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De Muchos Somos Uno   ~  From Many, We Are One

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Week of 11/4/2019

 

Grades 5 and 6

Review the definite article rules (masculine, feminine, singular, plural) and study all the examples covered in class. 

Quiz is on Thursday – 11/7.  Quiz will follow the format below:

English

Noun

“the”

 

Gender

M/F

Singular Article

“el/la”

 

Singular

Noun

Plural Article

“los/las”

Plural

Noun

add “s”

the table F la mesa las mesas
the book M el libro los libros
the book bag F la mochila las mochilas
the window F la ventana las ventanas
the notebook M el cuaderno los cuadernos

Grades 7 and 8

DUE ON 11/7 – Flash Card Mini Project to be handed in and graded.

Continue to study the subject pronouns in Spanish.  Review the AR verbs – Quiz on all 20 AR verbs Thursday – 11/7

cantar = to sing

hablar = to speak

llamar = to call

marchar = to walk, to march

trabajar = to work

amar = to love

ayudar = to help

entrar = to enter

nadar = to swim

esperar = to wait, to hope

bailar = to dance

cambiar = to change

dejar = to leave

expresar = to express

ganar = to win, to earn

gastar = to spend, to waste

lavar = to wash

limpiar = to clean

llevar = to take

mandar = to send

 

*****NEXT WEEK – Test on Subject Pronouns November 14th.  Test will follow format below.

I can determine the correct Spanish subject pronouns. Task – Complete in both English AND Spanish:

  • third person singular (f) _____  ______
  • first person plural (m) _____  ______
  • second person plural _____  ______
  • third person plural (f) _____  ______
  • second person singular familiar ______  ______
  • third person singular (m) ______ ______
  • first person singular ______  ______
  • second person singular formal ______ ______
  • first person plural (f) _______  _______
  • third person plural (m) _______ _______

 

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Week of 10/28/2019

Grades 5 and 6

Review the definite article rules (masculine, feminine, singular, plural) and study all the examples covered in class.  Quiz is on Wednesday – 11/6

Grades 7 and 8

Continue to study the subject pronouns in Spanish.  Review the AR verbs – Quiz on all 20 AR verbs Wednesday  11/6

FOLLOWING WEEK – Test on Subject Pronouns November 14th

 

 

15/10/2019

In Junior High we move on to conjugation of regular AR verbs in the present tense.

We have discussed infinitives, subject pronouns (both singular and plural), and verb endings.

By the end of the unit, students will be able to conjugate any regular AR Spanish verb in the present tense.

 

ENDINGS        Singular        Plural

1st person          yo-o               nosotros/nosotras –amos

2nd person        tú-as              Ustedes-an

                           Usted- a

3rd person          él/ella-a           ellos/ellas-an

 

To conjugate hablar, you would remove the infinitive ending to find the radical habl– and then add the appropriate endings:

HABLAR Singular   Plural
1st person    yo hablo   nosotros/nosotras  hablamos
2nd person

Usted

hablas

habla

  Ustedes  

hablan

 

3rd person él/ella habla   ellos/ellas hablan

 

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Common regular -ar verbs (to see the different verb tense conjugations, click on the AR verb)

amar   to love
ayudar   to help
bailar   to dance
cambiar   to change
cantar   to sing
dejar   to leave
entrar   to enter
esperar   to wait, hope
expresar   to express
ganar   to win, earn
gastar   to spend, waste
hablar   to speak
lavar   to wash
limpiar   to clean
llamar   to call
llevar   to take, to wear
mandar   to order
marchar   to walk
mirar   to watch, look
montar   to climb
nadar   to swim
olvidar   to forget
pagar   to pay
parar   to stop
preparar   to prepare
quedar   to stay
tirar   to pull, draw
tomar   to take, drink
trabajar   to work
viajar   to travel

 

         

 

 

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WELCOME  TO  SPANISH!

We begin the school year by discussing Spanish speaking countries around the world. 

WHERE ARE THE SPANISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD?

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Need some help remembering all those capitals? Here’s a great song!

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If you want to learn some interesting facts about Spanish, click on the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5EVZheVefw&t=9s

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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