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Spanish Review 4-1 By: Josh Trattner and Foster King
Identifying Places Use prepositional phrases to describe where places are. (ex. cerca de, a la izquierda, al lado de.) Rosa está cerca del taxi. Rosa is near the taxi. Use de when the preposition is followed by a specific location.
Choose Transportation There are many types of transportation such as, bus, car, on foot, boat, plane, taxi, train, motorcycle, and subway. In Spanish these are, autobús, carro, a pie, barco, avión, taxi, tren, moto, and metro.
Asking and Giving Directions When asking for directions use the phrase Perdone, ¿cómo llego a (location)? Use prepositional phrases and the verbs doblar, cruzar, and caminar to give directions.
Prepositional Phrases and Their Meanings A la derecha-to the right Al lado-beside A la izquierda-to the left Delante-in front Detrás-behind Cerca-near Entre-between Lejos-far
Affirmative tú Commands Used with family and friends. Regular tú commands are the same as ella, usted, and él form of the present tense verb. When you use a tú command with a direct object pronoun attach the pronoun to the end of the command and add an accent to keep the original stress. (ex.Compra el libro. ¡Cómpralo!)
Decir and Salir Decir means to say or to tell. Salir means to leave or to go out. Both salir and decir are irregular in the yo form. DigoDecimos DicesDecís DiceDicen SalgoSalimos SalesSalís SaleSalen
Vocab To find the vocabulary for chapter 4-1 go to page 269 in the textbook.