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background image Spanish Week 5 Class Notes Pronunciación Spanish Vowels Spanish vowels are never silent; they are always pronounced in a  short, crisp manner with the glide sounds used in English.  
The letter a is pronounced like the a in father, but shorter.
The letter e is pronounced like the e in they, but shorter.
The letter I sounds like the ee in beet, but shorter.
The letter o is pronounced like the o in tone, but shorter.
The letter u sounds like the oo in room, but shorter.
Chapter Two Vocabulary
La biblioteca: Library
La cafeteria: cafeteria 
La casa: home/house
El estadio: stadium
El laboratoria: laboratory
La librería:bookstore
La residencia estudiantil: dormitory
La Universidad: university/college
El/la compañero/a de clase: classmate
El/la compañero/a de cuarto: room mate
La clase: class
El curso: course
La especialización: major
El examen: test/exam
El horario: schedule
La prueba: test/quiz
El semestre: semester
La tarea: homework
El trimestre: trimester/quarter
La admiistración de empresas: administration
El arte: art
background image La biologia: biology Las ciencias: sciences
La computación: computer science
La contabilidad: accounting
La economía: economics
El español:Spanish
La fisica: physics
La geografía: geography
La música: music
Las materias: courses The days of the week are never capitalized in Spanish.  Monday is 
considered the first day of the week.
Present tense of -ar, -er, -ir verbs Estudiar: to study Comer: to eat
Escribir: to write
Yo estudio: I study
Tu estudias: you study
Ud,/el/ella estudia: you study, he/she studies
Nosotros/nosotras estudiamos: we study
Vosotros/vosotras estudiais: you study
Uds,/ellos/ellas estudian: you study/they study
To create the forms of most regular verbs in Spanish, drop  the infinitive endings (-ar, -er, -ir).  You then add to the stem
the endings that correspond to the different subject 
pronouns.  This diagram will help you visualize verb 
conjugation.
Conjugation  of -ar verbs INFINITIVE VERB STEM CONJUGATED FORM Estudiar estudi-  yo estudio Bailar bail tu bailas Trabajar trabaj nosotros trabajamos

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School: Brenau University
Department: Foreign Language
Course: Introduction to Spanish
Professor: Professor Colombini
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Week 5 Spanish 101 Notes
Name: Week 5 Spanish 101 Notes
Description: Week 5 Spanish 101 Notes
Uploaded: 09/26/2018
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