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Week 3 Notes

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Week 3 Notes SP 101

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TOPICS COVERED: Estar, Tener, Age, Nationality, ser de, Definite/Indefinite Articles
Beginning Spanish 1
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spanish, Ball State University, BSU, Dr. Pak, Estar, Tener, age, Nationality, ser de, Definite/Indefinite Articles
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by BMJWatson on Wednesday January 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SP 101 at Ball State University taught by Pak in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see Beginning Spanish 1 in Foreign Language at Ball State University.

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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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