GW6_S10 - Grammar Workshop#6 Spanish 115 SLU I.a!A repasar...

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Grammar Workshop #6 March 16, 2010 Spanish 115 SLU I.a. !A repasar! Interview a classmate to learn about what the following members of his/her family like and don’t like. Estudiante 1: A ti , ¿qué tipo de comida te gusta comer? Estudiante 2: Bueno, a mí me gustan las legumbres, pero a mis hermanos les gusta la comida preelaborada. 1. A ti… 4. A nosotros(as)… 2. A tus hermanos… 5. A tus primos… 3. A tu padre… I.b. Más conversación. .. : ¿Qué actividades hicieron durante el descanso de primavera? ¿A tu compañero/a le gustó hacer esas cosas? II. Parecerse / llevarse The reflexive verbs parecerse (to look like) and llevarse (to get along…with) are used often when talking about familiar relationships. They use a reflexive pronoun (me, te, se, nos, os, se) which is placed in front of the con- jugated verb. The reflexive pronoun should always correspond to the subject and verb of the clause. Example 1: ¿(Tú) te pareces más a tu padre o a tu madre? Do you look more like your father or your mother? Pues, se dice que (yo) me parezco más a mi mamá. Well, they say that I look more like my mother. Example 2: ¿Antes se llevaban bien Laura y sus primos? Before did Laura and her cousins get along well (with each other)?
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