Liliana Smoot      3rd    Linares
E-IE                       O-UE                          E-I         Queiro         Queremos            Cuento    Contamos...
This form is really only used in Spain. Inother Spanish speaking countries, youwould drop down and use “le”.
GUSTA                                    A mi= me gustame         nos                      A ti= te gustate          os   ...
Negatives:      Affirmatives:                                                 •Nada-nothing    •Algo-something            ...
Malo<malìsimo                          Muchas<muchìsimas                          Difìcil<defìsimo                        ...
Drop the ‘s’                positiveTu Commands     negative     1.Put into ‘yo’ form                               2.Chan...
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Grammar book

  1. 1. Liliana Smoot 3rd Linares
  2. 2. E-IE O-UE E-I Queiro Queremos Cuento Contamos Pido Pedimos ContarQuerer Quieras Quereìs Cuentas Contaìs Pides Pedìs Pedir Quiere Quieren Cuenta Cuentan Pide Piden Pienso Pensamos Puedo Podemos Sirvo ServimosPensar Poder Piensas Pensaìs Puedes Podeìs Sirves Servìs Piensa Piensan Puede Pueden Sirve Sirven Vengo Venimos Vuelvo Volvemos Volver Vienes Venìs Vuelves Volveìs Notice the “we” form and theVenir “you all” form do not change. Viene Vienen Vuelve Vuelven Tengo Tenemos Duermo Dormimos In the “yo” form of venir and DormirTener Tienes Teneìs Duermes Dormìs tener, a G is added. Tiene Tienen Duerme Duermen
  3. 3. This form is really only used in Spain. Inother Spanish speaking countries, youwould drop down and use “le”.
  4. 4. GUSTA A mi= me gustame nos A ti= te gustate os A Ud./el/ ella = le gustale les A nosotros= nos gusta Gustar Singular: Gustan antes plural: Me gusta el boligrafo. Me gustan los boligrafos.Gusta antes de un infinitive: Me gusta hablar Espanol. Negative Phrase: “No ___ Gusta”
  5. 5. Negatives: Affirmatives: •Nada-nothing •Algo-something •Nadie-none •Alguien- someone •Ningun/ninguno(a)-none,•Algun/alguno(a)- same not any •Siempre-always •Nunca-never •Tambien-too •Tampoco-neither,either Alguno and Ninguno have to match the gender of the noun they are replacing. In the masculine form of a singular noun, they change.
  6. 6. Malo<malìsimo Muchas<muchìsimas Difìcil<defìsimo Rico<riquìsimoJoven<jovencìsimo Larga<larguìsima -ìsimoTrabajador<trabajadorcìsimo Feliz<felicìsmo -ìsimos -ìsima -ìsimas C,g,zqu,gu,c N,rcìsimo
  7. 7. Drop the ‘s’ positiveTu Commands negative 1.Put into ‘yo’ form 2.Change vowel irregulars 3. Add ‘s’ Ar Verbs- Decir-di Hacer-haz AE Ir-ve Ser-se EA Poner-pon Venir-ven Tener-ten Salir-sal
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