By: GracielaAbell
 1. Preterite 2. DemonstrativeAdjectives & Pronouns 3. Ordinal Numbers 4. Prepositions 5. Future 6. Imperfect 7. Po...
É ÍAste isteÓ ióAmos Imosaron ieronRegulares -car Yo Qué-gar Yo Gué-zar Yo céCar, gar, zarDiViDimosVimosDisteVisteDioVioDi...
 When you point out specific things, you use demonstrative adjectives and pronouns. Ademonstrative adjective describes th...
Primero FirstSegundo SecondTercero ThirdCuarto FourthQuinto FifthSexto SixthSéptimo SeventhOctavo EighthNoveno NinthDécimo...
AbajoArribaDebajo deDentro deEncima deFuera de
 Infinitive +éÁsÁEmosánIreregularesDecir DirHacer HalPoner Pondr ÉSalir Salar ásTener Tenar áValer venar emosPoder Podr á...
 You can use the imperfect in the following ways: To speak about background events in a story To talk about something y...
 Possessive adjectives show personal relationships or possession. All possessive adjectives-includingmi(s), tu(s), su(s),...
 Reflexive verbs take a special pronoun called a reflexivepronoun.While the usual direct object is different from thesubj...
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  1. 1. By: GracielaAbell
  2. 2.  1. Preterite 2. DemonstrativeAdjectives & Pronouns 3. Ordinal Numbers 4. Prepositions 5. Future 6. Imperfect 7. Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns 8. Reflexive
  3. 3. É ÍAste isteÓ ióAmos Imosaron ieronRegulares -car Yo Qué-gar Yo Gué-zar Yo céCar, gar, zarDiViDimosVimosDisteVisteDioVioDieronvieronFui FuimosFuisteFue fueronHice HicimosHicisteHizo hicieronSpockAndar Anduve-Estar Estuve-Poder Pud-Poner Pus-Quere Quis- ESaber Sup- IsteTener Tuv- OVenir Vin- ImosConducirConduj- ierojProducir Produj-Traducir Traduj-Pedir Ped-CUCARACHADormíLeíDormimosLeimosDormisteLeisteDurmióleyóDumieronleyeronSnake/Snakey
  4. 4.  When you point out specific things, you use demonstrative adjectives and pronouns. Ademonstrative adjective describes the location of a noun in relation to a person. Demonstrative pronouns are used in place of the adjective and the noun.They are the sameas the demonstrative adjectives except that they have an accent.Este (this) Estos (these)Ese (that) Esos (those)Aquel (that overthere)Aquellos (thoseover there)Esta (this) Estas (these)Esa (that) EsasAquella (that overthere)Aquellas (theseover there)Éste (this one) Éstos (these)Ése (that one) Ésos (those)Aquél (thatone over there)Aquéllos (thoseover there)Ésta ÉstasÉsa ÉsasAquélla aquéllas
  5. 5. Primero FirstSegundo SecondTercero ThirdCuarto FourthQuinto FifthSexto SixthSéptimo SeventhOctavo EighthNoveno NinthDécimo tenth
  6. 6. AbajoArribaDebajo deDentro deEncima deFuera de
  7. 7.  Infinitive +éÁsÁEmosánIreregularesDecir DirHacer HalPoner Pondr ÉSalir Salar ásTener Tenar áValer venar emosPoder Podr ánQuerer QuerrSaber sabr
  8. 8.  You can use the imperfect in the following ways: To speak about background events in a story To talk about something you used to do as a matter of habit To speak about how old someone was To say what time it was-ar -er -irAba Ís ÍaAbas Ías Íasaba Ía Íaábamos Íamos Íamosaban Ían íanIrregularsSer Ir VerEra Iba veÍaEras Ibas veÍasEra Iba veÍaÉramos Íbais veÍamoseran iban veÍan
  9. 9.  Possessive adjectives show personal relationships or possession. All possessive adjectives-includingmi(s), tu(s), su(s), nuestro(a/os/as), and vuestro(a/os/as)-agree in gender and number with the nounsthey describe. Posessive adjectives also have a king form. It is more expressive.You use it, for example,when talking to a special friend. Possessive pronouns also show personal relationships.To form a possessive pronoun, 1. Use the long form of the possessive adjective 2. Add el, la, los, las according tot the gender and number of the noun it replaces.mÍo(a) Nuestro(a)Tuyo(o) Vuestro(a)Suyo(a) Suyo(a)mÍos(as) Nuestros(as)Tuyos(as) Vuestro(as)Suyos(as) Suyos(as)
  10. 10.  Reflexive verbs take a special pronoun called a reflexivepronoun.While the usual direct object is different from thesubject, a reflexive pronoun is the same person, place, orthing as the subject.Me escondo Nos escondemosTe escondes Os escondÉisSe esconde Se esconden

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