Ppt on telling time in spanish

PKSG Workshop on the Current Crises. SOAS, University of London, 23rd October 2009, London From the lasting boom to the severe current recession. The Spanish.

Times PKSG Workshop on the Current Crises. SOAS, University of London, 23rd October 2009, London From the lasting boom to the severe current recession. The Spanish economy 1994-2009 27 3. The economic policy response to recession in Spain/a difference for long run economic (and regional) growth? What does the evidence tell us about the causality between finance and economic growth? What does the evidence tell us about the causality between finance and economic growth? Data (cross-section correlations) /


I can… Talk about what people like and don’t like.

possession, talk about types of things, and to tell where people and things are from. Textbook. Page 60 All nouns in Spanish are either masculine of feminine. Masculine nouns usually end in –o (carro, helado) Feminine nouns usually end in –a ( fiesta, fruta) 2. Making /Unit 3. What I do in my free time Where I go in my free time Sports and activities Inviting someone to go somewhere Telling what people are going to do. Telling what people know how to do. (Yo sé/sabes) Time/date/weather/and location of/


Mandatos Commands.

Mandatos Commands Mandatos In Spanish, commands are called “mandatos.” A command is used to tell some what to do or what not to do. Questions and suggestions are not commands. You should not do that! Will/Remember! Princess Di haz séventen very pretty ponies in her salon! You try it! Let’s practice using irregular affirmative tú commands. Translate the following sentences into Spanish. Go to the office! Do the homework! Put the pencil on the desk. Come to class on time. Tell the truth! ¡Ve a la oficina! ¡Haz/


COMMANDS Mandatos. In Spanish, commands are called “mandatos.” A command is used to tell some what to do or what not to do. Questions and suggestions.

COMMANDS Mandatos In Spanish, commands are called “mandatos.” A command is used to tell some what to do or what not to do. Questions and suggestions are not commands.  You should not do that!  Will you/Ve Remember! Princess Di haz séventen very pretty ponies in her salon! You try it! Let’s practice using irregular affirmative tú commands. Translate the following sentences into Spanish. 1. Go! 2. Do the homework! 3. Put the pencil on the desk. 4. Come to class on time. 5. Tell the truth! 1. ¡Ve! 2. ¡Haz la /


Spanish –ar verbs. Verbs in General English and Spanish both conjugate verbs. They can be organized as first, 2 nd, and 3 rd person. If you need to, you.

If you need to, you may review the pronoun presentation on the main page. In English, we do not change the verb much according to the subject. In Spanish, the verb ending will often tell you who or what the subject is. Observe.main page -ar verb endings o /time to learn. This is meant to be a review. If you have not studied it already, you may have difficulty. If you want to learn Spanish, you will need to learn the –ar verb endings. You can often tell what the subject is by the verb. Therefore in Spanish,/


AQA Spanish AS Level © Nelson Thornes 2008 Aim: To review when to use ser or estar La cultura de todos los días – La moda 6B: Identidades e imágenes (Gramática)

made of, or what somebody or something is like. Ser is also used to tell the time and to express possession. AQA Spanish AS Level © Nelson Thornes 2008 Ser < esse – to be So use ser as in these examples… I am a fashion designer. – Soy diseñadora. My favourite model is Spanish. – Mi modelo preferida es española. You are beautiful. – Eres hermosa. It is/


Darcy Johnson, M.ED. In Curriculum & Instruction and Spanish Brian McDonough, M.A. in Ibero-Romance Philology and Linguistics (Area of concentration:

por or para to focus on  For example, we use por to tell how much you bought something for (exchange). Have them write a paragraph (We use journals) telling how they just went on a shopping spree and they bought each item/ to the following class they listen to is one more time and take it one more time and complete an assessment  Create comprehension questions using Bloom’s Taxonomy in your language  Create a listening comprehension guide (Spanish sample in packet)  Teach note-taking skills!!! *** Don’t /


