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Spanish ll; first week

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Spanish ll; first week FLS 1123

Callie Ruth Bridgforth
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Spanish 2
Amie Russell
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Callie Ruth Bridgforth on Friday January 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FLS 1123 at Mississippi State University taught by Amie Russell in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 34 views. For similar materials see Spanish 2 in Foreign Language at Mississippi State University.

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Date Created: 01/15/16
Monday, January 11, 2016 Spanish 2-Week 1 Regular verbs/Endings - -ar/-er/-ir • Caminar-to walk camin-root/-ar-ending • - Pronoun doesn't have to go with it but will most of the time Singular Plural Camino Caminamos Caminas camináis Camina caminan - -er-Comer-to eat - same as -ar but change a to e Singular Plural Como Comemos Comes Comeis Come Comen - ir-vivir-to live - same as er - Pronunciation • remember in Spanish you do not pronounce h • you cant follow an I (yo) with a definite (el, la, los) • Infinitive for I is haber Tuesday, January 12, 2016 - pg 197 - Adónde vas?-Where are you going? 1 Monday, January 11, 2016 - Places on campus • El Lugar-place • En la universidad- at the university • las canchas de tenis-tennis court • el auditorio -auditorium • el dormitorio-doorm el Centro estudiantil-student center • • el estadio -stadium • el edificio-building • la cancha -court • el campo de fútbol -soccer field • la pista de atletismo-athletic track • la piscina-swimming pool - most spanish speaking places use Jugar + proposition to indicate playing a sport • Jugar al tenis, jugar al fútbol - Places in the city - most places are cognates • el aeropuerto-airport • el mercado al aire libre- farmer’s market • la tienda de equipo deportivo-sporting goods store • la tienda de juegos electrónicos-video game store • la tienda de dopa-clothing store - in spanish speaking countries, the ending -Ía indicates a story that specializes in a certain product. • ex: en la carnicería-in the meat store - Transportation 2 Monday, January 11, 2016 • a pie-on foot/walking • en autobús-by bus • en bicicleta-on bicycle • en carro/coche/automóvil-by car - carro is more commonly used in Mexico and camión is more commonly used than autobús • en metro-on subway • en tren-by train • en/por avión-by plane Tener-to have yo from-tengo • • you form-tieñes • he/she/it-tiene • we-tenemos • tenéies • them-tienen - To say how old you are-tengo 20 años - Possession: Tengo un amigo- I have a friend - Obligation: Tengo que + infinitive • What you say when you have to do something • Tengo que estudiar-I have to study - Stem Changers Three types: • - e to ie • Preferir to Prefiero Prefiero preferimos 3 Monday, January 11, 2016 prefires preferís prefiere prefieren • you're always going to change the e closest to the ending - o to ue • Morir to Muero - e to i • Servir to Sirvo - To help Jan 13, 2016 - Ir-to go - voy, vas, va, vamos, vais, van - most of the time it is followed by a preposition • ir + a + lugar/infinitive • if you are going to a place->voy a mi casa - voy al gimnasio • if one verb follows another, don't conjugate the second one - Gustar • technically irregular - me, te, le/nos, os, les are all the subject pronouns used with gustar - gusta/gustan only two forms with gusta, a singular noun or infinitive follows • with gustan, plural noun or more than one noun follows • • pg 58/134 - Irregular Yo form verbs • pg 172 4 Monday, January 11, 2016 - Reflexive verbs • you conjugate them normally • they go with a reflexive pronoun • to say what you do to yourself, himself, etc - in present progessive, you only use it when something is going on at that moment Other useful phrases: - prisa-hurry - suerte-luck - sueños-dreams - siga derecho..-continue straight - esquina-corner - Doble a la drecha-turn to the right - cuadra-blocks 5


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