Unidad 2 ~ La Escuela

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Spanish 1 Review of ar, er and ir Verb conjugations, ordinal numbers and subject pronouns.

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Unidad 2 ~ La Escuela

  1. 1. Unidad 2 ~ La Escuela Información Importante
  2. 2. ¿Preguntas? ~ Questions 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. Subject Pronouns      Subject Pronouns tell us WHO is doing the action of a verb.  Yo soy de Carolina del Norte.  He speaks Spanish. I am from NC.  Él habla español. Ella es de México.  She is from Mexico. We speak Spanish. Nosotros hablamos español.
  4. 4. Subject Pronouns en español
  5. 5. Números Ordinales
  6. 6. Ordinal Numbers  Mi primera clase es las matemáticas.  Mi segunda clase es la clase de historia.  La clase = feminine thus primera & segunda  Mi segundo periodo es el inglés.  Mi cuarto periodo es la educación física.  El periodo = masculine thus segundo & cuarto
  7. 7. Verbs ~ Verbos      Verbs tell us WHAT the subject is DOING in the sentence.  Yo soy de Carolina del Norte.  He speaks Spanish. I am from NC.  Él habla español. Ella es de México.  She is from Mexico. We speak Spanish. Nosotros hablamos español.
  8. 8. Hablar = to speak
  9. 9. Bailar = to dance Yo bailo = bailas I dance  Tú =  Èl/ella/ baila =  usted  You dance he/she dances    Vosotros bailáis = Y'all dance  ellos/ellas/ bailan = They dance Bailo?  Bailamos?  Bailan?  Bailas? Nosotros bailamos = We dance ustedes bailan Who is dancing if you read the following verbs: = They dance
  10. 10. Comer = to eat
  11. 11. Comer = to eat Take off the -er at the end and add: Yo -o como Tú -es  comes El/ella/usted -e come  Como?  Comemos?  Comen?  Comes? nosotros -emos comemos vosotros -éis coméis ellos/ellas/ -en ustedes Who is eating if you read the following verbs: comen
  12. 12. Vivir = to live
  13. 13. Escribir = to write Yo Escribo = I write Tú Escribes = You write El/ella Escribe = He/she writes  Nosotros Escribimos = we write Who is writing if you read the following verbs: Ellos Escriben = They write Other than that it has all the normal -ir verb endings. Escribo?  Escribimos?  Vosotros Escribís = Y'all write  Escriben?  Escribes?
  14. 14. Más Preguntas ~ More Questions 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. Gracias.

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