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Para empezar. EN LA ESCUELA. Lista de vocabulario. To Greet Someone. Buenos días. Good morning; good day. To Greet Someone. Buenas noches. Good night. To Greet Someone. Buenas tardes. Good afternoon; good evening. To Greet Someone. ¡ Hola !. Hello!. To Greet Someone.

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Para empezar

EN LA ESCUELA

Lista de vocabulario


To Greet Someone

Buenos días.

Good morning; good day.


To Greet Someone

Buenasnoches.

Good night.


To Greet Someone

Buenastardes.

Good afternoon; good evening.


To Greet Someone

¡ Hola!

Hello!


To Greet Someone

¿Cómote llamas?

What is your name?


To Greet Someone

Me llamo…

My name is… (I call myself…)


To Greet Someone

Encantado. Encantada.

Delighted.


To Greet Someone

Igualmente.

Likewise.


To Greet Someone

Mucho gusto.

Nice to meet you.


To Greet Someone

Señor (Sr.)

Mister (Mr.), Sir


To Greet Someone

Señora (Sra.)

Misses (Mrs.), Ma’am


To Greet Someone

Señorita (Srta.)

Miss (Ms.)


To ask & tell how someone is

¿CómoestáUd.?

How are you? (formal)


To ask & tell how someone is

¿Cómoestás?

How are you? (familiar)


To ask & tell how someone is

¿Quépasa?

What’s up/going on/wrong? (familiar)


To ask & tell how someone is

¿Quétal?

How’s it going? (familiar)


To ask & tell how someone is

¿Y tú?

And you? (familiar)


To ask & tell how someone is

¿Y Usted (Ud.)?

And you? (formal)


To ask & tell how someone is

(muy) bien

(very) well


To ask & tell how someone is

nada

nothing


To ask & tell how someone is

regular /así, así

so-so; okay


To ask & tell how someone is

gracias

thank you


To say good-bye

¡Adiós!

Good-bye!


To say good-bye

Hastamañana.

Until tomorrow.


To say good-bye

¡Nosvemos!

We’ll see each other.


To tell time

¿Quéhoraes?

What time is it?


To tell time

¿A Quéhoraes?

At what time is it?


To tell time

Es la una.

It’s one o’clock.


To tell time

Son las....

It’s 2-12:59 o’clock.


To tell time

A la una

We are going to the movies

AT 1:00

AT 1:00


To tell time

A las…

We are going to the movies

AT 2:00, the mall AT 3:00

and then home AT 10:30

At…(2:00-12:59)


To tell time

y…

and…(minutes)


To tell time

menos…

minus…(minutes)


To tell time

y cuarto

quarter after (hour)


To tell time

menoscuarto

quarter before (hour)


To tell time

y media

and a half (hour)


To tell time

Empieza

It begins


To tell time

Termina

It Ends


¡EN LA CLASE!

In the class!


el bolígrafo


la carpeta


el cuaderno


el estudiante / la estudiante


la hoja de papel


el lápiz

….de color!


el libro


el profesor


la profesora


el pupitre


la sala de lasclases


El Cuerpo(humano)

The Body


The body

la cabeza

the head


The body

el ojo

the eye


The body

la nariz

the nose


The body

la boca

the mouth


The body

el brazo

the arm


The body

la mano

the hand


The body

El dedo

the finger


The body

el estómago

the stomach


The body

la pierna

the leg


The body

El pie

the foot


The body

Me duele…

(ONE body part) hurts me


The body

Me duelen

(MULTIPLE body parts) hurt me


Homework

  • Instructions for homework are on my website!

  • Color-code Masculine (blue) and Feminine (red) Nouns on Packet pg. 14

  • **the word "EL" means it is a masculine noun

    the word "LA" means it is a feminine noun


Other useful words

¿Cuántos? ¿Cuántas?

How many?


Other useful words

hay

there is; there are


Other useful words

en

in


To ask for help

How do you say…?

¿Cómo se dice…?

Se dice…

You say it…


To say the date

el día

(the day)

el mes

(the month)

el año

(the year)

la semana(the week)

These words are not in order on pg. 16—fill them in now!


To say the date

lunes(Monday)

martes(Tuesday)

miércoles(Wednesday)

jueves(Thursday)

viernes(Friday)

sábado(Saturday)

domingo(Sunday)

**Days of the week

ARE NOT capitalized en español


To say the date

hoy

today


To say the date

Es el primero de (mes).

It’s the 1st of (month).


To say the date

mañana

tomorrow


To say the date

¿Quédíaeshoy?

¿

¿

What day is today?


To say the date

¿Cuáles la fecha?

¿

¿

What is the date?


To say the date

HAY

Hay 30 días en Abril

There is or there are


To say the date

EN

Hay 30 díasenAbril

In


EL TIEMPO—The Weather


To talk about the weather

¿Quétiempohace?

What’s the weather like?


To talk about the weather

Hacecalor.

It’s hot out.


To talk about the weather

Hacefrío.

It’s cold out.


To talk about the weather

Hace sol.

It’s sunny out.


To talk about the weather

Haceviento.

It’s windy out.


To talk about the weather

Llueve.

It’s raining.


To talk about the weather

Nieva.

It’s snowing.


To talk about the weather

EstáNublado

It’s Cloudy


To talk about the weather

Húmedo

humid


To talk about the seasons

la estación

the season.


To talk about the seasons

lasestaciónes

the seasons (plural)


To talk about the seasons

el invierno

the winter


To talk about the seasons

el otoño

the fall/autumn


To talk about the seasons

la primavera

the spring


To talk about the seasons

el verano

the summer


¿Cuálestu ESTACIÓN favorita?

  • el otoño?

  • la primavera?

  • el invierno?

  • el verano?


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