SPANISH TWO
Chapter 5
Lifestyle and Activates
WHAT THIS CHAPTER CONTAINS…




   Section 5.1




   Section 5.2               Quit
SECTION 5.1
   What this section contains

       Sport and Exercise Vocabulary

       Talking about staying fit and h...
SPORT AND EXERCISE VOCABULARY
VOCABOLARIO DE DEPORTESYEJERCICIO
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STAYING FIT AND HEALTHY                                              Back
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MORE VOCABULARY                                                        Back
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SECTION 5.2
   What this section contains…

       Telling someone what to do and what not to do

       Vocabulary
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TELLING SOMEONE WHAT TO DO AND WHAT
NOT TO DO                                       Back
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VOCABULARY                                                        Back
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POSITIVE TÚ COMMANDS                                                                Back
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IRREGULAR POSITIVE TÚ COMMANDS          Back
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NEGATIVE TÚ COMMANDS                                         Back
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IRREGULAR NEGATIVE TÚ COMMANDS AND
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
   My name is Katelyn Roskamp I am a student at
    Grand Valley State University. I am studying to be a...
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  1. 1. SPANISH TWO Chapter 5 Lifestyle and Activates
  2. 2. WHAT THIS CHAPTER CONTAINS…  Section 5.1  Section 5.2 Quit
  3. 3. SECTION 5.1  What this section contains  Sport and Exercise Vocabulary  Talking about staying fit and healthy Quit  More Vocabulary  Preterite Practice
  4. 4. SPORT AND EXERCISE VOCABULARY VOCABOLARIO DE DEPORTESYEJERCICIO Back to  Quedeportetegustaríapracticar? 5.1  What sports do you like to play?  Escalarmontañas- to climb mountains  El montañismo- mountain climbing  Remar- to row  El remo-rowing  Nadar-to swim  La natación-swimming  El senderismo- hiking  Montar en bicicleta- to ride a bike Quit  El ciclismo-cycling  Correr- to run  El atletismo-track and field  Estirarse- to stretch
  5. 5. STAYING FIT AND HEALTHY Back to Quehacesparaesta en plena Sigounadietasanaybalanceaday 5.1 forma? hagoejerciciostodos los dias. What do you do to stay in good I follow a healthy and well shape? balanced diet, and I exercise every day. Duermes lo suficiente? Sí. Ayer, porejemplo, dormiporochohoras. Do you get enough sleep? Yes, yesterday for example I slept for 8 hours. Es preciso come Sí, ya losé. Quit muchasverduras. Tambiénesimportantebebermuc haagua. It’s necessary to eat many Yes, I already know that. Also it’s vegetables. important to drink a lot of water.
  6. 6. MORE VOCABULARY Back to  Inscribirse en un gimnasio- 5.1 sign up for a gym  Moverse (ue)- move  Levantarpesas- to lift weights  El levantamiento de pesas-weight lifting  Hacerabdominales- to do crunches  Hacerejerciciosaeróbicos- to do aerobic exercises  Saltar a la cuerda- to jump rope  Practicarlasartesmarciales- to practice martial arts  Sudar- to sweat Quit  Bajar de peso- to lose weight  Aumentar de peso-to gain weight Click here for word pronunciation  Sudor-sweat (noun)
  7. 7. Click here for a helpful hint PRETERITE PRACTICE Back to AR ENDINGS 5.1 Yo: é Nosotros: amos Tú:aste Vosotros: asteis El/ella/usted: ó Ellos/ellas/ustedes:aron ER/ IR ENDINGS Yo: í Nostros:imos Tú: iste Vosotros: isteis El/ella/usted:ió Ellos/ellas/ustedes: ieron Quit Ejemplo: Correr Ejemplo: Asistir corrí corrimos asistí asistimos corriste corristeis asististe asististeis corrió corrieron asistió asistieron
  8. 8. SECTION 5.2  What this section contains…  Telling someone what to do and what not to do  Vocabulary Quit  Positive tú commands  Irregular Positive tú commands  Negative tú commands  Irregular Negative tú commands and spelling changers
  9. 9. TELLING SOMEONE WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO Back to 5.2 Ponte en forma. No seas flojo (a). Get in shape. Don’t be lazy. Deja de fumar. No fumesmás. Quit Stop Smoking. Don’t smoke anymore. Ten cuidado. No añadassal a la comida. Be careful. Don’t add salt to the food.
  10. 10. VOCABULARY Back to 5.2  El bienestar- well being  Dedicar- to dedicate  Entrenarsepara la competencia- to train oneself for the competition.  El estrés- stress Click here for word pronunciation  Evitar la grasa- to avoid fats  El hábito- habit  Hacerrégimen- to do a diet Quit  Mantenerse en forma- to stay in shape  Relajarse- to relax  Respirarprofundamente- to breathe deeply  La salud- health
  11. 11. POSITIVE TÚ COMMANDS Back to 5.2  Formed with the present tense él/ella/usted form of the verb.  Ejemplos:  Caminarcamina  Comer come  Dormirduerme ** stem change  If the verb is reflexive, add the reflexive pronoun te to the end of the command.  Ejemplos Quit  RelajarseRelájate  EntrenarseEntrénate Click on the picture for an online  Estirarseestírate tutorial of commands, in the Spanish Language
  12. 12. IRREGULAR POSITIVE TÚ COMMANDS Back to 5.2 hacer haz poner pon tener ten ir ve ser sé Tell Mr. Di I hear Quit venir ven salséto ven on the salir sal pon that he hazten decir di ships in the ve!
  13. 13. NEGATIVE TÚ COMMANDS Back to 5.2  Use the present tense tú form with the opposite ending. (AR verbses; ER & IR  as)  Ejemplos  Fumar No Fumes  CorrerNoCorras  Dormir No Duermas  If the verb is reflexive, put the reflexive pronoun te after the “no” and before the command. Quit  Ejemplos  Relajarse No terelajes  Entrenarse no teentrenes  Estirarse no teestires
  14. 14. IRREGULAR NEGATIVE TÚ COMMANDS AND SPELLING CHANGERS Back to 5.2 Irregular verbs: Spelling Changes: The same verbs that are Some negative commands will have irregular as positive a spelling change. Verbs that end in commands are also irregular –car, -gar, or –zar, will change in negative commands. spellling to maintain the correct sound. Hacer Nohagas •1. –car verbs: the c changes to qu. Poner No pongas •Ex. Practicarpractiques Tener No tengas Quit •2. –gar verbs: the g changes to gu Ir No vayas •Ex. Jugarjuegues Ser No seas •3.-zar verbs: the z changes to c Venir No vengas •Ex. Empezarnoempieces Salir No salgas Decir No digas
  15. 15. ABOUT THE AUTHOR  My name is Katelyn Roskamp I am a student at Grand Valley State University. I am studying to be a Spanish and Sociology teacher, and I am very excited about being a teacher someday. This is a powerpoint I created covering a chapter in a high school Spanish class, to help engage the students, while incorporating technology. Quit  Send me an e-mail
  16. 16. RESOURCES SLIDE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMy0TyCEFz4&fea ture=PlayList&p=5719D69EE7A3BF54&index=36 Information Based off Textbook “VenConmigo Level 2, Chapter 5” Quit

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