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Y tú, ¿Cómo eres? Vocabulario del Capítulo 1B
To talk about what you and others are like artístico artística artistic
To talk about what you and others are like atrevido atrevida daring
To talk about what you and others are like bueno buena good
To talk about what you and others are like deportista athletic
To talk about what you and others are like desordenado desordenada messy, disorganized
To talk about what you and others are like estudioso estudiosa studious
To talk about what you and others are like gracioso graciosa silly, funny
To talk about what you and others are like impaciente impatient
To talk about what you and others are like inteligente smart, intelligent
To talk about what you and others are like ordenado ordenada neat, organized
To talk about what you and others are like paciente patient
To talk about what you and others are like perezoso perezosa lazy
To talk about what you and others are like reservado reservada reserved, quiet
To talk about what you and others are like serio seria serious
To talk about what you and others are like simpático simpática nice, kind
To talk about what you and others are like sociable sociable, talkative
To talk about what you and others are like talentosotalentosa talented
To talk about what you and others are like trabajadortrabajadora hard-working
To ask people about themselves or others ¿Cómo eres? What are you like?
To ask people about themselves or others ¿Cómo es? What is he/she like?
To ask people about themselves or others ¿Cómo se llama? What is his/her name?
To ask people about themselves or others ¿Eres…? Are you…?
To talk about what someone likes or doesn’t like le gusta… he/she likes…
To talk about what someone likes or doesn’t like no le gusta… he/she doesn’t like…
To describe someone (yo) soy I am
To describe someone no soy I am not
To describe someone es he/she is
To tell whom you are talking about el amigo the friend (m)
To tell whom you are talking about la amiga the friend (f)
To tell whom you are talking about el chico the boy
To tell whom you are talking about la chica the girl
To tell whom you are talking about él he
To tell whom you are talking about ella she
To tell whom you are talking about yo I
Other useful words a veces sometimes
Other useful words muy very
Other useful words pero but
Other useful words según according to
Other useful words según mi familia according to my family
To talk about what you and others are like 1.Artístico, -a Artistic 2. Atrevido, -a Daring 3. Bueno, -a Good 4.Deportista Sports- minded 5. Desordenado,
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Ser To be.
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Adjective use & placement SER (to _____) Yo ________ Tú ________ Ud. Él ________ Ella Nosotros ________ Vosotros ________ Uds. Ellos ________ Ellas be.
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The irregular verb “ser”
Words that describe people and things are
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