Presentation on theme: "Actividad Inicial #1 Set up new starters pages on p.165-166. Translate the following sentences to Spanish. Para mantenerte en forma… 1.Sleep enough. 2.Eat."— Presentation transcript:
Actividad Inicial #1 Set up new starters pages on p Translate the following sentences to Spanish. Para mantenerte en forma… 1.Sleep enough. 2.Eat fruits and vegetables. 3.Lose weight. 4.Do yoga. 5.Run everyday.
Announcements Notebook grade is on p.154 If you did not turn in your notebook last class, turn it in before you leave today.
(to stay in shape) hacer yoga levantar pesas entrenarse mantenerse en forma bajar de peso estirarse subir de peso dormir lo suficiente (to work out) (to lift weights) comer una dieta sana
Commands A command tells a person or group of people what to do or what not to do. An affirmative command tells someone what to do. An informal (or tú) command is used when you – are talking to one person AND – you would normally address him/her with tú 146
Forming commands To form an affirmative tú command: 1.Conjugate the verb in the tú form and 2.Drop the s bailar - to dance Bailas. - You dance. ¡Baila! - Dance! 146 comer - to eat Tú comes. - You eat. ¡Come! - Eat! escribir - to write Escribes. - You write ¡Escribe! - Write!
Irregular affirmative tú commands Venir Decir Salir Hacer Tener Ir Poner Ser 146 Yo, I got ten weapons. Remember: Vin Diesel has ten weapons! ven di sal haz ten ve pon sé (come) (say/tell) (leave) (make) (have) (go) (put) (be)
Commands Practice C. Write commands telling a friend what to do to live a healthy life and stay in shape. Choose 4 of the activities below and write 4 sentences using commands. 163 hacer yoga levantar pesasbajar de peso dormir lo suficiente comer una dieta sana correr hacer ejercicio pasear patinar montar en bicicleta descansar
Commands A command tells a person or group of people what to do or what not to do. An affirmative command tells someone what to do. A negative command tells someone what NOT to do. An informal (or tú) command is used when you – are talking to one person AND – you would normally address him/her with tú 164
Negative tú commands Put no before the verb. Start with the yo form of the verb. 1.Drop the o 2.Add the opposite tú ending: For –ar verbs: add –es For –er and –ir verbs: add -as 164 bailar bailo bail- no bailes (Dont dance!) comer como no comas (Dont eat!) abrir abro no abras (Dont open!)
¡Cuidado! We need to be careful with what types of verbs??? Irregular yo forms Stem Changers 164
Form the negative tú commands poner: pongo pong- ¡No ! hacer: - ¡No ! tener : - ¡No ! dormir : - ¡No ! hablar : - ¡No ! comer : - ¡No ! Yo formdrop -oneg. tú command 164
Review: Irregular Negative Tú Commands These irregulars are different Ser no seas(Dont be!) Ir no vayas(Dont go!) Dar no des(Dont give!) Estar no estés(Dont be!) Saber no sepas (Dont know!*) Think SIDES! 164
Commands Practice Write commands telling a friend what NOT to do to live a healthy life and stay in shape. Choose 4 of the activities below and write 4 sentences using negative commands. 163 subir de peso ver televisión comer mucho/a… (to eat a lot of…) jugar a los videojuegos trabajar demasiado = too much pasar el rato solo/a estudiar fumar dormir muy poco
Complete the commands crossword puzzle and glue it in onp.163
Chapter 8, Vocabulary 1 For this set of vocabulary, you will make your own graphic organizer by hand. 2 pages in length Include all words from vocabulary 1 listed on p.301, as well as the dialogue pieces from p.273 & 275 and colors (p.273). Illustrate any and all words that can be illustrated! Color any illustrations! Try to think of a situation in which the words would look naturallike a clothing store or someones closet. Make this your setting. Include people so the dialogue items are natural. Have the people converse.
Tarea Chapter 8, Vocabulary 1 Graphic Organizer Bring in an article of clothing to donate for extra points! The crazier, the better!