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  • Welcome to the Module 9 Review Session with Sra Medina! In this module you learned airport vocabulary…
  • Please review the airport vocabulary by clicking on the Lección tabs throughout the module. You can open and print the vocabulary lists at the bottom of each Lección tab. Pause the presentation and see if you can put these sentences in the order of which you do them, 1 being the first step and 7 the last.
  • Let’s see how you did!...
  • Now for some grammar. The progressive tense is like using the –ing suffix in English. You use the present tense of estar to tell that the action is happening. You use the imperfect tense of estar to tell that the action was happening. There are two steps to forming the progressive tense. First, you need a helping verb. In general, we use estar as the helping verb. Then we add the gerund –ando for an –ar verb and –iendo for an –er/-ir verb. Here are two examples…
  • Watch out for the irregular spellings of some verbs! The following verbs have a modified stem change… Verbs that have a vowel before the –er or –ir ending, such as creer, leer, and construir, will end in –yendo.
  • We use acabar in the present tense + de + infinitive to say that something has just taken place and we use acabar in the imperfect tense + de + infinitive to say that something had just taken place. Here are some examples…
  • We use the hace…que time construction to tell either for how long something has been in progress or how long ago something happened. Here are some examples using the present tense to indicate how long something has been happening.
  • Here are some examples using the preterite tense to indicate how long ago something happened.
  • I hope that helped you review the Module 9 concepts. Please call your instructor if you need more assistance. Buena suerte en el examen!

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  • ¡Bienvenidos al Repaso de Módulo 9! *airport vocabulary *progressive tense *acabar de *hace…que
  • _____ Espero en fila para pasar por la puerta de seguridad._____ Me acomodo en el asiento._____ El avión despega._____ Facturo las maletas en el mostrador de la línea aérea._____ Llego al aeropuerto para mi vuelo._____ Subo al avión._____ Paso por la puerta de embarque.
  • __3__ Espero en fila para pasar por la puerta de seguridad.__6__ Me acomodo en el asiento.__7__ El avión despega.__2__ Facturo las maletas en el mostrador de la línea aérea.__1__ Llego al aeropuerto para mi vuelo.__5__ Subo al avión.__4__ Paso por la puerta de embarque.
  • The Progressive Tense Step 1: estar (present or imperfect tense) Step 2: -ando/-iendoExample 1: I am eating dinner. (comer – er + iendo = comiendo) Yo estoy comiendo la cena.Example 2: Michael was watching TV. (mirar – ar + ando = mirando) Miguel estaba mirando la tele.
  • Irregulars!*Some verbs have a modified stem change:dormir yo duermo yo estoy durmiendopedir yo pido yo estoy pidiendosentir yo siento yo estoy sintiendo*Verbs that have a vowel before the –er or –irending, such as creer, leer, and construir, will end in–yendo.Example: Estoy leyendo un libro.
  • acabar + de + infinitive*El avión acaba de aterrizar.The plane has just landed.*Los García acaban de llegar al aeropuerto.The Garcias have just arrived at theairport.*Tú acababas de salir cuando empezó allover. You had just left when it started raining.
  • hace + period of time + que + verb…*Hace seis horas que estamos en el vuelo. We have been on the flight for six hours.*Hace dos días que viajo por España. I have been traveling in Spain for two days.*Hace veinte minutos que espero en fila. I have been waiting in line for 20 minutes.
  • *Hace una semana que estuve enMéxico. I was in Mexico a week ago.*Hace un mes que tuve la gripe. I had the flu a month ago.*Hace tres días que fui al cine. I went to the movies three days ago.