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300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 100 500 400 300 200 100 400 500 200 500 400 300 100 200 Jeopardy Places and directions EDCBA
¿Cómo puedo llegar…? How can I get to…?
La clínica Clinic
El café Café
El cementerio Cemetery
El monumento Monument
La catedral Cathedral
La autopista Freeway, highway
La fuente Fountain
La fábrica Factory
El semáfaro Traffic light
El puerto Port
La sala de emergencias Emergency room
La pescadería Fish market
El acuario Aquarium
La banca Park bench
Embassy La embajada
Hair salon La peluquería
Office of… La oficina de…
To stop Parar
To ask someone Preguntarle a alguien
To stroll, take a walk Pasearse
Could you tell me…? ¿Me podría decir…?
Fire station La estación de bomberos
Ice cream shop La heladería
Sidewalk La acera
600 400 200 1000 800 600 400 200 1000 800 600 200 1000 800 600 400 200 800 1000 400 1000 800 600 200 400 Jeopardy in the classroom Places and directions ABCDE
Dar una vuelta por To walk/drive around
Sí, claro Yes, of course
Recoger (a alguien) To pick up
Perdón Excuse me.
Disculpe Excuse me.
Doblar To turn
Andar To walk
Bajar To walk down
Bajarse de… To get off of…
Creo que sí I think so
Prohibir To forbid
Seguir adelante/derecho To go straight
subirse To go up, to get on
La parada del metro Subway stop
La zona verde Green belt, park
To get lost Perderse
Grocery store La tienda de comestibles
Pedestrian zone La zona peatonal
Stand El quiosco de…
Are we going the right way? ¿Vamos bien para…?
Road La carretera
Bus stop La parada de autobuses
Bus station La estación de autobuses
Train station La estación de tren
Driver’s license La licencia de conducir
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Prepositions of Movement along through over up down onto off.
Give directions P.5 1 st Term. walk pastwalk past the cafe post office cafe news- stand cafe.
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Review chapter 8 and write the following: 3 things you mastered for the chapter 3 things you think you understood 3 things you must work on Your tests.
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Buildings and places in a city. In a foreign city Excuse me, is there … near here? Excuse me, where is …?
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Permission to go to the office. ¿Permiso para ir a la oficina?
Learning Objective: To understand how to make arrangements to go out in Spanish.
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If your vehicle does break down Pull vehicle as far off the road as possible Remember to signal and slow down with care.
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En Ville! larrêt de bus (m.) bus stop la banquebank la boutiquestore le carrefourintersection le centre-villedowntown léglise (f.)church lendroit (f.)place.
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