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+ HAGA AHORA EL 18 DE AGOSTO Get out your flashcards for me to check! 1. Go to Canvas. 2. Click on “Assignments” 3. Complete the “Days of the Week & Months of the Year” quiz. 4. Write your score on your Haga Ahora sheet (Day 3). YOU HAVE 2 CHANCES!

+ HAGA AHORA 16 DE AGOSTO Get out your flashcards for me to check, and then copy ALL of this in HAGA AHORA DAY 3. In Spanish, the date is said by the following phrase: el (number) de (month) For example, today’s date is said: “el quince de agosto” Write the date for the following holidays: 1) Christmas, 2) Independence Day, 3) Halloween, 4) April Fool’s Day, 5) New Year’s Day, and 6) your birthday.

+ ¡PIZARRAS!

+ ¡PREPARATE PARA LA PRUEBA! 1. Pencil 2. Clean desk 3. Backpack zipped. 4. NO PHONES.

+ Los Números 0 – 100 en Español

If you can count from 1-10 in Spanish, you can count to 100! Try counting from 1 to 10...just click on any number to see if you are correct!

+ The numbers 11-14 are similar to their counterparts 1-4. Look and see if you notice a pattern: 1 = uno once = 11 2 = dosdoce = 12 3 = trestrece = 13 4 = cuatrocatorce = 14 5 = cinco quince = 15 Notice how 11, 12, 13, & 14 are similar to 1,2,3,& 4. That leaves 15, which becomes quince. Can you see the similarities?

+ The numbers 16-19 are simply the number 10 combined with its counterpart 6,7,8,and 9 in Spanish. Do you see the pattern? 16 dieciséis diecisiete dieciocho diecinueve 17 18 19 Notice that when combining diez with another number, the letter “z” changes to a “c” and is followed by the letter “i” (which really replaces the “y” and translates to “and”, as in diez y seis, etc.). Do you notice the pattern?

+ GIVE IT A TRY… Click on the word that corresponds to its number: 12 once trece quince doce 15 diecicinco cinco quince catorce 18 ocho dieciocho catorcediecisiete

+ Now let’s try 20 – 29… The number 20 is veinte in Spanish. To count to 29, just add the number 1 (uno), 2 (dos), etc., to the prefix vienti- 21 veintidós 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 veintiuno veintitrés veinticuatro veinticinco veintiseis veintisiete veintiocho veintinueve Do you notice the pattern? Remember that the letter “i” represents the “y” or “and” as in veinte y uno. Now, the numbers from 30 and higher follow this same pattern. Are you ready to continue?

+ First, give the twenties a try… 24 veinte veintiunoveinticuatro veinte y cuatro 26 veinte veinte y seis veinticinco veintiseis 29 veinte y nueve veintinueve veintiocho veintidós

+ Now, Let’s try the 30s… From here on out it is helpful to know that -nta (as in treinta) translates to -ty (as in thirty). Therefore, as tres is to three, treinta is to thirty. Likewise, as cuatro is to four, cuarenta is to fourty. Do you see the pattern? Can you guess what fifty would be?

+cincuenta and 60………. sesent a and 70… setenta and 80… ochenta and 90… noventa

+ Now you only need to add the numbers 1 (uno), 2 (dos), 3 (tres), etc. with the letter “y” (and) to the numbers 30 (treinta), 40, (cuarenta), etc. Do you see the pattern? 30’s = treinta y uno, treinta y dos, treinta y tres, etc…. 40’s = cuarenta y uno, cuarenta y dos, cuarenta y tres etc.… 50’s = cincuenta y uno, cincuenta y dos, cincuenta y tres. etc… 60’s = sesenta y uno, sesenta y dos, sesenta y tres, etc… 70’s = setenta y uno, setenta y dos, setenta y tres, etc… 80’s = ochenta y uno, ochenta y dos, ochenta y tres, etc… 90’s = noventa y uno, noventa y dos, noventa y tres…

+ Now, you give it a try… 32 tres y dostreinta y dostreinta y trestreinta 48 cuarentacuatro y ochocuarenta y ocho cuarenta y dos 55 quincecincuenta y cinco cinco y cinco cincuenta 64 sesentasies y cuatrosesenta y cuatro sesenta y dos 78 setenta y ochosetenta y tresseiete y ochosetenta y cuatro 83 ocho y tresochenta y tresochenta y cincoochenta y sies 97 noventa y siete noventa noventa y sies nueve y siete How did you do? If you are feeling confident, take the quiz that proceeds. If you missed more than one on this quiz or would like a refresher course, return to the previous pages to review.

Can you guess the following numbers? (Just click on a number to see if you are correct)

+ ACTIVIDAD CON TARJETAS Each pair will receive a deck of cards. Students will split the cards into two equal piles. Each student will flip a card over. Students will race to say the sum of the numbers when added together. Jack = 11 Queen = 12 King = 13 Ace = 14

+ Dinero del Mundo Hispanohablante You and your partner will receive a coin/bill from a foreign country. You must convert the amount of money to several currencies from different Spanish- speaking countries. Write the conversion in numerals AND in written words (Spanish). You may use the website www.xe.com/currencyconverter/ www.xe.com/currencyconverter/

+ ¡PONGA! On your ponga sheet, write in each box a numeral, 1-100. IF you want to, you may write the SPANISH word for the number under it to help you remember. I will call out the Spanish number. When you hear one from your paper, put a “frijole” on the box.

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+ ¿Ten emos Tarea ? ¡Sí! On Canvas, complete the “Numbers Quiz” in the Assignment section.

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