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Span 103 Week 7

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These notes cover Past Participles as Adjectives and Flash Cultura
Elementary Spanish III
Diana Gonzalez-Cameron
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Date Created: 02/25/16
SPAN 103 Notes: Week of 2/22 Grammar: Past Participles as Adjectives  –ar verbs end in –ado, ­er/­ir verbs end in –ido o Examples: Cantado, Sentido, Movido   If the stem/root of an –er/­ir verb ends with a, e, or o, put an accent on the i of –ido (­ído) o Example: Creer = creído  The ending will change to match the noun it’s describing: Change –o to –a if it’s a  feminine word and add an –s if the word is plural  Some irregular verbs are: o Abrir – abierto o Decir – dicho o Describir – descrito o Descubrir – descubierto o Escribir – escrito o Hacer – hecho o Morir – muerto o Poner – puesto o Resolver – resuelto o Romper – roto o Ver – visto o Volver – vuelto  It is common for sentences with past participles to start with estar or tener  o Examples: “La camisa está rota” or “Tengo una cama hecha” Flash Cultura: El Metro del D.F. (Distrito Federal)  In Mexico City (La Ciudad de México) o Population of 24 million  Debajo del Bosque de Chapultepec está el Metro (the Metro is underneath it) o El Bosque has a castle, lakes, museums, and a zoo o It’s in the center of the city  Also called Sistema de Transporte Colectivo  Fare costs 18¢  175 stations (estaciones), 11 lines (líneas), and stations to transfer to other lines (de  transbordo)  One of the largest rail lines in the world behind Tokyo and Moscow  There are murals in the stations and a museum inside  Passengers can check out books  Services 4 million people  People over 60 years old ride for free (gratis)  Has above ground rails (estaciones superficiales), elevated tracks (elevadas), and  subways (subterráneas)  Some other famous places of Mexico City that appeared in the video includes El Zócalo  (a plaza), El Templo Mayor de Aztecas (Aztec ruins), and Catedral Metropolitana  (cathedral)


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