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REVISTA SER Yo  Soy Nosotros  Somos Tú  Eres Vosotros  Sois Usted  Es Ustedes  Son Él/Ella  Es Ellos/Ellas  Son. ¡ L o s C o l o r e s !. Rojo. Anaranjado. Verde . Amarillo . Gris. Negro. Azul. Blanco. Rosado. Morado. Marrón. ¿De qué color es ….?.

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REVISTASERYoSoyNosotrosSomosTúEresVosotrosSoisUstedEsUstedesSonÉl/EllaEsEllos/EllasSon


L o s c o l o r e s
¡LosColores!













De qu color es
¿De qué color es….?



Los adjectivos
¡Los Adjectivos!


Adjectives in Spanish match the noun that they modify in both number and gender… Its simpler than it sounds… I promise.


So, that means: both number and gender… Its simpler than it sounds… I promise.★Feminine adjectives usually end in “A”★Masculine adjectives usually end in “O”★Feminine plural adjectives end in “AS”★Masculine plural adjectives usually end in “OS”★Adjectives that end in a consonant end in “ES” when pluralized


Bonito
Bonito both number and gender… Its simpler than it sounds… I promise.


Bonitos
Bonitos both number and gender… Its simpler than it sounds… I promise.


Bonita
Bonita both number and gender… Its simpler than it sounds… I promise.


Bonitas
Bonitas both number and gender… Its simpler than it sounds… I promise.


Adjectives of quantity and question-asking words precede (come before) the noun they modify.Ejemplos:✔Tengo DOS cuadernosverdesI have two green notebooks✔CUÁNTAS sillas hay? How many chairs are there?


Ejemplos hay un libro rojo hay una regla roja hay dos libros rojos hay dos reglas rojas
Ejemplos (come before) the noun they modify.:✔Hay un librorojo✔Hay unareglaroja✔Hay dos librosrojos✔Hay dos reglasrojas


Miss piggy es una cochina
Miss Piggy (come before) the noun they modify.esunacochina…


Rosada
Rosada (come before) the noun they modify.


Los dos kermits son hombres
Los dos (come before) the noun they modify.Kermits son hombres…


Verdes
verdes (come before) the noun they modify.


Cookie monster y gonzo son chicos
Cookie Monster (come before) the noun they modify.y Gonzo son chicos…


Azules
Azules (come before) the noun they modify.


Animal es una persona
Animal (come before) the noun they modify.esuna persona…


Roja (come before) the noun they modify.

✓Note, Animal is male,

but the word “persona”

in Spanish is feminine,

so the adjective is also feminine


Cookie monster es un chico
Cookie monster (come before) the noun they modify.es un chico…


Azul (come before) the noun they modify.


Contradicciones
Contradicciones (come before) the noun they modify.


Kermit es una chica rosada
¿Kermit (come before) the noun they modify.esunachicarosada?


No l es un hombre verde
No, (come before) the noun they modify.éles un hombre verde.


Miss piggy es un burro marr n
¿Miss Piggy (come before) the noun they modify.es un burro marrón?


No ella es una cochita rosada
No, (come before) the noun they modify.ellaesunacochitarosada.

Worksheet: Pg. 65 Ex. 5


Los d as de la semana

Los (come before) the noun they modify.días de la semana…

★The Spanish week begins on Monday, not Sunday

★Days of the week are not capitalized


Lunes martes m rcoles jueves viernes s bado domingo
lunes (come before) the noun they modify.martesmércolesjuevesviernessábadodomingo


Lunes (come before) the noun they modify., martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sabado, domingo.Son sietedías a la semana,Cinco en el coley dos en casa.Hoy los aprendocantandoasí.Lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sabado, domingo.Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. There are seven days in the week, five in school and two at home. Today I learn them singing this way. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday


El horario de paco mart nez
El (come before) the noun they modify.Horario de PacoMartínez


El arte
El arte (come before) the noun they modify.


La biolog a
La (come before) the noun they modify.biología


La clase
La (come before) the noun they modify.clase


El colegio
El (come before) the noun they modify.colegio


El espa ol
El (come before) the noun they modify.español


La historia
La (come before) the noun they modify.historia


El ingl s
El (come before) the noun they modify.inglés


Las matem ticas
Las (come before) the noun they modify.matemáticas


La m sica
La (come before) the noun they modify.música


Los estudios jud os
Los (come before) the noun they modify.estudiosjudíos


Estudiar (come before) the noun they modify.– un verbo “AR”YoestudioNosotrosestudiamosTúestudiasVosotrosestudiáisUd./Él/EllaestudiaUds./Ellos/EllaEstudian

Exercise 10 Pg. 68


All regular “AR” verbs in Spanish are conjugated with the same endings.Some other regular “AR” verbs are:✔Hablar- To Talk✔Necesitar- To Need✔Terminar- To Finish/To End


Ar endings yo o nosotros as amos tu as vosotros as is l ella ud a ellos as ud an
AR endings the same endings.YoONosotros/asAMOSTuASVosotros/asÁISÉl, Ella, Ud.AEllos/as, Ud.AN


En the same endings.grupos de dos¿Quéestuhorario/Quéestudias?¿Quéestudiasestasemana?¿Cuálestuclasefavorita?¿Á quéhoraestuclasefavorita?

Exercise 13, Pg. 70


Un canc on de celia cruz la vida es un carival
¡Un the same endings.cancíon de Celia Cruz!“La Vida es un Carival”


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