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  • Welcome to the Module 7 Review Session with Sra Medina! In this module you learned new vocabulary, how to form commands and how to use double object pronouns in sentences.
  • Our final type of command is the tú command. We use these when speaking with our friends or people we know well. The tricky part is that the affirmative tu command is conjugated one way while the negative another. Let’s look at the affirmative tu commands first—look across the top of your chart. The affirmative tu command is the same form of the verb as the present tense third person, in other words, the el/ella form. … Now for the negative tu commands—look across the middle of the chart. These are done the same way as the other commands we first looked at. Put the verb in the yo form, change to o to an E for –ar verbs and to an A for –er/-ir verbs and this time add an –s. … Now pause the presentation and answer the questions at the bottom of the chart.
  • Time to check your answers! First we have two affirmative commands. Escuchar is an –ar verb so the third person is escucha. Escribir is an –ir verb so the third person is escribe. Now for the negative examples… Put escuchar in the yo form and then change the o to an E and add s…no escuches. Finally, put escribir in the yo form and change the o to an A and add s…no escribas.
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    1. ¡Bienvenidos al Repaso de Módulo 7! *vocabulary *commands *double object pronouns
    2. Ud. & Uds. Command Endings:-Ar verbs -Er and –Ir verbs Change to: :Ud. = a Ud. = eUds. = an Uds. = en
    3. Step one: Conjugate verb in the YO form: escuchar escucho escribir escribo beber beboStep Two: Take off O and change to opposite verb: IR/ER e, en AR a, an escucho escuche or escuchen escribo escriba or escriban bebo beba or beban
    4. WHY put it in the YO form first ??? Because there are a lot of “irregulars”, “go verbs” and “stem changing” verbs! UGH!Examples:Pensar pienso piense / piensenencontrar encuentro encuentre / encuentrenDormir duermo duerma / duerman ¡piense! Think! ¡Duermen! Sleep! “encuentren el perro.” Find the dog!
    5. The “Go Verbs” – Verbs that end in GO in the YO form, end in ga or gan in the Ud./Uds. commands.Salir – to go out salgo salga / salganVenir – to come vengo venga / venganPoner – to put pongo ponga / ponganTener – to have tengo tenga / tenganHacer – to do/make hago haga / haganTraer – to bring traigo traiga / traigan Salga. = “ go out” Vengan acá. = “You all come here” Traigan los libros. = “bring the books” Haga la tarea. = “Do the homework” Pongan los papeles aquí. = “Put the papers here”
    6. The Negative Ud. / Uds. Commands:-You just put a “no” in front. Haga Ud. el trabajo. No haga el trabajo.Coma Ud. la cena. No coma la cena. Beban Uds. la leche. No beban la leche.
    7. Spelling Changes: In order to maintain their originalsound, the verbs that end in: CAR, GAR – change: OJO: Please print: 7.05 Estructuras Tab.CAR - Ex: tocar - yo toco no toce = (no, toe – say) So in order to maintain the K sound, you change it to: toque or No toque la guitarra. = Dont play the guitarGAR - Ex: llegar - yo llego no llege = (No, yea hay) So in order to maintain the GA sound, you change it to: lleguen - No lleguen tarde. = Dont arrive late.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No practique la música. Dont practice the music. No juegue al tenis ahora. Dont play tennis now.
    8. Formal (Usted) commands.1. _______________ Ud. 2. No _________________ Ud.3. __________________Uds. 4. No ___________________ Uds.5. __________________ Ud. 6. No ___________________ Ud.7. ________________ Uds. 8. No ___________________ Uds. Beber, comer, bailar, dormir
    9. “Nosotros” Commands:• To say: “Let’s eat” OR “Let’s dance”• These are just like the Ud./Uds. Except they end in -mos.• Ar verbs end in: emos & Ir / er verbs end in: -amos Example of Regular verbs: bailar bailamos bailemos comer comemos comamos escribir escribimos escribamos• Stem changing Do NOT change in the nosotros command: pensar (pienso) pensamos pensemos
    10. Nosotros Commands Cont’:•Spelling changes apply: Examples: tocar tocamos toquemos jugar jugamos juguemos•“go verbs” are the same as Ud. Command, except theyend in –mos. Examples: Hacer hago hagamos poner pongo pongamos salir salgo salgamos
    11. Negative “Nosotros” Commands Just add “NO” in front! No comamos la pizza No hablemos por teléfono No pongamos la tele. No dormamos
    12. Let’s practice:• What is the affirmative “nosotros” command of: 1. Mirar: ___________________ 2. poner: ___________________• What is the negative “nosotros” command of: 1. dormir: __________________ 2. estudiar: _________________
    13. Affirmative “TU” Commands:• The regular TU commands are the exact same as the 3rd person singular present tense• That is the él, ella, Ud. form.Hablar habla comer come escribir escribeBailar baila dormir duerme vive vive----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ¡juega! = play! come = eat! Escribe = write
    14. Negative “TU” Commands:They are exactly like the Ud. / Uds. Commands except you add an SStep one: Conjugate verb in the YO form: pensar pienso dormir duermo beber beboStep Two: Take off O and change to opposite verb: IR/ER es AR as pienso No pienses duermo No duermas bebo No bebas
    15. Informal Tú Commands affirmative -ar verbs -er/-ir verbs Limpia el cuarto. Come las frutas. Cierra la puerta. Bebe la leche. negative -arverbs -er/-ir verbs No limpies el cuarto. No comas las frutas. No cierres la puerta. No bebas la leche.What is the affirmative tú command of escuchar?What is the affirmative tú command of escribir?What is the negative tú command of escuchar?What is the negative tú command of escribir?
