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Unidad 2, Lección 1. Español II. Tocatimbre, 26 de septiembre. Complete each sentence with an appropriate word or phrase. 1. Me gusta ___ ejercicio. 2. Es importante ___ una dieta balanceada. 3. Javier es ___ porque levanta pesas. 4. La ___ es una competencia de fútbol muy popular.

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Unidad 2, Lección 1

Español II


Tocatimbre, 26 de septiembre

  • Complete each sentence with an appropriate word or phrase.

  • 1. Me gusta ___ ejercicio.

  • 2. Es importante ___ una dieta balanceada.

  • 3. Javier es ___ porque levanta pesas.

  • 4. La ___ es una competencia de fútbol muy popular.

  • 5. Si no jugamos bien, vamos a ___ el partido.


Práctica

  • P. 92 Actividad 2


Repaso de vocabulario

  • Switch vocabulary puzzles with a classmate and put their puzzle together. First person to finish a puzzle gets a peso! (¡No pueden usar el libro!


El pretérito- verbos que terminan en -ar

  • Preterite –ar verbs review: Conjugate the following verbs

    • Acampar (yo)

    • Pescar (nosotros)

    • Regatear (Ellas)

    • Tomar (Vosotros)

    • Comprar (Tú)

    • Mandar (Él)


El pretérito- verbos que terminan en -ar

  • Preterite –ar verbs review: Conjugate the following verbs

    • Acampé

    • Pescamos

    • Regatearon

    • Tomasteis

    • Compraste

    • Mandó


El pretérito- verbos que terminan en -er o -ir

  • The endings for –er and –ir verbs are the same in the preterite tense


El pretérito- verbos que terminan en -er o -ir

  • Just like with –ar verbs, the nosotros form is the same as the present tense. Use the list of words from your –ar preterite verbs notes to help you determine the context of the sentence and whether it is speaking in the past or present.


Práctica

  • P. 96 Actividad 5

  • Libros de composició


Tocatimbre, 8 de octubre

  • Grammar Write complete sentences in the

    preterite tense using the parts listed below:

    • 1. Yo/ nacer/ en Los Ángeles.

    • 2. Mi familia / vivir / en California muchos

      años.

    • 3. Nosotros/volver/allí este año.

    • 4. Yo / conocer /a mis tíos.

    • 5. Ellos / escribirme / una carta.


Respuestas

  • 1. Yo nací en Los Ángeles.

  • 2. Mi familia vivió en California muchos años.

  • 3. Nosotros volvimos allí este año.

  • 4. Yo conocí a mis tíos.

  • 5. Ellos me escribieron una carta.


Tocatimbre, 10 de octubre

  • Answer the following questions in complete sentences.

    1. ¿Qué hicieron en la clase de educación física?

    2. ¿Preferiste esa actividad?

    3. ¿Aprendió la clase un nuevo ejercicio?

    4. ¿Tus amigos comprendieron las reglas?


Adverbos

  • An adverb is a word that describes or modifies a verb, adjective or another adverb.

    • We ran slowly. (Slowly is modifying ran)

  • In English, we add –ly to an adjective to make it an adverb. In Spanish, you add –mente to the feminine singular form of the adjective

    • Quickly rápidamente

    • Change active and slow to adverbs in Spanish


Adverbos

  • Some adverbs do not follow any pattern and must simply be memorized. Some common ones are:

    • Bastante  quite

    • Demasiado  too / too much

    • Mal  badly

    • Mucho  a lot

    • Muy  very

    • Nunca  never

    • Peor  worse

    • Poco  little

    • Siempre  always


Práctica

  • Turn the following adjectives into adverbs:

    • Fácil

      • fácilmente

    • Difícil

      • difícilmente

    • Feliz

      • felizmente

    • Alegre

      • alegremente

    • Nuevo

      • Nuevamente

  • Study Spanish Adverb Mini Quiz


Adjetivos demonstrativos

  • Demonstrative adjectives are use to "show" or "demonstrate" the locational relationship between the speaker and the person/thing being spoken to/about. 

  • “This” “that” and “thatfar away in time and/or space” are the English demonstrative adjectives.

  • In Spanish, the only difference is that the demonstrative adjectives have to agree in number and gender


Adjetivos demonstrativos

  • The decision whether to use "this," "that," or "that way over there" to describe where some item or entity is located relative to oneself is based on anwering "Yes" or "No" to these questions:

    • 1. Is the item being spoken about closer to the speaker than to the person to whom the speaker is speaking . . . or within "arm's length" of the speaker? Use this.

    • 2. Is the item closer to the person being spoken to . . . or within the immediate area surrounding the speaker? Use that.

    • 3. Is the item being spoken about far away from the person speaking and/or far away from the person to whom the speaker is speaking? Use that far away.


Adjetivos demonstrativos

  • SINGULAR & MASCULINESINGULAR & FEMININE

  • This: este           esta          

  • That: ese         esa          

  • That (far away): aquel         aquella  

  • PLURAL & MASCULINEPLURAL & FEMININE

  • These: estos           estas          

  • Those: esos           esas          

  • Those (far away): aquellos           aquellas

  • Notice that the singular feminine “this” is similar to a form of estar. This is why accents are so important!!


Práctica

  • Demonstrative adjective practice


Pronombres demonstrativos

  • A demonstrative pronoun represents a thing or things that are near or far in distance or time.

    • This one, that one

    • The Spanish demonstrative pronouns are always a single word.

  • The Spanish demonstrative pronouns look exactly like the Spanish demonstrative adjectives, but they all have accent marks. 


Pronombres demonstrativos

  • SINGULAR & MASCULINESINGULAR & FEMININE

  • This one: éste           ésta          

  • That one: ése         ésa          

  • That one (far away): aquél         aquélla  

  • PLURAL & MASCULINEPLURAL & FEMININE

  • These ones: éstos           éstas          

  • Those ones: ésos           ésas          

  • Those ones (far away): aquéllos           aquéllas

  • Notice that the accent is always on the first e!


Práctica

  • Study Spanish Demonstratives Practice

  • Cuaderno P. 58 with a same desk partner

  • P. 101 Activity 13

  • P. 102 Activity 16


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