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REVISTA SER Yo  Soy Nosotros  Somos Tú  Eres Vosotros  Sois Usted  Es Ustedes  Son Él/Ella  Es Ellos/Ellas  Son. ¡ L o s C o l o r e s !. Rojo. Anaranjado. Verde . Amarillo . Gris. Negro. Azul. Blanco. Rosado. Morado. Marrón. ¿De qué color es ….?.

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REVISTASERYoSoyNosotrosSomosTúEresVosotrosSoisUstedEsUstedesSonÉl/EllaEsEllos/EllasSon


¡LosColores!


Rojo


Anaranjado


Verde


Amarillo


Gris


Negro


Azul


Blanco


Rosado


Morado


Marrón


¿De qué color es….?


Pg. 43 Ex. 6, P. 44 Ex. 8, Pg. 45 Ex. 9, Pg. 49 Ex.15


¡Los Adjectivos!


Adjectives in Spanish match the noun that they modify in both number and gender… Its simpler than it sounds… I promise.


So, that means:★Feminine adjectives usually end in “A”★Masculine adjectives usually end in “O”★Feminine plural adjectives end in “AS”★Masculine plural adjectives usually end in “OS”★Adjectives that end in a consonant end in “ES” when pluralized


Bonito


Bonitos


Bonita


Bonitas


Adjectives of quantity and question-asking words precede (come before) the noun they modify.Ejemplos:✔Tengo DOS cuadernosverdesI have two green notebooks✔CUÁNTAS sillas hay? How many chairs are there?


Ejemplos:✔Hay un librorojo✔Hay unareglaroja✔Hay dos librosrojos✔Hay dos reglasrojas


Miss Piggy esunacochina…


Rosada


Los dos Kermits son hombres…


verdes


Cookie Monster y Gonzo son chicos…


Azules


Animal esuna persona…


Roja

✓Note, Animal is male,

but the word “persona”

in Spanish is feminine,

so the adjective is also feminine


Cookie monster es un chico…


Azul


Contradicciones


¿Kermit esunachicarosada?


No, éles un hombre verde.


¿Miss Piggy es un burro marrón?


No, ellaesunacochitarosada.

Worksheet: Pg. 65 Ex. 5


Los días de la semana…

★The Spanish week begins on Monday, not Sunday

★Days of the week are not capitalized


lunesmartesmércolesjuevesviernessábadodomingo


Lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sabado, domingo.Son sietedías a la semana,Cinco en el coley dos en casa.Hoy los aprendocantandoasí.Lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sabado, domingo.Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. There are seven days in the week, five in school and two at home. Today I learn them singing this way. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday


El Horario de PacoMartínez


El arte


La biología


La clase


El colegio


El español


La historia


El inglés


Las matemáticas


La música


Los estudiosjudíos


Estudiar– un verbo “AR”YoestudioNosotrosestudiamosTúestudiasVosotrosestudiáisUd./Él/EllaestudiaUds./Ellos/EllaEstudian

Exercise 10 Pg. 68


All regular “AR” verbs in Spanish are conjugated with the same endings.Some other regular “AR” verbs are:✔Hablar- To Talk✔Necesitar- To Need✔Terminar- To Finish/To End


AR endingsYoONosotros/asAMOSTuASVosotros/asÁISÉl, Ella, Ud.AEllos/as, Ud.AN


En grupos de dos¿Quéestuhorario/Quéestudias?¿Quéestudiasestasemana?¿Cuálestuclasefavorita?¿Á quéhoraestuclasefavorita?

Exercise 13, Pg. 70


¡Un cancíon de Celia Cruz!“La Vida es un Carival”


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