Y tu como eres?- Persona Famosa


Ella es Jenni Rivera. Jenni es una cantante Mexicana. Le gusta cantar y bailar. Jenni es muy talentosa y simpatica. Ella no es perezosa ni seria. Segun yo ella es muy sociable.
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Spanish Capital Central America Song-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAupLjNTae0


Spanish Sur America Song

https://youtu.be/Nw1H8aIhKNk

Spanish Sur America PPT

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15AYOPRcg8n6aFNQqCqFnV2sBWpoQ74dRyZiYzHydZvU/edit?ts=59d50192#slide=id.g26466a0521_0_90

Spanish Alphabet Song-


https://youtu.be/h234tBQC5dA

Prayer "Our Father" en Español

Students need to memorize by September 28, 2017.

Oracion - Padre Nuestro
Padre nuestro, que estás en el cielo,
santificado sea tu Nombre;
venga a nosotros tu reino; hágase tu voluntad en la tierra como en el cielo.
Danos hoy nuestro pan de cada día;
perdona nuestras ofensas,
como también nosotros perdonamos a los que nos ofenden;
no nos dejes caer en la tentación, y líbranos del mal.
Amén.

Ave María
Dios te salve, María.
Llena eres de gracia:
El Señor es contigo.
Bendita tú eres entre todas las mujeres.
Y bendito es el fruto de tu vientre, Jesús.
Santa María, Madre de Dios,
ruega por nosotros pecadores,
ahora y en la hora de nuestra muerte.
Amén.

Los Colores

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Website for Games Online:

http://spanishinflow.com/hangman/
http://spanishinflow.com/fast-hands/

Juego de La Oca

http://dilealsol.es/1OCA/oca1024.swf






Repaso de Verbos y Conjugaciones


SER y ESTAR (to be):


To conjugate ser for the present tense:

yo - soy nosotr@s - somos
tú - eres vosotr@s - sois
él/ella/Ud. - es ell@s/Uds. - son


To conjugate estar for the present tense:

yo - estoy nosotr@s - estamos
tú - estás vosotr@s - estáis
él/ella/Ud. - está ell@s/Uds. - están

Ser is WHAT things are (the essence of things) - physical traits, personality traits, relationships, facts. Ser also is used for telling the time and date. (Permanent things)

Estar is HOW things are (the current state of things) - location, emotion, condition, actions that are happenING. Estar is primarily used for feelings. (Temporary things)

Here is a link to a nice resource for ser vs estar: http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/serest1.htm
And here is a mini-quiz you can take for practice: http://www.studyspanish.com/practice/serest1.htm

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TENER (To have):


To conjugate tener for the present tense:

yo - tengo nosotr@s - tenemos
tú - tienes vosotr@s - tenéis
él/ella/Ud. - tiene ell@s/Uds. - tienen

Tener means "to have", but is used with certain expressions that we would use "to be" with in English, which can be tricky.
Some tener expressions are:
tener hambre - to be hungry (literally "to have hunger")
tener sed - to be thirsty
tener sueño - to be sleepy
tener calor - to be warm
tener frío - to be cold

Tener + que + infinitive verb:

Tener is also used to say that you "have to do" something. To do this, say "tener que" and then the verb that you "have to do".
Example: Tengo que ir a la escuela. -> I have to go to school.
Tienes que hacer la tarea. -> You have to do your homework.
Tenemos que estudiar mucho. -> We have to study a lot.


GUSTAR y ENCANTAR (to like / to love):

Gustar and encantar are interesting verbs, because they are not conjugated for the subject of the sentence like they are in English.

Me gustan los libros. -> I like books. (Instead of saying "I like books", you say the equivalent of "Books make me like them.")

So, you cannot say "Yo gusto libros" to mean "I like books".

Pay attention to the thing that is "liked" as it decides how gustar and encantar get conjugated.

Me gusta el libro "To Kill a Mockingbird". -> I like the book "To Kill a Mockingbird".
  • There is only one book being liked here, so we conjugate "gustar" for the 3rd person singular form. (gusta)
vs.
Me gustan los libros "To Kill a Mockingbird" y "Fahrenheit 451". -> I like the books "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Fahrenheit 451".
  • There are two books being liked here, so we conjugate "gustar" for the 3rd person plural form. (gustan)

"-go verbs"


Some Spanish verbs have an irregular yo-form that ends in "go" instead of just "o". They are:

Tener (to have) -> Tengo
Venir (to come) -> Vengo
Decir (to say) -> Digo
Hacer (to do) -> Hago
Poner (to put) -> Pongo
Salir (to leave) -> Salgo
Traer (to bring) -> Traigo

DAR (to give)


To conjugate dar for the present tense:

yo - doy nosotr@s - damos
tú - das vosotr@s - dais
él/ella/Ud. - da ell@s/Uds. - dan

Dar means "to give", as in:

Yo doy un regalo a mi amigo. -> I give a present to my friend.
Él da la tarea al profesor. -> He gives the homework to the teacher.

Da is usually used with an object pronoun, referring to who is being given the item.

Me da la tarea. -> Give me the homework.
Te doy un libro. -> I give you a book.
Nos dan dulces. -> They give us candy.

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Homework for February 4th:
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