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Spanish Week 1 Notes

by: Mary Lott

Spanish Week 1 Notes SPA 101

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These notes are what was covered in the first week of class.
Beginning Spanish I
Tiffany Wilson
Class Notes
Greetings, goodbyes, Vocabulary




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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mary Lott on Wednesday August 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPA 101 at University of Southern Mississippi taught by Tiffany Wilson in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Beginning Spanish I in Liberal Arts at University of Southern Mississippi.


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Date Created: 08/31/16
Spanish Week 1 Notes Informal: ¿Cómo estás? (how are you) -Bien (good) -Super O Fenomenal (really amazing) -Así Así/Más O menos (okay) -Mal (bad) Formal: ¿Cómo esta? (how are you? For respect) Informal: ¿Cómo te llamas? (what’s your name) -Me llamo ___________ (my name is _______) Formal: ¿Cómo le llama? (what’s your name? For respect) Informal: ¿De dónde eres (tú)? (where are you from) -Soy de ________ (I am from) -Alexandria (ella) es de _________ (she is from_____) -Jalen (èl) es de __________ (he is from_____) -Ellos donde __________ (they are from_____) Formal: ¿De donde es (usted)? (where are you from? For respect) Informal: ¿Qué estudias? (what are you studying?) -Estudio ________ (I’m studying_____) ¡Mucho Gusto!/ ¡Encantada (o)! (nice to meet you) -Lgualmente (response--nice to meet you) ¿Qué Pasa?(what’s up?) Saludos: (Greetings) -Holo (hey) -Buenos días (good day) -Buenos tardes (good afternoon) -Buenos noche (goodnight) Despedidas: (Goodbyes) -Adíos -Chao -Hasta Luego -La vista -Pronto -Mañana Informal: -Tú (you) -Te (you) -Eres (you are) -Estás (these) Formal: -Usted (you) -Se (you -Está (this) -Le (him/her) Presentarse: (to introduce oneself) Presento a________ (I introduce) Examples: Roberto te present a mi amiga Raquel. Robert I present my friend Raquel. Expresiones: (expressions) Con pormeso (excuse me) Por favor (please) Gracias (thank you) De nada (you’re welcome) Discúpe/Perdón (excuse me) Lo siento mucho (I’m so sorry) Vocabulary:  Apellido- last name Pronombre (pronoun) Verbo- SER (to be) Yo (I) Soy Tú (You) Eres Usted/El/Ella (He/She) Es Ustedes/Ellos/Ellas (They) Son Nosotros/Nosotras (We) Somos -When making a sentence negative, put the no in front of the verb.- Examples of sentences: 1)Ellos son de Columbia. (They are from Columbia.) 2)Tú eras de Lucedale. (You are from Lucedale.) 3)Nosotros somos de Estados Unidos. (We are from the United States.)


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