Español II 3-2
Chores and complaining
Practice your listening and speaking.
Listen to the recording and respond.
Click to the next slide to check your
answer.
For the following questions you are
responding to a friend who is asking
you about who does which chores at
your house. Use direct object
pronouns in your answers whenever
possible. I have provided some
possible answers. If you have any
questions about possible answers,
write them down and ask during
class.
Click to next slide to hear the first question.
Double click on the speaker to hear the audio. If you don’t understand after a few
tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
En tu casa, ¿quién saca la basura?
Mi hermano la saca.
Yo la saco.
Todos nosotros la sacamos.
Mis padres la sacan.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
Normalmente, ¿quién ordena los
cuartos?
Mi mamá los ordena.
Yo los ordeno.
Mi abuela y yo los ordenamos.
Mis hermanos los ordenan.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Y quién riega el jardín?
Mi papá lo riega.
Yo lo riego.
Mi hermano y yo lo regamos.
Mis padres lo riegan.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Tu hermano pasa la aspiradora?
Sí, la pasa.
No, no la pasa.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Tiendes tú las camas?
Sí, las tiendo yo.
No, no las tiendo.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Quién trapea los pisos?
Mi papá los trapea.
Yo los trapeo.
Todos nosotros los trapeamos.
Mis hermanos los trapean.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Quién barre el piso del comedor?
Mi mamá lo barre.
Yo lo barro.
Todos nosotros lo barremos.
Mis hermanos lo barren.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Sacude el polvo tu hermana?
Sí, ella lo sacude.
No, ella no lo sacude.
No, tengo hermana. Mi mamá lo
sacude.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Siempre te toca a ti quitar la mesa?
Sí, siempre me toca a mí quitarla.
No, nunca me toca a mí quitarla.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿A quién le toca poner la mesa?
Le toca a mi hermano ponerla.
Me toca a mí ponerla.
Les toca a mis hermanos ponerla.
Nos toca a todos nosotros ponerla.
For the following questions you are
responding to your mom who is
asking you if you did the chores she
asked you to do. Use direct object
pronouns in your answers whenever
possible. I have provided some
possible answers. If you have any
questions about possible answers,
write them down and ask during
class.
Click to next slide to hear the first question.
Double click on the speaker to hear the audio. If you don’t understand after a few
tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Ya limpiaste el cuarto de baño?
Sí, ya lo limpié.
No, no lo limpié.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Ordenaste tu cuarto?
Sí, ya lo ordené.
No, no lo ordené.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Pasaste la aspiradora esta semana?
Sí, ya la pasé.
No, no la pasé.
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tries, click anywhere on the slide to see a sentence of what is being said. Only do
this if you are having a hard time because this is a listening activity.
¿Guardaste la ropa en el armario?
Sí, ya la guardé.
No, no la guardé.
Now your dad is asking who is going
to do each chore so that everyone
has a job. Answer her questions
using direct object pronouns.
¿Quién va a barrer el piso?
Paca lo va a barrer.
Yo lo voy a barrer.
Juan y María lo van a barrer.
¿Quién va a pasar la aspiradora?
Paca la va a pasar.
Yo la voy a pasar.
Juan y María la van a pasar.
(Don’t forget you can put the Direct
Object Pronoun attached to the end
of the infinitive)
Ex: Paco va a pasarla.
¿Quién va a lavar los platos?
Paco los va a lavar.
Yo los voy a lavar.
Juan y María los van a lavar.
(Don’t forget you can put the Direct
Object Pronoun attached to the end
of the infinitive)
Ex: Paco va a lavarlos.
¿Quién va a regar las flores ?
Paco las va a regar.
Yo las voy a regar.
Juan y María las van a regar.
(Don’t forget you can put the Direct
Object Pronoun attached to the end
of the infinitive)
Ex: Paco va a darlo de comer.
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Español II 3-2 Chores and complaining