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Study Guide for Exam 1

by: Eryn Dixon

Study Guide for Exam 1 SPAN 101

Eryn Dixon
CSU Chico
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This is the 'complete' study guide for Exam 1. While this study guide is pretty complete, overview from the book and class notes is also needed. It covers the Preliminary Chapter, Chapter 1, and Ch...
First Semester Spanish
Obdulia Corona
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This 5 page Study Guide was uploaded by Eryn Dixon on Monday September 26, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SPAN 101 at California State University Chico taught by Obdulia Corona in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see First Semester Spanish in Foreign Language at California State University Chico.


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Date Created: 09/26/16
Study guide for Spanish 101 Fall 2016 EXAMEN I 5 de Oct. Los números del 0-100 (spelling in Spanish)​ 45 cuarenta y cinco cero, un, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve y diez once, doce, trece, catorce, quince, dieciséis, diecisiete, dieciocho, diecinueve y veinte veintiuno, veintidós, etc treinta, treinta y uno (every number after veinte has an ‘y’), treinta y dos cuarenta, cincuenta, sesenta, setenta, ochenta, noventa y cien Question words ¿Cómo? ¿ Qué? Etc. Cómo- How? Cómo se dice…?- How do say…? Cuál- Which? Qué- What? Cuántos- How many? ?Cuantos anos tiene?- How many years does she have? De dónde- Where?- ?De dónde eres?- Where are you from? Quién (es)- Who (is)....? Quien es ella?- Who is she? NOTE: All question words have an accent. Question word(s) + verb + (subject) = (Subject) + verb… ?Son ellas de Perú?- Are they from Peru? No, no​ son de Perú.- ​No​ they are ​not​ from Peru. No, son de Panamá.- No, they are from Panama. Verbs: llamarse, tener ser Verbos Yo Tu Él, Ella, Ud. Nosotros Ellos, Ellas, Uds. Llamarse Me llamo Te llamas Se llama Nos llamamos Se llaman Tener Tengo Tienes Tiene Tenemos Tienen Ser Soy Eres Es Somos Son Occupational: abogado, profesor, etc. ​ Recepcionis​ta- Receptionist Abogado/Abogada- Lawyer ​ Econom​ista- Economist Agente de Viajes- Travel Agent ​ Cam ​ arero/Camarera- Waiter/Waitress Ama de Casa- Housewife ​ ​ Director/Directora- Director Artista- Artist ​ ​ Actor/Actriz- Actor Cantante- Singer ​ ​ Estudiante- Student Comerciante- Business Owner ​ Depo​ rtista- Athlete Hombre/Mujer de Negocios- Businessman/Businesswoman ​ ​ Dentista- Dentist Periodista- Journalist ​ Inge​niero/Ingeniera- Engineer Policía/(mujer)Policía- Policeman/Policewoman ​ Medico/Medica, Doctor/Doctora- Doctor Programador/Programadora de Computadoras- Computer Programer ​ Secretario/Secretaria- Secretary ​ Vendedor/Vendedora- Store Clerk Plural forms and the definite articles el, la ,los, las Gender Rules:​ 1) Ending in -l, -o, -n, or -r are usually masculine (El pape​l​, El cepill​o​, el televiso​r​, ​ El jabón) Exceptions: La mano, La foto, La moto (‘la motocicleta’ and ‘la fotografía’ ends in ‘a’ making it feminine so the abbreviation is also feminine) 2)​ Ending in -e are often masculine (el cine, el baile, el pie) ​Exceptions: la clase, la gente, la parte 3) Ending in -a, -ad, -cion, -sion are normally feminine (la universidad, la novela, ​ la composición, la televisión E ​ xceptions: words from Greek origin, usually ending in -ma or -te (el agua, el ama de casa, el aula) 4) The gender of words ending in -e or -ista depends on who it is describing (girl or boy). el estudiante (male student) or la estudiante (female student), el pianista (male piano player) or la pianista (female piano player), el artista (male artist) or la artista (female artist). Plural or Singular:​ 1) Ending in a vowel, just add -s to the end (los escritorios, las revistas, los presidentes) 2) Ending in a consonant (not a vowel), add -es (los professores, las mujeres, las ciudades, los exámenes, las naciones) 3) Words ending in -z will change the -z to a -c and then -es will be added (los lapices) Logic combinations/ vocabulario. Escuchar > la radio.​ (Study the vocabulary at the end of the chapters). Possessive adjectives: mi(s), tu(s), etc. Possessive Adjective Plural Mi Mis Tu Tus Su Sus Nuestro/a Nuestros/as Su Sus Complete a conversation Circle words that does not belong in the group la revista, el kleenex, la novela, el periódico el champú, el jabón, la foto, la toalla la mesa, el sofá, la cama, la cámara Los días de la semana: lunes, martes, etc. The days of the week are not capitalized unless they are at the beginning of a sentence. The ​ ​ Spanish calendar starts on ​lunes instead of​ omingo like an english calendar. lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sábado, domingo ​ Tener que + infinitive (indicating obligations)​ T ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​


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