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  • 1. (from dialogue and reading) 1. How are you? 2. Where's she now? 3. She's in Cali with her family. 4. She's in the first year of high school. 5. That's a nice city. 6. It is very warm. 7. That's what she say. 8. They are quite happy there 9. Where does she study? 10. She studies in an American school with her brother Charles.. 11. He's a real nice guy. 12. I am glad. 13. You are fine. 14. We are very happy. 15. This city is beautiful. 16. They are very good students. 17. I'm in the first year of high school. 18. Their school is near our home. 19. We take the school bus every day. 20. We eat lunch in the school cafeteria. 21. We come home at four o'clock 22. My mother is sick. 23. She has trouble with her teeth. 24. They send you greetings. 25. Give my regards to your parents.
    COMMENTS a) Who always refers to person. Who's Mary? b) English uses one verb, to be for our two verbs, ser and estar. c) Use ordinal numbers with dates and streets, v.gr. sixteenth of September, eight street. d) Adjectives precede nouns. Intensifiers precede adjectives, v.gr. good boy, very good boy. e) The words my, your, her his, its, our, their, agree with the possessor and not with the nouns they modify. Notice the difference: - This is his book. (John's book) - This is her book. (Mary's book)