Presentation on theme: "Indirect Object Pronouns Expressing to whom or for whom Indirect Object Pronouns meto/for menosto/for us teto/for you (fam. sing.)osto/for you (fam. pl.)"— Presentation transcript:
Indirect Object Pronouns Expressing to whom or for whom Indirect Object Pronouns meto/for menosto/for us teto/for you (fam. sing.)osto/for you (fam. pl.) leto/for you (form. sing.),lesto/for you (form. pl.), him, her, itthem 21
dar and decir Expressing to whom or for whom The Verbs dar and decir dardecir (i) (to give)(to say; to tell) doydamosdigodecimos dasdaisdicesdecís dadandicedicen 21
gustar Expressing Likes and Dislikes The Verb gustar Spanish Me gusta la playa. No le gustan sus cursos. Nos gusta leer. 22 Literal Equivalent The beach is pleasing to me. His courses are not pleasing to him. Reading is pleasing to us. English Phrasing I like the beach. He doesnt like his courses. We like to read.
Preterite of Regular Verbs Talking About the Past (1) Preterite of Regular Verbs 23 hablar hablar hablé hablamos I spoke (did speak) we spoke hablaste hablasteis you spoke you (fam., pl. Sp.) spoke habló hablaron you/he/she spoke you/they spoke comer comer comí comimos I ate (did eat) we ate comiste comisteis you ate you (fam., pl. Sp.) ate comió comieron you/he/she ate you/they ate vivir vivir viví vivimos I lived (did live) we lived viviste vivisteis you lived you (fam., pl. Sp.) lived vivió vivieron you/he/she lived you/they lived
Preterite of dar, hacer, ir, and ser Talking About the Past (1) Preterite of dar, hacer, ir, and ser darhacerir/ser didimoshicehicimosfuifuimos distedisteishicistehicisteisfuistefuisteis diodieronhizohicieronfuefueron 23
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