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Realidades 2. Reciprocal Actions / Reciprocity Study guide / Worksheet / Powerpoint Cap ítulo 4B. To practice on line, go to www.phschool.com/foreign_languages/ and use web code jdd-0414. The textbook authors are going to use reciprocity or

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Realidades 2

Realidades 2

Reciprocal Actions / Reciprocity

Study guide / Worksheet / Powerpoint

Capítulo 4B


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To practice on line, go to

www.phschool.com/foreign_languages/

and use web code jdd-0414.


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The textbook authors are going to use reciprocity or

reciprocal action verbs in the present indicative and the

imperfect (see the imperfect in the examples above).

To express reciprocal action or reciprocity, you must always

use 1.the reflexive pronounsnos, os, or seAND

2.the plural forms of the verbs, nosotros, nosotras,

vosotros, vosotras, ellos, ellas, Ustedes.

Reciprocal action or reciprocity ALWAYS involves

two (2) or more people.


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  • 1. Entre amigos

  • Escribe una frase en español expresando acción

  • recíproca. Escribe el equivalente inglés. Usa el presente

  • de indicativo. Sigue el modelo.

Rafael y Ana

Rafael y Ana se despiden.

Rafael and Ana say (are saying, do say) good-bye to

each other.


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1.

Rosa y Josefina

Rosa y Josefina se saludan.

Rosa and Josefina greet (do greet,

are greeting) each other.


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2.

Raúl y yo

Raúl y yo nos damos la mano.

Raul and I shake (do shake,

are shaking) hands with each other.


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3.

La señora Méndez y la señora Mendoza

La señora Méndez y la señora

Mendoza se besan.

Mrs. Méndez and Mrs. Mendoza kiss

(do kiss, are kissing) each other.


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4.

Tú y Paula

Tú y Paula se hablan

or Tú y Paula os habláis.

You and Paula talk (do talk,

are talking) each other.


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  • Escribe una frase en español expresando acción

  • recíproca. Escribe el equivalente inglés. Usa el imperfecto.

  • Sigue el modelo.

Rafael y Ana

Rafael y Ana se despedían.

Rafael and Ana said (were saying, used to say, would say) good-bye to each other.


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5.

Paco y Juanito

Paco y Juanito se peleaban.

Paco and Juanito fought (were

fighting, used to fight, would fight)

each other.


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6.

Los estudiantes

Los estudiantes se felicitaban.

The students congratulated (were

congratulating, used to

congratulate, would congratulate)

each other.


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7.

Roberto y su novia Ana

Roberto y su novia Ana

se abrazaban.

Roberto and his girlfriend Ana hugged(were hugging, used to hug, would

hug) each other.


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  • 2. Acción recíproca

  • Escribe una frase completa en español expresando

  • acción recíproca con los elementos que se ven. Usa el

  • presente de indicativo. Luego, escribe su equivalente

  • en inglés. Sigue el modelo.

María y yo / hablarse

María y yo nos hablamos.

Maria and I speak(are

speaking,dospeak)to each other.


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1. mis amigos y yo / contarse chistes

Mis amigos y yo nos contamos

chistes.

My friends and I tell (are telling, do

tell) each other jokes.


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2. mis amigos y yo / verse / todos los días

Mis amigos y yo nos vemos

todos los días.

My friends and I see (are seeing, do

see) each other every day.

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3. Ana y Juan / nunca / mentirse

Ana y Juan nunca se mienten.

Ana and Juan never lie (are lieing,

do lie) to each other.


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4. Tú y Miguel / poder / ayudarse* / mucho

Tú y Miguel se pueden ayudar mucho. or

Tú y Miguel pueden ayudarse mucho.

or

Tú y Miguel os podéis ayudar mucho.

or

Tú y Miguel podéis ayudaros mucho.

You and Miguel can (are able to)

to help each other a lot.

*Remember the rules about placement of (reflexive, indirect, direct) object pronouns:

1. in front of the conjugated verb

2. attach to the end of the infinitive

It is your choice where you place the object pronoun in the above situations.


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  • Escribe una frase completa en español expresando

  • acción recíproca con los elementos que se ven. Usa el

  • imperfecto. Luego, escribe su equivalente en inglés.

  • Sigue el modelo.

María y yo / hablarse

María y yo nos hablábamos.

Maria and I spoke(were speaking,used to

speak,would speak) to each other.


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5. Tú y Marisol / ir a / comprarse* / regalos

Tú y Marisol se iban a comprar regalos. or

Tú y Marisol iban a comprarse regalos. or

Tú y Marisol os ibais a comprar regalos. or

Tú y Marisol ibais a compraros regalos.

You and Marisol went (were going, used to go, would go) to buy each

other presents.

*Remember the rules about placement of (reflexive, indirect, direct) object pronouns:

1. in front of the conjugated verb

2. attach to the end of the infinitive

It is your choice where you place the object pronoun in the above situations.


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6. La madre y su hijo / buscarse

La madre y su hijo se buscaban.

The mother and her son looked (were looking, used to look, would

look) for each other.


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7. los padres y sus hijos / escucharse

Los padres y sus hijos se escuchaban.

The parents and their children

listened (were listening, used to

listen, would listen) to each other.


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8. Uds. / entenderse

Uds. se entendían.

You understood (were

understanding, used to understand,

would understand) each other.


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3. Para Escuchar

Some best friends like to do everything together, while

others prefer to spend some timeapart. Listen as some

teenagers talk about whether they prefer to do certain

things separately or together. Then, put an X in the

appropriate box in the grid. You will hear each set of

statements twice.


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To practice on line, go to

www.phschool.com/foreign_languages/

and use web code jdd-0414.


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