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Year stuff

  1. 1. Year stuff<br />
  2. 2. Basic Vocabulary<br />el mes = month<br />el año= year<br />el cumpleaños= birthday<br />¿Cuál es la fecha?= Whatisthe date?<br />hoy= today<br />
  3. 3. Los meses<br />Notice how the Spanish months are not capitalized. <br />
  4. 4. Las estaciónes<br />Likemonths, seasons are notcapitalizedeither<br />
  5. 5. Días de fiestas<br />
  6. 6. Gustarto be pleasing to, to like<br />There are two parts to the gustar verb.<br />First, you have either:<br />me (to me)<br />te (to you)<br />le (to him/her/you)<br />nos (to us)<br />les (to them)<br />
  7. 7. Gustar<br />Then we have a form of “gustar”.<br />In the present tense we either have:<br />gusta<br />gustan<br />Which form we have depends on if the item we like is plural or singular.<br />
  8. 8. Gustar<br />Me gusta la comida.<br />I like the food<br />More literal translation: The food is pleasing to me<br />We use “gusta” because “comida” is singular<br />Te gustan los huevos.<br />You like the eggs.<br />The eggs are pleasing to you.<br />We use “gustan” because “huevos” are plural.<br />Note: if you put an un-conjugated verb (also known as an “infinitive”) after “gustar” then you will always use “gusta”, never “gustan”<br />
  9. 9. Gustar<br />When we use “le” or “les” we sometimes need to add in who we are talking about.<br />For example: A David le gusta la manzana.<br />David likes the apple/To David, the apple is pleasing to him.<br />We include “a David” so that we know who the “le” refers to. <br />However, if we have been talking about David in past sentences then we do not need to say “a David”.<br />
  10. 10. GustarA [ blank ]<br />We can use the “a [blank]” for every part of gustar.<br />Me = a mí<br />Te= a tí<br />Le= a él, a ella, a usted, a [name]<br />Nos= a nosotros<br />Les= a ellos, a ellas, a ustedes, a [names]<br />
  11. 11. Gustar type verbs<br />There are other verbs that work like gustar.<br />Ex. Les molestan los perros.<br />The dogs bother them. <br />More literal translation: They are bothered by the dogs<br />

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