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¡A Comer!. Capítulo 6 VOCABULARIO & GRAMÁTICA 2. VOCABULARIO 2. Commenting on Food Making Polite Requests. El Arroz. 1. Rice. El Bróculi. 2. Broccoli. El café con leche. 3. Coffee with Milk. La carne. 4. Meat. Los cereales. 5. Cereal. El chocolate. 6. Chocolate.

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¡A Comer!

Capítulo 6

VOCABULARIO & GRAMÁTICA 2


VOCABULARIO 2

Commenting on Food

Making Polite Requests


El Arroz

  • 1. Rice


El Bróculi

  • 2. Broccoli


El café con leche

  • 3. Coffee with Milk


La carne

  • 4. Meat


Los cereales

  • 5. Cereal


El chocolate

  • 6. Chocolate


El durazno(el melocotón)

  • 7. Peach


Las Espinacas

  • 8. Spinach


El huevo

  • 9. Egg


El maiz

  • 10. Corn


La manzana

  • 11. Apple


La naranja

  • 12. Orange


El pan

  • 13. Bread


El pan dulce

  • 14. Pastries


El pan tostado

  • 15. toast


El pastel

  • 16. cake


El pescado

  • 17. fish

pez


El pollo

  • 18. chicken

gallina


El tocino

  • 19. bacon


La zanahoria

  • 20. carrot


Desayunar

  • 21. to eat breakfast


Almorzar

  • 22. to eat lunch


Cenar

  • 23. to eat dinner


24. Conjugate the following [o-ue] stem-changing verbs.

“to eat lunch”

Almorzar

almuerzo

almorzamos

almuerzas

almorzaís

almuerza

almuerzan


Ayudar

  • 25. to help


Añadir

  • 26. to add


Calentar [e-ie]

  • 27. to heat up


Cortar

  • 28. to cut


Mezclar

  • 29. to mix


El Refrigerador

  • 30. refrigerator


GRAMÁTICA 2

Stem-Changing Verbs

SER vs, ESTAR


LO, LA, LOS, LAS

  • 1. What are the 4 direct object pronouns?


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 2. Which direct object pronoun would fit in the blank?

  • ¿Comes huevos en el desayuno?

  • Sí, _________ comotodos los días.

los


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 3. Which direct object pronoun would fit in the blank?

  • ¿Pidestocino con los huevos?

  • No, nunca _________ pido.

lo


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 4. Which direct object pronoun would fit in the blank?

  • ¿Tomas leche en el desayuno?

  • No, nunca _________ tomo.

la


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 5. Which direct object pronoun would fit in the blank?

  • ¿Comes naranjaspor la mañana?

  • Sí, siempre _________ como.

las


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 6. How would you say… “I set it (referring to the table)?

Yo la pongo.


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 7. How would you say… “She prepares it (referring to breakfast)?

Ella lo prepara.


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 8. How would you say… “We eat them. (referring to apples)?

Nosotroslascomemos.


¿LO, LA, LOS, or LAS?

  • 9. How would you say… “They drink them. (referring to sodas)?

Ellos los toman.


TENas in ¡Ten cuidado!

  • 10. What is the affirmative command form for…

TENER?


VENas in ¡Venconmigo!

  • 11. What is the affirmative command form for…

VENIR?


PONas in ¡Pon la mesa!

  • 12. What is the affirmative command form for…

PONER?


VEas in ¡Ve a la cocina!

  • 13. What is the affirmative command form for…

IR?


SÉas in ¡Sétrabajadora!

  • 14. What is the affirmative command form for…

SER?


HAZas in ¡Haztutarea!

  • 15. What is the affirmative command form for…

HACER?


SALas in ¡Sal rápido!

  • 16. What is the affirmative command form for…

SALIR?


SACAas in ¡Saca la basura!

  • 17. What is the affirmative command form for…

SACAR?


LAVAas in ¡Lava los platos!

  • 18. What is the affirmative command form for…

LAVAR?


CALIENTAas in ¡Calienta el chocolate!

  • 19. What is the affirmative command form for…

CALENTAR?


Ábrela.

  • 20. How would you tell someone to

    “open it”, referring to the oven?


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