Unidad 5: El Tiempo Libre
Vocabulario Nuevo, Ir Future, Verbs Like Gustar
¿Preguntas? ~ Questions

When did you attend (provide date and time)?

Who was the teacher/presenter?

What did you cov...
Vocabulario Nuevo
Vocabulario Nuevo
Jugar = to play
Jugar (o>ue) = to play a
sport or game
Juego = I play a sport or game
Juegas = you play a sport or game
Ju...
¿Qué juegas?

el fútbol

el fútbol americano

el béisbol

el básquetbol/baloncesto

el vóleibol

el golf

el tenis
...
Gustar = to like

Me = Me

Te = You

Le = Him, her or it

Nos = Us

Les = Them or y'all
Gustar Examples
Me gusta la pizza = I like pizza.
Te gusta el béisbol= You like
baseball.
Le gusta la clase de español =
H...
Gustar Examples
If you like two things (plural)
use:
Me gustan las pizzas. = I like
the pizzas.
Te gustan nuestros amigos....
Encantar, Interesar, Aburrir
& Disgustar

Encantar = to love

Interesar = to interest

Aburrir = to bore

Disgustar = ...
Encantar Examples
Me encantan las pizzas. = I
love the pizzas.
Te encantan nuestros amigos. =
You really like our friends....
Aburrir Examples
If two or more things (plural) are
boring, use aburren:
Me aburren las fiestas. = .
Parties are boring to...
Gustar with Other Verbs
When saying I like to do
something using a 2nd verb
with gustar, never conjugate
the 2nd verb.
Exa...
A Señor Hall le encanta.....

Me encanta surfear.

Me encantan las olas
de Australia.

Me encanta el español.

Me enca...
Ir = To Go
Yo voy = I go
• Tú vas = you
go
• El/ella/usted va
= he/she goes
• nosotros vamos =
we go
• vosotros váis =
yal...
Ir + a + infinitive= Going to..…
• In your sentences you need an “a”
between voy/va and the place you are
going to or the ...
Ir + a + infinitive=
Going to do something
Yo voy a escuchar música = I am going to listen to
music
• Tú vas a cantar = Yo...
Ir + a + infinitive = Going to..…
• We are going to memorize?
• They are going to speak?
• I am going to watch a
• movie?
...
¿Preguntas? ~ Questions

When did you attend (provide date and time)?

Who was the teacher/presenter?

What did you cov...
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Unidad 5 ~ El tiempo libre

