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  • 1. Grammar Book Belinda Iruku
  • 2. Table of Contents• 1. Nacionalidades• 2. Stem Changing Verbs• 3. para• 4. Indirect Object Pronouns• 5. Pronoun Placement• 6. Gustar• 7. Affirmative and Negative Words• 8. Superlatives• 9. reflexives• 10. affirmative tu commands + irregulars + pronoun placement• 11. negative tu command + irregulars + pronoun placement• 12. sequencing events
  • 3. e>ie e>i Querer- to want Servir- to serve Pensar- to think Pedir- to ask for Tener- to have Decir- to say or tell Vener- to come o>ue Dormir- to sleep e>ie Jugar- to play Preferir- to preferRecordar- to remember Comenzar- to begin Volver- to return Empezar- to begin Poder- to be able
  • 4. Para For, in order to Indicates purpose or destination PropositionExamples:El regalo para tu mama.Vamos al restuarante para comer.
  • 5. Indirect Object Pronouns
  • 6. Pronoun Placement Attach pronoun to the infinitive. Attach the pronoun to a progressive tense. Place a pronoun before a conjugated verbAttach the pronoun to an affirmative command.
  • 7. Gustar
  • 8. Affirmative and Negative Words• algo- something• alguien- someone• alguno(a)- any• nada- nothing• nadie- no one• ninguno(a)- none• tampaco- neither
  • 9. Los Superlativosísimo Added toísimos adjectives and adverbsísimaísimas very or extremely
  • 10. Reflexives acostarse afeitarse bañarseme nos despertarse dormirse ducharsete os lavarse levantarse maquillarsese se peinarse secarse
  • 11. Affirmative tu commandsdrop the ‘s’ di- decir haz- hacer ve- ir pon- poner sal-salir se-ser ten-tener ven-venir
  • 12. Negative tu commands T no tengas1.put into yo V no vengas form D No des2.change the I no vayas vowel S no seas3.add ‘s’ H no hagas E no estes S no sepas
  • 13. Sequencing EventsPrimero- firstEntonces- thenLuego- thenDespues- afterPor fin- at lastAntes- before
  • 14. Preterite -ar -er/ir-e -amos -í -imos-aste -iste -ó -aron -ió -ieron
  • 15. -car, -gar, -zarIn yo form…-car changes to –qué-gar changes to –gué-zar changes to -cé
  • 16. debo debemosdebes debéis + infinitivedebe deben
  • 17. Modal Verbs -- In modal verb combinations, the second verb is not conjugated, but rather left in infinitive form.Examples:Deber- should; ought to Querer- to wantDesear- to desire Saber- know, know how toNecesitar- to need Soler-usually; used toPoder- can; be able to
  • 18. Present Progressives-ar verbs•-ando-ir or –er verbs•-iendo
  • 19. AdverbsWhen a verb When thereends in e, l, or are twoz, simply add - adverbs in amente to the sentence, onlyend. the second adverb gets - mente on the end.

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