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Unformatted text preview: • ¿Hablas tú español? Sì, yo hablo español. • Do you speak Spanish? Yes, I speak Spanish. • ¿Hablan ustedes español? Sì, nosotros hablamos español. • Do you guys speak Spanish? Yes, we speak Spanish. • ¿Hablan Marco y tú español? Sì, nosotros hablamos español. Or Sì, Marco y yo hablamos español. • Do you and Marco speak Spanish? Yes, we speak Spanish. Or Yes, Marco and I speak Spanish. The reverse of these is also true. If the subject of the question isy o, the subject of the answer is tú and if the subject of the question is tú, the subject of the answer is yo. Since there are some options, you have to determine the specific pronoun depending on the context of the question. When a question is asked about someone else, use either the person's name or the appropriate third person pronoun in your response. To answer these types of questions, you do not have to change the subject or the verb form. Simply answer sì or no, and put the subject back in front of the verb to change the question into a basic sentence. If there is a question word, fill in any information requested. • ¿Baila ella? Sì, ella baila. • Does she dance? Yes, she dances. • ¿Trabaja Marìa? Sì, Marìa trabaja. • Does Marìa work? Yes, Marìa works. ¿Cuándo trabaja Marìa? Marìa trabaja mañana. • When does Marìa work? Marìa works tomorrow. ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.
- Fall '09