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Unidad 4 Lección 2 España. ¿Qué hacemos esta noche?. In this lesson you will learn to…. Describe places and events in town Talk about types of transportation Say what you are going to do Order from a menu Using: The verb ver, ir a + infinitive Stem-changing verbs o  ue

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Unidad 4 lecci n 2 espa a

Unidad 4 Lección 2España

¿Qué hacemos esta noche?


In this lesson you will learn to
In this lesson you will learn to…

  • Describe places and events in town

  • Talk about types of transportation

  • Say what you are going to do

  • Order from a menu

  • Using:

    • The verb ver, ir a + infinitive

    • Stem-changing verbs o  ue

    • Stem-changing verbs: e  I

  • ¿Recuerda?

    • Present tense of –er verbs

    • The verb –ir, tener expressions

    • Direct object pronouns


Presentaci n de vocabulario pg 246
Presentación de Vocabulariopg. 246

  • Transportación Transportation

    • a pie on foot

    • en coche by car

    • en autobús by bus

    • El centro downtown

  • Comidas Foods

    • el camarero the server

    • el menú the menu

    • el brócoli the broccoli

    • las patatas the potatoes

    • La carne the meat

    • el pollo the chicken

    • el bistec beef

    • el arroz the rice

    • el pescado the fish (as food)

    • la ensalada the salad

    • las verduras the vegetables

    • el tomate the tomatoe


Presentaci n de vocabulario pg 247 248
Presentación de Vocabulariopg. 247 & 248

  • la cuenta the bill (in a restaurant)

  • un café a coffee

  • el postre the dessert

  • pedir un pastel to order, to ask for a cake

  • dormir to sleep

  • la propina the tip (in a restaurant)

  • lugares places

  • restaurante restaurant

  • tomar to take

  • el cine the movie theater

  • la ventanilla the ticket window

  • las entradas the tickets

  • el teatro the theater

  • el parque the park

  • el concierto the concert

  • aquí here

  • la mesa the table


M s vocabulario pg 248
Más Vocabulariopg. 248

  • allí there

  • almorzar to eat lunch

  • costar to cost

  • los frijoles the beans

  • la música rock the rock music

  • poder to be able, can

  • servir to serve

  • tal vez perhaps, maybe

  • volver to return, to come back

    In Spain the word for cake is la tarta. The word for beans is las alubias.


Nota gram tical pg 249
Nota Gramáticalpg. 249

  • ¿Recuerdas? Present tense of –er verbs pg. 168.

  • Ver has an irregular yo form in the present tense: veo.

    Veo muchos autobuses en el centro.

    I see a lot of buses downtown.


Nota gram tical pg 251
Nota Gramáticalpg. 251

  • ¿Recuerdas? The verb –ir pg. 134

  • To talk about what you are going to do, use a form of ir a + infinitive.

    ¿Qué vana hacer ustedes?

    What are you going to do?

    Vamosa mirar una pelicula.

    We’re going to watch a movie.

  • Vamos acan also meanlet’s.


Presentaci n de gram tica pg 252
Presentación de Gramáticapg. 252

  • English Grammar Connection: Remember that there are no stem-changing verbs in the present tense of English (see pg. 224). In Spanish, o ue stem changes happen in all three classes of verbs: -ar, -er, and –ir.

  • Some verbs have an o  ue stem change in the present tense. How do you form the present tense of these verbs?


Presentaci n de gram tica pg 2521
Presentación de Gramáticapg. 252

  • Here’s How: Remember that stem-changing verbs have regular –ar, -er, and –ir endings. For o  ue stem-changing verbs, the last o of the stem changes to ue in all forms except nosotros(as) and vosotros(as).

    Poder to be able, can

    yo puedo nosotros(as) podemos

    tú puedes vosotros(as) podéis

    él, ella, ud. puede ellos(as), uds. pueden

    Carmen puede ir al concierto.

    Carmen can go to the concert.


Presentaci n de gram tica pg 2522
Presentación de Gramáticapg. 252

  • Other verbs you know what have this stem change are almorzar, costar, dormir, encontrar, and volver.

    Almuerzo a la una.

    I eat lunch at one o’clock.

    Antonio, ¿cuándo vuelves?

    Antonio, when are you coming back?


Presentaci n de gram tica pg 258
Presentación de Gramáticapg. 258

  • English Grammar Connection: Remember that there are no stem-changing verbs in the present tense of English (see pg. 224). There are, however, a number of stem-changing verbs in Spanish.

  • Some –ir verbs have an e  i stem change in the present tense. How do you form the present tense of these verbs?

  • Here’s How: For e  i stem-changing verbs, the last e of the stem changes to i in all form except nosotroas(as) and vosotroas(as).

    Servir to serve

    yo sirvo nosotros(as) servimos

    tú sirves vosotros(as) servís

    él, ella, ud. sierve ellos(as), uds. sirven

    El camarero sirve la comida

    The waiter serves the food.


Presentaci n de gram tica pg 2581
Presentación de Gramáticapg. 258

  • Another verb you know with this stem change is pedir.

    ¿Pides una ensalada?

    Are you ordering a salad?

    Siempre pedimos pollo.

    We always order chicken.


Pronunciaci n la letra c con e i pg 259
PronunciaciónLa letra c con e, i – pg. 259

  • Before e and i, the Spanish c is pronounced like the c in city.

    Listen and repeat:

    ce cero, centro, cerrar, quince

    ci cien, cine, precio, estación

  • In many regions of Spain, the c before e and i is pronounced like the th of the English word think.


Great this concludes unit 4 lesson 2 and also book 1a

GREAT!This concludesUnit 4 Lesson 2 and also Book 1a

See you in book 1b

Have a Great Summer!


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