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Spanish IV, Exam 2

by: Kayla Mathias

Spanish IV, Exam 2 SPA 104

Kayla Mathias
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
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These notes cover all of the vocabulary and grammar from chapter 13.
Intermediate Spanish IV
Dr. Angelo Rodriguez
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spanish, foreign language, Spanish Grammar, subjunctive, reciprocal verbs, Spanish Vocabulary
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kayla Mathias on Saturday March 26, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SPA 104 at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania taught by Dr. Angelo Rodriguez in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Intermediate Spanish IV in Spanish at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.

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Date Created: 03/26/16
Spanish IV—Chapter 13 Exam Vocab 1: El anillo—ring La ceremonia—ceremony Abrazar—to hug La cita—date Besar—to kiss El compromise—engagement Comprometerse (con)—to get engaged La luna de miel—honeymoon (to) La muerte—death Dar a luz—to give birth El nacimiento—birth Desear—to desire or wish El noviazgo—relationship or Divorciarse (de)—to get divorced engagement Enamorarse (de)—to fall in love (with) La pareja—couple Esperar—to hope El (la) prometido(a)—fiancé Estar ebarazada—to be pregnant La recepcion—reception Extrañar—to miss El recién casado—newly-weds Insister (en)—to insist (on) El (la) soltero(a)—single/unmarried Llevarse (bien/mal)—to get along well individual or poorly La union libre—common-law union Mandar—to order (couple that lives together, but isn’t Nacer—to be born married) Odiar—to hate El (la) viudo(a)—widow(er) Proponer matrimonio—to propose La adolescencia—adolescence marriage El estado civil—civil status Querer—to love La juventud—youth Romper (con)—to break up (with) La madurez—maturity Serararse (de)—to separate (from) La niñez—childhood Sugerir—to suggest La vejez—old age Vocab 2: La Televisión El anuncio commercial—commercial El noticario—news La audiencia—audience El patrocinador—sponsor La cablevision—cablevision La programación—programming El canal—TV channel El reproductor de DVDs—DVD player La clasificación—TV ratings La telenovela—soap operas El concurso—game show El televidente—television viewer El conductor—TV host La televisión por satélite—satellite El control remote—remote control television El documental—documentary La Computadora Los dibujos animados—cartoons Los audífonos—headphones El(la) locutor(a)—announcer El buscador—search engine El Internet—Internet Verbos El MP3—MP3 player Chatear—to chat online La pantalla—screen Censuar—to censor El ratón—mouse Hacer clic (en)—to click (on) Las redes sociales—social networks Limitar—to limit El reproductor de CDs—CD player Transmitir—to broadcast El tablero—keyboard Otras Palabras El Cine Infantil—for children, childish La butaca—seat Adolescente—adolescent El éxito de taquilla—box office hit Adulto—adult Las golosinas—candy La revista—magazine Las palomitas de maíz—popcorn Grammar: Reciprocal Verbs (pg. 439): Always Desear—to desire involve two people doing something to Esperar—to hope each other, ex: hugging or kissing. Because two people are involved, Insistir—to insist verbs are always plural and the pronouns nos and se are generally Mandar—to order placed before the verb. Necesitar—to need The only time nos and se are not used Pedir—to ask is when there in an already conjugated verb right before it. Ex. Quieren Preferir—to prefer respetarse (They want to respect each other). Querer—to want Subjunctive with Expressions of Recomendar—to recommend Desire (pg. 444): When you are Sugerir—to suggest talking about wanting to do something yourself, the indicative followed by the Ojalá is also an expression of hope. infinitive. Ex: Necesito ir al baño. Sentences with this expression do not However, when you’re talking about need to have que in them. wanting someone else to do Subjunctive with Expressions of something, the subjunctive is used. Remember that there are always two Emotions (453): When expressing emotions, the subjunctive is only used clauses in these situations. Ex: Quiero when there are two subjects (main que ellos vayan a la tienda conmigo. clause and dependent clause). Verbs that are generally used when Verbs used to express emotions are: expressing desire are: Estar contento de—to be glad or Verbs often used with adjective pleased clauses are: Estar triste de—to be sad Buscar—to look or search for Sentir—to be sorry; to regret Necesitar—to need Temer/tener miendo de—to fear Querer—to want Alegrar—to make happy Conjugating the Subjunctive: Enojar—to make angry -ar verbs: yo –e, tú –es, él/ella –e, nosotros –emos, ellos/ellas –en Encantar—to love -er/-ir verbs: yo –a, tú –as, él/ella –a, Gustar—to like nosotros –amos, ellos/ellas –an Molestar—to bother Don’t forget WEIRDO! Preocupar—to worry (W)ish: Yo quiero que saques una “A” Sorprender—to surprise en español. (E)motion: Me encanta que todos Remember that you must use an hagan la tarea de Quia. indirect object (me, te, le, les) when expressing emotion. Ex: Me enoja…, Te (I)mpersonal expression: Es gusta…, Les preocupan…, etc. importante que estudiemos para la clase de español. The only time que is not used is when there is only one subject. (R)ecommendation: Yo recomiondo Subjunctive with Adjective que los estudiantes obtengan minimum una “C”. Clauses (pg. 458): When adjective clauses are used, the speaker is (D)oubt: Yo dudo que los estudiantes describing something that they are not saquen una “C”. sure exists or doesn’t believe to exist. (O)jalá: Ojalá (que) la pareja sea Unlike other forms of the subjunctive, muy feliz. both subjects come before the que. Ex: Necesito un amigo que sea confinable (trustworthy).


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