Buenos Días
Repaso
1._______
2._______
3._______
Posesión
• Names/titles – Carla’s mother
▫ La madre de Carla
• Adjectives – my book, our class, his
house
▫ Mi libro, nuestra clase, su casa
• Pronouns – it’s mine (el libro) It’s
yours (la camisa)
▫ Es el mío. Es la tuya.
▫ Mío, tuyo, suyo, nuestro, suyo
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Our family celebrates it.
(el día festivo)
We admire his skills.
Whose is it?
You can achieve your goals.
Which ones are yours?
(hermanos)
In their community, resources
are shared.
Their objective is to
convince us.
My brother’s friend has it. (la
entrada)
Is it yours or mine? (el libro)
What are some of your
values?
respuestas
Our family celebrates it.
(el día festivo)
•Nuestra familia lo celebra.
We admire his skills.
•Nosotros admiramos sus
destrezas.
Whose is it?
•¿De quién es?
You can achieve your goals.
•Tú puedes lograr tus
metas.
Which ones are yours? (hermanos)
•¿Cuáles son los tuyos?
In their community, resources are
shared.
•En su comunidad, se
comparten los recursos.
Their objective is to convince us.
•Su objetivo es
convencernos.
My brother’s friend has it. (la entrada)
•El amigo de mi hermano la
tiene.
Is it yours or mine? (el libro)
•¿Es el tuyo o el mío?
What are some of your values?
•¿Cuáles son unos / algunos
de tus valores?
Buenos Días
martes
(saca el vocabulario también)
His diagram summarizes it. (el
concepto)
They utilize our strategies.
Whose is it?
You can confront your
challenges.
Which one is his? (hermana)
In our community, culture is
celebrated.
Our objective is to promote it.
(la causa)
Her friend’s sister is here.
Is it theirs? (el sitio)
What are some of his goals?
respuestas
His diagram summarizes it. (el
concepto)
•Su diagrama lo resume.
They utilize our strategies.
•Ellos utilizan nuestras
estrategias.
Whose is it?
•¿De quién es?
You can confront your challenges.
•Tú puedes enfrentar tus
retos/desafíos.
Which one is his? (hermana)
•¿Cuál es la suya?
•¿Cuál es suya?
In our community, culture is
celebrated.
•En nuestra comunidad, se
celebra la cultura.
Our objective is to promote it. (la
causa)
•Nuestro objetivo es
promoverla.
Her friend’s sister is here.
•La hermana de su amiga
está aquí.
•(su amigo)
Is it theirs? (el sitio)
•¿Es el suyo?
•¿Es suyo?
What are some of his goals?
•¿Cuáles son algunas / unas de
sus metas?
Buenos días
miáucoles
Our organization promotes
it. (la causa)
She uses our resources.
Whose are they?
She can present her results.
Which one is yours?
(texto)
In our class, ideas are
shared.
My objective is to resolve it. (el
conflicto)
Their friend’s teacher has it.
(el proyecto)
Are they yours? (los
cuadernos)
Who are some of your
contacts?
respuestas
Our organization promotes it. (la
causa)
•Nuestra organización la
promueve.
She uses our resources.
•Ella usa nuestros
recursos.
Whose are they?
•¿De quién son?
•¿De quiénes son?
She can present her results.
•Ella puede presentar
sus resultados.
Which one is yours? (texto)
•¿Cuál es el tuyo?
In our class, ideas are shared.
•En nuestra clase, se
comparten las ideas.
My objective is to resolve it. (el
conflicto)
•Mi objetivo es
resolverlo.
Their friend’s teacher has it. (el
proyecto)
•La maestra de su amigo lo
tiene.
•(El maestro / su amiga)
Are they yours? (los cuadernos)
•¿Son los tuyos?
•¿Son tuyos?
Who are some of your contacts?
•¿Quiénes son
unos/algunos de tus
contactos?
Buenos días
jueves
Your family needs you.
We value his contributions.
Whose are they?
He shares his resources.
Which ones are his? (cosas)
In our community, challenges
are confronted.
Your objective is to
understand it. (el concepto)
Your sister’s friends don’t want
to go.
Are they yours? (las cosas)
What are some of your
favorite activities?
Your family needs you.
•Tu familia te necesita.
We value his contributions.
Whose are they?
•¿De quién son?
•¿De quiénes son?
He shares his resources.
•Él comparte sus recursos.
Which ones are his? (cosas)
•¿Cuáles son (las) suyas?
In our community, challenges
are confronted.
•En nuestra comunidad, se
enfrentan los
retos/desafíos.
Your objective is to
understand it. (el concepto)
•Tu objetivo es entenderlo.
Your sister’s friends don’t want
to go.
•Los amigos de tu hermana
no quieren ir.
Are they yours? (las cosas)
•¿Son (las) tuyas?
What are some of your
favorite activities?
•¿Cuáles son unas/algunas
de tus actividades favoritas?
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