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  • 1. La familia
  • 2. Los abuelos la nieta la abuelael abuelo
  • 3. los gemelos
  • 4. los padresel padre → la madre ← la hija el hijo
  • 5. el hijo único
  • 6. la hija única
  • 7. los hijos
  • 8. el tíoel primo la prima la tía
  • 9. No es su hijo, es su sobrino.
  • 10. Vocabulario:La familia Lea Gramática C.1el abuelo / la abuela los abuelos(grandfather/grandmother) (grandparents)el gemelo / la gemela (twin)el hijo / la hija (son / daughter)los hijos (sons; sons and daughters; children)la madre (mother)el padre (father)los padres (parents)el hijo único / la hija única(only child; only son / only daughter)
  • 11. La familia C.1 el nieto / la nieta (grandson / granddaughter) el primo / la prima (cousin) el sobrino / la sobrina (nephew / niece) el tío / la tía (uncle / aunt) Las personas solteras llevan el apellido de su padre y el apellido de su madre.
  • 12. C.1 La familia Saucedo (Parte 1) Expressing possession: The verb tener tener (to have)(yo) tengo I have(tú) tienes You (inf.sing) have You (pol.sing) have;(usted, él/ella) tiene he/she has(nosotros/as) tenemos We have You ( Spain) have(vosotros/as) tenéis(ustedes, tienen You (pl.) have; they haveellos/as)
  • 13. Irregular verbs: ser and tener Ser (to be) and tener (to have) are irregular verbs The endings are regular, but the stem changes (tengo, tienen) The verb ser (to be) followed by the preposition de (of) can also be used to express possession. -¿De quién es el cuaderno? -Es de Carmen.
  • 14. Preposition de (of) De (of) + el (the) = contraction del (of the)-¿De quién es el boligrafo? (Whose is that pen?)- Es del profesor. (It’s the professor’s.)• The other combinations of de + article do not contract: de la, de los, de las.
  • 15. c.2 Expressing Possession: Possessive Adjectives Singular Owner mi = my tu = your (tú = you) *su = your (pol. sing.) , his / her Plural Owner nuestro / a = our vuestro / a = your (inf. pl., Spain) *su = your (pl.); their
  • 16. C.2 Expressing Possession: Possessive Adjectives Singular Posession (Plural possessions) mi(s) = my Tu(s) = your (tú = you) *su(s) = your (pol. sing.). his / her Plural Owner Nuestro(s) / a(s) = our Vuestro(s) / a(s) = your (inf. pl., Spain) *su(s) = your (pl.); their
  • 17. C.3 Expressing Age: The Verb tener To ask about age, use ¿Cuántos años….? Sandra, ¿cuántos años tienes tú? Answer: Tengo cuarenta y ocho (años).
  • 18. Los idiomas y las nacionalidades (C.4-C.5) Adj. that end in –o/-a, just like other adj.s that end in –o/-a, have 4 forms. sing. pluralMasculine = chino chinosFeminine = china chinasVictoria no es china, pero habla chino muy bien.(Victoria is not Chinese, but she speaks Chinese very well.)
  • 19. Adjectives of Nationality (C.4)Adj.s that end in a consonant also have 4 forms: singular pluralMasculine = inglés inglesesFeminine = inglesa inglesasJohn es inglés, pero su madre es española.(John is English, but his mother is Spanish.)
  • 20. Adjectives of NationalityAdjectives that end in –e have only 2 forms: singular pluralMasculine = canadiense canadiensesFeminine = canadiense canadiensesAdj. of nationality & the names of languages are not capitalized. Only names of countries are capitalized.
  • 21. Talking about Habitual Actions  Present Tense of Regular –ar Verbs Conjugation of the verb hablar (to speak) the infinitive hablar (to speak)(yo) hablo I speak(tú) hablas you ( speak(usted, él / ella) habla you ( speak; he/she speaks(nosotros / as) hablamos we speak(vosotros / as) habláis you (,Spain) speak(ustedes, ellos / as) hablan you (pl.) speak; they speak