Ital 101, Week 4 Notes
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Date Created: 02/20/16
2/16-2/18 I. Il vocabulario della classe Che cos’é? (What is that?) Un foglio Paper Una penna Pen Una matita Pencil Una lavagna White board Un pennarello Marker Un orologio Clock Una finestra Window Una porta Door Uno zaino Backpack Una calcolatrice Calculator Un quaderno Notebook Un computer portatile Laptop Una sedia Chair Un banco Desk Un’agenda Agenda Una borsa Purse Un dizionario Dictionary Un giornale Newspaper Una gomma Eraser Una lavagna elettronica Smart board Uno schermo Screen Televisore Television Una carta geografica Map Chi é? (Who is that?) Una studentessa Student (female) Un studente Student (male) Una professoressa Professor (female) Un professore Professor (male) Un amico Friend (male) Un’amica Friend (female) Un compagno Classmate (male) Una compagna Classmate (female) Una donna Woman Un uomo Man II. Articolo indeterminativo (a/an) Maschile: un/uno Femminile: una/un’ Rules for articles: Uno - Use when the noun that follows starts with z Uno zaino - Use when the noun that follows starts with s+consonant Uno studente Un’ - Use when the noun that follows starts with a vowel un’amica III. Il plurale Singular Plural Example -o -i zaino zaini -a -e penna penne -e -i student studenti Exceptions: 1.)Words ending in -ca/-ga/-go Place an h in between the consonant and ending to prevent the wrong pronunciation and retain the hard sound of the word amica amiche 2.) Words ending in -io Drop the –o and keep the –i foglio fogli 3.) Words from other languages Leave the same computer computer 4.) Words that end in an accent Leave the same caffé caffé 5.) Foto and cinema These are words that have been shortened, so they stay the same
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