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Apuntes:. El abecedario/The alphabet (p10) Los números 0-100/Numbers 0-100 (p16-17, p87). Las letras/Letters. Vocales/Vowels (A, E, I, O, U): A Name: _____ (ah) Sound: like “a” in father E Name: _____ (eh) Sound: in between “ay” in day and “e” in bet I Name: _____ (ee)

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Apuntes
Apuntes:

  • El abecedario/The alphabet (p10)

  • Los números 0-100/Numbers 0-100 (p16-17, p87)


Las letras letters
Las letras/Letters

Vocales/Vowels (A, E, I, O, U):

A Name: _____ (ah)

Sound: like “a” in father

EName: _____ (eh)

Sound: in between “ay” in day and “e” in bet

IName: _____ (ee)

Sound: like “ee” in feet

O Name: _____ (oh)

Sound: like “o” in coat

UName: _____ (ooh)

Sound: like “oo” in food

Remember:

all vowels have

only ______ sound


Las letras letters1

Consonantes/Consonants:

Ch Name: _____ (chey)

Sound: like “ch”

G Name: _____ (hey)

Sound: like “g” in gun or “h” in happy

HName: _____ (ah-chay)

Sound: none, silent

JName: _____ (ho-tah)

Sound: like “h” in English, but with more air from your throat

(all letters other than a,e,i,o,u)

Ll Name: _____ (ay-yay)

Sound: like “y”

ÑName: _____ (eh-nyay)

Sound: like “ny” in canyon

Q Name: _____ (cooh)

Sound: like “k”

RName: _____ (eh-ray)

Sound: slight combination of “r” and “d” in middle of word, rolled “r” in beginning of word

Las letras/Letters


Las letras letters2
Las letras/letters

Remember: these are ___________ the consonants, just the ones that do not make the same sounds as in English.

Consonantes/Consonants: (all letters other than a,e,i,o,u)

RrName: _____ (eh-rray)

Sound: rolled or trilled r

V Name: ve, _____ , be _____ (vay, ooh-vay, bay corta)

Sound: like “b” in beginning of word, like “v” in the middle of word

ZName: _____ (say-tah)

Sound: like “s” (in Spain it is like “th”)


The alphabet chant
The Alphabet Chant

  • a, be, ce, che, de, e, efe…

  • ge, hache, i , jota, ka…

  • Ele, elle,…

  • Eme, ene, eñe, (everyone)

  • ¡O, pe! (everyone)

  • qu, ere, erre, ese, te…

  • U, ve, doble ve, equis…

  • i griega, zeta,…

  • Yo sé el alfabeto, ¡olé! (everyone)



Los n meros numbers1

0 ____________

1 ____________

2 ____________

3 ____________

4 ____________

5 ____________

6 ____________

7 ____________

8 ____________

9 ____________

10___________

Los números/Numbers


Los n meros numbers2

11___________

12___________

13___________

14___________

15___________

16___________

17___________

18___________

19___________

20___________

Los números/Numbers


Los n meros 21 29

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

__________________

__________________

__________________

veinticuatro

veinticinco

__________________

veintisiete

veintiocho

veintinueve

Los números 21-29


Los n meros numbers3

30____________

40____________

50____________

60____________

70____________

80____________

90____________

100___________

Los números/Numbers


Los n meros 31 99
Los números 31-99

  • ___________ the number 30, 40, 50, etc. to the other number (1, 2, 3, etc.).

  • Use the word “________” (________) to connect the numbers.

    • 30 + 1 = 31 ___________________________

    • 40 + 2 = 42 ___________________________

    • 60 + 5 = 65 ___________________________


Pr ctica practice the following numbers

0

5

11

16

33

23

40

52

68

100

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

_____________________

Práctica: Practice the following numbers


What is your phone number

Informal - used with

friends

close relatives

someone younger than you

(tú)

¿___________________________?

Formal - used with

a person you don’t know

someone older

someone for whom you want to show respect

(Usted or Ud.)

¿_____________________________?

What is your phone number?

___________________________…


Saying your phone number
Saying your phone number

  • In Spanish-speaking countries, we usually group the numbers in a phone number into sets of __________ when possible.

  • For example:

  • 714-626-5826 would be 7-14-6-26-58-26

  • Siete-___________-seis-veintiséis-cincuenta y ocho-______________


Pr ctica write the following phone numbers in spanish

909-123-4567

714-321-6549

562-315-9876

____________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________

Práctica: Write the following phone numbers in Spanish.


Apuntes1
Apuntes:

  • Los días de la semana/The days of the week (p18-19)

  • Los meses del año/The months of the year (p165)


Los d as de la semana

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

_____________

_____________

_____________

_____________

_____________

_____________

_____________

Los días de la semana

On which day of the week does a calendar begin (in Spanish)?

________

(______)

In Spanish, the days of the week are _____________ __________________________ !


On monday on mondays
On Monday…/On Mondays…

  • When you want to say what happens this Monday, you say:

    • ____________________________….

  • When you want to say what happens __________ Monday you say:

    • ____________________________….


Los meses del a o

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Los meses del año

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

  • _____________

In Spanish, the months of the year are _____ ____________!


La fecha the date
La fecha/The date

When you want to say the date in Spanish you use the following structure:

es el (__) de (____) del año 2009.

Sept. 19, 2009 =

_________________ (diecinueve) ______________ ____________________________ (dos mil nueve).

***The first day of the month is always “______________,” NEVER “___________.”***

________

________


La fecha the date1
La fecha/The date

When you want to write the date in numbers in Spanish, the day comes first, then the month, and then the year.

September 19, 2007 = __/__/__

______

______

______


Qu d a es hoy
¿Qué día es hoy?

septiembre/octubre 2009


Qu d a es hoy1
¿Qué día es hoy?

septiembre 2009