PowerPoint Slides to be used in conjunction

in Spanish such as rápido, are often low frequency academic terms in English (e.g., rapid). Vocabulary, continued One Sequence for teaching cognates: Pronounce the word, give Spanish cognate, define it, and show a picture of the concept. Ask or tell/ frequency of group response that is effective in keeping students engaged. Text Comprehension, continued Research reports that students taught through DI spend more time in active engagement and exhibit increases in academic achievement (Rieth & Evertson, 1988)./


The Inca Empire.

to plow, plant fields and build houses. Daughter – taught women the art of weaving and how to prepare food Pachacama tells his children to….”teach the humans to be fair and kind, and I will provide light and warmth every day without /of gold ($6 million at the time) dishes, icons, ornaments, jewelry, & vases, but never released Atahualpa. Keeps him prisoner for a year, to ensure their safety against the INCA civilization which greatly out numbered the Spanish. While in captivity Atahualpa orders Huáscar’s/


Spanish 2 Preliminary Unit Discuss likes and dislikes Describe people and places Exchange greetings The new school year Talk about school life Ask for/give.

nouns. They match the gender and number of the nouns they describe. In Spanish, adjectives usually follow the noun. Masculine Adjectives often end in – o. El chico guapo. The good-looking boy. Feminine Adjectives often end in – a. La chica guapa. The good-looking girl. Most adjectives/está bien. Está en Nueva York. The boy is OK. He is in New York. Estoy estamos Estás Está están Tell Time To talk about what time it is, use: ¿Qué hora es? What time is it? Use y + minutes for the number of minutes after the /


Informal Commands Introduction Commands – telling somebody to do something! Commands are important because if you go to a Spanish speaking country, they.

you go to a Spanish speaking country, they are one of the first things you will hear! You’ll use them when you order something at the restaurant… …And when you go shopping!! Commands – telling somebody to do something/s time to watch the movie! Ready? Entonces…miradlo! Quiz Time!!! Translate this command in the “tu” form Study! Estudid! Aprendas! Estudia! Otra vez! Perfecto! Web resources Commands - Activity Worksheet http://www.spanish.bz/activity-commands.htm Informal Commands – Quiz#1 http://www.spanish./


¿QUÉ HORA ES?. TELLING TIME IN SPANISH  To tell time in Spanish, we use es or son.  Ejemplos: Es la una.It is 1:00. Son las dos.It is 2:00. Son las.

¿QUÉ HORA ES? TELLING TIME IN SPANISH  To tell time in Spanish, we use es or son.  Ejemplos: Es la una.It is 1:00. Son las dos.It is 2:00. Son las diez.It is 10:00. Son las tres / la nochein the evening/at night  Ejemplos: Son las ocho de la mañana.It is 8 in the morning. Son las tres de la tarde.It is 3 in the afternoon. Son las nueve de la noche.It is 9 at night. OTHER WAYS TO TELL TIME  To say it is noon or midnight: Es el mediodía.It is noon. Es la/


Spanish Settlement of Texas

make sure Senor Terry tells you his Elizabeth story) The King of Spain had a problem... Why hadn’t Spain built cities in Texas? (French fur trapper) Why hadn’t Spain built cities in Texas? I am a typical Spanish rancher I am a typical Spanish rancher. I would /ducks here! This is strange...I’m used to living like a nomad…not staying in the same place all of the time! 2. Mission School Agenda Know: Spanish Do: Spanish Show: Learn Spanish boys girls 2 43 The main purpose of a mission was to teach the Indians /


Engaging Latinos in Depression Treatment: Why the warm handoff may not be best Elizabeth Horevitz, MSW, PhD Collaborative Family Healthcare Association.

told me, here the, here she said “you are going to see this one”… - Lola; 45; Spanish-speaker; CHO; Did not attend first visit Can you tell me about your experience being referred to behavioral health? I don’t know, I just kind of feel like the/to help you with um... depression. They really want you to get better and feel better and do better in life, and not get stuck with depression, like, for a long time. -Sandra;19; English-speaker; Warm Handoff; Did not attend first visit Because, um, they cancelled it/


Page 24 capítulo 1 The Verb SER SER The verb SER means “to be” In Spanish, a verb has different forms to tell you who the subject is. Changing a verb.

