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Lesson7

  1. 1. Eighth Grade Spanish One¡Hola! Welcome to eighth grade Spanish one. In thislesson you will learn how to recognize and annunciatethe following basic Spanish skills: basic phrases, basicnouns, basic words, basic letters and basic numbers.At the bottom of each slide is an audio icon you willclick for instructions. Listen carefully and have fun! Click here for audio instruction
  2. 2. English to Spanish Alphabet Click here for audio instructionA: a M: eme The alphabet you are used to recitingB: be N: ene is quite different in Spanish. But, fear not. With plenty of practice you willC: ce Ñ: eñe learn to recognize the sounds of eachCH: che O: o of these letters.D: de P: pe • We’ll begin this portion of the lesson with theE: e Q: cu English letter followed by the Spanish letter.F: efe R: ere • When the audio has ended practice these lettersG: ge S: ese out loud until you feel comfortable. Then continue to the next slideH: hache T: teI: i U: uJ: jota V: veK: ka W: uveL: ele doble Click here to play theLL: elle X: equis alphabet audio Y: i griega Z: zeta
  3. 3. English to Spanish Numbers Click here for audio instructionDo you know how to count to 10 in Spanish? Well, guess what? You’re going to learn how to count to 20!• We’ll begin this portion of the lesson with the English number followed by the Spanish number.• When the audio has ended practice these numbers out loud until you feel comfortable. Then continue to the next slide 1: uno 11: once 2: dos 12: doce 3: tres 13: trece 4: cuatro 14: catorce 5: cinco 15: quince 6: seis 16: dieciséis 7: siete 17:diecisiete 8: ocho 18: dieciocho 9: nueve 19: diecinueve 10: diez 20: veinte Click here to play the number audio
  4. 4. English to Spanish Names Click here for audio instructionFor this class you will not be referred to by your English name. Instead you will be referred to by your Spanish speaking name. After this lesson the instructor will assign a Spanish name to you.• But for now, we’ll begin this portion of the lesson with a few English names followed by the Spanish name.• When the audio has ended practice your own name and some other names for fun out loud until you feel comfortable. Then continue to the next slide Stephanie Estefania John Juan Joseph José Peter Pedro Michael Miguel James Jaime Alexander Alejandro Edward Eduardo Click here to play the name audio
  5. 5. Gender of Nouns Click here for audio instructionIn Spanish, nouns will either be masculine or feminine. It is important that you use the correct gender when describing a noun. Masculine nouns typically begin with el and end in “o”. Whereas, feminine nouns typically begin with la and end with an “a”• We’ll begin this portion of the lesson with some examples• When the audio has ended practice on your own try some different examples not listed on this page. Use your book for reference. Then continue to the next slide Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns boy el chico girl la chica cat el perro cat la perra dog el gatto dog la gatta book el libro book la libra Click here to play the gender audio
  6. 6. Basic Greetings Click here for audio instructionOk, now it’s time to impress. And what better way is there to impress someone then with a basic greeting?• We’ll begin this portion of the lesson with some examples of greetings. Pay close attention to how these word are spelled and how the sentences are formed. We will be going over detailed sentence formation in later chapters.• When the audio has ended practice on your own and try these examples. You may continue to the next slide, but you can also practice on a friend before moving on. Basic Greeting Words Hello Hola Goodbye Adiós My name is Me llamo Whats your name? ¿Cómo te llamas? How are you? ¿Cómo estás? Very Well Muy bien So so Asi asi Good day Buenos días Good Afternoon Buenas tardes Good Evening Buenas noches Click here to play the gender audio
  7. 7. Basic Greetings Cont. Click here for audio instructionDo you feel comfortable with the material you have already learned? If not, I suggest starting from the begging and working your way through the presentation again.If you do feel comfortable, then lets try combining some sentences using the correct gender nouns, names, and greetings. Hello, my name is Stephanie. What is your name? Hola, mi llama Estefania. ¿Cómo te llamas? Or Good Morning, how are you today? Buenos días, ¿Cómo estás? Click here to play the greeting combinations audio
  8. 8. The End!We have reached the end of our instruction for this chapter. If you followed along and took time topractice then you should have achieved the following tasks: • Understand and annunciate the Spanish alphabet correctly • Understand and annunciate the Spanish numbers 1-10 correctly • Translate and annunciate the English names for Spanish names • Understand and annunciate the Spanish gender nouns. And know when to use them • Know basic Spanish greeting words • Understand and annunciate the basic Spanish greetings • Formulate and annunciate a basic Spanish greeting that includes your name alphabetcorrectly Again, please start over from the beginning if you do not feel comfortable with the completion ofthis exercise, or ask your instructor for further assistance. This entire presentation has beenprinted out for you to use as guide. Additionally, the entire presentation has been placed on theclass website for you to obtain later as a study guide.Remember, practice makes perfect.Adios! Click here for audio instruction

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