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These notes covered what we went over in class on week two. So if you missed a day, these notes are a spark notes version of what we covered with activities, powerpoints, and page numbers.
Spanish 101
Tanesha K Parker
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family, spanish, verbs, Adjectives, school, questions
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This 8 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brieanna Phipps on Friday May 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 101 at University of North Carolina - Wilmington taught by Tanesha K Parker in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Spanish 101 in Spanish at University of North Carolina - Wilmington.


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Date Created: 05/27/16
5/23/16 Powerpoint: ¿Qué hay en el salon de clase? Hay: there is/there are Clase: classroom Un escritorio: teacher’s desk, large desk Una pizzara: board Una pizzara de blanco: white board Un marcador: marker Una tiza: chalk Un borrador: eraser Question 1: What does the teacher write on? (una pizzara) ***Estudiante (student) only has one form, so gender is determined by the indefinite article Ex) una estudiante or un estudiante*** Un pupitre: student’s desk, classroom desk -think of pupils in a class Mesa: regular table Una silla: chair Un cuaderno: notebook Un bolígrafo: pen -can be shortened to bolí, just like telévision can be shortened to telé -can also be una pluma (f.) Un lápiz: pencil Un libro: book Una mochila: backpack Question 2: What does the student sit on? (una silla) Question 3: What do students use to carry their books? (una mochila) Una computadora: computer Un reloj: wall clock, -can also be a wrist watch Un televisor: television Un toca DVD: DVD player Una computadora portátil: laptop Una tablet: electronic tablet Una calculadora: calculator Una pantalla: screen; like a tv or projection screen Un cesto: trashcan Una puerta: door Una ventana: window Question 4: What do you need to show films in class? (un toca DVD) Question 5: Where can you throw trash away? (un cesto) Powerpoint: Saludos y Despedidas ¿Cuál es tu/su número de teléfono? -tu: informal -su: formal Use phone numbers in a 3-3-2-2 format Ex) (252)339-4529 -Mi número de teléfono es el (dos cincuento y dos) tres-treinta y nueve- cuarenta y cinco-vinetinueve **Can review phone numbers on pg.44** Email The @ symbol is pronounced arroba ¿Cual es tu email? Ex) -beh-kah-peh-cinco-dos-cuatro-seis arroba ooh-eneh-seh-ooveh double . eh- deh-ooh Pg. 45 ¿Cuánto cuesto?  How much does it cost? -drop the –o un uno before masculine nouns Powerpoint: Los Verbos Regulares 3 types of infinitive verbs -ar, -er, and –ir verbs Infinitive verbs have 2 parts -the stem and the verb ending For REGULAR -ar verbs, use this chart Yo -o Nosotros -amos Tú -as El/Ella/U -a Ellos/Ellas/U -an d. ds. **Profe doesn’t use vosotros/vosotras, which is why it is missing in the chart** Common –ar verbs  pg 38. Bailar: to dance Buscar: to look for Caminar: to walk Cantar: to sing Comprar: to buy Contestar: to answer Conversar: to talk Descansar: to rest Desear: to want, to wish Dibujar: to draw Enseñar: to teach Escuchar: to listen Esperar: to wait (for); to hope Estudiar: to study Explicar: to explain Hablar: to talk; to speak Llegar: to arrive Llevar: to carry Mirar: to look (at); to watch Necesitar: to need Practicar: to practice Preguntar: to ask (a question) Preparer: to prepare Regresar: to return Terminar: to end; to finish Tomar: to take; to drink Trabajar: to work Viajar: to travel Terms Profe wants us to know: Siempre  always Todos  all También  also A veces  sometimes Entonces  then In Spanish, familia is singular, not plural 5/24/16 Pg. 38  Practicar 1 Pg. 17 Use ser to express possession, with the preposition de. De combines with el to form the contraction del. **El is the only article that contracts with de** Only use articles (el, la, los, las) in front of titles Ex) de la señorita Penelope Ex) de Jesse -AR handout if using a no answer when answering negatively to a question, you can use two “no’s” If using “yo” it goes in between the two “no’s” Ex) ¿Tocas tú un instrumento? No, yo no toco un instrument. Pg. 39 When two verbs are used together with no change of subject, the second verb is generally the infinitive Ex) Deseo hablar con Felipe  I want to speak with Felipe Necesito