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Complete the Spanish Cuestionario.
Identify the country of origin of different Spanish Speakers. Complete Notes Guide 1 Talk about where people are from and geographical points of interest (puntos de vista)
TPRS some of the vocabulary… Students work through it with the teacher… Can help each other with images.
Juan es de… La capital de Wisconsin es… Los alumnos en mi clase (the students in my class) son de… If I want to know what something is called in Spanish I point and ask…
Subjects and verbs in sentences
Not in your vocabulary list Mi = my Mí= me En = in.
Translate the following: 1. Are there any tall students at BCHS? 2. Yes, there are some/any tall students here (aquí). 3. Are there many students at BCHS?
Topic: Possessive adjectives Essential question: How do I express to whom things belong.
Objetivo: How do we express that something is more than or less than something else? Hagan Ahora: El vocabulario nuevo mayor – oldermenor – younger mejor.
SER / ESTAR To be or to be… which one to use is the question.
Nouns and Definite Articles Spanish 1- Chapter 2.
From 2:00 – 12:59 From 1:00 – 1:59 Any hour from 2:00 – 12:59, am or pm, you use: …son las + hour (+ y + minutes) Examples: Son las cinco.Son las.
Tema 3: La familia Realidades 1
Subjects and verbs in a sentence. In English the sentences have a subject and a verb. The subject is the noun (person or thing) that is being described.
Nouns and definite articles
Quasimodo Rip out and hand in Cuaderno p. 6 Move your desks so that you are sitting right next to your 12 o’clock partner. Make sure that together you.
Spanish I- Unit 1. Identifying parts of a sentence.
Comparatives. COMPARATIVES There are several phrases in Spanish used to make comparisons. Use the following phrases with an adjective to compare two things.
Ser & Estar. Ser & estar Both ser and estar mean “to be.”
Final Exam Questions part 5 ¿Qué no te gusta hacer? Press the speaker icon to hear the question. Repeat the question. Ms. Lincoln’s answer would be:
QUE and QUIEN Used as RELATIVE PRONOUNS SOME TERMS TO KNOW MAIN CLAUSE - contains a subject and verb and can stand on its own. This is my brother. RELATIVE.
Possessive Adjectives!. You have already learned one way to say that something belongs to someone. What is the little word we use?
Al / a la / del / de la / en el / en la ALTA-VISTA, A school of SPANISH Language 2006.
Come in quietly. WARM-UP: (Cameron, Corinthian, Mateo) 1.What is the telephone number? 2.How many doors are there? 3.Whose are the pencils? 4.It is Margarita’s.
Superlatives. You just finished doing comparatives. Now you’re going to do superlatives. In English, we have what we call the positive form, tall gorgeous.
Asking and giving the date In English… What is today’s date? En español… ¿Cuál es la fecha de hoy? In English… Today is August 13. En español… Hoy es.
Nouns and Definite Articles. In Spanish, all nouns belong to one of two gender categories: masculine or feminine. Masculine nouns usually end in o (carro).
Ser and estar Preview Ser and estar Ser Describing foods and drinks
Rubric: 1. You will have 10 Mexico slides for the 10 questions 2. you will have 13 grammar slides. 3. All slides should have images / pictures 4. The total.
Both English and Spanish use superlatives to express the highest or lowest degree of a quality. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.
1 Usages of the Definite Article Spanish One ch.3.
Nouns and Definite/Indefinite Articles. Nouns and Definite Articles In Spanish, all nouns belong to one of two gender categories: masculine or feminine.
Hagan ahora: Translate: I like Spanish class and English class. Do you like swimming? Me gustan la clase de español y la clase de ingles. ¿Te gusta la.
Spanish-Speaking Countries & Culture Welcome to Spanish One 2009 Bienvenidos a la Clase de Espanol 1 Otono 2009.
5B- Apuntes 3 SER vs. ESTAR. SER and ESTAR both mean _________ and conjugated means_______________ *There are different rules for each in regards to its.
The Preposition de. De is used to show possession or relationship. ▫Es el carro de Ernesto. ▫It’s Ernesto’s car. ▫Son los amigos de la profesora. ▫They’re.
La Hora. To ask what time it is say: ¿Qué hora es?
In English, sentences have a subject and a verb. The subject is the person or thing that is being described or is doing something. The verb is the.
I can greet my teacher and introduce myself. Me llamo…
Unit Two Review Hoy es el nueve de enero..
Pronouns and the verb “ser”. ›The subject is the person or thing that is being described or is doing something. The verb is an action word or a word like.
Titles and Courtesy When talking to a person directly with a title and last name, you use a title to show courtesy and respect: señor, señora, señorita,
Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved ► Use numbers with the verb ser to tell time. To ask what time it is, use ¿Qué hora es?
ALC #15 Please make a new ALC. Fold the paper into 8 squares. # Total _____/140 A la campana Nombre/apellido Clase Período Content objective ALC.
SER and ESTAR. Both verbs mean to be. But before we discuss the difference, lets review the conjugations: ser estar soy somos estoy estamos eres sois.
Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns. Demonstrative adjectives/pronouns demonstrate (hence the word “demonstrative”) which noun is being referred to.
Hoy es viernes, el once de diciembre Los objetivos: los verbos -AR -review -AR verbs Proyecto: Todo sobre mí -use previously learned vocabulary and grammarto.
El horario THE SCHEDULE. ¿A que hora empieza la clase de…? This is followed by the subject of the class. Ejemplo: ¿A que hora empieza la clase de.
Possessive Adjectives Capítulo 2. Copy the following and translate Vocabulario para usar con los adjetivos posesivos Vocabulario para usar con los adjetivos.
To be, or not to be? Let’s start out with one of the most important verbs in Spanish – ser, which means “to be.”
5.3-1 You have already learned that ser and estar both mean to be but are used for different purposes. These charts summarize the key differences in usage.
A person, place, thing, or idea. A word that expresses action or state of being.
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