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The Spanish Days of the Week and examples of use. “What day is it today?” – “¿ Qué dia es hoy?”. “Today is Saturday” = “Hoy es sábado ”. lunes - LOOH-ness martes – MAHR-tess miércoles – mee – EHR – coll-ess jueves – hw-EV-ess viernes – bee-EHR-ness sábado – SAH-ba-doh

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The Spanish Days of the Week and examples of use

“What day is it today?” – “¿Quédiaes hoy?”

“Today is Saturday” = “Hoy essábado”

lunes - LOOH-ness martes – MAHR-tess

miércoles – mee – EHR – coll-ess

jueves – hw-EV-ess

viernes – bee-EHR-ness

sábado – SAH-ba-doh

domingo- doh-MEEN-goh

Note that the Spanish days of the week (and the months) are NOT capitalised unlike in English

“¿Qué dia es hoy?”

“Hoy es……….”

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So – what sort of things do you do on certain days?, well for most of us it’s work between Monday and Friday:

“Los lunesempiezo el trabajo a lasocho” – On Mondays I start work at eight o’clock

“¿Cuálestudíapreferido? – What is your favourite day?.........................

Mi día preferido es el sábado porque estoy libre

Mi día preferido no es el lunes porque tengo que ir al trabajo

(….y martes, y miércoles, y jueves………..!!!)

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Let’s try some basic words…..(note these are just at random)

Click the mouse until a spanish word appears, try to answer it before clicking again……….

Ejemplo……..”los deberes = “

Homework

Ahorausted :

(con turatón)

Mi hermano

My brother

Mujer

Woman

Descansar

To rest

El recreo

Break

Ayer

Yesterday

Anteayer

Day before yesterday

Caro

Expensive

Borracho/a

Drunk

La asignatura

Subject/Course

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So you like Spanish – ¿tegustaespañol?

Let’s have a look at how we say whether or not we like something, or whether or not “it pleases us”. The verb GUSTAR followed by the NOUN expresses likes and dislikes….

Ejemplo – “Me gustanavegarpor internet” – I like surfing the internet (lit. it pleases me)

Ahorausted :

(con turatón)

Me gusta hacer parapente (pero es muy peligroso)

I like paragliding (but it is very dangerous)

Me gusta la paella pero no me gustan los vinos

I like the paella but I do not like wine

Me gusta el teatro (pero es aburrido a veces)

I like the theatre (but it is boring sometimes)

Nos gusta jugar al fútbol

We like playing football

A Enrique le gusta ver la televisión

Enrique likes watching television

NB: thelastoneliterallymeans : To Enrique itispleasingtowatchthetelevision