Spanish-Cumalitive Word Review

Spanish-Cumalitive Word Review - 1 expressing possession(6...

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1 expressing possession (6) mi/mis - my tu/tus - your su/sus - his/her - your 2 -informal expression of possession (your) -formal expression of possession (your) -informal - tu/tus - formal - su/sus 3 subject pronouns i - yo you- tú/usted he/she - él/ella we - nosotros ya'll - vosotros/ustedes they - ellos/ellas 4 to be - permanent ser 5 conjugate ser (perm.) yo - soy tú - eres usted - es el/ella - es nosotros - somos
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vosotros- sois ustedes - son ellos/ellas - son 6 answer: ¿cómo te llamas? me llamo shelby 7 answer: ¿cómo se llama usted? me llamo shelby garza 8 who quién 9 what qué 10 where dónde 11 when cuándo 12 which cuál 13 why por qué 14 how much cuánto 15 how
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cómo 16 to be - temporary estar 17 conjugate - to be temporary yo - estoy tú - estás el/ella/usted - está nosotros - estamos vosotros - estáis ellos/ellas/ustedes - están 18 all question words have what? accent marks 19 when to use ser perm. characteristics - sex, where you are from, eye color, hair color 20 when to use estar mood and health 21 de means ...(4) of, from, about, than 22 location you have to use what form of to be ? estar 23 where you are from, you have to use what verb of to be ? ser 24 -Mi libro _____ aquí -Tu libro ______ allí - Dónde _____ su libro
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está - for all of them because you are talking about the book 25 to like gustar 26 - i like - you like - they like me gusta te gusta le gusta 27 answer: ¿Te gusta estudiar? si, me gusta estudiar (make sure you remember to make the switch) 28 definite articles (4) el - los (masculine) la - las (feminine) 29 when you have a feminine definite article on a noun what do you have to do to the following word (& vice versa - masculine) you have to change the next word to feminine - example la comida cubana (cubana is cubano in the dictionary) 30 sí - means? si - means? sí- yes si - if 31 hay
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there is 32 hablar, bailar, nadar, escuchar, llamar, levantar hablar - to talk bailar - to danse nadar - swim escuchar - to listen llamar - to call levantar - to lift 33 -definite english -definite spanish -indefinite english -indefinite spanish def eng - the def spa - el, la, los ,las indef eng - a, an some indef spa - uno, una, unos, unas 34 saber to know 35 tener to have 36 comer, correr, leer, vivir, resistir, escribir, describir to eat, to run, to read, to live, to resist, to write, to describe 37 conjugate tener yo tengo tú - tienes el/ella/usted - tiene nos. - tenemos vos. - tenéis
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ellos/ellas/ustedes - tienen 38 capitals- -cuba -república dominicana -nicaragua -colombia -venezuela cuba - la habana república dominicana - santo domingo nicaragua - managua colombia - botogá venezuela - caracas 39 - ar (hablar) yo - hablo tu - hablas el/ella/usted - habla nos. - hablamos vos. - habláis ellos/ellas/ustedes - hablan 40
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