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Cornell Notes: Definite and indefinite articles. Se ň orita Gondocs Espa ň ol 2 9/19/11. BR:. Eres de Puerto Rico? Si, ____ de Puerto Rico o No, ___ soy de Puerto Rico. . AGENDA: 1. BR 2. Cornell Notes 3. Worksheet TAREA (homework): 1. Finish worksheet . Objectives:.

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Cornell notes definite and indefinite articles

Cornell Notes: Definite and indefinite articles

SeňoritaGondocs

Espaňol 2

  • 9/19/11


Cornell notes definite and indefinite articles

BR:

  • Eres de Puerto Rico?

  • Si, ____ de Puerto Rico o No, ___ soy de Puerto Rico.


Agenda 1 br 2 cornell notes 3 worksheet tarea homework 1 finish worksheet

AGENDA:1. BR2. Cornell Notes3. WorksheetTAREA (homework):1. Finish worksheet


Objectives

Objectives:

  • Students will review the usage of definite and indefinite articles.

  • Students will learn to distinguish the gender and number of each article.


What are articles

What are articles?

A part of speech, exp: a, an, the

“a,an” ---indefinite articles

“the”---definite article


Cookie example

Cookie example:

  • Give me the chocolate chip cookie.Give me a cookie, please.

  • Imagine a plate full of cookies. There are peanut butter cookies, sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies, and one chocolate chip cookie.

  • The first sentence speaks of a particular (or definite/SPECIFIC) cookie:

  • Give me the chocolate chip cookie.

  • The second sentence speaks of any of a number of cookies (or an indefinite/NOT SPECIFIC) cookie:

  • Give me a cookie, please.

  • The difference between the definite and indefinite articles is the difference between talking about a specific cookie, or any old cookie at all.

  • the cookiea cookie


Indefinite and definite articles

Indefinite and definite articles

Indefinite articles:

MASCULINE

  • Un perro

  • Unosperros

    FEMININE

  • Unachica

  • Unaschicas

Definite articles:

MASCULINE

  • El perro

  • Los perros

    FEMININE

  • La chica

  • Las chicas


Take away message

Take Away Message:

  • Before you figure out what article is needed in a sentence please make sure you have looked at the gender and number of the noun.

  • TWO Questions to ask yourself:

  • #1 Is my noun MALE OR FEMALE?

  • #2Is my noun SINGULAR OR PLURAL?

  • Once you have answered both questions the answer will become

  • obvious.


Cornell notes definite and indefinite articles

  • PREGUNTAS???????

  • GRACIAS

  • POR SU ATENCIÓN!


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