Repaso Final 190


Lecciones 1 -7

You should be able to answer questions about and discuss the following themes, using the grammar and vocabulary listed below:

· Introduce yourself and others

· University life and classes

· Family members and the size of the family

· Weekend activities

· Yesterday’s activities

· Daily routine and tell time

· Vacations & shopping


You should be able to use:

  • Soy, me llamo, or mi nombre es to introduce yourself. (págs.2-5)
  • The masculine and feminine of adjectives to describe people and things (págs 12-13)
  • The verb form hay to express there is/are. (pág 14)
  • The present tense of ser to tell what something/someone is, where someone is from, what something is like, and who something belongs to (págs 16-17) *to tell time (18-19)
  • The present tense of verbs to talk about actions in the present. (págs. 38,39,42,72,73,74,75,94,96,97,98,100-101,124,128-129)
  • Questions words to from questions in Spanish. (págs 40,41)
  • The present tense of estar to tell where something/someone is at, the health and well-being of people. (págs. 42,43)
  • Form complete sentences (number and gender agreement throughout the sentence)
  • Expressions with the verb tener (pág 75)
  • Ir a + infinitive to express what is going to take place. (págs. 94-95)
  • Estar + -ando, -iendo to express actions in progress. (págs. 126-127)
  • Estar and Ser differences and uses with adjectives. (págs 128-129)
  • Direct object pronouns to express me, you, us, and them. (págs. 130-131)
  • The preterite tense to talk about and ask questions about what happened in the past. (págs. 152-153,184-185))

  • Indirect object pronouns to express whom we tell and give things to. (págs154-155)
  • Demonstrative adjectives & pronouns to express this, these, that, those, that over there. (págs. 156-57)
  • Reflexive verbs + reflexive pronouns. (págs. 180-181)
  • Indefinite and negative words. (págs 182-183)
  • The verb gustar and verbs like gustar to talk about likes and dislikes (págs 186-87)


You should be able to:

  • Use basic greetings and farewells, courtesy expressions (págs 2-3)
  • Identify classes and subjects, people and places in the university (pág 28)
  • Talk about your major in college and professions.(págs 34,39,59)
  • Use numbers to express quantity, age, years, and centuries (págs 14,150-151)
  • Talk about daily routines and hygiene, and tell where you went. (págs 170,180,184)
  • Know the days of the week to express when events occur (pág 115)
  • Know expressions of time to express when events occur (pág 18)
  • Use expressions of obligation with an infinitive to express what one needs to/has to do (págs 74-75)
  • Talk about weekend, places in the city, and leisure activities (sports). (págs 84,85,114,140)
  • Talk about the weather and the seasons. (págs 150,120)
  • Describe the members of a family and their relationship (págs 58,59,64)
  • Describe physical features and personality traits. (págs 68,124,129)
  • Describe the location of people and things.(pág 43)
  • Express ownership.(pág 70)
  • Talk about vacations and how you feel. (págs 114,124)
  • Talk about shopping, negotiate while shopping and express preferences. (págs. 140,141,146,)


You should be able to answer questions and discuss the following:

§ Greetings in the Spanish-speaking world. (págs. 10-11)

§ Higher education in the Spanish speaking world. (págs 36-37)

§ Last names in the Hispanic tradition + Family size and traditions. (págs 66-67)

§ Fútbol in Spain. (págs 92-93)

§ The Inca trail. (págs. 122-123)