Page 24 capítulo 1 The Verb SER SER The verb SER means “to be” In Spanish, a verb has different forms to tell you who the subject is. Changing a verb form so that it matches its subject is called CONJUGATING. SER/S REVIEW AGAIN! SER Yosoy Túeres Ud. Éles Ella Nosotros somos Vosotros sois Uds. Ellos son Ellas SER Used to tell TIME and DATE. Used to tell NATIONALITY. Used to tell WHERE SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS FROM. Used to connect a noun or pronoun to another noun or pronoun. Used to describe CHARACTERISTICS./


¿QUÉ HORA ES? A lesson for first year Spanish students Objectives: The student will demonstrate knowledge of numbers one through thirty to tell time. The.

Objectives: The student will demonstrate knowledge of numbers one through thirty to tell time. The students will be able to tell what time it is on a standard clock face using appropriate Spanish grammar. Given a blank clock face, the student will be able to draw in the hands to represent a given time. Technology Used: PowerPoint: Used for Slide Show during lesson. Smart Board: Used for/


From Research to Reality: How to Start an Elementary World Language Program in Your District Mandy Madderom Heather Lawnicki Waunakee Community School.

is the date today?”  Understand the names of the different special classes they have  Recognize the names of the USA and Honduras in Spanish  Understand that Honduras is a Spanish-speaking country PRODUCTIVE  Tell time to the hour  Count to 31  Give the date  Tell their birthday  Copy the days of the week  Compare things according to size (big vs. small) Key Structures and Vocabulary: RECEPTIVE/


Telling Time Qué hora es? What time is it? Son las ocho ( it is 8:00) Son las once y media. (it is 11:30) To tell the hour (except for times around one.

y media. (it is 11:30) To tell the hour (except for times around one o’clock), use Son las… plus the hour Example: Son las ocho. It’s 8 oclock. TELLING TIME For times after the hour, follow this pattern Son las siete/Telling time For times before the hour say: Es la una menos veinte. It’s 20 minutes to 1 Son las doce menos cuarto. It’s a quarter to 12 Son las ocho menos diez. It’s 10 minutes to 8. For times including 1:00, use Es la una… Es la una y veinte. It is 1:20 Assignment: Write the times in Spanish/


Dr. James K. Bukari Dr. María Landa-Buil Dr. Beverly-Anne Carter

feel more confident about their ability to funtion as autonomous learners? 3.83 Bukari, Landa & Carter, November 18, 2011 Tell Me More What is TMM: It is a language learning software that integrates all the skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening/ perception of this software which is being used as a teaching/learning resource for the first time. Method: An online survey of 90 students ( n=55 Spanish, n=35 French) in Semester 1 2011/12. Bukari, Landa & Carter, November 18, 2011 Results: student’s/


Verbs  A verb is a word that expresses action (main verb) or a state of being. Examples: Jesse ran around the house three times. We celebrated the.

ran around the house three times. We celebrated the Chinese New Year yesterday. After that, Jesse was very thirsty The holiday is usually in February. (The verbs is and was does not tell about an action. Instead, they tell something about the subjects state/and its helping verb or verbs are called a verb phrase. Examples : Examples : - Many students can speak Spanish. - Many students can speak Spanish. - I will be learning about helping verbs today. - I will be learning about helping verbs today. HelpingMain/


Spanish Verbs  Welcome to Spanish 1010! I hope you enjoy your time in class.  This introductory presentation will review two key concepts: conjugation.

Spanish Verbs  Welcome to Spanish 1010! I hope you enjoy your time in class.  This introductory presentation will review two key concepts: conjugation and agreement. Feel free to skip this presentation if you are / The word wake changed to wakes because we are talking about a different person. Every morning I wake up at 6:00.  This trick doesn’t always tell us which word is the verb, because English verbs don’t change very often.  To illustrate, change the subject of the original sentence to “we,” “/


Independence For Latin America 1. Revolutions in America  Plantation  Creoles  Mestizos  Joseph Bonaparte  Cabildos 2.

