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spanish 1 final exam study guide

spanish 1 final exam study guide

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School: Collin County Community College District
Department: Spanish
Course: Beginning Spanish 1
Professor: Ana giron
Term: Summer 2016
Tags: spanish, foreign language, and Language
Cost: 50
Name: Beginning Spanish 1 Final Study Guide
Description: A study guide covering all material for the Spanish 1 final exam.
Uploaded: 12/04/2016
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What is the name of the friend of ___ ?




- What is your (informal) name?




- What is his/her name?



Beginning Spanish 1 Final Study Guide Ch. 1-5 (NOTE - “**” means that the professor has said this is on the exam) Ch.1 Actividades de comunicación Activity 1 Vocab - QUESTIONS ¿Cómo se llama? - What is his/her name? ¿Cómo te llamas? - What is your (informal) name? ¿Cuál(es)…? - Which/What…? Vocab - ANSWERS/ADDITIONAL WORDS Me llamo… - My name is… Se llama… His/Her We also discuss several other topics like calc 3 study guide
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name is… es/son - is/are su(s) - his, her, their el apellido/los apellidos - last name(s) DIALOGUES (**) —¿Cómo se llama la amiga de _____? What is the name of the friend of ___ ? —Se llama _____. His/Her name is ___. —Y, ¿cuáles son sus apellidos? And what are his/her last names? —Son _____. They are ___. GRAMMAR (Infórmate) Su and sus both mean his, her, theirs Su is used with singular nouns while sus is used with plural nouns su apellido his/her/their last name sus apellidos his her/their last names - (you use sus when there are multiple last names for  one person - NOT when their are multiple people.) Activity 2 Vocab Di - say ¿Cómo se escribe…? - How do you spell…?/How is __ spelled?Se escribe así… - it is spelled… con - with sin - without be grande - b (This is another way to say the letter b) ve chica - v (This is another way to say the letter v) DIALOGUES ¿Cómo se escribe ___? ¿Cómo se escriben el nombre Xiomara y el apellido Asencio? ¿Arapí se escribe con hache o sin hache? ¿Ovando se escribe con be grande o ve chica? ¿Cómo se escribe el apellido de Claudia (Cuéllar)? ¿Con ce o con cu? ¿Y el apellido de  Rodrigo (Yassín) se escribe con una ese o dos? ¿con i griega o con doble ele (elle)? Activity 3 Vocab  Habla - speak, talk DIALOUGES estudiante 1: Hola, ¿cómo te llamas? estudiante 2: Me llamo ___. E1: ¿Cómo se escribe tu nombre? E2: Se escribe ____ . E1: ¿Y cómo se escribe tu apellido? E2: Se escribe ____. GRAMMAR (Infórmate) tu - your tú - you Note that tú with an accent mark over the u means you, but tu without an accent means your. Activity 11 DIALOUGES Saluda a un compañero / una compañera. E1: Buenas tardes,____ . ¿Qué tal? E2: Bien, bien, gracias. ¿Y tú? E1: _____. Gusto de verte.

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