Spanish101 Ch1 USD

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Spanish101 Ch1 USD
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General vocabulary and lessons from "Vistas Blanco" ISBN 9781617672118
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  1. Buenos dias
    Good Morning
  2. Buenas noches
    • Good evening
    • Good night
  3. Hasta la vista
    See you later
  4. Hasta pronto
    See you soon
  5. ?Como se llama usted?
    What is your name? (formal)
  6. Le presento a . . . . .
    I would like to introduce you to (name). (Formal).
  7. Te presento a . . . . . .
    I would like to introduce you to (name). (informal)
  8. el nombre
    name
  9. ?Como estas?
    How are you? (Informal)
  10. No muy bien
    Not very well.
  11. ?Que pasa?
    • What is happening?
    • What is going on?
  12. Por favor
    Please
  13. De nada
    You're welcome.
  14. No hay de que
    You're welcome
  15. Lo siento
    I'm sorry
  16. Gracias
    • Thank you.
    • Thanks.
  17. Muchas gracias
    • Thank you very much.
    • Thanks a lot.
  18. items are presented for recognition purposes only.
    Buenos dias
    Buenas
  19. items are presented for recognition purposes only.
    De nada
    A la orden
  20. items are presented for recognition purposes only.
    Lo siento
    Perdon
  21. items are presented for recognition purposes only.
    ?Que tal?
    ?Que hubo? (Col)
  22. items are presented for recognition purposes only.
    Chau
    • Ciao
    • Chao
  23. Masculine nouns (living) & indicator
    • ending in -o i.e. el chico, el pasajero
    • ending in -or i.e. el conductor, el profesor
    • ending in -ista i.e. el turista,
    • Indicator is el
  24. Masculine nouns (non-living)
    • ending in -o i.e. el cuaderno, el diario, el diccionario, el video, el numero
    • ending in -ma  i.e. el problema, el programa
    • ending in -s i.e. el autobu's, el pai's
  25. Feminine nouns (living) & indicator
    • ending in -a i.e. la chica, la pasajera
    • ending in -ora i.e. la conductora, la profesora
    • ending in -ista i.e. la turista
    • Indicator is la
  26. Feminine nouns (non-living)
    • ending in -a i.e. la computadora, la cosa, escuela, la maleta, la palabra
    • ending in -cio'n i.e. la leccio'n, la conversacio'n
    • ending in -dad i.e. la nacionalidad, la comunidad
  27. a
    • a          [pronounced]
    • adios    [Example]
  28. b
    • be                     [pronounced]
    • bien, problema   [Example]
  29. c
    • ce             [pronounced]
    • cosa, cero  [Example]
  30. ch
    • che     [pronounced]
    • chico   [Example]
  31. d
    • de                [pronounced]
    • diario, nada  [Example]
  32. e
    • e                 [pronounced]
    • estudiante    [Example]
  33. f
    • efe       [pronounced]
    • foto      [Example]
  34. g
    • ge                                  [pronounced]
    • gracias, Gerardo, regular  [Example]
  35. h
    • hache  [pronounced]
    • hola     [Example]
  36. i
    • i                 [pronounced]
    • igualmente  [Example]
  37. j
    • jota     [pronounced]
    • Javier  [Example]
  38. k
    • ka, ca       [pronounced]
    • kilometro  [Example]
  39. l
    • ele     [pronounced]
    • lapiz   [Example]
  40. ll
    • elle    [pronounced]
    • llave  [Example]
  41. m
    • eme    [pronounced]
    • mapa  [Example]
  42. n
    • ene               [pronounced]
    • nacionalidad  [Example]
  43. n'
    • en'e          [pronounced]
    • man'ana    [Example]
  44. o
    • o        [pronounced]
    • once   [Example]
  45. p
    • pe            [pronounced]
    • profesor    [Example]
  46. q
    • cu     [pronounced]
    • que   [Example]
  47. r
    • ere                       [pronounced]
    • regular, sen'ora     [Example]
  48. s
    • ese       [pronounced]
    • sen'or   [Example]
  49. t
    • te     [pronounced]
    • tu'    [Example]
  50. u
    • u         [pronounced]
    • usted   [Example]
  51. v
    • ve                  [pronounced]
    • vista, nuevo    [Example]
  52. w
    • doble ve     [pronounced]
    • walkman    [Example]
  53. x
    • equis                 [pronounced]
    • existir, Me'xico   [Example]
  54. y
    • i griega, ye [pronounced]
    • yo              [Example]
  55. z
    • zeta, ceta   [pronounced]
    • zona          [Example]