 Military officer opposed to Spanish rule  Ignacio Allende  Captain and commander in a local army post  Talked about the problems of the country 31 Revolutionary Times  1810 Mexico had been under Spanish control for 300 years  Spanish king is dethroned  Joseph /Exports  Imports  Pedro 64 Brazil Finds Another Way  Napoleon had begun to conquer Europe.  Marching through Spain tells Portugal to break ties with Great Britain  Told to close their ports to British ships  Take all property from /


La hora Telling time in Spanish. Essential Information Time is feminine Time is feminine We must use definite articles when expressing the time in Spanish.

La hora Telling time in Spanish Essential Information Time is feminine Time is feminine We must use definite articles when expressing the time in Spanish We must use definite articles when expressing the time in Spanish Time uses the verb SER Time uses the verb SER Singular and plural rules apply Singular and plural rules apply Based on the hour of the time Based on the hour of the time There is more than one way to/


Spanish Rule of Latin America. Learning Targets: 1)Explain and demonstrate an understanding of the impact of Spanish Rule of the life of Native Americans.

God should have permitted something so great to remain hidden from the world for so long in history, unknown to men, and then let it be found, discovered and won all in our own time!" – Francisco Pizarro What does this quote tell us about the attitude of the Spanish towards the Native Americans? Columbian Exchange The movement of people, goods, diseases, and ideas between Europe/


Nov. 1, 2012. F.O.A. (Bellwork) The very same day our windmill was delivered, my dad had it set up and ready to go in the backyard. Disappointingly, we.

dodge the Spanish cannonballs. After the battle, a huge storm came in and the English boats darted back to shore to safety, but the large Spanish warships could not. As a result, many of the Spanish ships were ruined beyond repair and by the time the invasion /problem that makes him want to kill the old man? Why? Write one paragraph in which you tell me what you think caused the main character to hear a heartbeat in “The Tell-Tale Heart?” Defend your answer. A paragraph is 5-7 sentences. Assignment Turn /


Warm-Up #1 Name as many countries as you can think of where Spanish is the primary spoken language. There’s twenty-one countries. 1)Mexico14) Paraguay.

to the age or status of the person as to how you would greet or introduce yourself to him/her? Do you greet differently at different times of the day? If so, how is it different? Warm-Up #3 Would you say tú or usted when talking to the following people?/ in mind that the girls are peers. Ana:Hello. My name is Ana. Maria:Nice to meet you. Ana:What’s your name? Maria:My name is Maria. How are you? Ana:I’m fine. How about you? Warm-Up #5 List ten Spanish words with 2 syllables and tell what they mean. 1) 2) 3)/


Starter You have two minutes to go into your book and find two pieces of information that tell you anything about the guns, ships, soldiers, supplies,

Starter You have two minutes to go into your book and find two pieces of information that tell you anything about the guns, ships, soldiers, supplies, commanders and communication used by either the Spanish or English during the Spanish invasion in 1588. You should not speak to anyone during this time. You now have two extra minutes to use the scrap paper to make a paper/


Welcome to the NJSACOP Command and Leadership Program Practical Testing Module. Please place your program in Slide Show Mode in order to begin. There is.

A. Wrong. This is not an example of roles. There is no evidence in the scenario to tell us how any of these people behaved or was expected to behave based upon these/ the files of hundreds of officers having narcotics experience, looking for twenty who spoke Spanish, had completed two years of college, a firearms qualification score of 90, were /the practice that the unit that made the most arrests would receive priority when requesting time off. B. Role Ambiguity B. Wrong. This is not an example of role/


DANCE. The Language of Dance Elements: Time, Space and Force Choreographic Forms: Theme and Variations, Rondo and Narrative Styles: (characteristics.

