Nombre: ______________________________ Clase: ______ Para empezar * Talk

Nombre: ______________________________ Clase: ______ Para empezar * Talk

Nombre: ______________________________ Clase: ______ Para empezar * Talk about school & non-school activities * Describe the day before & after school * Talk about weekend activities and special events, celebrations, and vacations * Review present tense verbs: regular irregular stem-change verbs * Reflexive verbs * Verbs like gustar * Possessive adjectives (mi(s), tu(s)) veinteuno Cultura Para empezar deportes fuera de la escuela: ayudar comer correr encender la luz escuchar la msica estudiar redes sociales (Facebook, Tuenti, Orkut): hablar por telfono ir a bailar hacer la tarea ir a la escuela practicar deportes ir a una boda Bariloche, Argentina: ir al gimnasio uno llegar ir de compras jugar al ftbol navegar en la Red reunirse con amigos veinte Tipo de texto: una entrevista salir de paseo tocar la guitarra sonrer

tomar el desayuno ver la tele(visin) cortar el csped lavar el coche diecinueve aspirar / pasar la aspiradora tener una cita tomar lecciones de arreglar el cuarto darle de comer al perro lavar la ropa poner la mesa hacer el desayuno limpiar la cocina preparar el dos Tipo de texto: una entrevista acostarse (oue) baarse despertarse (eie) peinarse quitarse la ropa Qu haces para prepararte por la maana? tres afeitarse cepillarse ducharse arreglarse cortarse el pelo lavarse la cara pintarse las uas ponerse la ropa secarse el pelo

vestirse (ei) Qu tienes que hacer esta maana? Qu vas a hacer esta noche? dieciocho diecisiete la rutina diaria: acostarse (oue) afeitarse arreglarse baarse cepillarse cortarse el pelo despertarse (eie) ducharse lavarse la cara peinarse pintarse las uas ponerse la ropa quitarse la ropa secarse el pelo vestirse (ei) quehaceres: arreglar el cuarto cortar el csped darle de comer al perro hacer el desayuno lavar el coche lavar la ropa limpiar la cocina pasar la aspiradora / aspirar poner la mesa preparar el almuerzo These verbs that end in ar er and ir are called ______________________ because the ending isnt changed. To conjugate a verb means to __________________________________ so that it agrees with the different possible people you are talking about. It makes it sound right. Spanish infinitives are divided into two parts: the _____________ and the _______________. The ending is the last two letters. Remember, all infinitives end in -ar, -er, or -ir. The stem is everything that's left after you remove the end. habl + ar = hablar com + er = comer viv + ir = vivir Verbs that end in ar/-er/-ir are conjugated in simple present tense by dropping the -ending from the infinitive and adding the appropriate ending below. -ar verbs verbos comunes: ayudar comer correr encender la luz escuchar la msica estudiar hablar por telfono hacer la tarea hacer/practicar un deporte ir a bailar ir a la escuela ir a una boda

ir al gimnasio ir de compras jugar al ftbol llegar navegar en la Red reunirse con amigos salir de paseo sonrer tener una cita tocar la guitarra tomar el desayuno tomar lecciones de ver la tele In Spanish, there are three categories of verbs. The category is determined by the last two letters of the infinitive: -____ verbs (like ____________________________) -____ verbs (like ____________________________) -____ verbs (like ____________________________) -er verbs Para empezar Conjugating Regular Verbs Notes: -ir verbs Vocabulario Autntico espaol 3 singular ending plural ending yo bail____ nosotros bail____ t bail____ vosotros bail____ l/ella/Ud. bail____ ellos/ellas/Ud. bail____ singular Ending plural

ending yo com____ nosotros com____ t com____ vosotros com____ l/ella/Ud. com____ ellos/ellas/Ud. com____ singular ending plural ending yo viv____ nosotros viv____ t viv____ vosotros viv____ l/ella/Ud. viv____ ellos/ellas/Ud. viv____ cuatro Possessive Adjectives (adjetivos posesivos) Traduce las siguientes oraciones: 1. My sisters work _________________________________________ 2. Our parents speak _______________________________________ 3. Their cousins know ______________________________________ 4. His dog eats ____________________________________________

5. Your niece wants ________________________________________ 6. Our brothers return ______________________________________ 7. My dad practices ________________________________________ 8. Her mom plays (sport) ____________________________________ 9. Their grandson writes ____________________________________ 10. Our parents brings ______________________________________ 11. Your (form.) son sleeps __________________________________ 12. His uncle goes _________________________________________ 13. My aunts put __________________________________________ 14. Our siblings live ________________________________________ 15. Their nephews come ____________________________________ 16. Our granddaughter is going to read ________________________ 17. Your daughter rests _____________________________________ 18. Yalls mother eats lunch _________________________________ 19. Yalls (Espaa) parents leaves ______________________________ 20. Yalls (Espaa) family understands __________________________ cinco Ms prctica: https:// conjuguemos.com/vocabulary/homework/16211 diecisis Possessive Adjectives (adjetivos posesivos) Possessive adjectives show ownership or relationships between people The Spanish possessive adjectives are: Singular (yo) (t) (l, ella usted) (nosotros) my your (informal) his, her, your (formal) our (vosotros) yalls (Espaa) (ellos, ellas, ustedes) Plural their, yalls In Spanish, the endings of the possessive adjectives change according to the number (and with nuestro, the gender) of the thing that is possessed, not the person who possesses the thing. Examples: mi primo my cousin su hermano his/her/your/their brother mis primos my cousins sus hermanos his/her/your/their brothers mi hermana my sisternuestro nieto our grandson mis hermanas my sisters nuestra nieta our granddaughter tu abuelo your grandfather nuestros hijos our sons tus abuelos your grandparents nuestras hijas our daughters Practice: Translate the phrases to Spanish. our grandma _________________ my sisters ____________________ their dad ____________________ his dad ______________________ her dad ______________________ your (inf.) son _________________

