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Study Guide for Exam 1 SPA 102 Study the previous notes that I posted about Expressions/ Locations! Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns, plus commands in the usted and ustedes form will be on the exam. These are all pages 208 219 Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns These represent the distance of something or someone from the speaker. Meaning this or that. o Aquí means here o Allí means there o Allá means over there The word ESTE is paired with the word AQUI to represent something close to the speaker. The word ESE is paired with the word ALLI to represent something further away from the speaker. The word AQUEL is paired with the word ALLA to represent something far away from the speaker. o The difference between D.As and D.Ps is that the adjectives modify the nouns in the sentence and are usually right before or after the noun in the sentence formation. The pronouns replace the noun in the sentence. The pronouns will also always have an accent somewhere in the word. And as usual depending on the form of the noun these words are either replacing or modifying they should follow the same form… singular/ plural, also masculine/ feminine. The Demonstrative Adjectives: o This/ these (meaning something close to the speaker) Este, Esta, Estos, Estas o That/ those (meaning something further from the speaker) Ese, Esa, Esos, Esas o That/ those (meaning something really far from the speaker) Aquel, Aquella, Aquellos, Aquellas The Demonstrative Prounouns o This/ these (meaning something close to the speaker) Éste, ésta, éstos, éstas o That/ those (meaning something further from the speaker) Ése, ésa, ésos, ésas o That/ those (meaning something really far from the speaker) Aquél, Aquélla, Aquéllos, Aquéllas However there are also neutral pronouns that can refer to something that has already been said. o Esto and Eso. An example is in the sentence “that’s what the teacher said” translating to “Eso es lo que dijo la profesora”
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