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Spanish 1010 week one notes

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Spanish 1010 week one notes FLSP 1013 - 001

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auburn university elementary spanish professor: señor irwin material covered: Ser verb nombres demonstrativos indirect/direct articles llamarse
Elementary Spanish I
John S Irwin
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spanish 1010, spanish, Auburn University, Espanol, Elementary Spanish




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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kennedy Finister on Friday February 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FLSP 1013 - 001 at Auburn University taught by John S Irwin in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 69 views. For similar materials see Elementary Spanish I in Spanish at Auburn University.


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[SPANISH  GRAMMER]   1       Ser  =  To  be   • Conjugated  forms  are  irregular     yo  à  soy   tú  à  eres   él/ella/ud  à  es   nosotros/as  à  somos   vosotros/as  à  sois   ellos/ellas/eds  à  son     • Used  with  adjectives  that  describe  inherent  characteristics   o Example:     § ella  es  rubia  y  bonita     (rubia  &  bonita  are  adjectives  describing  her  looks)   • Used  with  nouns  that  identify  people     o Example:     § nosotros  somos  españoles   (españoles  is  an  adjective  describing  the  nationality)   § soy  estudiante   (estudiante  is  a  noun  stating  profession)   § ustedes  son  profesores   (profesores  is  a  noun  stating  profession)   • Used  in  Math/telling  time   o Example   § Dos  y  dos  son  cuatro  (2+2=4)   (math)   § Es  la  una  y  media  (1:30)   (time)       Los  Nombres  (names)   • “me  llamo…/soy”    à  “I  call  myself”   o example   § me  llamo  kennedy       • DON’T  SAY  “me  llamo  es…”.  That’s  incorrect.  In  English   we  say  “my  name  is”  but  that  doesn’t  translate  directly   in  Spanish   • 2  apellidos  (last  names)   o father’s  last  name  and  then  mothers   o example   § Eduardo  López  Sánchez   • Señor  López.  If  you  were  to  look  him  up  in  a  phone  book   or  something  you’d  look  under  the  “L’s”.  Sánchez  is  just   so  the  mother’s  heritage  can  carry  through  another   generation     § Mariana  Moreno  Ros   • Señora  Moreno.  In  Spain  women  don’t  take  their   husbands  last  name   § If  Eduardo  and  Mariana  Had  a  daughter  names  Laura,  what   would  her  full  name  be?   • Laura  López  Moreno     (padre,  madre)       Definite  Articles   • English:     o The   • Spanish   o El,  la,  los,  las   § Form  used  depends  on  singular/plural  &  gender   (masculine/feminine)  of  the  noun  used     § Singular:  el,  la   § Plural:  Los,  las   § Examples:   • El  niño,  el  libro,  el  mapa   • Los  libros,  los  niños,  los  mapas   • La  silla,  la  niña,  la  mano   • Las  sillas,  las  manos,  las  niñas     Indefinite  Articles   • English     o A,  an,  &  some   • Spanish   o Un,  una,  unos,  unas   § Form  used  depends  on  singular/plural  &  gender   (masculine/feminine)  of  the  noun  used   § Singular:  un,  una   § Plural:  unos,  unas   § Examples:   • Uno  libro,  unos  libros   • Una  silla,  unas  sillas                 [SPANISH  GRAMMER]   3     Llamarse     Used  when  introducing  ‘our’  names   • Present  tense   o Me  llamo   o Te  llamas     o Se  llama   o Nos  llamamos     o Os  llamáis   o Se  llamen     • Example   o Hola  cómo  se  llaman  Uds?   § Nos  llamamos  Penelope  y  Javier   o Hola  cómo  te  llamas?   § Me  llamo  maria       Demonstrativos     • Adjective  vs  pronoun   o Esta  mujer  =  this  woman   o Esa  =  that  one   o Esos  zapatos  =  those  shoes   o Estos=  these  ones   • TIP!   o This  &  These  both  have  T’s.      That  &  Those  DON’T.     o To  help  determine  distance   § If  it  has  a  “T”  you  can  touch/see  it.  If  it  doesn’t  have  a  “T”  you   can  only  see  it   • Qué  es  esto?   o “neutered  sense”   o gender  neutral   o meaning:   § What  is  this/that?  


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