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Spanish 301

by: Payton Nemeth

Spanish 301 SPAN 301 001

Payton Nemeth
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These notes cover the present and its uses, the possessive tense, and the poet Pablo Neruda.
Advanced Spanish Grammar
Hanson, Cody
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Payton Nemeth on Friday September 16, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPAN 301 001 at Indiana State University taught by Hanson, Cody in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Advanced Spanish Grammar in Language, Spanish at Indiana State University.


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Date Created: 09/16/16
Semana 4 El presente ­ar ­er ­ir ­o ­amos ­o ­emos ­o ­imos ­as ­áis ­es ­éis ­es ­ís ­a ­an ­e ­en ­e ­en Si tienen dos sílibos se cambia  Querer Quiero Queremos Quieres Queréis Quiere Quieren Unos cambia solo en forma “yo” Hacer Hago Hacemos Haces Hacéis  hace Hacen Usos del presente  Cosas que presentamos como seguros y controladas  Afirmar el futuro (cuando no hay duda) o Hoy cenamos a las 7 de la tarde.  Afirmar en general Posesivos Mi (mis) Nuestro/a (nuestros/as) Tú (tus) Vuestro/a (vuestros/as) Su (sus) Su (sus) o Los posesivos acuerdan con el objeto de que hablamos y NO con la persona  Él es mi amiga.  Ellos son mis amigos.  Nuestra madre. (femenina también cuando los hermanos son hablando)  Ella es mi esposa. (única)  Ella es esposa mía. (uno del grupo, hay muchas) Para no repetir los posesivos  El mío, el tuyo, el suyo, el nuestro, el vuestro, el suyo  ¿Vamos a tu casa o la mía? Pablo Neruda (el poeta) Sus mujeres Se casa con María en 1930 Se conoce a Delia del Carril en 1934 Se separa de María Publica muchos libros El político  El 4 de marzo de 1945 el elegido senador de la República  8 de julio 1945 ingresa a Comunista de Chile  La Corte Suprema  Tribunales de Justicia  Precandidato a la presidencia El poeta muere el 23 de septiembre de 1973


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