2Gustar with infinitives Page 86 in textbookAn infinitive is a verb without a subjectThree types of infinitivesInfinitives that end in –arInfinitives that end in –erInfinitives that end in –irJust like nouns, infinitives can be used after “gustar” to say what you and others like to doAlways use “gusta” (not “gustan”) with infinitivesMe gustan los deportes. (I like sports)Me gusta jugar deportes. (I like to play sports)ASSIGNMENT – page 86 activities 7-8
3Page 86 act. 7-8Activity 7 – Based on the things Carlos and his friends like, what activities do you think they like to do?A mis amigos les gustan los deportes. (My friends like sports)Answer: Les gusta jugar al tenis.Activity 8 – Based on their personalities, which activity do you think these people would like more?Diego es muy perezoso. (hacer ejercicio/ver televisión)Answer : Le gusta mas ver televisión.
4Pronouns after prepositions Pronouns can stand or be replaced with the same noun yet still have different forms, depending on how they’re being used in a sentence.You already know subject pronouns and the pronouns used with “gustar”. But pronouns have a different form when they come after prepositions like:“a” (to) “de” (of, from, about)“con”(with) “en” (in, on, at)SubjectWith gustarAfter Prep.EnglishYomemiITutetiYouUstedleusted(Formal) YouEl/Ellael/ellaHe/SheNosotrosnosnosotrosWeUstedeslesustedes(Plural) YouEllos/Ellasellos/ellasThey/Them
5Pronouns after prepositions (cont.) The pronouns “mi” and “ti” combine with “con” to make the special forms:Conmigo – With meContigo – with youWith gustar, the phrase formed by “a” and a pronoun can be added to a sentence to clarify or emphasize who likes something.
6Page actActivity 11 – Complete Maria’s letter choosing the correct prepositions and pronounsSoy Extrovertida. (A mi / A ellos) me gusta pasar el rato…Answer: because of “me gusta” the correct answer would be “a mi”Activity 12 – Look at the pictures and say whether you like to do those activities. Also say what friends you do each activity with.Me gusta nadar con mis amigos.I like to swim with my friends.2) Me gusta jugar tenis contigo.I like to play tennis with you.
7Querer with infinitives To say what you or others want, use the verb “querer”The form that you use depends on the subject or who you’re talking about or who you’re talking to.Just as with “gustar” you can use a noun or an infinitive after a form of “querer” to say what you and others want and want to do.SUBJECTQUERER ( to want)YoquieroTuquieresUsted/El/EllaquiereNosotrosqueremosUstedes/Ellos/Ellasquieren
8Page 90 actActivity 15 – Choose the correct form of “querer” to complete the sentencesMarta y yo (quieren/queremos) comer.Answer – because “Marta y yo” is same as “nosotros then your answer would be “queremos”Activity 16 – Complete the conversation with the correct form of “querer” (LOOK AT THE SUBJECT AND MATCH UP with the correct form of “querer”)Hola, Carla. ?Que _________ hacer hoy?Answer – because the question is being asked to you, the form of “querer” that goes with “tu” is “quieres”
9HOMEWORK AssignmentPage 84 act. 2-3 P act. 7-8 P act P. 90 act DUE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2012 YOU DO NOT HAVE TO WRITE THE SENTENCE OR THE QUESTION ON ANY OF THESE. IF YOU FINISH THEM, TURN THEM INTO THE TRAY FOR YOUR PERIOD ON MY DESK. Vocabulary Help – use p and p. 111