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1 22 13 leccion

  1. 1. ESPAÑOL I – SR. JOHNSTONmartes, el veintidós de enero del 2012
  2. 2. PARA EMPEZAR – 5 MINUTOSEN TU CUADERNO: Describe dos miembros de tu familia. Usa de cuatro a seis adjetivos. ejemplo:  “Mi padre es gordo e inteligente.”  “Mis abuelos son viejos, bajos e interesantes.” Useful vocabulary:  Adjectives and nationalities (p.89)
  3. 3. *notas Possessive adjectives like descriptive adjectives, are words that are used to qualify people, places, or things. Possessive adjectives express the quality of ownership or possession. SPANISH POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AGREE IN NUMBER WITH THE NOUNS THEY MODIFY!! (singular / plural).SINGULAR PLURAL FORMS MEANINGFORMSmi mis mytu tus yoursu sus his, her, its, your (form)nuestro/a nuestros/as oursu sus their, your 3.2-3
  4. 4. *NOTAS Because su and sus have multiple meanings (your, his, her, their, its), you can avoid confusion by using this clarifying construction instead: [article] + [noun] + de + [subject pronoun]. You can also say: los parientes de Yamilex (the subject’s name)
  5. 5. Provide the appropriate form of each possessive adjective. The firstitem in each column has been done for you.1. mi Es _____ (my) libro. 1. Sus _____ (Her) primos son franceses.2. _____ (My) familia es dominicana. 2. _____(Our) primos son canadienses.3. _____(Your, fam.) esposo es italiano. 3. Son _____ (their) lápices.4. _____(Our) profesor es español. 4. _____(Their) nietos son japoneses.5. Es _____ (her) reloj. 5. Son _____ (our) plumas.6. Es _____ (your, fam.) mochila. 6. Son _____ (my) papeles.7. Es _____ (your, form.) maleta. 7. _____(My) amigas son inglesas.8. _____(Their) sobrina es alemana. 8. Son _____ (his) cuadernos.
  6. 6. ACTIVIDAD: DESCRIBE DOSMIEMBROS DE TU FAMILIA Turn to a partner and share your descriptions of family members. Repeat what your partner tells you, making sure to change the possessive adjective:  (mi padre tu padre / mis abuelos tus abuelos) Tell the class about one of your partner’s family members, making sure to change the possessive adjective:  (su padre / sus abuelos) or using the clarifying construction:  (el padre de Mateo / los abuelos de Mateo)
  7. 7. ACTIVIDAD: DESCRIBE DOSMIEMBROS DE TU FAMILIA Turn to a partner and share your descriptions of family members. Repeat what your partner tells you, making sure to change the possessive adjective:  (mi padre tu padre / mis abuelos tus abuelos) Tell the class about one of your partner’s family members, making sure to change the possessive adjective:  (su padre / sus abuelos) or using the clarifying construction:  (el padre de Mateo / los abuelos de Mateo)

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