The Flip Chart de Español

Aleta Cotter, Alicia Goforth, Lea Brown

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The present tense verb endings are all very similar. -o always means yo, -as or -es always means tu, -a or -e are the el/ella/usted endings, emos, imos, or amos is the nosotros form, and an or en are the ellos/ellas/ustedes endings.


Irregular present tense verbs are more tricky. You have to memorize the specific verbs that are irregular. Irregular verbs aren't conjugated like normal ones. For example, saber and conocer (to know) have different conjugations. To say "I know my best friend Sarah" it would translate to "Yo conozco mi amiga mejor Sarah." The "z" is randomly thrown in there. To say "I know of Sarah" it would be "Yo sé de Sarah." Usually the yo form would have an O at the end but sometimes with irregular verbs the endings aren't the same. Some examples of irregular present tense yo form verbs would be: Caigo (Caer), Digo (Decir- I say), doy (Dar- I give), hago (Hacer- I do), oigo (Oír- I hear), pongo (Poner- I put), quepo (Caber- I fit), salgo (Salir- I leave), tengo (Tener- I have), traigo (Traer- I bring), vengo (Venir- I come), and veo (Ver- I see). In the nosotros you don't conjugate. I gave the yo forms and in the pictures below would be all the other present tense conjugations. Estar and ser would be examples of irregular verbs. Yo estoy, tú estás, el estás, estamos, están. Yo soy, tú eres, el es, ellos son.


Stem changing verbs have beginnings that change. There's e to ie, o to ue, e to i, i to ie, and u to ue. You have to specifically memorize these. For example, pedir (to ask for) is a e to i stem changing very. To say "I ask for" it would be "Yo pido." Stem changing verbs and irregular verb's nosotros form never changes though. To stem change, you stem change the beginning, take off the er, or, or ar and then conjugate normally just like the present tense. Nosotros stays the same.


Reflexive verbs are verbs used to show that you're doing the action to yourself. They're conjugated the same unless they're irregular. "I shower myself" would be "Me ducho." There will always be me, te, se, or nos at the beginning. The nosotros form stays the same.


Verbs like gustar have the direct object determining the ending of the verb and whoever is talking about determines if you use me, te, se or nos. For example, to say "We like the book" you would say, "Nos gusta el libro." The book is singular so gusta is conjugated to be singular. To say, "I like the books" you would say, "Me gustan los libros." There are multiple books so you conjugate gustar to be talking about multiple. Other verbs like gustar would be molestar, interesar, and encantar.

Vocabulario de la Clase y Actividades Extracurriculares

1. La silla (The chair)- "La profesora se sentó en la silla."

2. La pizarra (The blackboard)- "Escribe en la pizarra con el marcador."

3. La puerta (The door)- "El estudiante reposa debajo de la puerta."

4. La bandera (The flag)- "La bandera de los estados unidos está en la pared."

5. El reloj (The clock)- "El reloj dice son las ocho en la mañana."

6. La ventana (The window)- " La ventana está al lado del escritorio."

7. La pantalla (The screen)- "La pantalla mostra el calendario para el mes."

8. La computadora (The computer)- "Uso la computadora hacer mi terea."

9. El mapa (The map)- "Tejas está en el mapa."

10. La mochila (The backpack)- "Los marcadores están el mochila."

Community Places

Ir de Compras

Mi madre y yo vamos de compras en la semana.

Numeros

Uno 1

Dos 2

Tres 3

Cuatro 4

Cinco 5

Seis 6

Siete 7

Ocho 8

Nueve 9

Diez 10

Once 11

Doce 12

Trece 13

Catorce 14

Quince 15

Dieciséis 16

Diecisiete 17

Dieciocho 18

Diecinueve 19

Veinte 20

Treinta 30

Cuarenta 40

Cincuenta 50

Sesenta 60

Setenta 70

Ochenta 80

Noventa 90

Cien 100

Los Meses (The Months)

enero- January

febrero- February

marzo- March

abril- April

mayo- May

junio- June

julio- July

agosto- August

septiembre- September

octubre- October

noviembre- November

diciembre- December

Las estaciones del año

La Primavera

En la primavera hay es muchas plantas.
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Difference Between "Que hora es" and "a que hora" & Telling Time

"Que hora es" and "A que hora"


  • ¿A qué hora es....?: Esta pregunta se usa cuando se pregunta a una persona a qué hora empieza un evento. Por ejemplo, ¿A qué hora el juego de fútbol?
  • ¿Qué hora es?: Cuando quieres saber el tiempo ahora.


Telling Time


  • El verbo 'ser' es usado para decir la hora del día. Use 'es' diciendo "la una" y use al hijo diciendo todas otras horas.

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