________ (old) ___________________ (older than) ___________________ (young) ___________________ (younger than) NOTE: When these comparative words are plural, they add –es: ___________

38 Audio Act. 6 LISTEN On the sheet you received last week, listen to audio activity six and complete as directed.


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