  56. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
    • cero
    • uno
    • dos
    • tres
    • cuatro
    • cinco
    • seis
    • siete
    • ocho
    • nueve
    • diez
  57. 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20
    • once
    • doce
    • trece
    • catorce
    • quince
    • diecise'is
    • diecisiete
    • dieciocho
    • diecinueve
    • veinte
  58. 21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30
    • veintiuno
    • veintido's
    • veintitre's
    • veinticuatro
    • veinticinco
    • veintise'is
    • veintisiete
    • veintiocho
    • veintinueve
    • treinta
  59. +, -, =
    • + ma's
    • - menos
    • = son
  60. Hola
    • Hello
    • Hi
  61. Buenos Dias
    Good morning
  62. Buenas tardes
    Good afternoon
  63. Buenas noches
    • Good evening
    • Good night
  64. Nos vemos
    See you
  65. Hasta luego
    See you later
  66. Saludos a . . . .
    Greetings to . . . .
  67. Chau
    Bye
  68. ?Que hay de nuevo?
    What's new?
  69. ?Que tal?
    • How are you?
    • How is it going?
  70. Sen'or (Sr.); don
    Mr. ; sir
  71. Sen'ora (Sra.); don'a
    Mrs. ; ma'am
  72. sen'orita(Srta.)
    Miss
  73. ?Y usted?
    And you? (Form)
  74. ?Y tu'?
    And you? (Informal)
  75. Mucho gusto.
    Please to meet you.
  76. El gusto es mi'o.
    The pleasure is mine.
  77. E'ste/a es . . . .
    This is. . . .
  78. el nombre
    name
  79. ?De do'nde es usted?
    Where are you from? (Formal)
  80. ?De do'nde eres?
    Where are you from? (Informal)
  81. Soy de . . .
    I'm from . . . .
  82. ?cua'nto(s)/a(s)?
    How much? or How many?
  83. ?de quie'n. . . ?
    Whose . . . ? (singular)
  84. ?de quie'nes . . . ?
    Whose . . . ? (plural)
  85. (no) hay 
    • there is (not);
    • there are (not) 
  86. Espan'a
    Spain
  87. el autobu's
    bus
  88. la capital
    capital city
  89. el chico
    boy
  90. la chica
    girl
  91. la computadora
    computer
  92. la comunidad
    community
  93. el/la conductor(a)
    driver
  94. la conversacio'n
    conversation
  95. la cosa
    thing
  96. el cuaderno
    notebook
  97. el di'a
    day
  98. el diario
    diary
  99. el diccionario
    dictionary
  100. la escuela
    school
  101. el/la estudiante
    student
  102. la foto(grafi'a)
    photograph
  103. el hombre
    man
  104. el/la joven
    • youth;
    • young person
  105. el la'piz
    pencil
  106. la leccio'n
    lesson
  107. la maleta
    suitcase
  108. la mano
    hand
  109. el mapa
    map
  110. la mujer
    woman
  111. la nacionalidad
    nationality
  112. el nu'mero
    number
  113. el pai's
    country
  114. la palabra
    word
  115. el/la pasajero/a
    passenger
  116. el problema
    problem
  117. el/la profesor(a)
    teacher
  118. el programa
    program
  119. el/la turista
    tourist
  120. el video
    video
  121. ser
    to be
  122. ?Que' hora es?
    What time is it?
  123. 1 o'clock
    Es la una
  124. 2 O'clock
    Son los dos
  125. 3 O'clock
    Son las tres
  126. 4 O'clock
    Son las cuatro
  127. 5 O'clock
    Son las cinco
  128. 6 O'clock
    Son las seis
  129. 7 O'clock
    Son las siete
  130. 8 O'clock
    Son las Ocho
  131. 9 O'clock
    Son las nueve
  132. 10 O'clock
    Son las diez
  133. 11 O'clock
    Son las once
  134. 12 O'clock
    Son las doce
  135. 4:30 (time)
    • Son las cuatro y treinta
    • or
    • Son las cuatro y media (half past)
  136. 12:45 (time)
    • Son las una menos cuatro: or
    • Son las una menos quince
  137. Es el mediodi'a
    It's noon
  138. Es la medianoche
    It's midnight

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