Spanish 101, Week 2 Notes
Spanish 101, Week 2 Notes SH 101-010
Jacksonville State University
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lauryn Daniel on Tuesday September 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SH 101-010 at Jacksonville State University taught by Dr. Ronald Koss in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see Beginner's Spanish I in Foreign Language at Jacksonville State University.
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Date Created: 09/06/16
Monday, August 29- Friday, September 2, 2016 Lauryn Daniel Spanish 101 Notes: Stress and Accents o If the word ends in a vowel, -n, or-s, you have to stress the next to last syllable. Examples: todo (to-do) inteligente (in-te-li-gen-te) examen (ex-a-men) joven (jo-ven) lunes (lu-nes) calcetines (cal-ce-ti-nes) o If the word ends in a consonant (with the exception of –n and –s), the stress is applied to the last syllable. Examples: comer (co-mer) ciudad (ciu-dad) animal (a-ni-mal) Madrid (Ma-drid) o If the word does not follow the rules above, a written accent is used. Examples: canción (can-ción) también (tam-bién) Inglés (in-gles) lápiz (la-piz) o Written accents are used in words that have a different meaning but are spelled the same. Examples: tu (your) tú (you) Si (if) sí (yes) Vocabulary o Adjectives Calvo(a)-bald Bonito(a)- pretty Facil- easy Rubio(a)-blonde Feo(a)- ugly Famoso(a)- famous Moreno(a)-brunette Pequeño(a)- small Guapo(a)- good-looking Pellirojo(a)- red-head Grande- big Honesto(a)- honest Alto(a)-tall Agresivo(a)- aggresive Largo(a)- long Bajo(a)- short Atlético(a)- athletic Nuevo(a)- new Viejo(a)- old Antipático(a)- mean Perezoso(a)- lazy Joven- young Amable- kind Pobre- poor Delgado(a)-skinny Corto(a)- short(length) Rico(a)- rich Gordo(a)- fat Dificil- difficult Monday, August 29- Friday, September 2, 2016 Lauryn Daniel o Opposites o Nouns Bueno(a) / malo(a) El hombre- man Good / bad La mujer- woman Cruel / carinoso(a) El niño- boy Cruel / caring La niña- girl Generoso(a) / egoista Generous / selfish Idealista / realista Idealistic / realistic Inteligente / tonto(a) Intelligent / foolish Interesante / aburrido(a) Interesting/ boring Optimista / pesimista Optimistic / pessimistic Liberal / conservador(a) liberal / conservative Paciente / impaciente Patient / impatient Serio(a) / Comico(a) Serious / comical Tímido(a) / sociable Shy / sociable *Adding –ito(a) to the end of a word is often used for affection such as gordito(a) or hermanito(a).* Adding/ Subtracting numbers o 48(cuarenta) –(menos) 17(diecisiete) =(son) 31(treinta y uno) o 107(ceinto siete) +(más) 68(sesenta y ocho) =(son) 175(ciento setenta y cinco)
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