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SPAN 103 Week 8 Notes

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These notes cover ch. 15 vocab, the present perfect, and the past perfect.
Elementary Spanish III
Diana Gonzalez-Cameron
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Date Created: 03/07/16
Week 8 – SPAN 103 Vocab  El Bienestar o Nouns:  El Bienestar: Well­being  La Droga: Drug  El/La Drogadicto/a: Drug addict  El Masaje: Massage  El/La Teladicto/a: Couch potato o Verbs:  Adelgazar: To lose weight  Aliviar el Estrés: To reduce stress  Aliviar la Tensión: To reduce tensión  Apurarse/Darse Prisa: To hurry/rush  Aumentar de Peso/Engordar: To gain weight  Disfrutar (de): To enjoy; to reap the benefits (of)  Estar a Dieta: To be on a diet  (No) Fumar: (Not) to smoke  Llevar una Vida Sana: To lead a helthy lifestyle  Sufrir Muchas Presiones: To be under a lot of pressure  Tratar de (+inf): To try (to do something) o Adjectives:  Activo/a: Active  Débil: Weak  En Exceso: In excess; too much  Flexible: Flexible  Fuerte: Strong  Sedentario/a: Sedentary; related to sitting  Tranquilo/a: Calm/quiet  En El Gimnasio o Nouns:  La Cinta Caminadora: Treadmill  La Clase de Ejercicios Aeróbicos: Aerobics class  El/La Entrenador(a): Trainer  El Músculo: Muscle o Verbs:  Calentarse (e:ie): To warm up  Entrenarse: To practice/train  Estar en Buen Forma: To be in good shape  Hacer Ejercicio: To exercise  Hacer Ejercicios Aeróbicos: To do aerobics  Hacer Ejercicios de Estiramiento: To do stretching exercises  Hacer Gimnasia: To work out  Levantar Pesas: To lift weights  Mantenerse en Forma: To stay in shape  Sudar: To sweat  La Nutrición: o Nouns:  La Bebida Alcohólica: Alcoholic beverage  La Cafeína: Caffeine  La Caloría: Calorie  El Colesterol: Cholesterol  La Grasa: Fat  La Merienda: Afternoon snack  El Mineral: Mineral  La Nutrición: Nutrition  El/La Nutricionista: Nutritionist  La Proteína: Protein  La Vitamina: Vitamin o Verbs:  Comer una Dieta Equilibrada: To eat a balanced diet  Consumir Alcohol: To consume alcohol o Adjectives:  Descafeinado/a: Decaffeinated Grammar  Present Perfect of Indicative: o Use with haber in the present + a past participle o Means “have done”; what someone has done o Examples: “Ha bailado” or “Hemos visto” o If the phrase is negative, the no goes before haber because haber cannot be  separated from the past participle  Example: “No has escrito” o The form of haber will always end in –o – never add –a or –s  o Yo he, Tú has, El/La/Usted ha, Nosotros hemos, Vosotros habéis,  Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes han o Instead of hay, use habido  Past Perfect: o Means “had done” o The same structure as the present perfect, but haber is in the había form o Yo había, Tú habías, El/La/Usted había, Nosotros habíamos, Vosotros habíais,  Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes habían o Ya usually comes before: “Ella ya había ido” o Often used with antes de o Like the present perfect, you cannot separate haber and the past participle 


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