Cordoba. Today it is the dance of the Gitano women of Spain. ZANDUNGA: The songs and dances in Waltz time of Southern Mexico. The lyrics tell a story and more often funny situations between persons are rhymed and danced. ZAPATEADO: The Spanish and Flamenco dances of Spain in which rhythmic patterns are made with the heel and ball of Filigrano. Also a mans dance which/


15 Para empezar 15 Bell Work activities for Spanish 1. [ Realidades 1 : Para empezar]

to classroom directions Begin using numbers Tell time Identify parts of the body Tabla de materias (Cont.) 2. En la clase 7) Talk about things in the classroom 8) Ask questions about words and phrases 9) Use the spanish alphabet to spell words 10)/= cincuenta 5. 26 – 10 = dieciséis 6. 16 – 1 + 25 = cuarenta 5) Tell Time Directions: write the times you see in Spanish. 1. 4. 2. 5. 3. 6. 5) Tell Time Directions: write the times you see in Spanish. 1. Es la una. 4. Son las diez y media. 2. Son las cinco y media./


Telling time in Spanish ¿Qué hora es? (What time is it?) Es la una= It’s 1:00 Son las dos = It’s 2:00 - Use this format for any time after 1:00 - EX: ¿Cómo.

media = It’s 2:30 To say it’s quarter past (Ex: 2:15) you say “y cuarto” Ex: Son las dos y cuarto = It’s 2:15 Telling time in Spanish To say “at” 5:00 instead of it’s 5:00 say: A las cinco. ¿Cómo se dice “at 3:30”? A las tres y media. ¿C/ say: It’s 5 minus 15 or Son las cinco menos cuarto. Ex: For 6:40 you say: It’s 7 minus 20 or Son las siete menos veinte. Telling time in Spanish Other expressions: It’s midnight – Es la medianoche. It’s noon – Es el mediodía. Son a eso de – It’s around En punto – On the dot/


Agenda -Warm up: Articles and nouns -Notes: Verb TO BE: SER -Notes: Telling time HW: CP Pages 5-6.

Sp) are  Ellos son - They are  Ellas son - They (fem) are  Ustedes son - You (pl.) are Rules to follow  In Spanish, you DO NOT have to use the subject. Notice that each verb form is different.  If you ever have a singular subject (even if you /and I are from Cuba.)  Forms of ser (to be) are used to: -tell where someone is from -show ownership -describe people or things -tell someone’s nationality. -tell someone’s occupation -tell time Use the correct form of ser(to be)  Su casa ______ grande.  Este /


UNIT 6 Great Ideas. Lead-in Communication Strategy Listen and Practice Watch and Talk UNIT GOALS Learn words and expressions about great ideas. Listen.

company, so although they could speak English, they couldn’t speak French very well. My father spent a lot of time in Argentina for work, so he could speak some Spanish. During the summer, I went to California to visit my grandmother and we often went to the beach. I could/ Script D. After Watching. Talk about a book or a movie that you know about. What’s special about it? Remember to tell the main events that happened from beginning to end. IV. WATCH AND TALK The End IV. WATCH AND TALK (Part A) Back IV. /


Job Safety in a Multicultural Workplace II Jim Hamilton, PhD Instructor Forest Management Haywood Community College Natural Resources Division

SNOWBALL EFFECT… ”and he tells the rest of the guys what they need to know”. 3. “They all received safety brochures in Spanish at orientation.” OR “The sign on the machine has the warning clearly written in Spanish.” 4. “They’ll tell me if something’s not right/in Spanish about the company benefit programs. “For safety they put in a video every so often. Training about working with wood or about the work or about what is happening in the company we don’t get.” “Now we only learn about our position with time/


Warm Up In English, What verb do we use to describe characteristics of something or someone?

son - They (fem) are Ustedes son - You (pl.) are Rules to follow In Spanish, you DO NOT have to use the subject. Notice that each verb form is different./tell time Use the correct form of ser(to be) Su casa ______ grande. Este edificio ______ nuevo. El señor Vargas y yo ______ viejos. Yo ______ morena. Pedro ______ de Montana. Hoy ______ el cinco de abril. Las niñas ______ mis amigas. Ella ______ mexicana. ______ estudiantes diligentes. Mi madre y mi padre ______ comicos. Translate the sentences into Spanish/


Talking about groups and numbers Spanish 1a Week 11-28-Lesson EL TIC TAC TOE, RELOJES HUMANOS, ORAL PREP---QUICK CHAT.

