Week 3 Notes
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Date Created: 01/27/16
Week 3 Notes Forms of the verb Tener (to have) Yo tengo I have Tú tienes You have (informal, singular) Usted tiene You have (formal, singular) él/ella tiene He/She has Nosotros/as tenemos We have Vosotros/as tenéis You have (informal, plural) Ustedes tienen You have (plural) Ellos/as tienen They have Forms of the verb Estar (to be) Yo tengo I have Tú eres You have (informal, singular) Usted tiene You have (formal, singular) Él/ella tiene He/she has Nosotros/as tenemos We have Vosotros/as tenéis You have (informal, plural) Ustedes tienen You have (plural) Ellos/as tienen They have Asking age Age seen as number of years owned -Cuántos anos eres tú? (How many years do you have?) Use tener Uses for estar State of being -Cómo estás? (How are you?) Literal location -Dónde estás? (Where are you?) Adjectives following multiple pronouns Uses masculine ending -Jorge y Clauduia son cómico. (Jorge and Claudia are funny) Nationality Endings Endings with –o/-a -4 forms (-a,-as,-o,-os) Ending in –e -2 forms (-e,-es) Nationalities aren’t capitalized but Countries are -argentino y Argentina Ser de De = from, of “ser de” specifies origin (not used when asking questions) -Es de Estados Unidos (I am from the United States) De not always needed -Soy dominicano (I am Dominican) Not to be confused with estar -Estar = current location, “ser de” = origin Definite/Indefinite Articles Depends on specificity -Definite = specific one from group -Indefinite – any from a group Definite example: la sombrero (the hat) Indefinite example: una camiseta (a shirt)
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