Realidades 2 Para Empezar

E-book Student home page to review all material for each chapter, includes songs, puzzles and more.. check it out at:
http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.gotoWebCode&wcprefix=jdk&wcsuffix=0001
 
 

CHAPTER VOCABULARY UNIT PE:  Part 1  (click on link to view & print list

***** Review conversation topics from level 1: Beginner Spanish Conversation phrases

 
Gustar, encantar, interesar 
Sentence structure of the verb Gustar (to like/to please) and other verbs with similar sentence structure.

 
 
 
Present tense verbs
I like the following web-pages as good resource of practice & review level 1 material.  Have fun.
 
Conjugation review drills go to:
Conjuguemos.com   (www.tinyurl.com/conjuguemos1)
 
 
 
Hay que, Tener que, deber
Tener Expressing obligations
 
 
CPS of interrogative words.

The interrogatives Notes: 

written by Rodney Grantham

The interrogatives in Spanish, much like English, each seek a particular type of information.  If you know what each interrogative seeks then you can easily figure out which one to use based on the answer that is given in the response.   Although, many verbs are used with interrogatives, some interrogatives are used more with certain verbs.
¿Adónde? = seeks destination.  This interrogative is usually used with the verb “ir = to go” in Spanish.
¿De dónde? = seeks origin.  This interrogative is used many times with the verbs “venir = to come” or “ser”
¿Dónde? = seeks current location.   This interrogative is used many times with the verb “estar”
¿Cuándo? = seeks time.   This interrogative is used many times with the verb “ser”
¿Cómo? = seeks a means or a state of being.
¿Por qué? = seeks reason.
¿Quién (es)? = seeks identity.   It has a singular and plural form in Spanish.

¿Quién es ella?  Se llama María

¿Quiénes son ellos?   Ellos se llaman María y José.

¿Cuánto (a)? =  Seeks an amount or a price
        ¿Cuanto vale el sofa?   Vale $200.00?
¿Cuántos (as) = seeks quantity.
        ¿Cuantos libros hay?  Hay 30.
Please see my notes on ¿Qué ? vs. ¿Cuál? for and explanation of these two interrogatives.

¿Que? vs ¿Cual?


When qué is followed by the verb ser then the question seeks the definition of something.
¿Que es una panadería? –  What is a bread store?
Es una tienda donde se hace pan. – It is a store where bread is made.
When cuál is followed by the verb ser then the question seeks information not definition.
¿Cuál es tu dirección? – What is your address?
Es 120 Pedro Esteve, Denia España. – It is 120 Pedro Esteve, Denia Spain.
When qué is followed directly by a noun then the question gives an unlimited choice.
¿Qué fruta prefieres? – What fruit do you prefer?
Prefiero un mango.  – I prefer a mango.
When Cuál is followed directly by a noun then the question gives a limited choice.  This is when cuál takes on its true meaning of which in English.
¿Cuál fruta prefieres la manzana o la naranja? – Which fruit would you prefer the apple or the
orange?  
 
 
¿Cómo eres?  Practice Level 1 Journal entry to describe yourself & others
You need to be able to describe someone using the verb llamarse, llevar, ser y tener.  

Students should remember sentence order, conjugation and adjective matching noun.

2. ¿Cómo eres tú?

Describing people/adjectives

Explicacion1

Explicación2

Fotos de los adjetivos

Concentración y tarjetas de práctica

Prueba de práctica1

Prueba de práctica2

Escribir en forma plural

The verb Ser

Explicación

Columnas

Nationalities

Explicación

Columnas

Ahoracado

Llenar el espacio

Nacionalidades ¡Verfiquemos!

Asking for information

2. ¿Qué haces?

Seasons of the year

Leisure Activities

Concentración y tarjetas de práctica

Regular –ar, -er, -ir verbs

Explicación

Conjugaciones-ir

Conjugaciones-er, -ir

Prueba de práctica

Question words

Concentración y tarjetas de práctica

Emparejar

Escoger la palabra correcta1

Escoger la palabra correcta2

Escuchar y escoger la respuesta correcta

Preguntas y respuestas

Llenar con la palabra correcta

Places/Times

Adverbs/adjectives

Concentración y tarjetas de práctica

Repaso del capítulo

Capítulo PE 
• Talk about yourself and your friends

• Listen and read about what people are like and the things they do

• Use adjectives to describe people
• Talk about nationalities and where you and other people are from

Second Year SpanishSecond Year Spanish students use the Realidades 2 textbook.

Realidades 2 Click on the picture to get to the online resources!

