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Spanish 3 SG - CH. 9 9.1 Family Relationships: Reciprocal...

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CH. 9 Parecerse = to look alike Llevarse bien con = to get along well with Relfexive verbs are also used to show reciprocal actions (each other) 9.2 Expressing for, from and to whom Only vocab that is already in flashcards….Review it 9.3 Saying What you used to Do: The Imperfect tense Imperfect often means used to or would: -AR verbs = -aba -ER/-IR verbs = -ía 9.4 Describing the Past: The Imperfect and Preterite of “State” Verbs When used to express was/were, wer and estar are usually in the imperfect Within a limited or specified time frame, ser and estar may be used in the preterite to express was/were 9.5 Imperfect of ir +a +infinitive va a + infinitive = e/she/you is/are going to iba a +infinitive = I/he/she/you was/were going to CH. 10 10.1 Saying what you have dome: The Present Perfect The present perfect is formed with the verb haber (to have) followed by past participle Past participle is formed by adding –ADO to end of –AR verbs and IDO to end of –ER/-IR verbs 10.2 Que form exclamation with que using Que + adjective Using Que + noun + tan/mas to express what an… Ex. Que pas tan grande = What a large country Use cuanto/a/os/as to express surprise about cuantity Ex. Cuanto dinero tiene ese hombre = What a lot of money that man has 10.3 Por and Para por = movement through or by, means of transportation/length of time/ during para = movement toward a destination/ deadline 10.4 Describing Actions: Adverbs -mente = -ily comodamente = confortably 10.5 Expressing Reactions: More Verbs Like gustar Several Verbs used as indirect object pronouns in flashcards Ex. Me interesa = Im interested No me interesa = Im not interested in CH.11 11.1 Polite Commands -AR verbs take -e(n) endings -ER/-IR verbs take –a(n) endings add a –n if it addresses more than one person Common Irregular commands based on the yo form & other irregular commands
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Conozca – know Diga – say Haga – do; make Oiga – hear Tenga – have Traiga – bring
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Spanish 3 SG - CH. 9 9.1 Family Relationships: Reciprocal...

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