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Quinn Brown A3 POBRE ANA CHAPTER 3
Tiene cocina y dos domitorios. (Spanish) Has a kitchen and 2 bedrooms. (English) 1 ST SENTENCE
Sara y Elsa también acompaña a Ana al aeropuerto. (Spanish) Sara and Elsa also accompany Ana to the airport. (English) 2 ND SENTENCE
Los dos hijos duermen en la sala. (Spanish) The 2 sons sleep in the room. (English) 3 RD SENTENCE
Por favor, repite. (Spanish) Please, repeat. (English) 4 TH SENTENCE
Bienvenida a nuestra casa. (Spanish) Welcome to our house. (English) 5 TH SENTENCE
La casa aqui tiene sala. (Spanish) The house has a living room. (English) 6 TH SENTENCE
Escucha pero no comprende. (Spanish) Listen but do not understand. (English) 7 TH SENTENCE
Mi casa es tu casa. (Spanish) My house is your house. (English) 8 TH SENTENCE
¿Tienes noivo? (Spanish) You have a boyfriend? (English) 9 TH SENTENCE
El agua no esta fría y no esta nada caliente. (Spanish) The water is not cold and is not hot. (English) 10 TH SENTENCE
By: Jordan James. m ἀ s Jos ἐ le habla m ἀ s a Ana pero Ana no le comprende. more Jose speaks more to Ana but Ana does not understand him.
Jennifer Emig B1. --no. Solo de septiembre hasta junio. --no. Only September to June.
1 By Rebecca Emberley Mi Casa Esta es mi casa. This is my house.
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.
Write the title in your book! WALT: to learn the rooms in the house WILF: to be able to list at least 3 different rooms in the house (Level 2) WILF:
Possessive adjectives mi (s)my tu(s) your (informal) su(s)his/her/your (formal) (plural or singular) their nuestro(a)(s) our vuestro(a)(s) your (plural)
SER vs. ESTAR (¿Quién ganará?) Ser = to be Estar = to be.
Alrededor la casa Around the house Cocina/ kitchen La comedor/ the dining room Sala/ living room Sotano/basement Dormitorio/bedroom Bano/bathroom Armario/closet.
¡Mi casa es su casa!. These are my books. Those are yours. I saw their car in the garage. Have you seen ours? I ate my cookie yesterday. Did George eat.
Possessive Adjectives Expressing Possession. Possessive Adjectives Possessive adjectives are used to indicate that something belongs to someone or to.
Español 1 lunes el 23 de marzo Daily Warm Up (get new sheet) PRUEBA DE VOCABULARIO 5.1 (QUIZ 5.1) Correct Posesivos worksheet Tarea (HW): BRING BOOK EVERYDAY!!
Your teacher wants to tell you something in person. What does she tell you? Ven aquí.
“Mi Casa” Directions: 1.)For each slide insert a picture(s) to describe your house 2.) Describe at least five things you have in each one and explain where.
Bell Work 9/3 Fill in the blank with a correct vocabulary word: 1.El carro y las bicicletas están en ________. 2.Almorzamos en ________. 3.Preparamos la.
Vocabulario - Repaso - Capítulo 1 La Escuela y Los Amigos.
What do you say when Someone says “thank you”? De nada.
Gender, possessive adjectives, relatives and plural.
Pero and Sino p Chapter 7 Realidades 3. Pero and Sino The word pero is usually the equivalent of the English conjunction but. However, there is.
Chapter 2 Test (tomorrow) Part I listening (30 points) A. Know weather B. Know vocab. from chapter (pg. 53) Part II Reading (26 points) C. La ciudad vocab.
Page 232 Realidades 1 Possessive Adjectives Showing Possession In Spanish there are NO apostrophes. You cannot say, for example, Jorge’s dog, (using.
El Enfoque: martes, el 26 de enero 1. No talking 2. Sit in your assigned seat 3. Put everything under your desk 4. Read Handout (Welcome!) We will begin.
Medical Spanish for Healthcare Providers© LEVEL ONE All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by photostat, microfilm, xerography,
Possessive Adjectives Showing Possession In Spanish there are NO apostrophes. You cannot say, for example, Jorge’s dog, (using an apostrophe)
Copyright © 2014 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Spanish has two types of possessive adjectives: the unstressed (short) forms you learned.
En la clase de español… These digital flashcards are to help you practice the important phrases and expressions that we will use daily in our Spanish class.
Possessive Pronouns Clyne Possessive Pronouns Since you’ve already learned the possessive adjectives, you already (mostly) know the possessive pronouns.
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”,
Page 88 Realidades 2 Possessive Adjectives Showing Possession In Spanish there are NO apostrophes. You cannot say, for example, Jorges dog, (using an.
Spanish Vocab 1 Study Guide This version is asking the students to say a Spanish word in English.
Do Now: Take out the work from last class to be checked & Translate the following phrases. 1. our calculator 2. his desk 3. her pencil 4. their computer.
SURVIVAL KIT At the partners home: expressing basic needs En casa del compañero: Expresar necesidades básicas Raúl Carrillo Ruiz César Morago.
Jeopardy Hosted By: Señora King Jeopardy Vocabulario DormirPoder Comparisons Pot Luck Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
¿SER o ESTAR? “ To be” or not “to be”… Two ways “to be”
Long-Form Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns (Los adjetivos y pronombres posesivos de forma larga) ¡Este premio es mío! ¡No, no es tuyo! ¡Es mío!
Es el martes, el 3 de septiembre del Para empezar: Traduce las siguientes mandatos. 1.Eat!4. Sleep! 2.No running!5. No throwing! 3.Study it!6. Pass.
Bellwork #1 (new set): el 25 de marzo Translate the following sentences into Spanish. Just write your Spanish sentence down. 1.I have blue eyes. 2. My.
Essential ?s: How do I say ‘it’ and ‘them’ in Spanish, and how do I refer to people who get things?
Do Now Translate the following phrases. 1. our calculator 2. his desk 3. her pencil 4. their computer 5. my book 6. your notebook 7. his backpack 8. my.
To indicate possession (that someone owns something) or a relationship in Spanish, the word “de” is used in the following formula: El amigo de Jorge.
Topic: Possessive adjectives Essential question: How do I express to whom things belong.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire $1 Million $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $64,000 $32,000 $16,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic CommandsPrepositionsDir. Obj. Pro.ChoresMezcla Final Jeopardy.
3.2 Possessive Adjectives ANTE TODO Possessive adjectives, like descriptive adjectives, are words that are used to qualify people, places, or things.
Possessive Adjectives Adjectives DESCRIBE nouns, correct? Well, they can also show possession.
I. Comparatives come in three varieties: Superiority más... (que) more... than or ____er than Inferiority menos... (que) less/fewer... than Equality tan...
Verbos de estar, ser y “hay” Español 1B. Instrucciones: Complete the following using as much detail as possible. 1. What does the verb Estar mean? 2.
An interrogative word is a word you use to ask a question. An interrogative sentence is a question. Pregunta is the Spanish word for question.
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