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Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify?
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account.
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account. TRUE
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account. TRUE
Give some examples of adjectives that DO change according to the
gender of the noun.
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account. TRUE
Give some examples of adjectives that DO change according to the
gender of the noun. sabroso, ordenado, gracioso, estudioso, etc.
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account. TRUE
Give some examples of adjectives that DO change according to the
gender of the noun. sabroso, ordenado, gracioso, estudioso, etc.
Give some examples of adjectives that DO NOT change according to
the gender of the noun.
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account. TRUE
Give some examples of adjectives that DO change according to the
gender of the noun. sabroso, ordenado, gracioso, estudioso, etc.
Give some examples of adjectives that DO NOT change according to
the gender of the noun. paciente, horrible, inteligente, fácil, etc.
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account. TRUE
Give some examples of adjectives that DO change according to the
gender of the noun. sabroso, ordenado, gracioso, estudioso, etc.
Give some examples of adjectives that DO NOT change according to
the gender of the noun. paciente, horrible, inteligente, fácil, etc.
If you’re dealing with an adjective that is “gender neutral,” can you
at least still make it plural if the noun is plural?
Adjectives
In Spanish, where do we place adjectives in relation to the nouns
they modify? AFTER the noun (Ex.: pizza sabrosa)
True or false: some adjectives have different forms according to the
gender of the noun they modify, while others do not take gender
into account. TRUE
Give some examples of adjectives that DO change according to the
gender of the noun. sabroso, ordenado, gracioso, estudioso, etc.
Give some examples of adjectives that DO NOT change according to
the gender of the noun. paciente, horrible, inteligente, fácil, etc.
If you’re dealing with an adjective that is “gender neutral,” can you
at least still make it plural if the noun is plural? YES
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls =
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Notice that all three words (article, noun, and adjective) agree in
the fact that they are feminine and plural.
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Notice that all three words (article, noun, and adjective) agree in
the fact that they are feminine and plural.
What are the four possible endings for gender-changing adjectives?
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Notice that all three words (article, noun, and adjective) agree in
the fact that they are feminine and plural.
What are the four possible endings for gender-changing adjectives?
sing.
masc.
fem.
plu.
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Notice that all three words (article, noun, and adjective) agree in
the fact that they are feminine and plural.
What are the four possible endings for gender-changing adjectives?
masc.
fem.
sing.
-o
plu.
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Notice that all three words (article, noun, and adjective) agree in
the fact that they are feminine and plural.
What are the four possible endings for gender-changing adjectives?
masc.
sing.
-o
fem.
-a
plu.
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Notice that all three words (article, noun, and adjective) agree in
the fact that they are feminine and plural.
What are the four possible endings for gender-changing adjectives?
masc.
sing.
-o
fem.
-a
plu.
-os
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Spanish adjectives must ALWAYS match the noun they modify in
terms of singular vs. plural, and if it’s the type of adjective that
changes with gender, the gender must match also.
Ex:
the serious girls = las chicas serias
Notice that all three words (article, noun, and adjective) agree in
the fact that they are feminine and plural.
What are the four possible endings for gender-changing adjectives?
masc.
sing.
-o
plu.
-os
fem.
-a
-as
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
los libros aburridos
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
los libros aburridos
la tarea fácil
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
los libros aburridos
la tarea fácil
las chicas graciosas
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
los libros aburridos
la tarea fácil
las chicas graciosas
los estudiantes trabajadores
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
los libros aburridos
la tarea fácil
las chicas graciosas
los estudiantes trabajadores
el sándwich bueno
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
los libros aburridos
la tarea fácil
las chicas graciosas
los estudiantes trabajadores
el sándwich bueno
los guisantes horribles
Making Adjectives Match Nouns
Try these ten practice translations. CAREFUL: Some are genderchangers, and some are gender neutral.
