Español 1: Finish the assignment with the 3 sets for each -ir verb. IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY: I'm attaching the instructions below. This is just like a previous assignment that you did with the -er infinitives, but this time, use the new -ir infinitivos (asistir a, abrir, etc.). They are in your packet, on the same page as the -er verbs.
Español 1: If you were HERE in class: be sure to finish the first 6 sets of conjugated -er verbs (that we just started in class today). If you MISSED CLASS TODAY: We learned about how to conjugate our new -er verbs. It's almost the same endings as for the -ar verbs, but the "a" is replaced with an "e".... see the attached filled-in note sheet (fill in that page on your packet, using this note sheet). THEN: We have an assignment for JUST the -er verbs. The instructions page is also attached below (we already did something just like this, when we were learning the -ar verbs). IF YOU ARE IN ISS: Do the full assignment. IF YOU ARE COMING TO CLASS TOMORROW: Just the first six sets are due.
Español 1: Finish the attached assignment with the -er verbs. You'll end up with 13 sets. Remember to highlight or underline the infinitives, and number your sets. Bri V, if I didn't give you this, here it is . Just do the -er verbs for this assignment.
Español 1: Do up to and including #25 on the worksheet where you have to list foods and drinks in Spanish.
Bri V: I'm attaching that worksheet, below. You should just finish the whole thing, not stop at 25, since you won't be here Tuesday.
Also, Bri: In the packet, read the first page-- grammar about how to tell if a word is masculine or feminine, and how to express the and a and some in Spanish, depending on whether a word is masculine, or feminine, and singular or plural. Then: Find the pages in the packet that list foods. For all of them, figure out if they are masculine or feminine. Label with M or F. Then , use a blue highlighter (or blue pen or crayon) and circle all that are masculine; then, use a pink highlighter (or pink or red pen or crayon), and circle the ones that are feminine. NOTE: Skip the phrases about being hungry or thirsty, or the adjectives like favorite, delicious, etc. (so, only do words that have a the word in Spanish in front of them).
NOTE: If we have a snow day, the day you come back will be a C day (we can't have a B day, without having a C day).
Español 1: For all of the four pages in your packet, with food words, figure out whether they are masculine or feminine. Circle the el, la, los, or las word that tells you this, and label M or F on the page.
Español 1: Please finish the "Hora" worksheet that we started in class (ONLY up to #30).
Español 1: TEST FRIDAY (see previous posts for information; study with related Quizlet and Quia links on the moodle) . NOTE: 1st Hour will get 15 minutes more on Tuesday morning, November 13.
Crossword puzzle handed out in class (attached below, for those who were absent... if you missed class, remember: you are REQUIRED to check the homework calendar, so this will be a zero if you do not turn it in on the next class period-- that's Wednesday). (NOTE: 8 across= Está Nublado; 11 down=HaceFresco)
Link for today's Quizlet
Español 1: Test on Friday, November 9.
• -ar conjugation (know your endings! be able to produce them without any word bank ...so, you need to know when to put ..o, ...as..., ...a, ...amos, ...áis, ...an, and how to conjugate in present tense)
•- ar conjugation: Know what these terms are referring to:
• - ar conjugation: Know the meaning of all of the -ar infinitivos, if you see them in Español.
•- ar conjugation: Know the translation into English of the present tense. Example: Toca la guitarra. = He/she plays guitar / He/she is playing guitar.
• subject pronouns: Be sure you know what all of the subject pronouns mean (and be able to produce them in Spanish [yo, tú, él, ella, usted, ustedes, nosotros/as, vosotro/as, ellos/ellas]
•adverbs & weather & cuando : Know these expressions when you see them in Spanish, and where to put them in your sentence.
• Days of the week: Be able to produce the days of the week in Spanish.
• Writing the date: Be able to write out the date in the correct order--- months will be provided in Spanish.
EX: el primero de enero ; el veintidós de agosto