Spanish1 Test14 linked verbs future perifrástico

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  1. una vocal
    a vowel
  2. una sílaba
    a syllable
  3. which are the 3 strong vowels?
    a e o
  4. which are the 2 weak vowels?
    i u
  5. how many syllables in the word “Republica”?
    4
  6. how many syllables in the word “anaranjado”?
    5
  7. how many syllables in the Spanish word “come”?
    2
  8. which words are “circle words”? –words that end in _______
    n, s, vocal
  9. which words are “triangle words”? –words that end in _______
    consonante (except n, s)
  10. What is a “diptongo”?
    two vowels that combine together
  11. If a word is a circle word and has the stress on the next to the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    no
  12. If a word is a circle word and has the stress on the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    yes
  13. If a word is a triangle word and has the stress on the next to the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    yes
  14. If a word is a triangle word and has the stress on the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    no
  15. If a word is either a circle or a triangle word and has the stress on the third to the last syllable, does it need an accent?
    yes
  16. él and el, sí and si, tú and tu - Why does one have an accent and the other no?
    To distinguish between the two
  17. él and el, sí and si, tú and tu – Does the accent affect the pronunciation?
    No, it’s just to distinguish between the two
  18. If “que, cuando, quien”, etc. are used in a question, do they have an accent?
    yes
  19. deber
    should
  20. debo
    I should
  21. debes
    you should
  22. debe
    he/she should
  23. debemos
    we should
  24. deben
    they/y’all should
  25. yo debo estudiar
    I should study
  26. debes comer
    you should eat
  27. ustedes deben escuchar
    y’all should listen
  28. no debes olvidar
    you shouldn’t forget
  29. debemos recordar
    we should remember
  30. odiar
    to hate
  31. odio tomar apuntes
    I hate to take notes
  32. ¿odias hacer la tarea?
    do you hate to do homework?
  33. olvidar
    to forget
  34. no quiero olvidar
    I don’t want to forget
  35. no quiero olvidar hacer la tarea
    I don’t want to forget to do the homework
  36. a veces yo olvido comer
    sometimes I forget to eat
  37. nunca olvido dormir
    I never forget to sleep
  38. recordar
    to remember
  39. recuerdo
    I remember
  40. recuerdas
    you remember
  41. recuerda
    he/she remembers
  42. recordamos
    we remember
  43. recuerdan
    they/y’all remember
  44. ¿Qué odias hacer?
    What do you hate to do?
  45. ¿Qué debo hacer?
    What should I do?
  46. Quiero poder recordar hacer la tarea
    I want to be able to do the homework
  47. Voy a comer
    I’m going to eat
  48. Vas a comer
    you’re going to eat
  49. Va a comer
    he/she’s going to eat
  50. Vamos a comer
    we’re going to eat
  51. Van a comer
    they/y’all are going to eat
  52. Vamos a tomar apuntes
    We’re going to take notes
  53. Voy a olvidar
    I’m going to forget
  54. Nunca vas a olvidar
    You’re never going to forget
  55. ¿Vas a acampar este verano?
    Are you going to camp (go camping) this summer?
  56. comprar
    to buy
  57. compro
    I buy
  58. ¿Qué vas a comprar?
    What are you going to buy?
  59. salir
    to leave
  60. salgo
    I leave
  61. sales
    you leave
  62. sale
    he/she leaves
  63. salimos
    we leave
  64. salen
    they/y’all leave
  65. vamos a salir en dos horas
    we’re going to leave in two hours
  66. Voy a salir de GV
    I’m going to leave GV
  67. morir
    to die
  68. muero
    I die
  69. morimos
    we die
  70. mueres
    you die
  71. mueren
    they/y’all die
  72. muere
    he/she dies
  73. no quiero morir
    I don’t want to die
  74. voy a tener hijos antes de morir
    I’m going to have kids before dying
  75. no quiero morir antes de graduarme
    I don’t want to die before graduating
  76. tener hijos
    to have kids
  77. Voy a casarme
    I’m going to get married
  78. graduarme
    to graduate (myself)
  79. dejar de
    to leave/stop
  80. Voy a dejar de trabajar
    I’m going to stop working
  81. ¿Cuándo vas a dejar de hablar?
    when are you going to stop talking?
  82. ¿Cuándo vas a casarte?
    When are you going to get married?
  83. antes de
    before
  84. después de
    after
  85. no voy a dejar de aprender
    I’m not going to stop learning
  86. Nunca debes dejar de aprender
    You should never stop learning
  87. voy a tener hijos después de casarme
    I’m going to have kids after getting married
  88. en cinco años
    in 5 years
  89. voy a casarme en cinco años
    I’m going to get married in 5 years
  90. voy a dormir después de comer
    I’m going to sleep after eating
  91. ¿Quién va a trabajar este verano?
    Who is going to work this summer?
  92. Nadie va a tomar apuntes este lunes
    No one is going to take notes this Mon.
  93. Hay alguien que quiere comer?
    Is there anyone that wants to eat?
  94. When the direct object is a person, you use the…
    “a” personal
  95. alguien
    someone
  96. nadie
    no one
  97. pintar
    to paint
  98. levantar
    to lift / raise
  99. llamar
    to call
  100. This part of speech receives the action of the verb and answers the question, “who?” or “what?”
    Direct Object
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