    16. Irregular “TU” Commands:Of course the “Go Verbs” – are irregular. Affirmative Negative• Salir – to go out sal no salgas• Venir – to come ven no vengas• Poner – to put pon no pongas• Tener – to have ten no tengas• Hacer – to do/make haz no hagas• Traer – to bring trae no traigas*** Just take off the GO****
    17. Informal (Tú) commands.1. _______________la puerta. 2. No_______________la puerta.3. _______________en la casa. 4. No_____________en la clase.5. _______________con cuidado. 6. No_______________rápido.7. _______________la tele. 8. No _________________la tele. (Abrir, dormir, manejar, mirar)
    18. This is how you’ll see it on the exam:1. What is the affirmative tú command ofescuchar? escucha2. What is the affirmative tú command ofescribir? escribe3. What is the negative tú command of escuchar? no escuches4. What is the negative tú command of escribir? no escribas
    19. Direct Object Pronouns:The object that directly receives the action of the verb isthe direct object. It answers the question: WHAT?(Or WHO ?)Ex: Sofia ate the apples.WHAT did Sofia eat? The apples.Scott watches TV.WHAT did Scott watch? The TV.
    20. It can be a person:I see Maria.Who do I see? MariaAndrea saw Hannah. Andrea saw HER.I know Mark & Paul. I know THEM.My mom saw Joe and I. My mom saw US.
    21. Direct Object Pronouns in Eng/Spanish: Singular Plural 1stperson (me) ME (us) NOS 2ndperson (You) TE (you) OS 3rdperson (him/her) LO / LA LOS / LAS (them)
    22. Replacing the “object” with a PRONOUN In English we would replace it with “IT” or “THEM” and we put the Object Pronoun AFTER the verb:Ex: Sofia ate the apples. Sofia ate them. Scott watches TV. Scott watches it.
    23. Replacing the “object” with a PRONOUNIn Spanish you put the Object Pronoun BEFORE the verb: Ex: Sofia comió las manzanas. Sofia LAS comió. Scott mira la Tele. Scott LA mira. Lo La Los Las
    24. Indirect ObjectsThe indirect object answers the question "To whom?" or "For whom?" the action of the verb is performed. He gives María the book. To whom does he give the book? To María. IO=María He buys me flowers. For whom does he buy the flowers? For me. IO=me So, these *mostly* have to do with people.
    25. Indirect Object Pronouns: Singular Plural 1st ME (for me) NOS (for us)person TE (for you) (familiar) OS (for yall) 2ndperson LE (for you) (formal) LES (for you all) 3rdperson LE (for him/her) LES (for them)
    26. Ejemplo: Lavo la ropa para tí. TE lavo la ropa. Ella compra los juguetes a sus hijos. Ella LES compra los juguetes.
    27. Object Pronouns Con’t.Michael gave the book to Mary. Direct Indirect Lo Me -- me Los Te -- you La Le -- him/her Las Nos -- us Os --- yall Les -- them, you * Para mí = for me all (Uds.) * para ti = for you (tú)
    28. Replacing ObjectPronouns Michael gave the book to Mary. Michael gave it to her.1. BOTH go before the verb -- Michael _____ ______ dio.2. The object referring to the person (Mary) goes first. Mary = le book = lo Michael le lo dio.
    29. ¡OJO!You cannot have 2 pronouns together that start with the letter LIf so, the first becomes “SE”.3. Michael le lo dio. **Michael se lo dio.**
    30. examples: 1. She buys them them. Ella se los compra. El anillo 2. He buys you it. Te lo compra.3. They wrote it for us. Una carta Nos la escribieron.
    31. Read the following statement and then decide which ofthe choices is correct.Ellos escribieron la carta a mi.a. Ellos te la escribieron .b. Ellos nos lo escribieron .c. Ellos me la escribieron .d. Ellos se lo escribieron .
    32. Read the following statement and then decide which ofthe choices is correct. Juan mandó el regalo a mi abuela. a. Juan se la mandó. b. Juan me lo mandó. c. Juan se lo mandó. d. Juan te la mandó.
    33. Read the following statement and then decide which ofthe choices is correct. Yo leo los libros a mi hermana. a. Nos los leo. b. Me los leo. c. Se lo leo. d. Se los leo.
    34. Read the following statement and then decide which ofthe choices is correct. Compraron la casa a nosotros. a. Nos la compraron. b. Me la compraron. c. Se lo compraron. d. Nos lo compraron.
    35. Review the vocabulary.Be prepared to write about what happens in aDoctor’s office or in the hospital.Know:Me,te, le dueleEl estómago, la cabeza, el tobilloSala de emergencia/radiografíael hospital, el médico,Silla de ruedasEstar enfermo/ aTomar la medicinaTener tosUna inyecciónLa gripeel resfriado
    36. Questions? ¿Preguntas?

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