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Chapter 6 Reciprocal constructions
Chapter 6 Reciprocal constructions
Chapter 6 Reciprocal constructions
Chapter 6 Reciprocal constructions
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Chapter 6 Reciprocal constructions

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A look at reciprocal constructions. Also a look at professions (vocabulary)

A look at reciprocal constructions. Also a look at professions (vocabulary)

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  • 1. Ninth edition Capítulo 6 La vida diariaDicho y hecho This chapter is seriously over-packed with grammar: so SPEND TIME on this one!! Read the Grammar Notes. PRACTICE! Copyright © 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 2. Así se forma 2: Reciprocal constructionsEnglish uses the phrases each other and one another to expressreciprocal actions: They love each other/one another. Spanish usesthe pronouns nos and se, accompanied by the corresponding verbforms, to express reciprocal or mutual actions.Linda y Manuel se llaman Linda and Manuel call eachmucho. other a lot.Claudia, Juana y yo nos Claudia, Juana and I know oneconocemos bien. another well. Copyright © 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 3. Práctica: Reciprocal constructionsPiensa en un/a amigo/a y contesta las siguientes preguntas sobreese/a amigo/a y tú.• ¿Cómo se comunican? ¿Se llaman por teléfono? ¿Se mandan mensajes eléctrónicos o mensajes de texto por teléfono?• ¿Se encuentran frecuentemente? ¿Dónde?• ¿Se cuentan (tell) sus problemas? ¿Se cuentan secretos?• ¿Se ayudan con sus estudios?• ¿Qué cosas se prestan? ¿Dinero, ropa, CD…?• ¿Se hacen reír (make each other laugh)?• ¿Se enojan (get upset) a veces también? Copyright © 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 4. Notice that with reciprocal“each other” expressions thesubject and verb must beplural:Los dos hombres se dan lamano.OrEduardo y yo nos damos lamano.
  • 5. Se abrazan Se miran o se ven Se besanSe llaman por teléfono Se aman
  • 6. Así se dice: Algunas profesiones Use “médico/a” when referring to the profession: I need a doctor. “Necesito un médico.” “Doctor/a” is a title: Te presento al doctor Gómez. Copyright © 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 7. Así se dice: Algunas profesiones Copyright © 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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