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Word Wall Honors Spanish II. SUBJECT PRONOUN. is a word that replaces a noun and is used as the subject of a sentence. Example: The boy runs. He runs. Week of August 29 th - September 2 nd. INFINITIVE. The word “to” plus a verb. Example: to run ( correr ), to walk ( caminar ).

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Word wall honors spanish ii

Word Wall Honors Spanish II


Subject pronoun

SUBJECT PRONOUN

  • is a word that replaces a noun and is used as the subject of a sentence.

    Example: The boy runs.

    He runs.

Week of August 29th- September 2nd


Infinitive

INFINITIVE

  • The word “to” plus a verb.

    • Example: to run (correr), to walk (caminar)

Week of August 29th- September 2nd


Definite article

Definite Article

  • THE- identifies a specific item.

  • Spanish: el, los, la, las

Week of September 6th- September 9th


Indefinite article

Indefinite Article

  • A, AN, SOME- identifies an unspecific item.

  • Spanish: un, unos, una, unas

Week of September 6th- September 9th


Hay there is there are

Hay= There is, There are

  • Infinitive form: Haber

Week of September 12th- September 16th


Personal a

Personal “a”

  • The preposition “a” is placed before a direct object that refers to a specific people or to a pet.

  • Example: Amo a mi perro.- I love my dog.

Week of September 12th- September 16th


Possessive adjectives

Possessive Adjectives

  • modifies a noun by attributing possession (or other sense of belonging) to someone or something.

  • Example: my dog-mi perro

Week of September 19th- September 23rd


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Aquí

  • English transition-

    HERE

Week of September 19th- September 23rd


Stem changing verbs

Stem-Changing Verbs

  • A verb that changes the stem from e > ie, o > ue, or e > i in all forms except nosotros/nosotras and vosotros/vosotras

Week of September 26th- September 30th


Indirect object pronouns

Indirect Object Pronouns

  • stand for the noun that is the recipient of the verb's action

Week of September 26th- September 30th


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Ser

  • To be

Permanent

Week of October 3rd – October 7th


Estar

Estar

  • To be

Temporary

Week of October 3rd – October 7th


Siempre

SIEMPRE

  • Always

Week of October 11th – October 14th


Hijos hija hijo

HijosHija-Hijo

  • Children

  • Daughter-Son

Week of October 11th – October 14th


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CADA

  • Each

Week of October 17th – October 21th


Poder to be able to

Poder- to be able to

  • Yopuedo

  • Túpuedes

  • Ella, él, Udpuede

  • Nosotrospodemos

  • Vosotrospodéis

  • Ellas, ellos, uds. pueden

Week of October 17th – October 21th


La madre el padre

La madre-El padre

Mother Father

Week of October 24th – October 28th


La t a el t o

La tía-El tío

Aunt Uncle

Week of October 24th – October 28th


La prima el primo

La prima-El primo

Cousin Cousin

Feminine Masculine

Week of October 31st – November 4th


La sobrina el sobrino

La sobrina-El sobrino

niece nephew

Week of October 31st – November 4th


El hermano la hermana

El hermano- La hermana

brother sister

Week of November 7th – 11th


El abuelo la abuela

El abuelo- La abuela

Grandfather Grandmother

Week of November 7th – 11th


El nieto la nieta

El nieto - La nieta

Grandson Granddaughter

Week of November 14th – 18th


Los parientes

Los parientes

relatives

Week of November 14th – 18th


Entonces

Entonces

  • then

Week of November 21st – 25th


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Allí

  • There, over there

Week of November 21st – 25th


A noche

Anoche

  • Last night

Week of November 29th-December 2nd


El pasado

El pasado

  • Past

Week of November 29th – December 2nd


J unto

Junto

  • Together

Week of December 5th – 9th


A yer

Ayer

  • Yesterday

Week of December 5th – 9th


El hombre de nieve

El hombre de nieve

  • Snowman

Week of December 12th – 16th


San nicol s pap noel

San Nicolás/ Papá Noel

  • Santa Claus

Week of December 12th – 16th


El elfo

El elfo

  • Elf

Week of December 19th – 22nd


El reno

El reno

  • Reindeer

Week of December 19th – 22nd


Feliz a o nuevo

Felizañonuevo

  • Happy New Year

Week of January 2nd– 6th, 2012


Dos mil doce

Dos mil doce

  • 2012

Week of January 2nd- 6th, 2012


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