Spanish IV, Week 13 Notes
Spanish IV, Week 13 Notes SPA 104
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Spanish IV Notes Chapter 14b Vocab 2: Argentina (argentino) Los derechos humanos—human rights Bolivia (boliviano) El desempleo—unemployment Chile (chileno) La emigración—emigration Colombia (colombiano) La globalización—globalization Costa Rica (costarricense) La guerra—war Cuba (Cubano) La inmigración—immigration Ecuador (ecuatoriano) El inmigrante—immigrant El Salvador (salvadoreño) La ley—law España (español) El organism internacional— Guatemala (guatemalteco) international organization La paz—peace Guinea Ecuatorial (ecuatoguineano) La pobreza—poverty Honduras (hondureño) El refugiado—refugee México (mexicano) La riqueza—wealth Nicaragua (nicaragüense) El tratado de comercio—trade Panamá (panameño) agreement Paraguay (paraguayo) Verbos: Perú (peruano) Emigrar—to emigrate Puerto Rico (puertorriqueño) Inmigrar—to immigrate República Dominicana (dominicano) Mudarse—to move to another location Uruguay (uruguayo) Votar—to vote Venezuela (venezolano) Conceptos politicos: El ciudadano—citizen Grammar: Subjunctive with Adverbial Clauses— Aunque—although; even though; even This tense is used when expressing a if specific time frame (it can be past, present, or future). Como—as; how; however (A)donde—where; wherever Adverbial clauses that ALWAYS use subjunctive can be remembered using the acronym ASPACE: Past Perfect (pluscuamperfecto)— A fin de que—in order that; so that Similar to the present perfect in that haber is used in the conjugation. Sin que—without Para que—in order that; so that Haber conjugations in the past perfect: A menos que—unless Yo había, tú habías, el/ella había, nosotros habíamos, ellos/ellas habían Con tal de que—as long as; in order that; so that The verb that comes after haber are conjugated the same as they are in En caso de que—in case the present perfect: -ar verbs end in – Note: Antes de que (before) is also ado and –er/-ir verbs end in –ido. always used with the subjunctive, but Irregulars: is not included in this acronym. Abrir—abierto Adverbial clauses that can use either Decir—dicho the subjunctive OR indicative (meaning whichever tense is appropriate for the context) follow the Escribir—escrito acronym THECD: Hacer—hecho Tan pronto como—as soon as Morir—muerto Hasta que—until Romper—roto En cuanto—as soon as Poner—puesto Cuando—when Ver—visto Después de que—after Volver—vuelto Other adverbial clauses: Devolver—devuelto
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