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Unformatted text preview: 12/7/2017 Español II Interim Assessment #3 Study Guide IA#3 includes: Units 1-6 What is going to be on the Interim Assessment #3? Everything from Units 1-6! VOCABULARIO -AR VERBS -ER/-IR VERBS NUMBERS ADJECTIVES FAMILY FOOD HEALTH BODY PASTIMES HOUSE 1 12/7/2017 UNIT 1:  -ar verbs UNIT 1:  -er &-ir verbs UNIT 2: los números (Numbers) 16-19  Diez y …. -> dieci… 16- dieciseis  17- diecisiete  18- dieciocho  19- diecinueve          20 -> veinte-> veinti….. 30- -> treinta 40 -> cuarenta 50 -> cincuenta 60 -> sesenta 70 -> setenta 80 -> ochenta 90 -> noventa 2 12/7/2017 UNIT 2: los números (Numbers)    1,000 -> mil 10,000 -> diez mil 1,000,000 -> un millon Ordinal Numbers: Putting items in ORDER (first, second, third, etc. ) 1st- primero/a 6th- sexto/a 7th- séptimo/a 2nd- segundo/a 3rd- tercero/a 8th- octavo/a 4th- cuarto/a 9th- noveno/a 5th- quinto/a 1oth- decimo/a UNIT 2:  los adjectivos (Adjectives) UNIT 3:  la familia (FAMILY) abuelo padre hermana madre yo hermano abuela tío tía prima primo 3 12/7/2017 UNIT 3:  la comida (FOOD) UNIT 4:  la salud (HEALTH) UNIT 4:  el cuerpo (BODY) 4 12/7/2017 UNIT 5:  los pasatiempos (PASTIMES) UNIT 6:  la casa (HOUSE) GRAMMAR -PERSONAL PRONOUNS PRESENT TENSE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE ADJECTIVES / ADVERBS SER / ESTAR INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS GUSTAR DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS REFLEXIVE VERBS PRETERITE TENSE *REGULAR, IRREGULAR, AND SPELLING CHANGES IMPERFECT TENSE 5 12/7/2017 UNIT 1:  Subject Pronouns Yo -> I Nosotros - We Tú -> You (informal) Vosotros – You All (only used in Spain) El -> He Ellos- They Ella -> She Ellas – They (feminine) Usted (Ud.) -> You (formal) Ustedes- You all UNIT 2:  Present tense Conjugation Examples! Subject -Ar Verb (Bailar) -Er Verb (Comer) -Ir Verb (Escribir) Yo Bailo Como Escribo Tú Bailas Comes Escribes Él/ Ella/ Usted Baila Come Escribe Nosotros(as) Bailamos Comemo s Escribimos Vosotros(as) Bailáis Coméis Escribís Ellos/ Ellas/ Ustedes Bailan Comen Escriben UNIT 2:  Present Progressive We use the PRESENT PROGRESSIVE to say what we are DOING right this moment! It’s like the –ing form of a verb in English. It has two parts: 6 12/7/2017 Unit 2 Adjectives 3. All adjectives will end in –s if the noun they are describing is plural.  El libro rojo –> Los libros rojos  El estudiante inteligente –> Los estudiantes inteligentes 5. Adjectives that end in –a or –e, like egoísta and inteligente don’t change their endings for gender, but they do get an –s added to the end when they become plural. If an adjective ends in a consonant, add –es to make it plural. 6. If an adjective ends in a –z, change it to a –c and add –es. 4.  El gato gris –> Los gatos grises  El león feroz –> Los leones feroces Unit 2 Adverbs To make an adjective into an adverb (which describes a verb instead of a noun), follow these steps: 1. Put the adjective into its feminine form. rápido  rápida 2. Add –mente to the end. rápida  rápidamente  If the adjective doesn’t have a feminine form, just use the regular form and add –mente to that! suave  suavemente EXAMPLES!! Naturalmente afortunadamente desafortunadamente cuidadosamente seguramente rapidamente facilmente dificilmente lentamente Unit 2 Ser vs Estar 7 12/7/2017 Unit 3 Indirect Object Pronouns An indirect object is a word or phrase that tells us to whom or for whom something is being done. It can be a person, an animal, or a thing. A PRONOUN replaces a NOUN. Example: I give ice cream to John. **Yo doy el helado a John. -> I give ice cream to HIM. Replace John/Him with le. Remember to make your SANDWICH with the Object Pronoun in the middle. Subject + OBJECT PRONOUN + Verb Yo le doy. (I give HIM the ice cream) Unit 3 Gustar Gustar is a “backwards verb!” Unit 3  Gustar cont. SINGULAR (gusta) PLURAL (gustan) 8 12/7/2017 Unit 4  Direct Object Pronouns A direct object is a word or phrase that tells us the person or thing receiving the action of a verb. It is your WHO or WHAT. Example sentence: I steal the car. Unit 4  Direct Object