Unidad 1 Español 1


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Unidad 1 Español 1

  1. 1. Conversación Básica Unidad 1 de Espánol 1 & Questions about Español 1
  2. 2. Required Live Class When did you attend (provide date and time)? Who was the teacher/presenter? What did you cover/learn? (You should include a complete copy of your notes with at least 10 specific things discussed/covered.) What do you still have questions about? (You should always have questions, so do NOT put "none.") What do you need to work on/improve? (This should be specific, regarding at least one thing that was discussed in the session.) How do you plan to improve in the area/s listed above? (Again, be as specific as possible.) How can I (your teacher) help you? (Again, be as specific as possible.) Please use COMPLETE SENTENCES in your responses and submit this at the bottom of the RSS Assignment page.
  3. 3. Vocabulario Nuevo
  4. 4. Vocabulario Nuevo
  5. 5. Los Accentos con PCs  Using Cryptic Codes If, for some reason, you don't want to change your keyboard, you can always type in the troublesome cryptic codes. Using this arcane system, the following codes apply: á = Alt + 0225 é = Alt + 0233 í = Alt + 0237 ó = Alt + 0243 ú = Alt + 0250 ñ = Alt + 0241 ü = Alt + 0252 ¡ = Alt + 0161 ¿ Alt + 0191
  6. 6. Los Accentos de Mac To get accents on the Mac, hold down the Option key, and while holding it down, type the letter e; then release those keys and type the letter that you want the accent to appear on: á = Opt + e, then a é = Opt + e, then e í = Opt + e, then i ó = Opt + e, then o ú = Opt + e, then u For the ñ, hold down the Option key while you type the n; release and type n again. ñ = Opt + n, then n To place the diaeresis over the u, hold down the Option key while pressing the u key; release and type u again. ü = Opt + u, then u The inverted punctuation marks are achieved as follows: ¡ = Opt + 1 ¿ Opt + shift + ? ¿ Opt + shift + ?
  7. 7. ¿De dónde eres? Soy de _____.  Los Estados Unidos  Canadá  Méxcio  Carolina del Norte  Raleigh  España
  8. 8. Yo soy = I am Tú eres = You are El/ella es = He/she is Nosotros somos = We are Vosotros soís = Y'all are Ellos/ellas son = They are A Person’s Nationality or Religion Andrés es canadiense. - Andres is Canadian. Mi padre es mexicano. Ser = to be Names Soy Raúl. - I am Raúl. Son Adela y Amalia. - They are Adela and Amalia. The Job a Person Has Soy profesora de español. - I am a Spanish teacher. Son jardineros. - They are gardeners. The Relationship a Person has with Someone Else Anita es mi hermana. - Anita is my sister. Aaron es su prometido. - Aaron is her fiancé.
  9. 9. Gustar = To Like When saying I like to do something using a 2nd verb with gustar Example: Me gusta escuchar música todos los días. = I like to listen to music every day. Me gusta practicar deportese. = I like to play practice sports. Me gusta dormir. I like to sleep.
  10. 10. Gustar
  11. 11. Me llamo = My name is Te llamas = Your name is Se llama = his/her name is You do not need to use es after se llama or me llamo. It sounds funny. Ella se llama Erika. Yo me llamo Señor Hall Do not say: Yo me llamo es Señor Hall ¿Cómo te llamas?
  12. 12. lunes Monday martes Tuesday miércoles Wednesday jueves Thursday viernes Friday sábado Saturday domingo Sunday La fecha = the Date  Remember that the date in Spanish is represented by saying the # de month like this:  El dos de noviembre.  Also you do not capitalize months in Spanish.
  13. 13. enero January febrero February marzo March abril April Mayo May junio June Los meses = the dates julio July agosto August septiembre September octubre October noviembre November diciembre December
  14. 14. Los números