La familia, expressing possession s, tener, conjugating regular ar verbs, ser de, telling age. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – La familia, expressing possession s, tener, conjugating regular ar verbs, ser de, telling age. PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 23a18-NmQzN



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

La familia, expressing possession s, tener, conjugating regular ar verbs, ser de, telling age.

Description:

Katie Holmes. Jones. Suri. Angelina Jolie. Bertrand. Katie Holmes. de Cruise. Pitt Jolie. Cruise Holmes. Paso C p.39. Tener to have. Dos mundos, pp.48 ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:439
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 14
Provided by: LAGo3
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: La familia, expressing possession s, tener, conjugating regular ar verbs, ser de, telling age.


1
Paso C
  • La familia, expressing possession (s), tener,
    conjugating regular ar verbs, ser de, telling
    age.

2
La familia, los nombres y los apellidos
Angelina Jolie de Pitt
Angelina Jolie Bertrand
Katie Holmes Jones
Brad Pitt Hillhouse
Katie Holmes de Cruise
Tom Cruise Pfeiffer


Maddox
Pitt Jolie
Suri
Cruise Holmes
Paso C p.39
3
Tener to have Dos mundos, pp.48
tener
tenemos
tengo
(yo)
(nosotros)
tienes
-----
(tú)
(---)
tiene
tienen
(él/ella/ud.)
(ellos/ellas/uds.)
Paso C GE C.1A P.48
4
Expressing Possession Dos mundos, pp.49-52
  • In English, one way of expressing possession is
    to use possessive pronouns like my, your, his,
    her, its, our, their.
  • The other way is the s Johns car my
    brothers pen
  • We could phrase it as the car of John the pen
    of my brother but we almost never do.
  • In Spanish, there is no such thing as s. We
    must phrase it as el carro de Juan el
    bolígrafo de mi hermano

Paso C GE C.1B p.48
5
Possessive pronouns
singular owner of one item
plural owner of one item
Mi casa es su casa.
mi
nuestro / nuestra
Tu hermano es guapo.
tu
-----
Nuestra madre tiene un carro azul.


su
su
His, her or usteds
Their or ustedes
Tengo su perro.
Mis zapatos son negros.
singular owner of multiple items
plural owner of multiple items
Nuestros abuelos son viejos.
mis
nuestros / nuestras
Sus padres tienen una casa pequeña.
tus
-----
sus
sus
Tenemos tus libros.
Paso C GE C.2 p.49-50
6
De quién es el/la _____?Dos mundos, p. 41
Carlos
Marta
De quién es el libro?
El libro es de Carlos. Es su libro.
el libro
el televisor
El televisor es de Marta. Es su televisor.
El gato es de Juan Pablo. Es su gato.
Juan Pablo
Santa
Miguel
la bicicleta
los carros
La bicicleta es de Miguel. Es su bicicleta.
Los carros son de Santa. Son sus
carros.
el gato
Act. 7
7
Telling AgeDos mundos, p 42.
  • In English, we tell age by using a form to be,
    as in, I am 40 years old, You are 20.
  • In Spanish, we never use to be.
  • Spanish uses a form of tener and doesnt need the
    word old. Tengo 40 años. Tienes 20.
  • How old are you? Cuántos años tienes?

Paso C GE C.3 p.52
8
Conjugating Regular ar Verbs
Paso C GE C.5 p. 54
9
  • English
  • Infinitives

Spanish Infinitives
The main form of a verb is called the infinitive
to wear to speak to eat to read to live to write
llevar hablar comer leer vivir escribir

In Spanish, the word to is built into the
infinitive. Its all one word! (2 words 1
word)
In English, the verb infinitive is always 2
words, one of which is the word to.
Youll know its a Spanish infinitive because it
will always end in either -ar -er ir
10
Conjugation
Conjugation just means changing the verb to show
whos doing the action (the subject of the
sentence)
Heres the conjugation of llevar in Spanish
The English conjugation of to wear is
Singular
Plural
I wear
We wear
llevo
llevamos
1st
You wear
You wear
llevas
---
2nd
He/She/It wears
They wear
lleva
llevan
3rd
Whats different about the Spanish verbs?
What do you notice about the English verbs?
11
Think of Spanish verb conjugation like a 2 step
math formula
Step 1
-o -amos -as -- -a -an
A conjugated verb
Step 2
ending
llev
ar
-
llev
amos
llev
o
(yo)
(nosotros)
llev
-----
as
(tú)
(---)
llev
llev
a
an
(él/ella/ud.)
(ellos/ellas/uds.)
12
This will work with other regular ar verbs
to dance
bailar
bail
ar
-
bail
amos
bail
o
(yo)
(nosotros)
as
bail
-----
(tú)
(---)
-o -amos -as -- -a -an
bail
bail
a
an
(él/ella/ud.)
(ellos/ellas/uds.)
to sing
cantar
cant
ar
-
cant
amos
cant
o
(nosotros)
(yo)
cant
-----
as
(tú)
(---)
cant
an
cant
a
(él/ella/ud.)
(ellos/ellas/uds.)
13
Practicamos!
(yo) -o (nosotros)
-amos (tú) -as
-- --- (él/ella/ud.) -a
(ellos/ellas/uds.) -an
(Lets practice!)
hablar (yo) llegar (tú) tomar (ella) nadar
(usted) mirar (ustedes) amar
(nosotros) trabajar (él) viajar (ellos) pagar
(ellas)
hablo
- I talk - You (s. informal) arrive - She
takes - You (s. formal) swim - You (all) watch -
We love - He works - They (masc.) travel - They
(fem.) pay
llegas
toma
nada
miran
amamos
trabaja
viajan
pagan
About PowerShow.com