2Introducción:¿Adonde vas para encontrar la traduccion de una palabra? (Where do you go to find the translation of a word?)¿Google translate????? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
3¿Que pasa si usas google translate? Frase original: The dog’s back hurts.-Google translate dice (says): La espalda del perro dueleINCORRECTO
4Vamos a usar wordreference.com This site is the best WORD (meaning not phrases) translator ever. The following slides teach you how to use it in 4 steps or ‘pasos’
7Paso 3: Look to see what kind of word it is (part of speech)
8Parts of Speech: Ingles Definición Español Noun Person, Place, or ThingSustantivoVerbActionVerboAdjectiveA word that describes a nounAdjetivoAdverbA word that describes a verbAdverbio
9Hay diferentes usos del ‘back’. My back hurts (human back)My dog likes when you scratch its back.I need to back up my car.Don’t talk back to me.I’ll call you backThe boy in the back of the roomI’m going back home*All of this ‘backs’ are different in Spanish
10Paso 4: Choose the best definition Correct word for back: in this case, the animal’s back is: lomo, NOT espalda (a human’s back)
11¿Que representa el simbolo ~???? Sometimes when you look for a word, you’ll see ~ in their definitions.The ~ symbol takes place of the actual word.Por ejemplo: back“My dog’s ~ means: My dog’s back.