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Elementary Spanish, Week 2

by: Hanna Martinez

Elementary Spanish, Week 2 SPANN-001-02

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These notes cover numbers 0-30 and cover both verbs for "to be" and "there is/there are." Notes go in depth on the number "uno" and how to make a sentence negative.
Elementary Spanish 1
Alma Olvera
Class Notes
spanish, foreign language, verbs, Numbers




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hanna Martinez on Friday August 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPANN-001-02 at Copper Mountain College taught by Alma Olvera in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Elementary Spanish 1 in Foreign Language at Copper Mountain College.

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Date Created: 08/26/16
Conjugation of Verbs    Subject Pronoun  ser (to be)    singular  yo  soy  I am  singular  tú  eres  You (informal) are  singular  él/ella, usted  es  he/she is, you  (formal) are  plural  nosotros(as)  somos  We are  plural  vosotros(as)  sois  You (informal;  Spain) are  plural  ellos(as), ustedes  son  They are, you are    *In most of Spain, the plural form of ​tú ​is ​vosotros​(referring to men or a mixed group of men  and women) ​ ​or ​vosotras​(referring to women only).  Ex. David y María, ​vosotros sois​ mis amigos.        David and Maria, you are my friends.         Alicia y Regina, ​vosotras sois ​ muy sinceras.       Alicia and Regina, you are very sincere.  *In Latin America, ​ustedes​ is the plural form for both ​tú​ and ​usted​.  *To make a sentence negative, add n ​ o​ in front of the verb.  Ex. Raquel es la madre de María José.           ​Raquel is María José’s mother.        Raquel no es la madre de María Jose.      ​Raquel is not María José’s mother.    *​Hay​ (there is or there are)  ­the use of ​hay​ is to indicate the existence of people, places, and things.  ­​hay​ may be followed by a singular or plural noun.  Numbers 0­30  0 cero  7 siete  14 catorce  21 veintiuno  28 veintiocho  1 uno  8 ocho  15 quince  22 veintidós  29 veintinueve  2 dos  9 nueve  16 dieciséis  23 veintitrés  30 treinta  3 tres  10 diez  17 diecisiete  24 veinticuatro    4 cuatro  11 once  18 dieciocho  25 veinticinco      5 cinco  12 doce  19 diecinueve  26 veintiséis    6 seis  13 trece  20 veinte  27 veintisiete      *​Uno​ has three different forms.  1. When counting, the form ​uno​ is used. Example: Uno, dos, tres… (One, two, three…)  2. Wh ​ en ​ no ​ precedes a singular masculine noun, the ­ ​ o is dropped to form ​un​ (​un​ s un ​ ​professor…​).​  Ex​ample: Hay u ​ n​ professor en la classe. (T ​ here is one professor in the  class.)  3. Before a singular feminine noun, ​una​ is used (​una​ ​señora​, ​una​ ​professora…​) Example:  ​Hay​ ​una ​ cafeteria buena en esta univeridad. ( ​ There is one good cafeteria in this  university.)  *The number ​veintiuno​ changes to ​veintiún​ before a plural masculine noun and ​veintiuna  before a plural feminine noun.  Ex. Hay v ​ eintiún ​estudiantes.        There are twenty­one students.            Hay ​veintiuna​ computadoras.  ​ ​       ​There are twenty­one computers.  *Some numbers will need written accents to maintain stress the proper syllables: ​diesciséis​,  veintiún​, ​veintiséis.​    


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