Unit 3 Lesson 1

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Unit 3 Lesson 1
• Vocab
• Shopping
• Preferences and opinions
• Grammar
• Irregular “yo” form verbs
• Pronouns after prepositions
Ending in “–go” in the yo form
hacer
poner
salir
traer
to make; to do
to put
to leave; to go out
to bring
yo hago
yo pongo
yo salgo
yo traigo
tu haces
tú pones
tú sales
tú traes
Stem-changing verbs ending in “-go” in yo form
decir (e
i)
venir (e
ie)
tener (e
to say; to tell
to come
to have
*yo digo
yo vengo
yo tengo
tú dices
tú vienes
tú tienes
ie)
Irregular “yo” forms
conocer
dar
saber
ver
to know; to meet
to give
to know
to see
yo conozco
yo doy
yo sé
yo veo
tú conoces
tú das
tú sabes
tú ves
Pronouns after Prepositions
mí
nosotros (as)
ti
él / ella / usted
ellos / ellas / ustedes
Unit 3 Lesson 2
• Vocab
• Market place
• Expressions of courtesy
• Grammar
• Irregular preterite verbs
• “-ir” preterite stem changing verbs
Irregular preterite verbs
Verb
Stem
estar
estuv-
poder
pud-
poner
pus-
saber
sup-
tener
-tuv
-e
-imos
-iste
-o
-ieron
e–i
Pedir – to ask for / to order
pedí
pedimos
pediste
pidió
pidieron
Other e – i stem-changing
preferir
to prefer
servir
to serve
vestirse
to get dressed
competir
to compete
seguir
to follow
o–u
Dormir– to sleep
dormí
dormimos
dormiste
durmió
durmieron
Unit 4 Lesson 1
• Vocab
• Legend/Stories/Fairytales
• Grammar
• Imperfect tense
• Preterite vs. imperfect
Imperfecto
-aba
-ábamos
-abas
-aba
-ía
-íamos
-ías
-aban
-ía
-ían
Imperfect vs. Preterite
Imperfecto
• Past actions
• No specific beginning or end
• Ongoing past action
Pretérito
• Past actions
• Event has a beginning and end
When using both in same sentence:
Talking about overlapping events.
• Pretérito – talk about the event that occurred
• an instant
• Definite beginning and definite end
• Imperfecto – talk about what was going on at
the time of event
• Descriptions
• Setting the scene
• Ongoing events
Unit 4 Lesson 2
• Vocab
• Ancient and modern civilizations
• Grammar
• Preterite of “-car” “-gar” “-zar”
• More irregular preterite verbs
• Preterite of –car, -zar, -gar verbs:
• -car:
• buscar = yo busqué
• c - qu
• -zar:
• almorzar = yo almorcé
•z - c
• -gar:
• jugar = yo jugué
• g - gu
More irregular preterite verbs
Verb
Stem
venir
vin-
querer
quis-
decir
dij-
-e
-imos
traer
traj-
-iste
-o
-eron
-e
-imos
-iste
-o -ieron
Unit 5 Lesson 1
• Vocab
• Food
• Ingredients
• Food preparation
• Grammar
• Usted/Ustedes Commands
• Pronouns with commands
Usted & Ustedes Commands
• Put verbs in yo form and change ending to:
-ar verbs
-er, -ir verbs
Infinitive
Present Tense
Usted
Ustedes
probar (ue)
yo pruebo
pruebe
prueben
comer
yo como
coma
coman
añadir
yo añado
añada
añadan
• To make a negative command, add “no” beforehand
• Coma la pizza
• No coma la pizza
Pronombres con los madatos
Affirmative
• Attach object pronouns to end
of verb
• Llévenos al supermercado.
• Pónganlas en la mesa.
• Words w/ 2 syllables or more:
• Add accent mark to stressed
vowel
Negative
• Place object pronouns between
“No” and the verb.
• No le venda esta camisa.
• No lo prueben.
Unit 5 Lesson 2
• Vocab
• Restaurant conversation
• Dishes
• Setting the table
• Grammar
• Affirmative and Negative Words
• Double Object Pronouns
• Affirmative and Negative words:
algo
something
nada
nothing
alguien
someone
nadie
no one,
nobody
algún/alguno(a)
some, any
ningún/ninguno(a) none, not
any
o…o
either…or
ni…ni
neither…nor
siempre
always
nunca
never
también
also
tampoco
neither, not
either
Using direct & indirect object pronouns
• They both appear BEFORE conjugated verb
• INDIRECT object pronoun comes FIRST!
Mi hermana compró un vestido bonito para mí.
Mi hermana ____ compró un vestido bonito.
Mi hermana me ____ compró.
After verbs
• When using 2 verbs & when using present progressive (-ndo)
• You can put pronouns before or after infinitive
• Same order!
• Me los va a vender.
Va a vendérmelos.
• Me los estás vendiendo.
Estás vendiéndomelos.
Notice the accents.