Pronouns, Pronouns, cont. A pronoun REPLACES a NOUN. Example sentence: I steal the car. -> I steal it. Yo robo el carro. -> replace carro with lo. Yo lo robo. (I steal IT) Remember to make your SANDWICH with the Object Pronoun in the middle. Subject + OBJECT PRONOUN + Verb Unit 4  Reflexive Verbs 9 12/7/2017 Unit Unit 4  Reflexive Verbs Make sure to choose the CORRECT PRONOUN and CONJUGATE the VERB!! Example: I wake myself up. (despertarse) -> Yo me despierto. I wake up my brother (despertar) ***NOT REFLEXIVE ***The action is not being done to ONE’S SELF!! Unit Unit 5  Preterite (REGULAR) The preterite is used to express COMPLETED ACTIONS IN THE PAST. Just as other verb conjugations, drop the –AR, -ER, and –IR and add the correct ending. **There are many irregulars and verbs with spelling changes. See the next two slides! Unit Unit 5  Preterite (IRREGULAR) DAR – TO GIVE Yo di Nosotros dimos Tú diste Vosotros disteis Usted Él/ella dio Ustedes Ellos/ellas dieron HACER – TO DO / TO MAKE Yo hice Nosotros hicimos Tú hiciste Vosotros hicisteis Usted Él/ella hizo Ustedes Ellos/ellas hicieron IR – TO GO / SER – TO BE Yo fui Nosotros fuimos Tú fuiste Vosotros fuisteis Usted Él/ella fue Ustedes Ellos/ellas fueron 10 12/7/2017 Unit Unit 5  Preterite (SPELLING CHANGES) The –car, -gar, -zar spelling changes happen in the YO form only! The “y” spelling changes happen in the THIRD PERSON FORMS only! Unit Unit 6  Imperfect The imperfect tense is used to talk about ongoing events in the past. Examples: Jugar -> yo -> Yo jugaba *I used to play For example, “It was raining” or “I used to play soccer as a child” Comer -> ella ->ella comía *She used to eat Vivir -> nosotros -> nosotros vivíamos *We used to live Unit Unit 6  Imperfect (IRREGULAR) Some verbs are irregular in the imperfect (but not many!) Notice that éramos and íbamos both have accents and that ver has accents on every conjugation of the verb. 11 12/7/2017 CULTURA CHILE: HISTORY CHILE: NERUDA CHILE: OVERVIEW CHILE: FOOD PERU: HISTORY PERU: INCAS PERU: OVERVIEW PERU: FOOD Unit 2 Chile Augusto Pinochet was the dictator of Chile He took power in 1973 Pablo Neruda was a poet, born in 1904 Unit 3 Chile • The Atacama desert is in Northern Chile. Chile’s capital is Santiago. • The Chilean version of the hotdog is called the completo. Another famous food is the empanada. 12 12/7/2017 Unit 4 Perú Peru’s capital is Lima. Llamas are native to Peru. The Incas were an indigenous group who lived in Machu Picchu, in the Andes mountains. Unit 5 Perú Both the Andes Mountains and the Amazon are in Peru. Some famous Peruvian foods are anticuchos– pieces of skewered meat– and papas a la huancaína– a potato dish. Potatoes and quinoa are native to Peru! Instructional Cycle #3 Assignment List Unit 5 Vocabulary Quiz Unit 5 Grammar Quiz Unit 5 Test Unit 6 Vocabulary Quiz Unit 6 Grammar Quiz Interim Assessment #3 IC #3 Speaking Test IC #3 Writing Test Need more help? E-mail your teachers or attend a Raise Your Grade. Mrs. Davenport -> [email protected] Mrs. Hooks -> [email protected] Mrs. Makant -> [email protected] Mrs. Raessler -> [email protected] Mrs. Sayama-> [email protected] Reminders: You only get ONE attempt of the IA #3 / FINAL EXAM. You must complete at least 5 TODs, all of the graded work from Unit 56, and the Speaking/Writing Tests to earn a 100% for your Path to Mastery Points. You have until December 18! 13 12/7/2017 ARE YOU BEHIND ON YOUR WORK?? INSTRUCTIONAL CYCLE #1 ASSIGNMENT LIST Unit 1 Vocabulary Quiz Unit 1 Grammar Quiz Unit 1 Test Unit 2 Vocabulary Quiz Unit 2 Grammar Quiz Interim Assessment #1 ****(CANNOT MAKE THIS UP) IC #1 Speaking Test IC #1 Writing Test INSTRUCTIONAL CYCLE #2 ASSIGNMENT LIST Unit 3 Vocabulary Quiz Unit 3 Grammar Quiz Unit 3 Test Unit 4 Vocabulary Quiz Unit 4 Grammar Quiz Interim Assessment #2 ****(CANNOT MAKE THIS UP) IC #2 Speaking Test IC #2 Writing Test You can make up these assignments to earn FULL CREDIT. If you complete all assignments and FIVE Ticket out the Doors from Cycle 1 and 2, you can replace your 0 or 50 with a 70 in Mastery Points! 14 ...
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