his aunts ____________________ our aunts _____________________ her eyes ____________________ our eyes _____________________ my hair _____________________ my eyes ______________________ their uncle ___________________ our mom _____________________ quince seis Common Verbs Like Gustar Below you will find a list of common verbs that function just like gustar. alegrar = ________________ hacer falta = ________________ doler = _________________ importar = _________________ encantar = _______________ interesar = ___________________ fascinar = ________________ molestar = ___________________ fastidiar = ________________ parecer = ____________________ Termina la oracin con el pronombre correcto y la forma correcta del verbo como ser. 1. A Elena _________ ______________ cantar mucho. (fastidiar) 2. A nosotros _________ ______________ comer. (encantar) 3. A ellas _________ ______________ las papas fritas. (gustar) 4. A Pedro _________ ______________ sus amigos. (alegrar) 5. A ella _________ ______________ que las pelculas son aburridas. (parecer) 6. A ti no _________ ______________ el caf. (gustar) 7. A Marcos no _________ ______________ la leche. (alegrar) 8. A Felipe y a Juan no _________ ______________ el tiempo. (importar) 9. A mi familia y a m _________ ______________ bien comer juntos. (parecer) 10. A ti y a m _________ ______________ perder ocho dlares. (fastidiar) 11. A Alejandro _________ ______________ recibir su herencia. (importar) 12. A Gloria _________ ______________ bien esa cena. (parecer) 13. A m _________ ______________ el espaol. (interesar) 14. A ellas _________ ______________ sus cabezas. (doler) siete Traduce la oracin del ingls al espaol. 1. Are you interested in going to the movies? ________________________________________________________________ 2. We are bothered by the noise. _______________________________________________________________ 3. Many women really love stories. ________________________________________________________________ 4. My legs hurt. _______________________________________________________________ 5. Animals bother you? ________________________________________________________________ 6. Sports cars fascinate her. ________________________________________________________________ 7. I miss my family. ________________________________________________________________ catorce Verbos que se conjugan como gustar (1) When we say we like something in Spanish, we use the verb _______. (2) Because gustar literally means that something is pleasing to someone, you will only have 2 forms of the verb gustar: (a) gusta ______________________________________________ Ex: ___________________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Ex: ___________________________________________________ (b) gustan ______________________________________________ Ex: ___________________________________________________ (3) When you want to say that other people like something (or that something is pleasing to them), you need to put the following

_________before the verb gustar: Prctica con los verbos irregulares: Complete each sentence with the correct form of each verb that makes most sense from the box. You will use each verb only once (check em off). saber caer hacer or ir tener venir salir decir ser traer estar poner dar ver conocer 1. Todos los das yo ________________ ejercicio en el gimnasio. 2. A veces yo ________________ msica en casa. 3. Yo ________________ mucho en la clase de espaol. Soy inteligente. 4. En mi mochila ________________ papel, cuadernos, y lpices. 5. Mi familia ________________ que hacer muchos quehaceres. 6. Los viernes, mis primos van a __________ con chicas bonitas al cine. 7. _______________ t a la fiesta? La fiesta va a ser sper chida (cool). 8. Todos los das le ________________ a mi madre <>. 9. A veces mis amigos y yo ________________ estpidos. 10. Cuando mi amiga va a la cafetera, ella ______________ su comida. 11. ________________ t a mi amiga, Celia? 12. Soy torpe (clumsy). A veces me _______________ cuando camino. 13. Mis amigos ________________ al estadio y corren mucho. 14. Ahora nosotros ________________ comiendo en la cafetera. 15. Yo le ________________ a mi hermano el dinero. 16. En la casa, nosotros vamos a ________ las pelculas en la televisin. (4) For purposes of clarification, the sentence will often begin with a ___________________________ that _________________________________. As you can see, by adding a prepositional phrase, we remove the doubt of who the "le" form is about, since it could be many people. Using the prepositional phrase also _____________________________________________________. trece Ms prctica: https://conjuguemos.com/verb/homework/1059014 ocho Present tense boot / stem-changing verbs notes: With some verbs, the stem also changes when you conjugate them. All, of the different subjects will have a stem-change except for the we, or nosotros, and the you guys form in Spain, or vosotros.

