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Unidad 4

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Unidad 4

  1. 1. Unidad 4 ~ La Familia Possessive Adjectives, Gender & Number Agreement, Age, (Tener años), Ser & Estar
  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. Vocabulario Nuevo
  4. 4. Vocabulario Nuevo
  5. 5. Possessive Adjectives  The following are possessive adjectives.  Mi/,mis = my  Tu/tus = your  Su/sus = her, his or it’s  Nuestro/nuestra = our  Nuestros/nuestras  Vuestro/vuestra = y’alls  Vuestros/vuestras  Su/sus = their
  6. 6. Possessive Adjectives  Mi jaqueta…Mis jaquetas = My jacket….jackets  Tu camisa….Tus camisas = your shirt …your shirts  Su abrigo….sus abrigos = Her jacket… His jackets  Nuestro hermano………nuestros hermanos = Our brother…….Our brothers  Nuestra hermana…..nuestras hermanas = our sister…….our sisters  Vuestro abuelo……..vuestros abuelos = y’alls grandfather……….y’alls grandfather……….  Vuestra abuelas…..vuestras abuelas = y’alls grandmotherr……….y’alls grandmother……….  Su abrigo….sus abrigos = Their jacket… Their jackets
  7. 7. Los abuelos  Mi/,mis = my  Tu/tus = your  Su/sus = her, his or it’s  Nuestro/nuestra = our  Nuestros/nuestras  Vuestro/vuestra = y’alls  Vuestros/vuestras  Su/sus = their
  8. 8. El apartamento  Mi/,mis = my  Tu/tus = your  Su/sus = her, his or it’s  Nuestro/nuestra = our  Nuestros/nuestras  Vuestro/vuestra = y’alls  Vuestros/vuestras  Su/sus = their
  9. 9. Las jaquetas  Mi/,mis = my  Tu/tus = your  Su/sus = her, his or it’s  Nuestro/nuestra = our  Nuestros/nuestras  Vuestro/vuestra = y’alls  Vuestros/vuestras  Su/sus = their
  10. 10. Los bolígrafos  Mi/,mis = my  Tu/tus = your  Su/sus = her, his or it’s  Nuestro/nuestra = our  Nuestros/nuestras  Vuestro/vuestra = y’alls  Vuestros/vuestras  Su/sus = their
  11. 11. La calculadora  Mi/,mis = my  Tu/tus = your  Su/sus = her, his or it’s  Nuestro/nuestra = our  Nuestros/nuestras  Vuestro/vuestra = y’alls  Vuestros/vuestras  Su/sus = their
  12. 12. Escribir Lección 2 ~ Mi Familia  ¿Cómo se llama? ¿Cómo se relaciona contigo? ¿Dónde vive? ¿Cuál es su nacionalidad? ¿Cómo es?
  13. 13. Llamarse = Name is 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. Ejemplo: Ella se llama Erika. Mi padre se llama Jorge. Mi tía se llama Luisa. Yo me llamo Señor Hall Do not say: Yo me llamo es Señor HallDo not say: Yo me llamo es Señor Hall
  14. 14. Vivir = to live  ir verb endings for vivir Take off the -ir at the end and add: Yo -o vivo Tú -es vives El/ella/usted -e vive nosotros -imos vivimos vosotros -ís vivís ellos/ellas/ustedes -en viven
  15. 15. Ser = to be Ser = to be 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 Use Ser in the following situations: Physical Descriptions Soy alta y delgada. - I am tall and thin. Silvia es pelirroja y baja. - Silvia is red-headed and short. The Relationship a Person has with Someone Else Anita es mi hermana. - Anita is my sister. A Person’s Nationality or Religion Andrés es católico. - Andres is
  16. 16. Vocabulario Nuevo
  17. 17. Escribir Lección 3  ¿Cómo se llama cada persona? ¿Cómo se relaciona contigo? ¿Cuántos años tiene? ¿ Es mayor o menor en comparación contigo?
  18. 18. Vocabulario Nuevo
  19. 19. Vocabulario Nuevo
  20. 20. Mayor & Menor  Mayor looks like Mayor or Major & means older  Menor looks like minor and means younger.  Ejemplos  Mi madre es mayor que yo.  Mi hermano es menor que yo. Remember the subtle differences between the 2 words mucho/a and muy:
  21. 21. Muy & Mucho/a/os/as muy = very mucho/a or muchos/as = a lot/much Examples: Yo soy muy inteligente. = I am very intelligent. Mi hermana es muy alta. = My sister is very tall. Juan tiene muchos amigos. = Juan has a lot of friends. No tengo mucho dinero. = I don't have a lot of money. Use mucho/a or muchos/as with things (nouns).
  22. 22. Ser = to be Ser = to be 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 Use Ser in the following situations: Physical Descriptions Soy alta y delgada. - I am tall and thin. Silvia es pelirroja y baja. - Silvia is red-headed and short. The Relationship a Person has with Someone Else Anita es mi hermana. - Anita is my sister. A Person’s Nationality or Religion Andrés es católico. - Andres is
  23. 23. Yo say how old someone is you use tener + age + años. tener = to have Ex: Mark tiene treinta años. Mi hermano tiene siete años. Mi tío tiene treinta y nueve años. YOU CANNOT SAY Mark es treinta. It doesn't make sense in Spanish. In Spanish you have your Tener (e>ie) = to have Tengo = I have tienes = you have tiene = he or she has tenemos = we have tenéis = yall have tienen = they have Notice how the e changes to an ie (e>ie) for all forms but nosotros and vosotros. Also the yo form tengo is irregular. Other than that it has all the regular -er verb endings
  24. 24. Escribir Lección 5  ¿Quién es? ¿Cuántos años tiene? Cómo es físicamente? ¿Cómo es su personalidad? ¿Cuál es su profesión? ¿Qué hace en el trabajo?
  25. 25. Ser = to be Ser = to be 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 Use Ser in the following situations: Physical Descriptions Soy alta y delgada. - I am tall and thin. Silvia es pelirroja y baja. - Silvia is red-headed and short. The Job a Person Has Soy profesora de español. - I am a Spanish teacher. Son jardineros. - They are gardeners.
  26. 26. Vocabulario Nuevo
  27. 27. Vocabulario Nuevo
  28. 28. Adjectives in Spanish Make sure your adjectives (descriptive words like good & red) agree in gender and number with the thing it describes:  Ella es simpática. She is nice. (She is a girl thus the adjective simpática ends in an a.)  Marco es ordenado. Marco is organized. (Marco is a boy thus the adjective ordenado ends in an o.) Same goes for plural adjectives:  Ellas son trabajadoras. (There are many hard workinging girls so we add an s to trabajadoras.)  Ellos son talentosos. (There are many talented boys so we add an s to talentosos.)
  29. 29. ¿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.

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