Español 101

Español 101 - Espaol 101 Notas de la clase 28 de agosto...

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Español 101 Notas de la clase 28 de agosto de 2007 P.4 Saludos (greetings) Español English Equivelant Hola Hello ¿Cómo estas? ¿Cómo estas? How are you? ¿Cómo se llama usted? ¿Cómo te llamas? What is your name? Buenos días Good morning Buenas tardes Good afternoon Buenas noches Good evening or good night Buenas Greetings at any time of day ¿Cómo se dice…? How do you say? Me llamo… My name is… Adiós Good-bye Hasta luego See you later Chao Later Mucho Gusto Nice to meet you ¿De donde es usted? ¿De donde eres? Where are you from? Soy de…. I am from…. . El He/his Ella She/her When to use tu vs. usted Tu = informal use, as to a friend, or a parent to a child or professor to a student Usted = formal use, as respect, student to professor or child to parent. P.7 Alphabet A B C D E F G H I J K L Ll M N Ñ O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 8/29/07 Pronunciation Spanish “r” is pronounced like the English “d” in the middle of a word; at the beginning of a word the “r” is rolled Spanish “I” is pronounced like the English “e” Spanish “y” at the beginning of a word sounds like a “j” where as in the middle emphasizes the vowel next to it Spanish “h” is always silent P.8 Los Cognatos (cognates)
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Cognates are words that are spelled the same or similar to their meaning in English. But be careful, there are False cognates also in the Spanish language that seem like one word but mean something different. COGNATES Spanish English secciones Sections noticia notice ciencia science tecnogolia technology economia economy internacional international cultura culture servicios services otros other FALSE COGNATES Spanish English ropa clothing (not rope) Liberia bookstore (not library) ADDITIONAL VOCABULARY Spanish English igualmente likewise trabajo work libro book estadounidanse American Verb Conjugating Ser- To be Estar- To be Yo Soy I am Estoy I am tu Eres you are (informal) estas you are (informal) el es he is el esta he is Ella es she is Ella esta she is usted es you are (formal) usted esta you are (formal
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8/30/07 P.8- adjectives Ser Yo Soy Tú eres El/ella/usted es Tú always goes with eres Usted always with es Yo always with soy ¿Como es….? = How is. ..? Me llamo or Soy… = my name is Pronunciation Haiti = a-i-ti Hawaii = a-wa-ii Cognados = Cognates Spanish English realista realistic aveces sometimes rebelde rebel novio/a boyfriend/girlfriend egoista egotistical talentoso talented impaciente impatient introvertido/a quiet/reserved romantico/a romantic irresponsable irresponsible paciente patient
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9/4/07 Numeros = numbers P.14 Spanish English Spanish English Spanish English uno 1 dos 2 tres 3 cuatro 4 cinco 5 seis
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