Spanish 3 Exam Study Guide

Spanish 3 Exam Study Guide - Spanish 3 Exam Study Guide By...

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Spanish 3 Exam Study Guide By Sarah Habib Grammar Sections Se Accidental: Se + indirect pronoun + verb in 3 rd person + noun A la profesora se le cayo la falda Acabar- to finish/run out Olvidar – to forget Caer- to fall Perder- to lose Descomponer- to break down Quedar- to remain Escapar- to escape Quemar- to burn Ir- to go Romper- to break Morir- to die Occurir- to go Vencer- to expire Ser vs Estar Ser Essence Noun follows verb Physical description Dates, days, events Possession > Made of Estar What How Condition Feeling Location Reflexive Verbs Pronouns > me, te, se, nos, os, se Me lavo- I wish myself Ellos se afeitan- They shave themselves Reciprocal Verbs Happening between 2 people Mi madre y yo nos comunicamos muy bien porque ella es muy abierta
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Present Progressive Estar + Past Participle Estar= [ andar, continuar, ir , seguir, venir] Ar > ando Ir ,Er> iendo Irregulars: Yendo ( Ir), Leyendo (Leer), Durmiendo (Dormir) Gustar I.O. + verb + subject Aburrir- to bore Encantar- to love Caer bien- to suit/ like Entusiasmar- to be enthusiastic Disgustar- to annoy Faltar- to lack Divertir- to have fun Fascinar- to fascinate Importar- to matter Fastidiar- to disappoint Interesar- to interest Molestar- to bother Parecer- to seem Quedar- to remain Que vs Cual Que When asking for an explination Definition Choice with different sets Cual When the choice is between items in the same set or group Por vs Para Por Duration of time Cause/reason Exchange Imprecise locations Passing through or around Para Description Recipient In order to/for Deadline Comparison Employed by
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Preterite vs Imperfect Preterite Moves action along Relates the plot Tells what happened Describes completed past action Imperfect Set the scene [ time of action, weather, age] Describes the background [ apperance, state of mind, emotions] Repeated [what was going on, what used to happen] Something you were planning to [ iba a + infinitive] Tu Commands Affirmative > 3 rd person singular Irregular: di (decir), haz (hacer), ve (ir), pon (poner), sal (salir), se (ser), ten (tener), ven (venir) Negative > drop “o” add opp tu ar> es er/ir>as
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