Span 103 Week 7
Span 103 Week 7 SPAN 103
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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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