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Unidad 1 Etapa 1
Lesson Objectives Familiar vs. Formal Greetings Introducing OthersSubject Pronouns The verb “ser” The verb “gustar”
Leccion 2: Familiar vs. Formal GreetingsFamiliar (aka informal) Formal
Someone that you know well or a friendFamiliar (informal) Someone that you know well or a friend
Someone older than you or someone that you want to show respect toFormal Someone older than you or someone that you want to show respect to
Los Saludos Familiares (Familiar Greetings)¿CóMO ESTáS? How are you? ¿qUé TAL? ¿Qué Pasa? What’s up? ¿qué onda? What’s up? (Mex)
Los Saludos Formales (formal greetings)¿cómo está usted? ¿cómo está? How are you?
Las Respuestas Possibles (possible responses)Bien Muy bien Mal Muy mal Terrible Asi Asi OK Regular
Self Check Can you name at least 3 familiar greetings?Can you name at least 1 formal greeting? What is the difference between the two types of greetings?
Practica I. 3 Familiar Greetings 1. II. 1 Formal Greeting2. 3. II. 1 Formal Greeting III. 5 Possible Responses
Subject pronouns Preview Subject pronouns Tú and usted
La Agenda ♫ “Buenos Días” ♫ Check Homework Hispanic Culture in NYC
Para Empezar P. 4 ¿Cómo Estás? How are you? Bien Gracias. Well, thank you.
Saying hello and goodbye
Greetings – Introductions -
Para Empezar Please translate: Tú and Usted Please explain when to use each and give an example.
Español Uno con Señor Beckham Do Now: Follow the directions on the sheet in front of you.
Apuntes de gramática. IyoNosotros nosotras We (m+F) youtúVosotros vosotras You-Spain He,she,it, you-formal El,ella usted,it Ellos,ellas, ustedes They(m+F)
Objetivo By the end of the lesson, you will be able to greet and say good-bye formally and informally while taking into account culturally appropriate.
Spanish Greetings and Leave Takings
Chapter 1 – TPR Day 1 Hola - Hello Buenos Dias - Good morning Buenas tardes – Good afternoon Adios – Goodbye Soy – I am… Me llamo – My name is…
Bellwork: Monday, 8/19/13 TSWBAT communicate common greetings and introductions. 1.Take out your “Greetings: Dialogue” notes. I.Copy dialogue II.Practice.
Formal vs. informal greetings
Las presentaciones Saludos y despedidas
DO NOW Fill in the blanks of the conversation: Hola! Buenos ______. Me llamo Arturo. _______ luego.
Greetings and Introductions por Sra. Bodinet. How to say hi There are multiple ways to say heelo in Spanish, just like in English. We say, hello,
Write the Spanish: Say “good morning” to your first period teacher. Say “good afternoon to your 5 th period teacher. Tell your friend you will see.
Saludos y Despedidas When greeting someone it is customary to shake hands. Many people also exchange a kiss on the cheek or a hug. The greeting changes.
JOURNAL #1 Consider your reasons for studying Spanish and how it could be beneficial to you. Write your ideas and opinions and be ready to share them with.
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