Chapter 1A - grammar
Last Modified: 2011-09-26
Related Textbooks:Realidades: Level 1
gender can never be changed......(masculine is always masculine!)
Tú is for informal, used toward someone younger, or to someone my age, family member, a friend.
Ud. is formal, used toward authority( boss, teacher, etc), an older stranger (somebody I don't know)
in Spanish, it's el (Masc. sing.), la (fem. sing.), los (masc. plural), las (fem. plural)
in Spanish......hablar, estudiar, dibujar, correr (to run), vivir (to live)....etc
verbs are recognized by their endings...... -ar, -er, -ir verbs are the basic Spanish verbs.
ex: guitarra, patio, rodeo, popular, computadora, plaza.....
ex: me gusta (I like)..........no me gusta (I don't like)
when I disagree......I say "a mí tampoco"
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