comprar lápices  I need to buy pencils 5/25/16 *another way to sat and y  and but also, *E (I, hi) used if the next word begins with an I or hi ex) I’m fun and smart Yo soy divertida E inteligente Powerpoint: Las Palabras Interrogativas (question words) Quién/ Quiénes  who Ex) Quién president? Quiénes president y vice president? Cuàndo  when Còmo  how Dónde  where Qué  what Cuál/Cuàles  which (one/ones) Cuántola (os/as)  how much/many Ex) ¿Cuánta tarea hay en la clase de español? How much work is there in Spanish class? -Cuánta because tarea is feminine Ex) ¿Cuántos estudiantes hay en clase? How many students are in the class? Por qué  why Ex) ¿Por qué estudias hoy/ Why are you studying today? Re) Estudio porque tengo un examen. I am studying because I have an exam. *Por qué  stress on the é *Porque  no stress, pronounce together *think if Por Qué is the question, porque is in the answer Creating Questions from Statements Switch the subject and verb in the sentence to create a question. Ex) Carlos està en la biblioteca. ¿Està Carlos en la biblioteca? Intonation goes up to show that it is a question Ex) Hay una fiesta en el colegio mañana ¿Hay una fiesta en el colegio mañana? Tag words at the end of the sentence to give confirmation ¿verdad? And ¿no?  right and no Verdad is pronounced beardad Ex) Hay una fiesta en el colegio mañana, ¿verdad? There is a party at school today, right? Ex) Pedro está enferno, ¿no? Pedro is sick, isn’t he? Pg. 40 Una Conversación 2 1. ¿como estas? 2. ¿y tu? 3. ¿que hora es? 4. ¿que estudias? 5. ¿por que? 6. ¿te gusta la clase? 7. ¿quien enseña de clase? Or ¿quien es el professor? 8. ¿tu tomas psicologia, verdad? or ¿tu tomas psicologia este semester? Powerpoint: Estar Use estar to express where someone or something is, Also how someone or something is feeling/ conditions Pg. 43 ¡Manos a la obra! 1. estan 2. esta 3. estoy 4. estamos 5. estas 6. esta 7. estan 8. estamos 9. esta 10. estan 11. estamos 12. estoy 13. estan 14. estas Powerpoint: Prepositions of Location ****Only need to know the prepositions in the book***** Powerpoint: Universidad 5/26/16 Powerpoint: Las Familias ***Also pages 58-59**** Esposos can represent the couple Ex) Ellen Degeneres and Portia es esposas Ex) Bill and Hilary Clinton es esposos Los Novios El novio y la novia  can be boyfriend or girlfriend; also fiancé and fianceé Los Padres  parents Padre and Madre: Formal Papa and mama, papi and mami: informal La hija unica: only child that is female; or only girl in a family of boys El hijo unico is the opposite El mayor: the oldest El menor: the youngest Powerpoint: Los adjectivos en español ***Also pages 68-69*** Must reflect the same gender and number Article has the match the noun, the adjective has to match the noun Usually the adjective comes AFTER the noun Ex) la chica simpatico If an adjective doesn’t end in –o, it’s usually gender neutral Ex) facil and faciles Some exceptions to rules of adjectives are nationality, & those that end in an –or or –z Ex) el chico japanes La chica japanesa Ex) el estudiante tabajor La estudiante tabajora Ex) el estudiante feliz La estudiante felices Pg. 69 ¡Manos a la obra! 1. simpatico/a 2. simpatico 3. simpaticos 4. simpaticas 5. simpatico 6. trabajadores 7. trabajadores 8. trabajadora 9. trabajodores 10. trabajadoro 1. espanol(a) 2. espanola 3. espanoles 4. espanoles 5. espanol 6. norteamericanos 7. norteamericanas 8. norteamericana 9. norteamericanos 10. norteamericano Powerpoint: Mis amigos y yo Pelo is masculine so largo and negro What someone else likes to do is “le gusta” Country is capitalized, nationality isn’t Soltero single Ex) Anne es rubia  rubia is describing Anne Tiene el pero rubio  rubio is describing rubio -Er & -Ir verbs on page 73 Powerpoint: Los verbos regulares de –er & -ir -Ar and –Er verbs have the same endings, just switch out a and e -Er and –Ir, the only difference is nosotros and vosotros Profe doesn’t use vosotros Hacer is irregular The “yo” form is hago Salir is irregular The “yo” form is salgo Handout: Er and Ir verbs De lunes de jueves  from Monday to Thursday Todos las dias  everyday Ver – to watch Irregular one syllable word “Yo” form is veo -mente is the same as adding “-ly” to a word in English Ex) facilmente  easily Deber needs another verb becase deber means ought to or should You conjugate deber, and leave the other verb unconjugated


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