Presentation on theme: "Telling whose turn it is & what you think about something"— Presentation transcript:
1Telling whose turn it is & what you think about something TOCAR & PARECERTelling whose turn it is & what you think about something
2Calentamiento Fill out the first column of the worksheet “name the chore in Spanish”
3TOCAR Use “tocar” to say what you have to dowhat your duties areWhose turn it is to do something.TOCAR is conjugated & followed by an INFINITIVEA tí te toca sacar la basura.A Fernando le toca lavar los platos hoy.
4Me toca(n) Te toca(n) Le toca(n) Nos toca(n) Os toca(n) Les toca(n) TOCARMe toca(n)Te toca(n)Le toca(n)Nos toca(n)Os toca(n)Les toca(n)
5On your worksheet… Tell who cuts the grass at your house using TOCAR A ____ ______ toca CORTAR EL CéSPED
6PARECER Use “parecer” To give/ask your opinion about something To “seem” (it seems fair to me)Me parece justo.It is also used like “gustar”A mí me parece fenomenal ir de compras.I think it is awesome to go shopping.
7PARECER Me parece(n) Nos parece(n) Te parece(n) Os parece(n) Le parece(n)Nos parece(n)Os parece(n)Les parece(n)Libro
8On your worksheet… Tell what they think about it PARECER Me, te, le, nos, lesDivertido (fun)Fácil (easy)Muy bien (very good)Interestante (interesting)Difícil (difficult)Aburrido (boring)Fenomenal (awesome/phenomenal)Pésimo (awful/horrible)