Quasimodo: Silently practice
your memory verse and get your
homework out.
“¿A dónde me iré de tu Espíritu? ¿Y a
dónde huiré de tu presencia? Si subiere a
los cielos, allí estás tú; Y si en el Seol hiciere
mi estrado, he aquí, allí tú estás. Si tomare
las alas del alba Y habitare en el extremo
del mar, Aun allí me guiará tu mano,Y me
asirá tu diestra.”
Salmo ciento treinta y nueve versículos siete
a diez
Tarea:
Get out your photos from your
weekend homework.
 You
will be describing these to your 12
o’clock partner. They will be drawing the
scene you describe.
 Read what you wrote over the weekend
first.
 Then add in more detail to allow them to
get the drawing even better
Ser vs. Estar

Sometimes adjectives can mean different
things depending on if they are working with
ser or estar.

Example:
La manzana es verde. (the apple is green)
 La manzana está verde. (the apple is unripe)


Look at the list of adjectives on the next page
and the possible meanings they have and
decide which meaning you think goes with
ser and which goes with estar.
Adjetivos:
 Aburrido:
bored & boring
 Listo: smart & ready
 Malo: Bad (evil/naughty) & bad (not
well/sick)
 Orgulloso: proud (arrogant) & proud (of
someone/something)
 Moreno: tan & dark skinned/dark hair
 Pálido: Light skin & pale(sickly)
 Seguro: sure & safe
 Viejo: old (aged) & old (looking/feeling old)
 Roto: broken but fixable & broken forever
Adjetivos: SER & ESTAR
 Aburrido:
bored & boring
 Listo: smart & ready
 Malo: Bad (evil/naughty) & bad (not
well/sick)
 Orgulloso: proud (arrogant) & proud (of
someone/something)
 Moreno: tan & dark skinned/dark hair
 Pálido: Light skin & pale(sickly)
 Seguro: sure & safe
 Viejo: old (aged) & old (looking/feeling old)
 Roto: broken but fixable & broken forever
Tarea:
 Pick
5 of the adjectives from the list.
 Give me an example with SER and ESTAR
for each one. Be sure you can explain
what each means in English.
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Silently practice your memory verse and get your homework out.