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Chapter 6 Test Review
Listening C BA D
Match the following 1.___AbuelaA. Uncle 2.___hermano B. grandma 3.___primaC. cousin 4.____ TíoD. Brother 5.____ mayorE. older
Describe 1 boy and 1 girl in the room. Give their age and 2 physical descriptions but not their name. Begin with Esta persona…
Reading La madre de tu tía es tu…. A.AbuelaB. Hermana C. TíaD. Prima
Reading La hija de tu tía es tu…. A.AbuelaB. Hermana C. TíaD. Prima
Reading La hija de tu madre es tu…. A.AbuelaB. Hermana C. TíaD. Prima
Culture: Are godparents considered part of the family?
Culture: How long does the godparent/ god child relationship last?
Culture: What are they supposed to offer their god children?
Culture: Who used the terms mami, papi, abuelito, abuelita?
Culture: What are tamales? Why are they important in Mexican-American families?
Writing Write a note to a friend telling them 3 things that they should do to help out at home.
Family members and Possessive Adjectives
Cambridge Tests Useful Vocabulary FAMILY & FRIENDS Starters 1st Term.
Spanish 1A Period:. directions To type, click in textboxes and put cursor just before the period in the box. In each box, write complete sentences in.
CLICK HERE TO START THE GAME Family Tree Familia Árbol.
Hosted By Sra. Kelman La familia Singular possessive adjectives Plural possessive adjectives Giving dates
Capítulo 5A Español 1. To talk about family members Los abuelos – grandparents El abuelo – grandfather La abuela – grandmother.
Capítulo 5. mi abuela mi abuela my grandmother mi abuelo mi abuelo.
Mi Familia LO: To know how to say the members of my family. Martes, 20 th de marzo 2012.
Vocabulario de familia.
Vocabulario Vocabulary. To talk about family members 1. Los abuelos Grandparents 2. El abuelo Grandfather 3. La abuela Grandmother 4. El esposo, la esposa.
FAMILY TREE. FAMILY MEMBERS. GRAND FATHER GRAND FATHER GRAND MOTHER GRAND MOTHER AUNT AUNT UNCLE UNCLE COUSIN COUSIN FATHER FATHER MOTHER MOTHER BROTHER.
La familia la palabra “de” y los adjectivos posesivos.
El novio The boyfriend La novia The girlfriend Los abuelos The grandparents.
La familia / family -a & -o at the end of nouns el tiempo y estaciones, días, meses/ weather & seasons, days, months Vocabulary & Skills for the month.
Unidad 3 Lección 2 El vocabulario. Unidad 3 Lección 2 El vocabulario.
Proyecto: Mi Familia The due date is: Day 3 Tuesday February 14 You will receive an INCOMPLETE until it is turned in. If the project is turned in after.
My grandfather. mi abuelo my grandmother mi abuela.
The Fun and Exciting World of Possessive Adjectives
Making Comparisons in Spanish. Comparatives in English More or –er in English Taller More easily Less in English Less boring Less easily.
Vamos a jugar… Numbered Heads Together. ¿Como se dice? Pedro’s turtles Las tortugas de Pedro.
Hagan Ahora: Copian en tu cuaderno Medio/a hermano/a- half brother/sister Mellizo- twin (fraternal) Gemelo- twin (identical) Hijo/a único/a- only child.
Los adjetivos posesivos Gramática 3.2 – Español 1.
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”,
Mi familia My family. Miembros/members madre padre hermano (a) abuelo (a) tío (a) primo (a) mascota padrastro/madrastra hermanastro (a) mother father.
1.1 Vocab. Relaciones familiares y personales LA FAMILIA.
Family Tree Project and Vocabulary. Family Tree Project Create on a poster board (or another creative way) your family tree. You may design your family.
Monday- Spanish vocab Tuesday – Practice Spanish + introduce project Wednesday – Cause and effect Thursday – next presentation focus + instroduce next.
Chapter 5 Review. Can you ask about people and family relationships? (p. 159) How would you ask a classmate how many people are in his/her family? –¿Cuántas.
Study guide for Quiz#4. Los verbos Comprender- - to understand Dibujar- - To draw Trabajar- - To work Creer- - to believe Caminar- - to walk Romper- -
U3L2 Los Adjetivos Posesivos Use possessive adjectives to express my, your, his, our, their..etc Possessive adjectives must: Agree in number with the.
3.2 Juego de repaso Try to do it without using your notes.
Family Tía Aunt. Family Niñera Babysitter Family Novio Boyfriend.
Possessive Adjectives Possessive Adjectives Adjectives DESCRIBE nouns, correct? Well, they can also show possession.
Period 3 father grandfather mother aunt grandmother.
Possessive Adjectives Here are the possessive adjectives in English: my, your, his, her, our, and their.
¡Vámonos! (Do Now) Look over your vocabulary for 2 minutes in preparation for your quiz. -2 min -Callado e Independiente.
4A: Los lugares y el verbo IR
Los Comparativos (Comparatives)
SEMANA CINCO. Para Empezar Pretend that a new exchange student is in our class today. In your composition book, write down what you would say to her to.
Ways to show possession. Ways to show possession in English By using verbs (to have, to own, to possess) Ex: I have a dress. I own a car. By using the.
Children Aged 5 to <20 Years 2009 NORTH CAROLINA Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System.
Page 162 Possessive Adjectives Spanish 1 Possessive Adjectives Adjectives DESCRIBE nouns, correct? Well, in Spanish they can also show POSSESSION.
Possessive Adjectives Adjetivos Posesivos Showing Possession In Spanish there are NO apostrophes. You cannot say, for example, Jorge’s dog, (using an.
*** 3 MINUTES *** Objective: Vocab/Ideas: Vámonos:
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