Spanish 101 Leccion 2 3 of 3

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  1. How do you make a question from these? Hint: something about order.

    Ustedes trabajan los s'abados.
    Carlota regresa a las seis.
    Invert the order of the subject and verb of a declarative statement.

    • ?Trabajan ustedes los s'abados?
    • ?Regresa a las seis Carlota?

    Does Carlota return at six?
  2. Questions can also be formed by adding the tas ?no? or ?verdad?

    Make the following into questions

    Ustedes trabajan los s'abados
    Carlota regresa a las seis
    • Ustedes trabajan los s'abados. ?no?
    • Carlota regresa a las seis. ?no?
  3. Say the following in Spanish:

    How much
    How many
    Why
    • Cu'anto/a
    • Cu'antos/as
    • Por qu'e
  4. Translate in Spanish:

    Which of them studies in the library?
    Where are we walking?
    Why do you need to talk to her?
    Who teaches the art class?
    How much homework is there?
    How muany students speak Spanish?
    • ?Cu'al de ellos estudia en la biblioteca?
    • ?Ad'onde caminamos?
    • ?Why do you need to talk to her?
    • ?Por qu'e necesitas hablar con ella?
    • ?Qui'en ense'na la clase de arte?
    • ?Cu'anta tarea hay?
    • ?D'onde trabaja Ricardo?
    • ?Cu'antos estudiantes hablan espa!~nol?
  5. When pronouncing this type of questions, the pitch of your voice falls at the end o fthe sentence.

    Translate with the type of pictch needed:

    How do you get to class?
    Why do you need to study?
    • ?C'omo llegas a clase?
    • ?Por qu'e necesitas estudiar?
  6. What is the difference between Por qu'e and porque?
    • Por qu'e is "why do"
    • Porque is "because"
  7. Why do you study Spanish?
    Because it's fun!
    • ?Por qu'e estudias espa~nol?
    • !Porque es divertido!
  8. In Spanish, no can mean both no and not. Therefore what?

    Translate then answer
    Do you all walk to the university?
    When answering a yes/no question in the negative, you need to use no twice.

    • ?Caminian a la universidad?
    • No, no caminamos a la university.

    No, we do not walk to the university.
  9. With negative statements, only the tag ?verdad? may be used.
    For example:

    You all don't work on Saturdays.
    You all don't work on Saturdays. ?right?
    • Ustedes no trabajan los S'abados.
    • Ustedes no trabajan los S'abados. ?verdad?
  10. Prepositions often used with estar:

    al lado de
    a la derecha de
    en
    cerca de
    • next to , beside
    • to the right of
    • in, on
    • near
  11. Prepositions often used with estar:

    next to , beside
    to the right of
    in, on
    near
    • al lado de
    • a la derecha de
    • en
    • cerca de
  12. Prepositions often used with estar:

    con
    debajo de
    delante de
    detr'as de
    • with
    • below
    • in front of
    • behind
  13. Prepositions often used with estar:

    with
    below
    in front of
    behind
    • con
    • debajo de
    • delante de
    • detr'as de
  14. Prepositions often used with ser:

    encima de
    entre
    lejos de
    a la izquierda de
    • on top of
    • between; among
    • far from
    • to the left of
  15. Prepositions often used with ser:

    on top of
    between; among
    far from
    to the left of
    • encima de
    • entre
    • lejos de
    • a la izquierda de
  16. Prepositions often used with ser:

    sin
    sobre
    • without
    • on; over
  17. Prepositions often used with ser:

    without
    on; over
    • sin
    • sobre
  18. The class is next to the library.

    The books are on top of the desk.

    The lab is near the classroom.

    Maribel is in front of Jos'e.
    La clase esta al lado de la biblioteca.

    Los libros est'an encima del escritorio.

    El laboratorio est'a cerca de la clase.

    Maribel est'a delante de Jos'e.
  19. La clase esta al lado de la biblioteca.

    Los libros est'an encima del escritorio.

    El laboratorio est'a cerca de la clase.

    Maribel est'a delante de Jos'e.
    The class is next to the library.

    The books are on top of the desk.

    The lab is near the classroom.

    Maribel is in front of Jos'e.
  20. El estadio no est'a lejos de la libreria.
    El mapa est'a entre la pizarra y la puerta.
    Los estudiantes est'an en la clase.
    El libro esta' sobre la mesa.
    • The stadium isn' far from the bookstore.
    • The map is between the blackboard and the door.
    • Los estudiantes est'an en la clase.
    • The book is on the table.
  21. The stadium isn' far from the bookstore.
    The map is between the blackboard and the door.
    Los estudiantes est'an en la clase.
    The book is on the table.
    • El estadio no est'a lejos de la libreria.
    • El mapa est'a entre la pizarra y la puerta.
    • Los estudiantes est'an en la clase.
    • El libro esta' sobre la mesa.
  22. Provid the present forms of estar.

    Ustedes _____ en la clase.

    est'an.

    Jos'e _____ en la biblioteca

    est'a

    Yo _____ bien, gracias.

    estoy

    Nosotras _____ en la cafeteria.

    estamos
    T'u _____ en la laboratorio.

    est'as

    Elena _____ en la libraria

    est'a

    Ellas _____ en la libreria.

    est'an

    Ana y yo _____ en la clase.

    estamos

    ?Como _____ usted?

    est'a
  23. Javier and Maribel are in the studio.

    We are in the cafeteria.

    I am in the laboratory.

    You are in the class.
    Javier y Maribel estan en el estadio.

    Nosotros estamos en la cafeter'ia.

    Yo estoy en el laboratorio.

    T'u estás en la clase.
  24. Who is Martin?

    It is near the Plaz Mayor in Sand Modesto.

    (shortened) He is a classmate.
    ?Qui'en es Martin?

    Esta cerca de la Plaza Mayor, en San Modesto.

    Es un compa~nero de clase.
  25. The pen is on the table.

    The window is to the left of the door.

    The chairs are behind the los desks.
    La pluma est'a encima de la mesa.

    La ventana est'a a la izquierda de la puerta.

    Las sillas est'an detr'as de los escritiorios.
  26. The students are carrying the books in the backpack.

    Spain is far from Puerto Rico.

    Cuba is close to United States

    I am at home in bed.
    Los estudiantes llevan los libros en la mochila.

    Espa~na est'a lejos de Puerto Rico.

    Cuba est'a cerca de los Estados Unidos.

    Estoy en casa, en la cama.
  27. El numeros 200 a 999 agree in gender


    mil can mean a thousand and one thousand, it is not usually used in plural form when referring to numbers. 

    Un mill'on has the plural form millonesk, in which the accent is dropped.

    1.000 relojes
    25.000 pizarras
    2.000.000 de estudiantes
    • mil relojes
    • veinticincio mil pizarras
    • dos millones de estudiantes
  28. To express a complex number (including yers), string together its componenet parts.

    55.422
    5.000.000
    201
    300
    • cincuenta y cinco mil cuatrocientos veintid'os
    • cinco millón
    • doscientos un/o
    • trescientos/as300
  29. 76
    550.300
    65  76 55 16
    • setenta y seis
    • quinientos cincuenta mil trescientos/as
    • sesenta y cinco 
    • setenta y seis
    • cincuenta y cinco
    • diesis'eis
  30. 113
    1.781
    Quien or Qui'en?
    • ciento trece
    • mil setecientos ochenta y uno
    • Qui'en
    •  
  31. idioma
    language
  32. how are you
    como est'a
  33. Qui'en es el se~nor Rivera?
    (Economics Teacher)
    Es el profesor de econom'ica.
  34. Felipe no _____________ bien hoy.
    est'a

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