Talking about groups and numbers Spanish 1a Week 11-28-Lesson EL TIC TAC TOE, RELOJES HUMANOS, ORAL PREP---QUICK CHAT Warm-up Read your sentences with the others in your pod Question ladders Talk about groups and numbers REPASO CON /VOCABULARIO EL TIC TAC TOE RELOJES HUMANOS QUICK CHAT PRACTICE QUE SON/ QUIENES SON/ COMO SON Graded QUICK chat on Friday Topic choices Describing yourself and friends Telling time Describing groups /


Unit Two Review Hoy es el nueve de enero..

Casa In your notebook: Label each room in the house, in Spanish Label three items in each room in Spanish. I will be checking your work for 10 points. Agenda Do Now Big Goal/Calendario Review Unit Two Time /in Spanish on the screen. Once you are finished labeling, in spanish, write what is in your classroom. Use complete sentences El Horario Horario de Raul Horario Imagine that you are telling your friend in Puerto Rico about your new schedule for second semester. Answer the following questions in Spanish/


Chapter Two AP Review.

Fur Trapping D. Fishing C. Fur Trapping A. English B. Spanish C. French D. German 42. Which of the following groups treated Native Americans in the most positive manner during colonial times in North America? A. English B. Spanish C. French D. German C. French A. Dutch B. / check location by charting the position of celestial bodies or the moon and stars C. It allowed ship navigators to tell direction by aligning a magnetic strip with the North Pole D. It allowed ship navigators to calculate the rate of /


ETALT Day 3 Spanish group.

try a short /ny/ sound that sort of blends with the next vowel. A Spanish phonemic pangram But it can be even easier: What if I tell you that in a single sentence you can find every possible pronunciation of each letter of the alphabet? La/ ¿Qué? – what? ¿Cuándo? – when? ¿Dónde? – where? ¿Quién? – who? ¿Cuánto(s)? – how much/many? ¿Cómo? – how? Time words ahora – now antes – before después – after hoy – today ayer – yesterday mañana – tomorrow otra vez - again siempre – always a menudo – often a veces – /


Spanish (and a little French-but mostly Spanish!!) Exploration

wrote about Texas, met Native Americans, and reported about Texas in his book Relación Coronado: Spanish explorer who explored and wrote about the plains of Texas; named/tell a good story? Use your “cabeza” for this one. Spain…yep…still Spain… Coronado, while searching for Cibola, ended up in what we now call Wichita, Kansas. He claimed this and the land in/ efforts made Spain realize how important the area was. Video Time We will watch this video from Discovery Education. Please note how what you /


On the strategies for the formation of long- distance dependencies in subject questions Marcel den Dikken CUNY Graduate Center & Meertens Institute (KNAW)

you think (that) read the book? There is often no simple way of telling whether such senten- ces are produced by native speakers of English or not. / who allow that-trace sequences have the grammar of adult Dutch — for some time (80% of youngest children, 56% of middle group, 17% of oldest)./in Spanish (the lg of the lower clause). But such Spanish-specific functional structure is not licensed in the complement of an English C. Inversion requires functional structure outside IP. So (25) needs inversion in/


Articles Objectives: to be able to tell the difference between “the” and “a”

example: Unos libros unas calculadoras Masculine and Feminine Nouns (1)________ are words that tell you the name of a person, place or thing, e.g. table, book, school. In Spanish, all nouns have a (2)________ – they are either (3)____________ or /(4)___________. It’s important to know which gender a noun is, as this affects other words in the (5)_________. When you learn a new word, try and learn which gender it is at the same time/


Spanish present tense.

– We look, They learn and I open List of regular verbs pasar to pass, to pass on, to spend (time), to happen deber to owe, must, should, ought to quedar to stay, remain hablar to speak llevar to carry,/repetir to repeat servir to serve teñir to color, dye, stain vestir to dress Ser & Estar In Spanish, there are two verbs that can be translated as "to be." These two verbs are ser and/ professor is boring. To tell where something is located right now, use estar. To tell where an event is taking place, use ser.


