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Preterite grammar book 2

Preterite grammar book 2






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    • • 1) Preterit Page• 2) Demonstrative Adjectives and Adverbs• 3) Ordinal Numbers• 4) Prepositions5) Future• 6) Imperfect• 7) Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns• 8) Reflexives
    • Preterit-car Yo -que-gar Yo -gue-zar Yo -ceEstar Estuv-Poder Pud-Poner Pus-Quere Quis-Saber Sup-Tener Tuv-Vinir Vin-Producir Produj-Traducir-Traduj-Dar/Verv/diV/distev/diov/dimosv/dieronHacerHiceHicisteHizoHicimoshicieronIr/SerFuiFuisteFueFuimosFueronSnake/Snakey: Used to writethird person. Change I-YNo accent mark in theusteds/ellos/ellas formSPOCK VERBSe IAste IsteO IoAmos ImosAron ieronAR ER/IR
    • este estaesa eseaquel aquellaEstos EstasEsos EsasAquellos Aquellas Singular: PluralEste estosEse esosAquel aquellosNEED ACCENT MARKNO ACCENTMARK WHENYOU HAVE THENOUNWhat do they do? Point out nouns close to a specific
    • Ordinal Numbers• 1st-Primero• 2nd-Segunda• 3rd-Tercera• 4th-Cuarta• 5th-Quinta• 6th-Sexto• 7th- Septimo• 8th-Octavo• 9th-Noveno• 10th-DecimoWhen you talk about theorder of items , you useordinal numbers. Whenused with nouns, theymust agree with numberand gender. In themasculine singularnoun, the o gets droppedfrom primero andtercera
    • Los PreposicionesIzquierda-------Derecha------Delante------Detras-------Cerca-----Lejos-----Fuera------Adentro-------Debajo--------Encima-------Entre------Al Lado-------Arriba-------Abajo-------
    • El Futuro (will)Infinitive + easaemosanLos IrregularesDecir dirHacer harPoner pondrSalir salarTener tendrValer vendrPoder podrQuerer querrSaber sabr
    • Imperfect• Use the imperfect to speak about backgroundevents in a story. Something you used to do asa matter of habit. To speak about someonesage. To say what time it was. They describestuff from the past.CantarCantabaCantabasCantabeCantamosCantabanAR VERBSTenerTeniaTeniasTeniaTeniamosTenianER VERBS
    • Possessive Adjectives/Pronouns• Possessive Adjectives show personal relationshipsor possession. All possessive adjectives-includingmi(s), tu(s), su(s), nuestro(a/os/as). Agree ingender and number.• Possessive pronouns also show personalrelationships. To form: Use a long form of apossessive adjectives. Add el, la, las according tothe gender and number of the noun it replaces.
    • Reflexives• Reflexive verbs: take a special pronouncalled a reflexive pronoun. The reflexivepronoun is the same as the person, placeor thing as the subject.Yo MeTu TeEl, ella, usted SeNosotros NosEllos, ellas, usteded se