In the present tense, there are three groups of stem-changing verbs: (1) o ue Examples: dormir = ___________________ volver = ___________________ jugar = ____________________ volver = ___________________ recordar = _________________ probar = ___________________ costar = ____________________ (2) e ie Examples: querer = ___________________ empezar = _________________ venir = ____________________ ____________________ preferir = __________________ mentir = ___________________ comenzar = ________________ (3) e i Examples: pedir = ____________________ seguir = ___________________ servir = ____________________ repetir = ___________________ rer = ______________________ sonrer contar = ___________________ (oue) ___________ nueve volar = _______________________ devolver = ____________________ almorzar = ____________________ poder = ______________________ encontrar = ___________________ contar = ______________________ encontrar = ___________________ sentirse = _____________________ pensar = _____________________ entender = merendar = ___________________ cerrar = ______________________ divertirse = ___________________ mentir (eie) ___________ sonrer (ei) ___________ Choose the correct reflexive verb from the box below and write it in the correct form based on the sentence. Use each verb only one time. Some instances you might need to leave the infinitive and just change the pronoun. Keep in mind if its a stem-change verb or not. peinarse lavarse levantarse dormirse despertarse 1. Ella tiene que ___________________ todos los das. 2. Yo ___________________ a las siete y media. 3. Marta est ___________________ en la cama. Tiene sueo. 4. Ustedes ___________________ a las ocho?

5. Nosotros ___________________ los dientes. sentarse baarse quitarse pintarse afeitarse 6. Mi madre est ___________________ las uas. 7. Mis hermanas ___________________ las piernas en la ducha. 8. Antes de ducharnos, tenemos que ___________________ la ropa. 9. T nunca quieres ___________________ en la baera. 10. Carlos nunca ___________________ en su escritorio. despertarse secarse peinarse vestirse acostarse 11. A qu hora ___________________ en la noche? A las once? 12. Mi madre ________________ el pelo en el bao despus de baarse. 13. Ellos nunca _______________ el pelo. Tienen pelo feo. 14. Todos los das mi familia y yo ___________________ a las siete. 15. Despus de baarme, ___________________ en el bao. Me encanta mi ropa. Translate: Traduce las siguientes oraciones 1. We are waking up a 6:00AM. _________________________________ 2. She has to dry her hair. ______________________________________ 3. When do you go to bed? Ms prctica: https://conjuguemos.com/verb/homework/132 _____________________________________ doce Reflexive Verbs Review: To learn to conjugate reflexive verbs, you need to learn a different set of pronouns called "reflexive pronouns." These pronouns are usually put before the verb, changed to the correct pronoun and then the verb is conjugated normally. Reflexive pronouns can be placed in one of several places: (a) _______________________: (normal conjugation) John washes his hair. Juan se lava el pelo. (b) ________________________: (dont conjugate the verb, just the pronoun!) John needs to wash his hair. Juan necesita lavarse el pelo. (c) _____________________________: (-ando, -iendo) Present Progressive: John is needing to wash his hair. Juan est lavndose el pelo. (d) _____________________________: (dont conjugate verb, just pronoun!) (Despus de [after], Antes de [before]) After washing his hair... Despus de lavarse el pelo, se pein. despertarse (a) _______________________________________________ (I wake up.) (b) _______________________________________________ (I need to get up.) (c) _______________________________________________ (I am getting up.) (d) _______________________________________________ (Before I get up) Examples: Try to write a sentence in Spanish using all three different ways with reflexive verbs in the past tense. (1) t / pintarse las uas / last week (a) ______________________________________________________________ Choose the stem-change verb that best fits in the blank and then complete each sentence with the correct form of each verb.

Use each once. servir poder pedir preferir dormir 1. Yo no_______________ estudiar todos los das. 2. Nosotros _______________ un helado de chocolate. 3. Mi abuelo_______________ el pescado con una ensalada. 4. Todas las noches yo _______________ en mi cama en mi cuarto. 5. Mi primo_______________ almorzar en la casa de su hermano. almorzar volver pensar empezar querer 6. En la cafetera, mis amigos y yo _______________ hamburguesas. 7. Mi amigo _______________ que soy tonto. 8. La fiesta _______________ a las ocho y media de la noche. 9. Mis amigos _______________ ir al cine conmigo el viernes. 10. Mi madre _______________ a las cinco del trabajo. encontrar venir entender repetir rer 11. Yo _______________ a las cuatro del colegio. 12. Nosotros no podemos _______________ nuestras llaves en casa. 13. En la clase de espaol ellos _______________ el vocabulario. 14. _______________ t el espaol? 15. Cuando veo tu cara chistosa, a veces _______________. (b) ______________________________________________________________ (c) ______________________________________________________________ (d) Despus de_____________________________________________________ once Ms prctica: Conjugando: https://conjuguemos.com/verb/homework/135#dashboard STEM-CHANGING VERBS #1: https://conjuguemos.com/grammar/222 STEM-CHANGING VERBS #2: https://conjuguemos.com/grammar/223 diez

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