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Spanish 101 Chapter 2 notes translated
Elementary Spanish I
Maria Vargas
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Holly Notetaker on Thursday September 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 101 at Southeastern Louisiana University taught by Maria Vargas in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Elementary Spanish I in Foreign Language at Southeastern Louisiana University.

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Date Created: 09/01/16
• Español 101 - Spanish 101 --- Capítulo 2 - Chapter 2 • Ir - to goos verbos irregulares - Irregular Verbs • Yo voy a mi casa - I go to my house • Tú vas a tu casa- You go to your home.y • Yo hago una fiesta - I have a party. • El/Ella/Ud. va a su casa - He, She, You go home. • Nosotros/as vamos a nuestras casas - We go home • Ellos/Ellas/Uds. van a sus casas - They go homeYou have/has a party. • Ir a la escuela - to go to schoolcemos una fiesta - We have a party. • Voy a la escuela - I go to schoola fiesta - They have a party. • Vas a la escuela - You go to school • Va a la escuela- He, She, You go(es) to school. • Vamos a la escuela - We go to school. • Van a la escuela- They go to school. • Poner - to set • Ir al baño - to •o to Poner la mesa - set the table • Voy al baño•- I gYo pongo la mesa - I set the table. • Vas al baño - You go to the bathroom • Va al baño - He, She, You go(es) to the • Vamos al baño -We go to the bathroom.mesa - He, She, You set the table. • Nosotros/Nosotras ponemos la mesa- We set the table. • Van al baño• TheyEllos/Ellas/Uds. ponen la mesa - They set the table. • Ir + a + infinitivo = “Going to”/ “will” • Voy a estudiar- I am going to study. • Vas a estudiar - You are going to study • Va a estudiar- He, She, You will study leave Salir la casa - leave the house • Vamos a est•diar- We will study • Van a estudiar- They will studysa a las 9 de la mañana - I leave the house at 9 am. • Ir a nadar el martes - to go swimming on Tuesdaye la mañana - You leave the house at 9am. • Voy a nadar el martes - I will go swimming on Tueday la mañana - He, She, You leave the house at 9 am. • Nosotros salimos la casa a las 9 de la mañana - We leave the house at 9 am. • Vas a nadar •l martes - You will go swimming on Tuesday. • Va a nadar el martes- He, She, You will go swimming on Tuesdaymañana - They leave the house at 9 am. • Vamos a nadar el martes- We will go swimming on Tuesday • Van a nadar el martes - they will go swimming on Tuesday. • Ir a cocinar a la ocho de la noche- to go cook at 8pm • • Voy a cocinar a lTraer mis libros a mi clase - bring your book to class • Vas a cocinar a lYo traigo mis libros a mi clase - I bring my book to class. • Va a cocinar a lasToútradsetluliobos-aHtue,lase,-Youuwbrilcoyookatboopmt.o class. • Vamos a cocinar aÉll/sllacUod.trlensushlib-Wsawsuillcsek- at, pme., You She brings her book to • Van a cocinar a las ocho de la noche - They will cook at 8 pm. • • ¿Qué dia es hoy?/ What day is today? – ¿Cuál es la fecha?( What is the date?)bring our book to class. • Es el 5 de mayo - It is May 5ths. traen sus libros a sus clases - They bring their book to class. • Es el 16 de septiembre- It is September 16th • Es el 1 de enero Oír ruido en la calle - hear street noise • • *never capitYo oigo ruido en la calle - I hear street noise.ce • Los estaciones - the wTú oyes ruido en la calle - Your hear street noise. • ¿Qué tiempo hace? - WhÉl/Ella/Ud. oye ruido en la calle - He, She, You hear(s) street • Hace frio - it isnoise. • Hace viento - it Nosotros oímos ruido en la calle- We hear street noise. • Hace fresco - it Ellos/Ellas/Uds. oyen ruido en la calle - They hear street noise. • Hace sol - it is sunny • Hace•caloVer - to see ; watch ©JParker2015 • Ver la tele cada noche - watch TV every night • Yo veo la tele cada noche- I watch TV evrey night • Tú ves la tele cada noche - You watch TV every night • Él/Ella/Ud. ve la tele cada noche - He, She, You watche(s) TV every • night. • Nosotros vemos la tele cada noche - We watch TV every night. Ellos/Ellas/Uds. ven la tele cada noche - They watch TV every night. ©JParker2015 • ¿Que tiempo hace? - What's the weather like? • Está nevando – Nieva - It's snowing - Snowing • Está lloviendo – Llueve _ It's raining - Raining • Está nublando – Hay nubes- It's cloudy- There are clouds • números 31- 100 • 31- treinta y uno• 44- cuarenta y cinco • 32- treinta y dos• 45- cuaretna y cinco • 33- treinta y tres• 50- cincuenta • 34- treinta y cuatro• 60 sesenta • 35- treinta y cinco• 70- setenta • 40- cuarenta• 80- ochenta • 41- cuarenta y uno• 90- noventa • 42- cuarenta y dos• 100 cien • 43- cuarenta y tres Estar - to be • Sentimientos y locaciones - feelings and locations • • “for how you feel and where you are, always use the verb estar” Estar triste - to be sad • Yo estoy triste - I am sad • • Tú estás triste - You are sad • Él/Ella/Ud. está triste - He, She, You are/is sad. • Nosotros estamos tristes - We are sad. • Ellos/Ellas/Uds. están tristes They are sad. Estar en Mexico - to be in mexico • Yo estoy en Mexico - I am in Mexico • Tú estás en Mexico - You are in Mexico • Él/Ella/Ud. está en Mexico - He, She, You are/is in Mexico. • • Nosotros estamos en Mexico - We are in Mexico • Ellos/Ellas/Uds están en Mexico - They are in Mexico. ©JParker2015


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