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UWM / Español 103 Repaso para el examen intersemestral Página 1 de 5 Repaso para el examen intersemestral || Español 103 || Otoño de 2013|| Note: The following is NOT a comprehensive review. In order to be fully prepared for the midterm exam, you should study all information presented in chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4 (up to page 124). Another good way to review is to study your quizzes, homework, and compositions to identify areas you may need to focus on and to make sure that you understand your mistakes. Summary of content: Vocabulario: Saludos y despedidas, objetos en la clase, días de la semana, meses, estaciones, la hora, números, colores, palabras interrogativas, materias académicas, adjetivos descriptivos, adjetivos de nacionalidad, los edificios de la universidad, miembros de la familia, adjetivos de estado, expresiones con tener … ( Capítulos 1, 2, 3 y 4 [pág. 124-127]) Gramática: Artículos definidos e indefinidos ( el, la, los ,las | un, una, unos, unas ) Género y número (sustantivos y adjetivos) Pronombres de sujeto y presente de los verbos regulares terminados en ar er | ir yo -o -o -as -es él/ella/usted - a -e nosotros/nosotras -amos -emos | imos vosotros/vosotras -áis -éis | ís ellos/ellas/ustedes -an -en Presente de verbos irregulares : ( ser | estar | tener | ir | hacer) Preguntas y negaciones | Palabras interrogativas Adjetivos posesivos ( mi/mis, tu/tus, su/sus, nuestro/nuestra/nuestros/nuestras, vuestro/vuestra/vuestros/vuestras, su/sus ) Expresiones con tener (frío, miedo, hambre, sueño, razón, ganas de, etc.) Usos de ser y estar Pronombres de objeto directo ( me te lo/la, nos, os, los/las ) Presente de verbos con cambios de raíz (e ie | e i | o ue) e ie e i o ue pienso | quiero | prefiero pido duermo piensa | quieres | prefieres pides duermes piensa | quieres | prefiere pide duerme pensamos | queremos | preferimos pedimos dormimos
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