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ser estar 1. This city is beautiful 1. She is in Cali 2. Cali is beautiful 2. I am glad 3. They are very good students 3. You are fine 4. He's a friend of Rose 4. We are very happy 5. She is the daughter of Mr. and 5. My mother is sick Mrs Fisher Formulas for greetings and parting (saludos y despedidas) greetings leave-takings Hello! How are you? Good bye. Good night. Fine , thanks. How are you? So long. Fine, thank you See you later. I'll see you later. Good morning. Good afternoon. Till tomorrow. Good evening. I'll see you. How are you doing? Pretty well, thank you. How do you do, Mr. Mendez How do you do, Mr. Jimenez Ordinal numbers First: I'm in the first year of high school. Second: He's in the second year. Third: This is the third man in the school Fourth: She is in the fourth grade. Fifth: This is my fifth year in school. Sixth: The sixth question is very difficult. seventh: My desk is the seventh in this row. eighth: Today is September the eighth. Ninth: My birthday is on September ninth. Tenth: Your birthday is on the tenth of July The subject pronouns I, you, he, she, it, we you, they 1. Rose and Charlie go to an American school. They go to an American school. 2. Richard and I are friends. We are friends. 3. Johnny is a good student. He is a good student 4. My mother is sick. She is sick. 5. You and Charlie are good students. You are good students. 6. Cali is beautiful. It is beautiful. 7. Cali is very warm. It is very warm. My, your, his, her, its, our, your, their. 1. Rose and Charlie go to American school. 2. Your name is Charles Fisher. 3. His school is far from home. 4. She has trouble with her teeth. 5. I like Cali but its weather is very hot. 6. Our teacher is nice. 7. Your school is near home. 8. Their teacher is very nice. Who, what, where, when. 1. Rosemarie is in Cali. Where's Rosemarie? 2. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher. Who's she? 3. The teacher is Mr. Lamb Who's the teacher? 4. His last name is Lamb. What's his last name? 5. He's a teacher. What's he? 6. The cafeteria is on the ground floor. Where's the cafeteria? 7. His birthday is today. When is his birthday? Observe the word order in these sentences: 1. I am glad I am very glad 2. He is nice He is very nice He is a nice guy He is a very nice guy He is a real nice guy 3. They are students They are good students They are very good students. 4. They are happy. They are very happy. They are quite happy. They are quite happy there. They are quite happy in Cali. 5. We take the school bus everyday. We take the school bus at 8:00 a.m. Near, far from, away. 1. Their school is near our house. It is two blocks from our house. It is two blocks away. 2. Our school is far from our house. It is two miles from our house. It is two miles away. EXERCISE: 1. Do you ever go to the movies? Yes, I sometime go to the movies. 2. Does she ever dance with you? Yes, she often dances with me. 3. Do your sisters sometimes go to the movies? No, they rarely (seldom) go to the movies. 4. Do you always enjoy eating in this restaurant? Yes, I always enjoy eating in this restaurant. 5. Do North Americans usually drink much coffee? Yes, North Americans usually drink much coffee. 6. Don't they usually have dinner at noon? No, they don't usually have dinner at noon. 7. Don´t you always dance at the parties? No, I don't always dance at the parties. 8. Don't you ever visit your grandparents? Yes, I sometimes visit my grandparents. 9. Don't you ever try to be on time for class? No, I never try to be on time for class. 10. Doesn't your aunt ever go to the movies? No, she never goes to the movies.