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SPANISH 1
First Semester Review
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Grammar
The infinitive in English is expressed by writing the word before a
verb. In Spanish the infinitive is expressed by the verb endings , and In order to say that something doesn't happen in Spanish, use the word
before the verb.
Use the word to agree with someone who likes
something. Use the word to agree with someone
who dislikes something.
If you do not like either of two choices, use the word Grammar
Most masculine adjectives
Most feminine adjectives end with the letter
end with the letter Adjectives that can be either masculine or feminine may end with the letters
(as in the word
(as in the word
) or the letter The two singular definite articles are The two singular indefinite articles are and and In Spanish, adjectives come (before/after) the nouns they describe.
OGrammar
1. The following are subject pronouns in Spanish: 2,. Use to address someone formally. Use to address someone informally.
3. The -ar verb endings are'
Now conjugate the verb hablax-. 1
Grammar
1 . The forms of estar are-
are the singular definite articles in
and
2. Spanish. Their plurals are and 3. The singular indefinite articles are Spanish. Their plurals are and and Grammar
. The -er verb endings are: - Now conjugate the verb beber:
The -ir verb endings are: - Now conjugate the verb compartir:
To use me gusta and me encanta to talk about plural nouns, you add the letter
to the end of the verb.
Grammar
when describing one person or thing, and
Adjectives are when describing more than one person or thing.
if the last letter is a vowel
To make an adjective plural, add and if the last letter is a consonant.
3. The forms of ser are: Grammar
. The forms of the verb ir are 2. A. In order to get information in English, we use the words who, what, where, when,
why, and how. In Spanish these words are y
B. When asking a question in Spanish, the verb comes the subject.
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