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Announcements Wednesday, we will be working in the computer lab; report to Lab 2 when the bell rings, dont come here first. Because I am not here today, we will have the vocabulary quiz on Friday. There will be some grammar on the quiz; I will explain more on Wednesday. Second Notebook Check will be on Tuesday, September 21, If you would like to improve your first notebook check grade, come see me in tutorials. Your Dream Vacation Mini-Project will be considered late (maximum grade of 70) after today at the beginning of class.
Family Album Checkpoint I will be checking for the following on Wednesday: – Sentences with Ser + Adjectives – Sentences using gustar – Sentences using regular verbs – Sentences with stem-changing verbs You will turn in your family album organizer at the beginning of the class period, I will check it and return it to you with feedback at the end of the class period. You will have some time to work on your sentences today.
Notes Set up page 30 for notes You will copy a small amount of notes today to help you with your homework. We will go over the notes when I get back. TITLE: Verbs with Irregular Yo Forms If you do not have enough space on P.30, tape in a sheet of paper.
Verbs with Irregular Yo Forms Some verbs follow the same rules as regular verbs in all forms but the yo form. You must memorize which verbs these are and what the irregular yo form is; follow regular conjugation rules for all other forms.
Verbs with Irregular Yo Forms salir (to go out) salgosalimos salesX salesalen hacer (to do, to make) hagohacemos hacesX hacehacen poner (to put) pongoponemos ponesX poneponen saber (to know information) sésabemos sabesX sabesaben traer (to bring) traigotraemos traesX traetraen ver (to watch/to see) veovemos vesX veven
Verbs with Irregular Yo Forms Some verbs have irregular yo forms and are also irregular in other ways. Tener, venir, and decir are also stem-changers: venir (to come) e ie vengovenimos vienesX vienevienen tener (to have) e ie tengotenemos tienesX tienetienen decir (to say/to tell) e i digodecimos dicesX dicedicen
Video Today you will watch a video about los Mexicas, a group of people who lived in Mexico before and during the Spanish conquest. While you watch the video, complete the worksheet; the questions are in order as they come in the video.
Family Album Project With remaining class time, work on and check the grammar of your sentences for your family album project or begin on your homework Tarea On p. 27, do the following activities from your textbook: – P.13, activity #11 – P. 15, activity #14 Label each activity Copy down the sentences and underline the correct verb form that goes in the blank.