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  1. Lesson Number One
    Lección Número Uno
  2. Words that end in “or” are often the same in English and Spanish. True or false?
    true
  3. Spanish words that end in “or" are stressed on the first syllable. True or false?
    False, they are stressed on the last syllable.
  4. el
    the
  5. un
    a or an
  6. el actor
    the actor
  7. el color
    the color
  8. el error
    the error
  9. el doctor
    the doctor
  10. el conductor
    the conductor
  11. el favor
    the favor
  12. un tractor
    a tractor
  13. un profesor
    a professor
  14. un inventor
    an inventor
  15. interior (esp)
    interior
  16. exterior (esp)
    exterior
  17. superior (esp)
    superior
  18. Words that end in “al” are often the same in English and Spanish. True or false?
    true
  19. Spanish words that end in “al” are stressed on the last syllable. True or false?
    true
  20. el animal
    the animal
  21. el criminal
    the criminal
  22. el canal
    the canal
  23. central (esp)
    central
  24. comercial
    commercial
  25. legal (esp)
    legal
  26. local (esp)
    local
  27. musical (esp)
    musical
  28. natural (esp)
    natural
  29. personal (esp)
    personal
  30. rural (esp)
    rural
  31. social (esp)
    social
  32. Words that end in “ble” are rarely identical in English and Spanish. True or false?
    False, they are often identical.
  33. Words that end in “ble" are stressed on the last syllable. True or false?
    False, they are stressed on the next to last syllable.
  34. el cable
    the cable
  35. notable (esp)
    notable
  36. terrible (esp)
    terrible
  37. posible
    possible
  38. flexible (esp)
    flexible
  39. visible (esp)
    visible
  40. formidable (esp)
    formidable
  41. probable (esp)
    probable
  42. honorable (esp)
    honorable
  43. noble (esp)
    noble
  44. horrible (esp)
    horrible
  45. inevitable (esp)
    inevitable
  46. How can you change English words ending in “ic” to Spanish?
    Add the letter o.
  47. Do accents alter the sounds of letters?
    No, they indicate the area of stress.
  48. el Atlántico
    the Atlantic
  49. el público
    the public
  50. romántico
    romantic
  51. democrático
    democratic
  52. artistico
    artistic
  53. aristocrático
    aristocratic
  54. elástico
    elastic
  55. eléctrico
    electric
  56. automático
    automatic
  57. Many English words that end in “ent” or “ant” can be made Spanish words by adding ___?
    the letter “e”
  58. Words ending in “ente" or “ante" are accented where?
    on the next to last syllable
  59. el presidente
    the president
  60. el accidente
    the accident
  61. el cliente
    the client
  62. excelente
    excellent
  63. importante
    important
  64. diferente
    different
  65. conveniente
    convenient
  66. el elefante
    the elephant
  67. inteligente
    intelligent
  68. es
    is
  69. no es
    isn’t
  70. El actor es popular.
    The actor is popular.
  71. El tenor es romántico.
    The tenor is romantic.
  72. El presidente es diplomático.
    The president is diplomatic.
  73. El actor no es un animal.
    The actor isn’t an animal.
  74. El elefante es un animal.
    The elephant is an animal.
  75. El conductor no es insolente.
    The conductor isn’t insolent.
  76. El doctor es inteligente.
    The doctor is intelligent.
  77. El canal es importante.
    The canal is important.
  78. El restaurante es excelente.
    The restaurant is excellent.
  79. El criminal es terrible.
    The criminal is terrible.
  80. El cliente es importante.
    The client is important.
  81. El elefante es fantastico.
    The elephant is fantastic.
  82. El cable es urgente.
    The cable is urgent.
  83. El hotel es excelente.
    The hotel is excellent.
  84. To make a sentence such as “El doctor es inteligente.” into a written question, you begin with ¿ and end with ?. How would you make it into a spoken question?
    You move the adjective to the beginning of the sentence. “¿Es inteligente, el doctor?”
  85. curioso
    curious
  86. ay no
    oh no
  87. el mono
    the monkey
  88. el estudiante
    the student
  89. en mi opinión
    in my opinion
  90. yes
  91. no (esp)
    no
  92. In Spanish, what does the English “ph” become?
    f (elephant = elefante
  93. The English “th” becomes “t” in Spanish. True or false?
    True (cathedral = catedral, author = autor)
  94. All doubled letters in English (ss, ll, rr, tt) are also doubled in Spanish. True or false?
    False, only the ll and rr are doubled in Spanish. All other doubled English letters become single letters in Spanish. (apparent = aparente, annual = anual.
  95. A double c in Spanish is pronounced with both a hard “c” and a soft “c”. True or false?
    True, corrección = correk - sión.
  96. In Spanish “tion” always becomes “ción”. True or false?
    True (convention = convención)
  97. Reminder Card - 1. OR (identical) - el doctor, el actor
  98. Reminder Card - 2. AL (identical) - el animal, personal
  99. Reminder Card - 3. BLE (identical) - el cable, probable
  100. Reminder Card - 4. IC = ICO - el Atlántico, eléctrico
  101. Reminder Card - 5. ENT = ENTE/ANT = ANTE - el presidente, excelente, el restaurante, importante

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