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Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
Ir, dar, estar.
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  • 1.
    • Present tense: Irregular AR verbs
    • Ir, dar & estar
    This material is the property of the AR Dept. of Education. It may be used and reproduced for non-profit, educational purposes only after contacting the ADE Distance Learning Center. RFS
  • 2. Dar means “to give”
    • Dar una fiesta = to give a party
    • (we might say to have a, but Spanish uses dar )
    • Dar un examen/una prueba = to give an exam/quiz
    • Dar un regalo = to give a present
    • Dar un paseo = to take a walk
  • 3. Dar – to give singular plural Dar really isn’t irregular. yo nosotros nosotras tú ustedes usted él ella ellos ellas
  • 4. Dar = to give yo doy nosotros / as damos tú das vosotros / as ustedes dais dan usted da él ella da ellos ellas dan
  • 5. ¿Cómo se dice?
    • The teacher is giving an exam.
    • I am having a party.
    • Santa (Papá Noel) gives lots of presents.
    • They are taking a walk.
    • We are having a party on Saturday.
  • 6. Practicamos con dar un poco más Luis y Ana ________ una fiesta. Yo no _________ muchos regalos. Mi novio y yo ________ un paseo. El profesor _______ una prueba. ¿______ tú una fiesta el viernes? No, yo no __________ una fiesta.
  • 7. “ Ir” is quite possibly the strangest verb in the Spanish language!!! Ir – to go
  • 8. singular plural ir = to go yo voy nosotros nosotras v amos tú v as vosotros ustedes v ais v an usted v a él ella v a ellos ellas v an
  • 9. ¿Qué significa ir ?
    • The verb ir means to go. It is one of the most used and most important verbs in Spanish.
    • In the present tense, it is completely irregular . You just have to learn it!
  • 10. Ir means “to go”
    • ir a pie = to walk
    • ir en coche = to go by car
    • en bicicleta = to go on a bicycle
    • en moto = to go by motorcycle
    • en tren = to go by train
    • ir de compras = to go shopping
  • 11. ¿Dónde vamos?
    • A la fiesta
    • Al colegio
    • Al parque
    • Al cine
    • A Madrid
    • Aquí / allí
    • A clase de español
  • 12. Why do we say, Voy a…?
    • The “a” is added after the Yo voy, tu vas, etc. because usually we say:
    • We go to somewhere OR
    • We are going to do something
    • “ To” is translated as “a”
    • A + el = Al A + los = A los
    • A + la = A la A + las = A las
  • 13. ¿Cómo se dice?
    • I’m going to the party.
    • Are you (3 ways) going to school?
    • Santa (Papá Noel) is going to the North Polo (al Polo Norte) .
    • They are going shopping.
    • How do you (3 ways) go to the game?
    • We go to the park.
    • Where are we going?
  • 14. Practicamos con ir un poco más Charo y Sergio ________ a la fiesta. Yo no _________ a clase hoy. Mi novio y yo ________ en coche. El profesor _______ a pie. Yo no __________ en autobús.
  • 15. estar = to be singular plural The yo form & accents make it irregular yo est oy nosotros nosotras estamos tú est á s vosotros ustedes est á is est á n usted est á él ella est á ellos ellas est á n
  • 16. Estar means “to be”
    • Estar is used when we want to ask or say where someone or something is located.
    • ¿Dónde estás?
    • Los libros están en la mesa (table) .
    • estar en = to be (located) in
    • Yo estoy en Walmart.
    • Los alumnos están en clase.
    location en = in or at location location
  • 17. Estar means “to be”
    • Estar is used when we want to ask how someone is doing (how they are feeling).
    • ¿Cómo estás?
    • Estoy bien, ¿y tú?
    • Estar de vacaciones = to be
    • on vacation
    • La Sra. Sanders está
    • de vacaciones.
    feelings; state of health certain expressions
  • 18. Practicamos un poco más - estar Manolo y Liliana ________ en la fiesta. Yo no _________ en clase hoy. El profesor _______ en el instituto. ¿______ tú en clase de inglés? Yo no __________ en la tienda
  • 19. Algunos verbos del capítulo 4
    • bailar = to dance
    • cantar = to sing
    • dar = to give
    • entrar (en) = to enter
    • enseñar = to teach
    • escuchar = to listen to
    • estar = to be (located)
    • estudiar = to study
    • ir a pie = to walk
    llegar (a) = to arrive mirar = watch prestar = to pay (atención) sacar = to get (una nota) tomar (apuntes) = to take (notes)

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