¿ Tienes un animal?. WALT : Recognise words for pets and say which ones I have in Spanish. WILF: To be able to write a sentence saying what pets I have for a Level 2 To be able to use plurals and a connective accurately for Level 3.
¿Tienes un animal?
WALT: Recognise words for pets and say which ones I have in Spanish
Un IN SPANISH.perro
Un IN SPANISH.hamster
Un IN SPANISH.cobayo
WRITE THE DATE AND THE TITLE IN SPANISH.“LOS ANIMALES” IN YOUR BOOKS
COPY EACH OF THE WORDS FOR PETS IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH. YOU CAN ADD YOUR OWN DRAWING OF EACH PET IF YOU LIKE. COPY THE WORDS FIRST AND LEAVE ENOUGH ROOM FOR THE PICTURES AFTERWARDS.
SET YOUR WORK OUT LIKE THIS…
WHEN YOU HAVE DONE ALL 12 PETS, GET YOUR TEACHER TO CHECK YOUR SPELLINGS, THEN GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE.
TO ASK SOMEONE “DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS?” IN SPANISH, THIS IS WHAT YOU SAY…
“¿TIENES UN ANIMAL?”
WRITE THIS TITLE IN YOUR BOOK ….
“TALKING ABOUT MY PETS”
WRITE “¿TIENES UN ANIMAL?” = “DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS?” IN YOUR BOOK
THE NEXT SLIDES WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION IN SPANISH.
TO ANSWER SOMEONE “DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS?” IN SPANISH, THIS IS WHAT YOU SAY…
= I HAVE…..
FOLLOWED BY THE WORD FOR YOUR PET.
TENGO UN GATO = I HAVE A CAT
TENGO UN GATO Y UN CONEJO
= I HAVE A DOG AND A RABBIT
IF YOU DON’T HAVE ANY PETS, THIS IS WHAT YOU SAY…
NO TENGO UNIMALES = I DON’T HAVE ANY PETS
COPY THESE EXAMPLES INTO YOUR EXERCISE BOOKS
HOW TO SAY IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN ONE TYPE OF PET – THIS IS WHAT YOU SAY…“PLURALS”
MORE THAN ONE OF SOMETHING IS KNOWN AS A “PLURAL”.
IN ENGLISH, TO MAKE SOMETHING PLURAL, WE ADD AN “S” TO THE WORD
FOR EXAMPLE, 2 CATS, 4 DOGS, SOME RABBITS ETC.
THERE ARE SOME EXCEPTIONS OF COURSE… EG, A SHEEP, 2 SHEEP. 1 MOUSE, SOME MICE.
PLURALS ARE VERY SIMILAR IN SPANISH…
TO MAKE SOMETHING PLURAL YOU ADD AN “S”
UNOS PERROS (= SOME DOGS)
AS IN ENGLISH, THERE ARE EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULE. THE NEXT SLIDE SHOWS SOME EXAMPLES…
SOME DIFFERENT PLURALS IN SPANISH THIS IS WHAT YOU SAY…
UN PEZ- (ONE FISH)
DOS PECES (TWO FISH)
(IF THE WORD ENDS IN A CONSONANT, ADD -S)
COPY THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLES INTO YOUR BOOKS THIS IS WHAT YOU SAY…
TENGO DOS GATOS= I HAVE TWO CATS
TENGO TRES CONEJOS = I HAVE THREE RABBITS
TENGO UNOS PECES = I HAVE SOME FISH
TENGO DOS PÁJAROS = I HAVE TWO BIRDS
TENGO DOS CABALLOS= I HAVE TWO HORSES
TENGO DOS RATONES = I HAVE TWO MICE
NOW WRITE IN SPANISH A SENTENCE SAYING WHAT PETS YOU HAVE.
NOW HAVE A GO AT THE EXERCISES ON THE NEXT SLIDES TO PRACTISE THESE PHRASES…
WRITE A SENTENCE IN SPANISH BASED ON EACH PICTURE. SET YOUR WORK OUT LIKE THE EXAMPLE.
Tengo dos perros
= A mouse
= A cat
Did you notice anything different about the Spanish word for “a” with these pets?
That’s right, one says “un”, the other says “una”.
They both mean “a” so why are they different?
In Spanish all nouns (person, place or things) are known as either Masculine or Feminine.
Read the next slide carefully as it will explain more
READ THIS SLIDE VERY CAREFULLY you like.
Every NOUN in Spanish is either Masculine or Feminine
A noun is a person, place or thing. Any word that you can put the word “a”or “the” in front.
In Spanish, the words for “a” and “the” are different, depending on if the word is masculine or feminine.
REMEMBER: It is the “word” itself which is either masculine or feminine. You might own a female cat, but the word for “cat” in Spanish will always be masculine.
How do you know if a word is masculine or feminine? You have to learn them!!
When you learn a new noun in Spanish you will always learn it with the extra words “UN”, “UNA”, “EL” or “LA”. Just like you did with the words for pets.
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