A new corpus for Spanish Second Language Acquisition Research L. Dominguez, R. Mitchell, M. J. Arche (U. of Southampton), E. Marsden (U. of York), F. Myles.

of tasks by type, elicitation method and genre Task Type ElicitationGenre Modern Times Loch Ness Photos Paired Discussion Clitic Production Clitic Comprehe nsion Word Order SEMI/your brother just tells you that he has got an email from your friend Sue and that he has very good news to tell you. You ask/Mitchell, R, Marsden, E. and Myles, F 2007. “Innovations in Spanish SLA research methodology: introducing the ‘Spanish Learner Language Oral Corpus’”. To be presented at the Hispanic Linguistic Symposium,/


Calentamiento n tell what the following IT words mean u el teclado u el ratón u el escaner u el cajero automático u la RED informática u el correo electrónico.

u la RED informática u el correo electrónico n In a sentence for each, give three electronic devices in Spanish and tell their function u Un lápiz escribe./Los lápices son para escribir. Calentamiento n tell what the following IT words mean u el teclado F / speech. Such contractions do not exist in Spanish. Has leído el informe, ¿verdad? You’ve read the report, right? Sí, lo he leído varias veces. Yes, I’ve read it several times. The past participle used as a verb The verb haber is not interchangeable with /


Verbs, verbs, and nothing but verbs

exam, it is what tells us when the action of the verb happened, its time. Ex. I am not listening right now. (present tense) I came to class late. (past tense) There are seven simple tenses in Spanish. English names Spanish names Present Indicative Imperfect/she had stopped talking. To infinitive and beyond The infinitive is the form of the Spanish verb found in most dictionaries. It is called infinitive because it has no tense, therefore no time. It is translated to + verb Ex. Comer = to eat lloriquear = to /


To be, or not to be? Let’s start out with one of the

And in English? English verbs by themselves don’t carry enough information to tell us who the speaker is talking about: “work in Chicago” is pretty ambiguous! It can mean.. I work in Chicago. You work in Chicago. They work in Chicago. We work in Chicago. Trust me on this one! All Spanish verbs/ es de Nicaragua. Y yo soy de Chicago. Nosotros somos americanos. Uses of the verb SER To tell time To say where a person is from To describe what a person (or thing) is like To describe what a person is (profession) /


Telling Time. Telling time in Spanish is straightforward: It’s 2:00.--Son las dos. It’s 3:00.--Son las tres. It’s 4:00.--Son las cuatro. It’s 5:00--Son.

Telling Time Telling time in Spanish is straightforward: It’s 2:00.--Son las dos. It’s 3:00.--Son las tres. It’s 4:00.--Son las cuatro. It’s 5:00--Son las cinco. Get the answer in your head (or on paper) before clicking for it: It’s 6:00.? Son las seis. It’s 8:00. ? Son las ocho. It’s 11:00. ? Son/


Spanish A Warm-Up Make a list of Spanish words you know already. Make a list of Spanish words you know already. Where or how did you learn these words?

Bye. (i) Bye. (i) See you tomorrow! See you tomorrow! See you soon! See you soon! See you later! See you later! Until next time! Until next time! ¡Adìos! ¡Adìos! ¡Chao! ¡Chao! ¡Hasta mañana! ¡Hasta mañana! ¡Hasta pronto! ¡Hasta pronto! ¡Hasta luego! ¡Hasta luego/- You like –He prefers- He likes In Spanish the verbs change as well. But it changes for each subject that is used. You can tell the subject by what form of verb is used. This is called conjugating. In Spanish the verbs change as well. But it /


Seachd The Inaccessible Pinnacle. Seachd Director: Simon Miller Writers: Simon Miller and Joanne Cockwell. Filmed in 2006 on the Isle of Skye First screened.

with stories, and it wasn’t easy to tell stories from reality. The grand-father The grand-father is also called Aonghas. The beginning of the film shows Aonghas arriving at the hospital in Skye where his grand-father is dying. Aonghas is shown remembering that traumatic time (Christmas) when his parents died. Golden coin chocolates (Spanish Armada?). Suggestion of future choices? The First/


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