Presentation on theme: "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."— Presentation transcript:
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 personas hay en tu famila? How would you ask a friend what his/her parents are like? –¿Cómo son tus padres?
Can you describe people and tell about family relationships (p. 159) How would you say that your parents have brown hair and wear glasses? –Mis padres tienen el pelo de color café y usan lentes. How would you say that your grandfather is tall and thin, that he has gray hair, and that he has five grandchildren? –Mi abuelo es alto y delgado, tiene el pelo canoso y tiene cinco nietos.
Can you ask others to describe where they live? (p. 171) How would you ask a friend where he/she lives? –¿Dónde viven ustedes? How would you ask a classmate what his/her house is like? –¿Cómo es tu casa?
Can you describe where you live? (p. 171) How would you say that you live in an apartment in a small four-story building? –Vivimos en un apartamento pequeño. Está en un edificio de cuatro pisos. How would you say the apartment has three bedrooms, two baths, a living room, and a kitchen? –Tiene tres habitaciones, dos baños, una sala, y una cocina.
Can you ask and tell about responsibilities? (p. 172) How would you ask a classmate what he/she thinks about helping out at home? –¿Qué te parece tener que ayudar en casa? How would you say that your mom almost always cleans the kitchen? –Casi siempre mi mamá limpia la cocina. How would you say that you have to cut the grass? –Tengo que cortar el césped. How would you say that your sister never has to clean the bathroom and it seems unfair to you? –Mi hermana nunca tiene que limpiar el baño. Me parece injusto.