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Etapa Preliminar Vocabulario 1
Objectivos de hoy Greeting and saying goodbye
Asking for and telling someone’s name
Parte 1:Saludos y Despedidas
Copy the vocabulary words for Spanish greetings and goodbyes on your flashcards. Be ready for a POP Quiz this week. Saludos Despedidas ¡Hola! Adiós Buenos días. Hasta luego. Buenas tardes. Hasta mañana. Buenas noches. Nos vemos.
Buenos días Buenas tardes. Buenas noches.
Saludos (Greetings): Hola. Hello Buenos días Good morning Buenas tardes. Good afternoon. Buenas noches. Good night/evening
A. Buenos días How would you greet a friend at these times? 8:00 p.m.
10:45 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. Anytime 9:00 p.m.
Adiós. Hasta luego. Hasta mañana. Nos vemos.
Despedidas (goodbyes): Adiós. Goodbye Hasta luego. See you (until) later. Hasta mañana. See you (until) tomorrow. Nos vemos. See you.
B. Hasta Mañana Use different expressions to say good-bye to these people. Ana Señor Ruiz Señora Díaz Alfredo
Greet and say good-bye to a partner, according to these situations….
Para Practicar Now let’s practice! You have one minute to: Greet and say good-bye to a partner, according to these situations….
Para Practicar Greet each other in the afternoon. You will see each other tomorrow. Be ready to share with the class.
Para Practicar Greet each other in the evening. You don’t expect to see each other anytime soon.
Greet each other in the morning. You will see each other later today.
Para Practicar Greet each other in the morning. You will see each other later today.
Parte 2: Presentaciones
Copy this vocabulary onto your flashcards. These are phrases to ask for and say someone’s name. I will include the direct meaning of the words, along with the translation so that you understand exactly what you are saying. “Meaning” and “translation” are a little different. Think about how many different translations there are of the Bible in English?
el nombre first name el apellido last name
¿Cómo te llamas? A Notar Translation: What’s your name?
Means: How do you call yourself? Translation: What’s your name? A Notar People also use: ¿Cuál es tu nombre? Means: Which is your name? This will not be used in this class. However, you will hear this, so I wanted to introduce it to you.
Me llamo Juan. Mi nombre es Juan. Means: I call myself Juan.
translation: My name is Juan Mi nombre es Juan. My name is Juan This will also not be used in this class. However, you will hear this, so I wanted to introduce it to you too.
¿Cómo se llama el chico/la chica?
Means: How does the boy/girl call themselves? Translation: What’s his/her name? El chico se llama Alejandro. Means: He calls himself Alejandro. His name is Alejandro. La chica se llama Carmen. Means: She calls herself Carmen. Translation: Her name is Carmen.
Translation: Nice to meet you.
Encantado(a) Translation: Nice to meet you. Mucho gusto Means: Much pleasure.
Means: The pleasure is mine.
Es un placer. Means: It’s a pleasure. El gusto es mío. Means: The pleasure is mine.
Translation: Likewise/Same to you
Igualmente. Meaning: Equally. Translation: Likewise/Same to you
Para Practicar Get with a partner and practice speaking a conversation using the following outline. Be ready to share with the class. Greet each other Ask for each other’s name Each of you tell your name Say that it is nice to meet each other Say goodbye
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