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  1. Español II Capítulo III ~ páginas 80-117 Vocabulario I ~ páginas 84-89 Gramática I ~ páginas 90-95 Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  2. andar Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  3. El ayuntamiento Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  4. La banca Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  5. El banco Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  6. El café Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  7. La carnercería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  8. La clinica Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  9. El cementerio Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  10. El centrorecreativo Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  11. La comisaría Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  12. La estación de autobuses Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  13. La estación de tren Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  14. La estación de bomberos Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  15. La floristería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  16. La frutería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  17. El fuente Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  18. Hacerdiligencias Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  19. La heladería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  20. La licencia de conducir Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  21. El mercado Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  22. El monumento Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  23. La mueblería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  24. La panadería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  25. Pasearse(ref 3rd person pasear) Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  26. La pastelería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  27. La peluqería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  28. La pescadería Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  29. La plaza Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  30. prohibir Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  31. Recoger (a alquien) Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  32. Los teléfonos Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  33. Creoquesí. I think so. Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  34. Disculpe Excuse me Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  35. Llevar (a alquien) To take (someone) Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  36. ¿Me podríadecir …? Could you tell me…? Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  37. No estoyseguro(a). I’m not sure. Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  38. Preguntarle a alquien Ask someone Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  39. Sí, claro. Yes, of course. Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  40. Cortarse el pelo To get a hair cut Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  41. Dar unavueltapor… To walk / drive around… Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  42. The Impersonal “se” Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  43. The Impersonal “se” • In English we often use they, you, one, or people in an impersonal or indefinite sense meaning “people in general.” Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  44. The Impersonal “se” • In Spanish we use se + the Ud./él/ella or the Uds./ellos/ellas form of the verb. Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  45. The Impersonal “se” • Se habla español. • Spanish is spoken here. Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  46. The Impersonal “se” • A menudo se sirve pan con paella. • Bread is often served with paella. Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  47. The Impersonal “se” • Se permite sacar fotos? • Can you take pictures? Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  48. Negative Tú Commands • Se usan otros mariscos también para hacer paella. • They also use other shellfish to make paella. Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  49. Verbs ending in -car, -gar, and-zar have a spelling change in the “yo” form of the pretérito. Unos Irregulares: buscar tocar practicar pagar jugar llegar almorzar empezar comenzar Señora Kauper's Spanish classes

  50. The “yo” form of the pretérito changes to conserve the sound of the infinitive: -car -gar -zar “-qué” “-gué” “-cé” “tocé” “jugé” “rezé” Señora Kauper's Spanish classes