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Sierra Taylor
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I will ill for one of the days but did my best to make up the notes, from peers it seems all that was really done was the creation of our own class schedule which I included a copy of my own as an ...
Elementary Spanish I
Dr. Anderson- Cain
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sierra Taylor on Friday February 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPAN 101 005 at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo taught by Dr. Anderson- Cain in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 57 views. For similar materials see Elementary Spanish I in Spanish at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo.


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Date Created: 02/12/16
MY NOTES DO NOT ACCOUNT FOR ACCENTS ON WORDS, PLEASE BE SURE TO  LOOK UP ALL VOCABULARY FOR PROPER SPELLING INCLUDING ACCENTS  (*)­ SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. 2/7: Looking Up Spanish Words in a Bilingual Dictionary  Estrategia de leer­ Como* usar n diccionario bilingue*   You must look up the inifinitive form of the verb when looking up words in a bilingual  dictionary (unconjugated form of a verb) 1. Para buscar un verbo; hablar (ar), comer (er), escribir (ir) Vocabulario Orgullosos­ proud, pleased, vain Sentirnos­ get upset, get offended Herencia­ inheritance, legacy Raices*­ roots Rechazar­ reject, turn down Indigenas*­ native, indigenous Disenadora*­ designer Ascendencia­ ancestry, lineage, bloodline Enamorada­ in love Pelotero­ ball maker, baseball player Recuerde­ memory Humilde­ humble Agradecido­ grateful, thankful Dicha­ happiness Cualquier­ any, anyone 2/8: Ch. 3 Vocabulario Las humanidades Campos de estudio La filosofia* Los curcos basicos* Las lenguas/los idiomas La arquitectura La literature Las ciencias politicas* La economia* Las lenguas/los idiomas La educacion* El aleman* La geografia* El chino La historia El espanol* La ingenia* El frances* La pscicologia* El ingles* El japones* Las matematicas* El calculo* Los negocios La computacion*/la informatica* La admistracion* de empresas La estadistica* La contrabilidad (accounting) El mercado (marketing) Las ciencias La biologia* La comunicacion* publica* La fisica* El periodismo (journalism) La medicina La publicidad La quimica* (chemistry) La salud (health) Las artes 1. Psychologist­ psicologia* El arte 2. Accountant­ contabilidad 3. Software programmer­ la El baile computacacion* El diseno grafico* 4. Architect­ arquitectura La musica* La pintura* 5. Graphic designer­ diseno* grafico* 6. Teacher­ educacion* Dessarollo de ninos*­ child development Lugars en la Universidad (places) *Donde tienes la clase de…? ­ Where does your … class meet? En el centro de computacacion* ­ In the computer center      El centro de comunicaciones ­ … the media center      El gimnasio ­ … the gymnasium La cafeteria*­ the cafeteria La libreria*­ the bookstore La residencia estudiantil­ the dorm Los dos­ both El fin de semana­ weekend “el finde” Los dias* de la semana  Monday is considered the first day of the week. lunes­ Monday  Days of the week are not capitalized. martes­ Tuesday miercoles*­ Wednesday  Use el + (day) to talk about what happens on a  jueves­ Thursday specific day viernes­ Friday  Use los + (day) when an activity happens  regularly sabado*­ Saturday domingo­ Sunday  ex: el lunes (on Monday)       los lunes (on Mondays) Otras notice the change of article! el bano*­ bathroom el edificio­ building la biblioteca de Kennedy­ Kennedy Libraru el estadio­ stadium los campos de deportes­ sports fields el teatro­ theatre el centro de salud­ health center la Administracion* union universidatria*/el centro de estudiantes­ University Union *Que* horas es? – To ask tie es/son/la(s) + # to say what time it is ex: Es la una (It’s one o’clock­ only one o’clock is singular!)       Son las nueve (it’s nine o’clock) y + # for times up to the half hour                                  cuarto­ quarter­ room­ 15 minutes    Son las tres y viente. (It is 3:20). y cuarto/quince to say “quarter past”    Son las seis y cuarto. (It is 6:15) y media to say “half past”    Son las ocho y media. (It is 8:30) menos + # for times after the half hour    Son ls diez menos viente. menos cuarto/quince to say “quarter to”    Son las dos menos quince. Faltan # minutos para la(s)­ times after “quarter to”    Faltan cinco minutos para la una. (15 minutes until 1) 2/9: Missed class because I was ill, all that was made was a class schedule, here is an  example of my own. lunes­ (1:10) la estadistica*, (2:10) la  biologia*, (4:10) el espanol*, (6:10) cayer de  biologia* martes­ (9:10) el comunicaciones, (1:10) la estadistica*, (4:10) el espanol* miercoles*­ (9:10) la biologia*, (1:10) la estadistica, (2:10) la biologia*, (4:10) el  espanol*, (6:10) cayer de biologia* jueves­ martes viernes­ (2:10) la biologia* 2/10 Sobre tu horario durante la semana­ About your schedule during the week *Que* tienes los martes a las 10:00 de la manana*/tarde/noche?    Tengo comunicaciones a la nueve de la manana*. 24 Hour Clock 1 pm= 1+12= 13 h                                                anything over 12 is pm 2:30pm+= 2:30+12= 14:30h                                the 24 hour clock rules out am/pm 5:45pm= 5:45+12= 17:45h                                  de­of, of the morning/tarde 13h­12= 1pm                                                        por­ specific part of the day 14:30­12= 1pm 17:45­12= 5:45pm  Para hablar de la fecha­ Talking about the date *Que*/Cual* es la fecha? (What is the date?) – Es el diez de febrero. *Que* dia* es hoy? (What day is today?) – miercoles* *A que* fecha estamos? (What is today’s date?) *Cuando* es tu cumpleanos*? – Mis cumpleanos* es vientiseis de noviembre. 2/11: Asking questions: Interrogative words EVERY QUESTION WORD HAS AN ACCENT MARK, SO IMAGINE A * BY  EVERY WORD Cual(es)­ What? Which ones? Que­ What? Which? A que hora­ (at) what time? De que­ About what? Of what? Cuando­ when? Cuanto(a)­ how much? Cuantos(as)­ how many? Donde­ where? Adonde­ to where? De donde­ from where? Quien (es)­ who? De quien(es)­ whose? Como­ How? Por que­ why? Every question word must have an accent! If not then it’s not used in a questioning form,  it’s used as any other word in a sentence. Que*­ used when asking for a definition or explanation, generally used when the next  word is a noun. Cual*­ used to express a choice between specified topics, used when the next word is a  form of ser but the question is not asking for a definition. TAG QUESTIONS: added at the end of a sentence verdad­ right?      no­ no?     correcto­ correct? IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE NOTES YOU MAY  EMAIL ME AT, or 


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