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Nombres objetivo – revise nouns, gender and plurals
Gender of nouns Is sometimes ‘biological’ La hija La gallina El gallo
Many common nouns are exceptions to the –a=fem / -o = masculine rule El día La moto El problema La modelo El planeta La mano
Masculine nouns Verbs ending in -aje -or and stressed vowels El garaje El calor Rivers, seas, lakes, mountains, fruit trees El Mediterráneo el Titicaca el naranjo
Cars, colours, days of the week and compass points Un Renault nuevo El lunes El azul El sur
Feminine nouns Nouns that end in -ión - dad - tad - triz - tud - umbre - nza - cia - ie
Letters of the alphabet Islands Roads La ene Las Islas Galápagos La M45
Many nouns ending in –ma are masculine El clima El problema El programa El sistema El pijama El tema
Plurals Add an ‘s’ if the word ends in a vowel or a stressed ‘e’ Add an ‘es’ if it ends in a consonant
Exceptions Nouns ending in unstressed vowels and ‘s’ do not change in plural Including days of the week La crises/las crises El lunes/los lunes
Nouns ending in ‘z’ Change to ‘ces’ in the plural Un lápiz Dos lapices
Nouns with an accent on the last syllable Lose the accent in the plural La opinión – las opiniones
Words ending in ‘en’ with stress on penultimate syllable Add an accent in the plural to keep the stress La imagen Las imágenes
Many words are masculine but encorporate both genders Los padres Los hijos Los reyes Los hermanos Los amigos
Proper names do not pluralise Eg. Los Simpson Los ONG
DEFINITE ARTICLES “the”. DEFINITE ARTICLES All Spanish nouns are classified as Masculine or Feminine This is called gender. English nouns don’t have gender,
Nouns and Articles. A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea. In Spanish, all nouns are masculine or feminine. Most masculine nouns end in –o and.
1.1-1 Nouns (nombres o sustantivos) identify people, animals, places, things. All Spanish nouns have gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular.
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Nouns and Definite Articles What are nouns? Nouns (Sustantivos) name people, animals, places, things or ideas. Nouns in Spanish *All Spanish nouns have.
Definite Articles and Plurals Para Empezar. Genders In Spanish, every NOUN has a gender. masculine or feminine.
Making nouns plural review 7 th grade Spanish Chapter 1 Lesson 4.
Copyright © 2014 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Nouns identify people, animals, places, things. All Spanish nouns have gender (masculine.
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Target: I can use definite and indefinite articles with nouns correctly. Warm up: Rewrite the following sentences in Spanish. 1.Do you like fruits? _________________________________________________.
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Page 110 Realidades 1 Nouns NOUNS Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
Gender In English, nouns can be masculine, feminine, or neuter (meaning having no gender). In Spanish, however, every noun must be masculine or feminine.
Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Spanish nouns A noun is a word used to identify people, animals, places, things, or ideas.
Definite and Indefinite Articles Use of articles with specific and unspecified things.
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2 types of Articles The English word THE is called a ( Definite Article ) because it is used to refer to a Definite or Specific person or thing. The.
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Género, número y artículos Gender, number & articles.
Fun with el, la, los, las Gender in español. English vs. Spanish In English, only living things have a gender. In English, only living things have a gender.
Page 60 Capítulo 2 Nouns and definite articles NOUNS (Sustantivos) Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
Los sustantivos y los géneros (nouns and genders) ALL nouns have a gender in Spanish: MOST Nouns that end with the following letters are MASCULINE: l o.
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Using Adjectives to Describe Gender and Number. Using Adjectives to describe :gender Adjectives describe nouns. Like articles, they must match the noun.
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Page 110 Realidades 1 Nouns. NOUNS Nouns refer to people, animals, places, and things.
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Singular plural (review) Sustantivos that end in a vowel: a, e, i, o, u – ADD AN –S Sustantivos that end in a consonant: b, d, f, etc. – ADD AN –ES Sustantivos.
Notes # 9 Descubre Lesson 1 Copyright © 2012 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved
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WARM UP 1. CHOOSE 3 from the new vocabulary that seem difficult to pronounce. 2. Go to wordreference.com to check your pronunciation CLICK HERE. 3. Teach.
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