1. interesting classes
2. nice boy
3. tasty hamburgers
4. boring books
5. easy homework
6. funny girls
7. hardworking students (male)
8. good sandwich
9. horrible peas
10. organized teacher (female)
las clases interesantes
el chico simpático
las hamburguesas sabrosas
los libros aburridos
la tarea fácil
las chicas graciosas
los estudiantes trabajadores
el sándwich bueno
los guisantes horribles
la profesora ordenada
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
somos
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
somos
soís
son
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
somos
soís
son
What are some uses of the verb ser?
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
somos
soís
son
What are some uses of the verb ser?
Ser
T
O
P
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
somos
soís
son
What are some uses of the verb ser?
Ser
Time
O
P
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
somos
soís
son
What are some uses of the verb ser?
Ser
Time
Occupation / origin
P
TO BE
The verb ser
What does the verb ser mean?
What are the forms of the verb ser?
soy
eres
es
somos
soís
son
What are some uses of the verb ser?
Ser
Time
Occupation / origin
Physical / personality
TO BE
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean?
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
Here is a short practice with ser and hacer (combination).
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
Here is a short practice with ser and hacer (combination).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We are patient.
I do the homework.
You are a student.
They do exercise.
She is from Cuba.
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
Here is a short practice with ser and hacer (combination).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We are patient.
I do the homework.
You are a student.
They do exercise.
She is from Cuba.
(Nosotros) somos pacientes.
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
Here is a short practice with ser and hacer (combination).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We are patient.
I do the homework.
You are a student.
They do exercise.
She is from Cuba.
(Nosotros) somos pacientes.
(Yo) hago la tarea.
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
Here is a short practice with ser and hacer (combination).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We are patient.
I do the homework.
You are a student.
They do exercise.
She is from Cuba.
(Nosotros) somos pacientes.
(Yo) hago la tarea.
(Tú) eres un estudiante.
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
Here is a short practice with ser and hacer (combination).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We are patient.
I do the homework.
You are a student.
They do exercise.
She is from Cuba.
(Nosotros) somos pacientes.
(Yo) hago la tarea.
(Tú) eres un estudiante.
(Ellos) hacen ejercicio.
The verb hacer
What does the verb hacer mean? TO DO
What are the forms of the verb hacer?
hago
haces
hace
hacemos
hacéis
hacen
Here is a short practice with ser and hacer (combination).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We are patient.
I do the homework.
You are a student.
They do exercise.
She is from Cuba.
(Nosotros) somos pacientes.
(Yo) hago la tarea.
(Tú) eres un estudiante.
(Ellos) hacen ejercicio.
(Ella) es de Cuba.
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
prefieres
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
prefieres
prefiere
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
prefieres
prefiere
preferimos
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
preferimos
prefieres
preferís
prefiere
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
preferimos
prefieres
preferís
prefiere
prefieren
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
preferimos
prefieres
preferís
prefiere
prefieren
Here is short practice with preferir:
1. She prefers vegetable soup.
2. They prefer carrots.
3. We prefer water.
4. I prefer ice cream.
5. You prefer pastries.
The verb preferir
What does preferir mean: to prefer
What are the forms of preferir?
prefiero
preferimos
prefieres
preferís
prefiere
prefieren
Here is short practice with preferir:
1. She prefers vegetable soup. 1. Ella prefiere la sopa de verduras.
2. They prefer carrots.
2. Ellos prefieren las zanahorias.
3. We prefer water.
3. Nosotros preferimos el agua.
4. I prefer ice cream.
5. You prefer pastries.
4. Yo prefiero el helado.
5. Tú prefieres los pasteles.
The verb deber
¿Cómo conjugar el verbo deber?
debo
debes
debe
debemos
debéis
deben
practicamos
Completa las actividades6 y 7 en la página 153
para hablar sobre tus preferencias.
Para concluir
¿Qué prefieres, las zanahorias o los guisantes?
LA TAREA: Workbook p. 60 and 61
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