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1 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Objetivos {Objectives} *I am able to write sentences stating what I do or do not like. *I am able to recognize and use the listed vocabulary words.

2 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Primera Actividad [/]

3 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Spanish: Me gusta el libro. The simplest way to think about the verb "gustar" is that it means "to like." You should therefore have no trouble translating the following sentence:

4 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Spanish: Me gusta el libro. English: I like the book. The simplest way to think about the verb "gustar" is that it means "to like." You should therefore have no trouble translating the following sentence: While this is not untrue, it's not really accurate either. Taking a closer look at the example sentence, you should notice some problems

5 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. In the English version, things are as we would expect them to be; a subject is followed by a verb, which is followed by a direct object. The Spanish version does not follow this pattern however. First of all, you should notice that if the subject is "I", gustar ought to be conjugated gusto not gusta. Secondly, "Me" is not the subject but rather an object pronoun. Even if we tried to make it the subject, the translation would sound like a caveman talking ("Me like the book"). Something's not quite right with the notion that gustar means "to like." If "Me" isn't the subject, what is? Clearly gusta is the verb, which means that "el libro" is actually our subject. If that's the case, a more literal translation would look something like this: The book __(?)__ me.

6 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. What goes in the blank? Well, the idea of liking a book is not incorrect; it's just that the subject and object have been switched around so instead of me liking the book, the book pleases me. Spanish: Me gusta el libro. English: The book pleases me. Case closed. Mystery solved. Right? Not yet. We're still oversimplifying things because in this case "Me" happens to be an indirect object pronoun (IOP) not a direct object pronoun (DOP).

7 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. I like the room. I = subject of sentence like = verb the room = direct object Examine these sentences closely. We like the books. We = subject of sentence like = verb the books = direct object

8 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. English: I like the room. Spanish: The room is pleasing to me. In English, it is correct to construct a sentence that has the subject "liking" a direct object. In Spanish, this never occurs. In Spanish, a different construction is used. English: We like the books. Spanish: The books are pleasing to us.

9 Primera Actividad [/] Escriben 3 oraciones usando me gusta/no me gusta.

10 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. 1.Pizza 2.Cantar 3.Taco 4.Correr 5.Burrito 6.Camisa 7.Comer 8.Pintar 9.Dulces 10.Dormir 11.Nadar 12.Pollo 13.Textear 14.Beber 15.Bailar 16.Arte 17.Gráficos 18.Maquillase 19.Futbol 20.Pulsera 21.Trabajo 22.Papas fritas 23.Taladro The week’s vocab. List interests: free time, sports, food, to do, school related things.

11 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. 1.Pizza 2. tarea 3. television 4.Perro Calientes 5.teléfono 6. vestido 7..pollo 8.bistec 9.Ir de pesca 10.manzana 11. Dormir 12. Zanahoria 13. lapíz 14..trabajo\ 15.Frijloes 16.El cine 17.Arroz 18. escuchar música 19. chorizo 20. cantar 21. té The week’s vocab. List interests: free time, sports, food, to do, school related things.

12 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. 1.Pizza 2.Leer 3.Television 4.Cantar 5.Pollo 6.Compras 7.Jugar el futbol 8.Manzana 9.Texto 10. cazar 11. dormir 12. papa 13. estudiar 14. ejércitos 15. música 16. fresa 17. filete 18. jugar los tambores 19. balón The week’s vocab. List interests: free time, sports, food, to do, school related things.

13 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. 1.Pizza 2.libro 3.Practicar deportes 4.Futbol americano 5.Naranjas 6.Música 7.béisbol 8.Arte 9.Parque 10. Mi hijo 11. Baloncesto 12. Matemáticas 13. Agua 14. Los números 15. dibujar 16. correr 17. dormir 18. ir de compras 19. el futbol (Soccer) 20. la manzana 21. hermana 22. hermano The week’s vocab. List interests: free time, sports, food, to do, school related things.

14 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. aburrir fascinar bastar importar caer bien (mal) interesar dar asco molestar disgustar parecer doler (o:ue) picar encantar quedar faltar volver (o:ue) loco

15 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. aburrir to bore fascinar to be fascinating to bastar to be sufficient importar to be important to caer bien (mal) to (not) suit interesar to be interesting to dar asco to be loathsome molestar to be a bother disgustar to hate something parecer to appear to be doler (o:ue) to be painful picar to itch encantar to "love" something quedar to be left over, remain faltar to be lacking something volver (o:ue) loco to be crazy about

16 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. In your group, choose a character and describe him/her. I want ten sentences about the person. Write in first person. { Likes/dislikes, hobbies, school life, etc. } Escriben sus nombres por detrás NameBack

17 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Traduzca las palabras. Primera Actividad [/]

18 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Quick facts:  Capital: Bogotá  Population (approx): 47,425,437  Area: 1,141,748 sq km (26th)  Official language: Spanish  Religion: 70.9% Roman Catholic  President: Juan Manuel Santos  Government: Unitary presidential constitutional republic  Currency: Peso Col$ ($1 US =1,995.81)  GDP: $ billion (14 est) Since declaring independence on 20 July 1810 and achieving it in 1819, Colombia has changed its name seven times. The overwhelming majority of Colombians speak Spanish but in total 101 languages are listed for Colombia in the Ethnologue database. The specific number of spoken languages varies slightly since some authors debate on language vs dialect. The best estimates recorded say that 70 languages are spoken in the country today. Most of these belong to the Chibchan, Arawak, Cariban, language families. There are currently about 850,000 speakers of native languages. The county is about the size of Texas, New Mexico and Arkansas combined. Ecologically, Colombia is one of the world's 17 megadiverse countries, and is considered the most megadiverse per square kilometer. Colombia is a middle power with the third largest economy in Latin America

19 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. ¿Que color es?

20 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Widespread fruit varieties grown in Colombia include mango, apple, pear, blackberry, and strawberry. Bananas are a staple crop in Colombia's thriving agricultural sector. Meat dishes Ajiaco is a traditional Andean dish that originated from Bogotá. It is similar to a chicken soup. Colombia is also the largest export partner of the Dutch constituent country of Aruba. Colombia’s main export goods are petroleum, coffee, coal, nickel, emeralds, apparel, bananas, and cut flowers.

21 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Tejo is Colombia’s national sport; a team sport that involves launching projectiles to hit a target. But of all sports in Colombia, football (soccer) is the most popular. Cumbia is a mixture of Spanish, Native Colombian and African music. Colombia is known as "The land of a thousand rhythms' but actually holds 1,025 folk rhythms. Some of the best known genres are cumbia and vallenato. Colombian singer/song writer/guitarist Juanes won global appeal in his native language exclusively and became one of the biggest Latin American artists in the world.

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23 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation.

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29 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation.

30 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. Objetivos {Objectives} *I am able to write sentences stating what they do or do not like. *I am able to recognize and use the listed vocabulary words.

31 Edit the text with your own short phrase. The animation is already done for you; just copy and paste the slide into your existing presentation. > Con tu papel hable con cinco compañeros, escribe que su asignación favorita > Conjugaciones


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