  1. 1. Unidad 5: El Tiempo Libre Vocabulario Nuevo, Ir Future, Verbs Like Gustar
  2. 2. ¿Preguntas? ~ Questions  When did you attend (provide date and time)?  Who was the teacher/presenter?  What did you cover/learn? (You should include a complete copy of your notes with at least 10 specific things discussed/covered.)  What do you still have questions about? (You should always have questions, so do NOT put "none.")  What do you need to work on/improve? (This should be specific, regarding at least one thing that was discussed in the session.)  How do you plan to improve in the area/s listed above? (Again, be as specific as possible.)  How can I (your teacher) help you? (Again, be as specific as possible.) Please use COMPLETE SENTENCES in your responses and submit this at the bottom of the RSS Assignment page.
  3. 3. Vocabulario Nuevo
  4. 4. Vocabulario Nuevo
  5. 5. Jugar = to play Jugar (o>ue) = to play a sport or game Juego = I play a sport or game Juegas = you play a sport or game Juega = he or she plays a sport or game Jugamos = we play a sport or game Jugáis = yall play a sport or game Juegan = they play a sport or game Notice how the o changes to an ue (o>ue) for all forms but nosotros and vosotros. Other than that it has all the normal -ar verb endings. Remember when jugar is followed by the name of a sport, it is always followed by "a". Example: Juego a los deportes. Juego al tenis. Juego al voleibol.
  6. 6. ¿Qué juegas?  el fútbol  el fútbol americano  el béisbol  el básquetbol/baloncesto  el vóleibol  el golf  el tenis  el hockey  los videoguegos  los naipes o las cartas Preguntas ¿ Juegas al fútbol? No. Yo no juego al fútbol.
  7. 7. Gustar = to like  Me = Me  Te = You  Le = Him, her or it  Nos = Us  Les = Them or y'all
  8. 8. Gustar Examples Me gusta la pizza = I like pizza. Te gusta el béisbol= You like baseball. Le gusta la clase de español = He/she/it likes Spanish. Nos gusta la escuela= We like school. Les gusta la vacación = They like the vacation.
  9. 9. Gustar Examples If you like two things (plural) use: Me gustan las pizzas. = I like the pizzas. Te gustan nuestros amigos. = You like our friends. Le gustan las clases de español. = He/she/it likes the Spanish classes. Nos gustan los estudiantes. = We like the students. Les gustan las vacaciones. = They like the vacations.
  10. 10. Encantar, Interesar, Aburrir & Disgustar  Encantar = to love  Interesar = to interest  Aburrir = to bore  Disgustar = to Disgust or hate  Disney's Enchanted Kingdom  Interersar = Cognate  Dis = Not (Dis)gustar = Not (like)
  11. 11. Encantar Examples Me encantan las pizzas. = I love the pizzas. Te encantan nuestros amigos. = You really like our friends. Le encantan las clases de español. = He/she/it loves the Spanish classes. Nos encantan los estudiantes. = We love the students. Les encantan las vacaciones. = They really like the vacations. Encantar Encantar
  12. 12. Aburrir Examples If two or more things (plural) are boring, use aburren: Me aburren las fiestas. = . Parties are boring to me. Te aburren nuestros amigos. = Our friends are boring to you. Le aburren las clases de español. = The Spanish classes are boring you him/her. Nos aburren los estudiantes. = The students are boring to us. Les aburren las vacaciones. = Aburrir Aburren
  13. 13. Gustar with Other Verbs When saying I like to do something using a 2nd verb with gustar, never conjugate the 2nd verb. Examples: Me gusta escuchar música todos los días. = I like to listen to music every day. Me gusta jugar fútbol por la tarde. = I like to play soccer in the afternoon. Me gusta hablar el español. The 2nd verbs escuchar, jugar, and llevar in the above sentences are NOT conjugated; they end in r. In Spanish you do not need to conjugate the second verb if the subject (person doing the action in the sentence) does not change. DO NOT SAY Me gusta escucho música todos los días. = I like to listen to music every day. Me gusta juego fútbol por la tarde. = I like to play soccer in the afternoon. That is MADNESS!!!!!!!!!!
  14. 14. A Señor Hall le encanta.....  Me encanta surfear.  Me encantan las olas de Australia.  Me encanta el español.  Me encanta la cultura española.  Me encantan los tacos.  Me encanta leer los libros de historia.  Me gusta hablar español.
  15. 15. Ir = To Go Yo voy = I go • Tú vas = you go • El/ella/usted va = he/she goes • nosotros vamos = we go • vosotros váis = yall go • ellos/ellas/ustedes van = they go 1. We go? 2. You go? 3. I Go? 4. They go? 5. He goes? 6. She goes? 7. It goes? 8. Y’all go?
  16. 16. Ir + a + infinitive= Going to..… • In your sentences you need an “a” between voy/va and the place you are going to or the verb. Always use “a” after ir when going to a place or going to do something. The “a” = to in English. • Example: • Yo voy a la biblioteca. • Vamos a comer los tacos.
  17. 17. Ir + a + infinitive= Going to do something Yo voy a escuchar música = I am going to listen to music • Tú vas a cantar = You are going to sing • Ella va a escribir = She is going to write • Nosotros vamos a comer = We are going to eat • Ustedes van a cantar = They are going to sing
  18. 18. Ir + a + infinitive = Going to..… • We are going to memorize? • They are going to speak? • I am going to watch a • movie? • She is going to clean the • house? • They are going to read? • He is going to pay attention? • You are going to ? • Y’all are going to play the • guitar? • Ver una película = to watch a movie • Patintar = to skate • Hablar = to speak • Tocar la guitarra = to play the guitar • Cocinar = to cook • Limpiar la casa = to clean the house • Beber = to drink • Leer = to read • Memorizar = to memorize • Prestar atención = to pay attention • Vivir = to live
  19. 19. ¿Preguntas? ~ Questions  When did you attend (provide date and time)?  Who was the teacher/presenter?  What did you cover/learn? (You should include a complete copy of your notes with at least 10 specific things discussed/covered.)  What do you still have questions about? (You should always have questions, so do NOT put "none.")  What do you need to work on/improve? (This should be specific, regarding at least one thing that was discussed in the session.)  How do you plan to improve in the area/s listed above? (Again, be as specific as possible.)  How can I (your teacher) help you? (Again, be as specific as possible.) Please use COMPLETE SENTENCES in your responses and submit this at the bottom of the RSS Assignment page.
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