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  • 1. Español I – Sr. Johnston miércoles, el catorce de noviembre del 2012
  • 2. Para empezar Entreguen la tarea (Turn in homework)  Due: Thursday Hoja de trabajo (Worksheet): los verbos –ar  Duración: 15 minutos ¡Vamos al círculo!  Repaso de Para empezar  ¡Charadas!  Duración: 15 minutos.
  • 3. *Notas: Los verbos nuevos (-ar)ayudar en casa - to help at homecaminar - to walkcantar - to singcocinar - to cookdescansar - to restdesear (+inf.) - to desire; to wishdibujar - to drawenseñar - to teachescuchar (música) - to listen (to music) hablar - to talk; to speakestudiar - to study mirar - to look (at); to watch nadar - to swim necesitar (+inf.) - to need tocar la guitarra - to play the guitar practicar deportes - to play sports tomar - to take; to drink trabajar - to work usar la computadora – to use the computer viajar - to travel
  • 4. *Notas
  • 5. *Notas When two verbs are used together with no change of subject, the second verb is generally in the infinitive. To make a sentence negative in Spanish, the word no is placed before the conjugated verb. In this case, no means not.
  • 6. *Notas Spanish speakers often omit subject pronouns because the verb endings indicate who the subject is. In Spanish, subject pronouns are used for emphasis, clarification, or contrast.Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All 2.1-6rights reserved.

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