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En Español I. 1-1 Prelim Notes Llamarse , Ser, Subject Pronouns Alphabet, Days of the Week . Llamarse – to call oneself. This verb is used to say what someone calls themselves. This is different than saying what someone’s name is.

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en espa ol i

En Español I

1-1 Prelim Notes

Llamarse, Ser, Subject Pronouns

Alphabet, Days of the Week

llamarse to call oneself
Llamarse – to call oneself

This verb is used to say what someone calls themselves. This is different than saying what someone’s name is.

For example: My name is Mr. Romanoski. I call myself Profe.

To ask what do you call yourself, use - ¿Cómote llamas?

To ask what is your name use - ¿Cuálestunombre?

saying where someone is from using the verb ser

When you want to say where someone is from you use the verb ser in Spanish.

  • This verb is irregular so you must memorize the forms.
  • To ask - where are you from?, ask - ¿De dóndeeres?
  • To ask – where is he/she from?, ask - ¿De dóndees?
Saying where someone is from using the verb <<ser>>.
spanish alphabet
Spanish Alphabet

A – ah

B – bay

C – say

Ch – chay

D – day

E – a (Like English letter “a”)

F – ef - ay

G – hay

H – ah - chay

  • I – ee (Like English letter “e”
  • J – hoe – tah
  • K – caw
  • L – el – lay
  • LL – a – yay
  • M – em – may
  • N – en – nay
  • Ñ – en – yay
  • O – o (like English letter O
spanish alphabet1
Spanish Alphabet

P – pay

Q – coo

R – air - ay

RR – air - rrrrrray

S – eh - say

T – tay

U – oo

V – bay

W – doh – blay - bay

  • X – eh - keys
  • Y – ee – gree – yeah - gah
  • Z – say - tah
alphabet song marching
Alphabet song - marching

A-B-C-Ch-D-E-F-G (repeat)

H-I-J-K (repeat)

L- (repeat) LL- (repeat)

M-N-Ñ-O-P (together)

Q-R-RR-S-T (repeat)

U-V-W-X (repeat)

Y- (repeat) Z-(repeat)

Yosé el alfabeto. ¡Olé! (together)

days of the week not capitalized in spanish
Days of the Week(not capitalized in Spanish)
  • lunes - Monday
  • martes – Tuesday
  • miércoles – Wednesday
  • jueves – Thursday
  • viernes – Friday
  • sábado – Saturday
  • domingo - Sunday
  • Song to the tune of Frère Jacques
  • lunes, martes (rpt.)
  • miércoles (rpt.)
  • jueves, viernes, sábado (rpt.)
  • domingo (rpt.)