Para empezar study/review:

Question words: http://www.purposegames.com/game/interrogatives-spanish–quiz/info

Question words: http://www.sporcle.com/games/tazzetty/spanishwords

Verbs: http://www.purposegames.com/game/common-spanish-verbs-1-quiz/info

Verbs: http://www.purposegames.com/game/basic-spanish-verbs-1-quiz/info

Ser http://www.sporcle.com/games/tobespanish.php

Cognates: http://www.sporcle.com/games/Rrivers2187/common_english_spanish_cognate

https://quizlet.com/1081992/realidades-2-para-empezar-flash-cards/

ser/nationalities/review
Vosotros, Vosotros – plural of tú in Spain only
Subject Pronouns in Spanish - Cartoon Chart
Tipos de amigos
 
adjectives
List of nationalities
Vocabulary list
Subject Pronouns and verb review
adjective agreement review
Nationalities  ppt
http://quizlet.com/26113217/spanish-world-nationalitites-flash-cards/
http://quizlet.com/7358318/nationalitites-flash-cards/
http://www.quia.com/jg/824728.html
http://www.quia.com/ba/70002.html
 http://www.spanish.cl/Vocabulary/Games/Nacionalidades.htm
http://www.spanishlearninglab.com/countries-nationalities-in-spanish/
Spanish 2: Para empezar- Link to practice for all types of irregulars
 http://personal.colby.edu/~bknelson/SLC/present_tense.php
Spanish 2: Para Empezar- Stem changers and yo verbs challenge game
 https://www.quia.com/cb/139169.html
Spanish 2: Para Empezar- what do the verbs mean?
 http://www.sporcle.com/games/vic3233/verbosconcambioradical
Spanish 2: Para Empezar (Verb conjugations)
 http://www.spaleon.com/pres.php?ids=3,6,9,11,18,24,53,42,46,50
Spanish 2: Para Empezar (The Alphabet)
 http://www.spanishspanish.com/alfabeto_ipower.html
Spanish 2: Para Empezar (The verb ser)
 https://www.quia.com/quiz/407726.html
Spanish 2: Para Empezar- Irregular Yo forms
 https://www.quia.com/jg/231865.html
Spanish 2: Para Empezar- Irregular yo verbs #2
 https://www.quia.com/jg/1528947.html
Spanish 2: Para Empezar- Stem changer practice quiz
 https://www.quia.com/quiz/227032.html
Spanish 2: Para Empezar- stem changing translating

https://www.quia.com/quiz/384211.html

COUNTRY
COUNTRY
LANGUAGE
NATIONALITY
MASCULINE
FEMININE
ENGLISH
SPANISH
SPANISH
ENGLISH
1 boy(>1)
1 girl >1
Argentina
Argentina
español
Argentinian
argentino(s)
argentina(s)
Bolivia
Bolivia
español
Bolivian
boliviano(s)
boliviana(s)
Costa Rica
Costa Rica
español
Costa Rican
costarriqueño(s)
costarricense(s)
costarriqueña(s)
costarricense(s)
Cuba
Cuba
español
Cuban
cubano(s)
cubana(s)
Dominican
Repúblic
la República
Dominicana
español
Dominican
dominicano(s)
dominicana(s)
Ecuador
Ecuador
español
Ecuadoran
ecuatoriano(s)
ecuatoriana(s)
El Salvador
El Salvador
español
El Salvadoran
salvadoreño(s)
salvadoreña(s)
Ecuatorial Guinea
Guinea Ecuatorial
español
Equatorial Guineans
ecuatoguineano(s)
ecuatoguineana(s)
Guatemala
Guatemala
español
Guatemalan
guatemalteco(s)
guatemalteca(s)
Honduras
Honduras
español
Honduran
hondureño(s)
hondureña(s)
Mexico
Mexico
español
Mexican
mexicano(s)
mexicana(s)
Nicaragua
Nicaragua
español
Nicaraguan
nicaragüense(s)
nicaragüense(s)
Panama
Panama
español
Panamanian
panameño(s)
panameña(s)
Paraguay
Paraguay
español
Paraguayan
paraguayo(s)
paraguaya(s)
Perú
el Perú
español
Peruvian
peruano(s)
peruana(s)
Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
español
Puerto Rican
puertorriqueño(s)
puertorriqueña(s)
Spain
España
español
Spanish
español(es)
española(s)
Uruguay
Uruguay
español
Uruguayan
uruguayo(s)
uruguaya(s)
Venezuela
Venezuela
español
Venezuelan
venezolano(s)
venezolana(s)

1.1 - El verbo

Interrogativos en Español - Question words in Spanish, Grammar Notes by Woodward Spanish

How to ask questions in Spanish #learnspanish #espanol http://www.uniquelanguages.com/#/spanish-courses/4578955779

Mi Palabra Del Dia:  Palabras de Preguntas  Question Words Who, what, where, when , why and how?  ¿Quién, Qué, Dónde, Cuándo, Por qué y Cómo?

Can anyone recommend a decent resource for teaching myself Spanish?

Palabras interogativas


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