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Spanish Scenes Mrs. Gover and Mrs. Roney’s First Grade Classes Toliver Elementary Let’s Practice Spanish “Practiquemos espaňol”
Flowers need water. The red flowers are pretty. The tall shovel Next Picture The big wheelbarrow
Back Las flores necesitan agua. Flowers need water.
Back Las flores rojas son bonitas. The red flowers are pretty.
The big wheelbarrow. La carretilla grande. Back
La pala alta The tall shovel
This is a menu. I am hungry. I love spicy salsa! A cup Next Picture
Tengo hambreI am hungry Back
Esto es un menu This is a menu. Back
El vaso A cup Back
Me encanta la salsa picante! I love the spicy salsa! Back
I love to read books! Yellow diamond Good morning! Today is Tuesday. Brown crayon Next Picture
Good morning! Today is Tuesday. Buenos dias! Hoy es Martes. Back
I love to read books! Me gusta leer libros! Back
Yellow diamond Rombo amarillo Back
Brown crayonCrayon marron Back
Throw the ball to me! Let’s play ball! The basketball Green uniform Next Picture
Let’s play ball! Juguemos a la pelota! Back
Throw the ball to me! Lanzame la pelota! Back
The basketball El baloncesto Back
Green uniform Uniform verde Back
The backpack My dress is blue. White sweater My skirt is white and my shirt is blue. Next Picture
My dress is blue. Mi vestido es azul. Back
The backpack Mochila Back
My skirt is white and my shirt is blue. Mi falda es blanca y mi camisa es azul. Back
White sweater El jersey blanco Back
Emma Hannah Caroline Jaden ZacharyKJ Brianna Carly DeAndre’ Back to Opening Slide Practiquemos espaňol Toliver STLP Team
Using Adjectives to Describe: Gender Agreement This information can be found on page 59 of your book.
Los Colores The Colors 1. ¿ Cuál color es tu favorito ? What is your favorite color ? -Mi color favorito es (azul). - My favorite color is (blue).
What are the 4 ways to say the in Spanish? Masculino singular Masculino plural Femenino singular Femenino plural un (a) unos (some) una (a) unas (some)
¿De qué color son…? Mosaicos, pp. 64, 91. Malena After learning the colors, Malena and Anne will talk about all the colors they saw during Antóns party.
Adjetivos. Descriptive adjectives describe people, places or things. Descriptive adjectives describe people, places or things. Adjectives must agree in.
Clothes. La ropa Blouse La blusa Skirt La falda.
SINGULAR PLURAL MASC. FEM. SINGULAR PLURAL MASC. FEM. DEFINITE ARTICLES INDEFINITE ARTICLES.
#10 LA FECHA ES JUEVES EL 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE. objetivos Aprender los colores. Aprender los paises que hablan español y los capitals de Sur América. Learn.
Look at what we can read!. by brown four give long many.
El Acuerdo Agreement Nouns, Articles, and Adjectives.
Los adjetivos Agreement and Position. Agreement of adjectives: Remember, you have already learned that an adjective must agree with the noun/word it is.
Unit 3 Is this your skirt? Is this your skirt? PEP Lesson 1.
GÉNERO Y NÚMERO repaso. GÉNERO Spanish nouns have gender and number (singular and plural). Some Spanish nouns end in o, which typically means the word.
Direct Object Pronouns In Spanish El Complemento Directo.
rainbow redyellow greenblack purplepinkwhite brown blue What colour is it?
Adjective/Noun Agreement It all has to match!. Number and Gender Adjectives are words which describe nouns or pronouns. In Spanish, all adjectives must.
Introduction: Direct object pronouns 1.I want to buy the white blouse. Yo quiero comprar la blusa blanca. I want to buy it. La quiero comprar.
Adjectives that are descriptive usually follow the noun they describe. El libro pequeño La faldas bonita los chico altos las chica alta.
Adjective + Noun Agreement. What are adjectives? How are they different in Spanish? Why is a nouns gender and number so important?
Los adjetivos posesivos (and using de to show possession) Possessive adjectives must agree with the word/noun being possessed, NOT the possessor!
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)
Ff faro El faro nos da luz. The lighthouse gives us light. Ff.
?Que ropa te gusta llevar a la escuela? What clothes do you like to wear to school? I like to wear _______________. Me gusta llevar ______________.
1 Los adjetivos en español Los adjetivos en español Spanish Two ch.1.
Apuntes el 7 de marzo La posición de los adjetivos In Spanish, adjectives usually come after the noun they describe. Ejemplos Me encanta tu vestido rojo.
Possessive Adjectives!. You have already learned one way to say that something belongs to someone. What is the little word we use?
Mi Día By Rebecca Emberley Me levanto en la mañana.
1 Possessive Adjectives Spanish One ch.5A 2 Los adjetivos: Adjectives: Words that modify nouns En español, most adjectives have either two or four forms.
Direct Object Pronouns Direct Objects Dissect the sentences! I want that skirt. I bought some shoes. What is the subject, the verb, the direct object?
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