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Exam 2 Guide

by: Emily Miller

Exam 2 Guide Span 1200

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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Emily Miller on Sunday November 8, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to Span 1200 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Staff in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 34 views. For similar materials see Elementary Spanish II in Spanish at University of Missouri - Columbia.

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CHAPTER TEN Preterite Tense AR: e   aste   o   amos   aron IR:   i    iste    o   imos    ieron ER:  i    iste    o   imos     ieron  Imperfect Tense AR: aba   abas   aba   abamos   aban IR:  ia   ias   ia   iamos   ian ER: ia  ias    ia   iamos   ian     Imperfect Irregular Verbs Ir: iba   ibas   iba   ibamos   iban Ser: era   era   era   eramos   eran Ver: veia   veias   veia   veiamos   veian Uses of Imperfect 1. habitual or repeated actions 2. events that were in progress 3. physical characteristics  4. mental or emotional states 5. telling time 6. age       [ describe an ongoing action with no reference to its beginning or end, express habitual past  actions, describe physical and emotional states or characteristics ] Uses of Preterite  1. express actions that are viewed by the speaker as completed 2. express the beginning or end of a past action 3. narrate a series of past actions or events  Verbs used with “se” 1. caer; to fall/drop 2. danar; to damage/break down 3. olvidar; to forget 4. perder; to lose 5. queder; to be left behind 6. romper; to break se + me/te/le/nos/les + verb + subject  Adverbs 1. a menudo; often 2. a tiempo; on time 3. a veces; sometimes 4. ademas; furthermore/besides 5. apenas; hardly  6. asi; like this  7. bastante; enough 8. casi; almost 9. con frecuencia; frequently 10. de vez en cuando; from time to time 11. despacio; slowly 12. menos; less 13. muchas veces; a lot/ many times 14. poco; little 15. por lo menos; at least 16. pronto; soon 17. rapido; quickly  PANORAMA; Costa Rica Población: 4.957.000 Capital; San Jose, 1.655.000 Ciudades principales; Alajuela, Cartago, Puntarenas, Heredia Moneda; colon costarricense Idioma; espanol Carmen Lyra; escritora Chavela Vargas; cantante Oscar Arias Sanchez; ex presidente  Claudia Poll; nadadora olimpica  Lugares; los parques nacionales ocupa el 12% de su territorio y fue establecido para la  protección de su biodiversidad, admirar montanas, cataratas y un gran variedad de plantas  exóticas  Económica; Costa Rica fue el primer país centroamericana en desarrollar la industria del café,  los costarricenses empezaron a exportar a exportar esta semilla a Inglaterra, este producto  representa cerca del 15% de sus exportaciones auales Sociedad; Costa Rica tiene un nivel de alfabetización del 96%, en 1948 eliminó el ejército e  hizo obligatoria y gratuita la educación para todos sus ciudadanos  CHAPTER ELEVEN Affirmative Tu Commands AR: a (el/ella ending) IR:  e (el/ella ending) ER: e (el/ella ending) Negative Tu Commands AR: es (tu ir ending) IR:  as (tu ar ending) ER: as (tu ar ending) Irregular Affirmative Tu Commands decir; di / no digas hacer; haz / no hagas ir; ve / no vayas poner; pon / no pongas salir; sal / no salgas ser; se / no seas tener; ten / no tengas venir; ven / no vengas Irregular Negative Tu Commands dar; no des (da) estar; no estes (esta) ir; no vayas (ve) saber; no sepas (saba)  POR 1. movement; motion or a general location (around, through, akong, by) 2. time; duration of an action (for, during, in) 3. action; reason or motive for an action (because of, on account of, on behalf of) 4. object of a search (for, in search of) 5. means by which something is done (by, by way of, by means of) 6. exchange or substitution (for, in exchange for) 7. unit of measure (per, by) PARA 1. movement; destination (toward, in the direction of) 2. time; deadline or a specific time in the future (by, for) 3. action; purpose or goal + infinitive (in order to) 4. purpose + noun (for, used for) 5. the recipient of something (for0 6. comparison with others or an opinion (for, considering) 7. in the employment of (for) Possessive Adjectives my/mine: mio  mia  mios  mias your/yours: tuyo  tuya  tuyos  tuyas your/yours: suyo  suya  suyos  suyas  our/ours: nuestro  nuestra  nuestros  nuestras their/theirs: suyo  suya  suyos  suyas  PANORAMA; Argentina Poblacion; 42.548.000 Capital; Bueno Aires, 13.401.000 Ciudades principales; Cordoba, Rosario, Mendoza Moneda; peso argentino Idiomas; espanol Jorge Luis Borges; escritor Maria Eva Duarte de Perón; primera dama Mercedes Sosa; cantante Leandro Barbieri; saxofonista  Historia; después del año 1880 inmigrantes italianos, alemanes, españoles y ingleses llegaron  para establecerse en esta nación, esté diversidad cultural ha dejado una profunda huella en la  música  Artes; el tango es uno de los símbolos culturales más importantes de argentina, este género  musical es una mezcla de ritos de origen africano, italiano y español, tiene adeptos en muchas  partes del mundo Lugares; las cataratas del iguazú se encuentran entre las fronteras de argentina, paraguay y  brasil, estas extensas caídas de agua tienen hasta 80 metros de altura y en época de lluvias  llegan a medir 4 km de ancho, situadas en el Parque Nacional Iguazú   


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