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Saber y Conocer

Español project comparing and contrasting the verbs Saber and Conocer. We will use real life examples of each of the verbs, along with pictures of group members to go along with our examples of verb usage.
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Jake Wilbur

on 27 September 2012

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Saber y Conocer Saber Conocer Uses Saber + noun Saber + infinitive Saber + clause ¿Sabe alguien las preguntas del examen en la clase de Español? Sé donde estoy. No se montar la bicicleta. Definition "To know someone" or "To be familiar with a place" and is used to state: When we know/When we have met someone When we have been somewhere When we are familiar with a place, thing, or concept Yo- Sé

Tú- Sabes

Él- Sabe Nosotros- Sabemos

Vosotros- Sabéis

Ellos- Saben "To know a fact, information, data, to know how to do a skill" Yo- Conozco

Tú- Conoces

Él- Conoce Nosotros- Conocemos

Vosotros- Conocéis

Ellos- Conocen "To be familiar with" Jake Wilbur
John Cho
Tiffaney Taveras
Bhume Patel Jacob conoce a la cuidad de Singapore No conozco a María. Comparison: Bhume y Tiffaney conocen las Bahamas. John conoce a la cultura espanola Jacob conoce donde puede escalar Bhume sabe cómo escalar. QUIZ Objective: Chose the word that best fits in the blank. 1. Tú _____ los días de la semana en español. a. Conoce
b. Sabe
c. Sabes 2. Mi hermano no ____ nadar. a. Sabe
b. Conoce
c. Sabemos 3. _________ a muchos artistas mexicanos. a. Sabemos
b. Conocemos
c. Conocer 4. ¿Uds. _____ su número de teléfono? a. Sabe
b. Conocen
c. Saben 5. José ______ un restaurante nuevo... a. Conoce
b. Conocer
c. Sabes 6. ¿Tú _______ a la hermana de Pablo? a. Sabéis
b. Conoce
c. Conoces El fin. Cannot be followed by an infinitive http://www.123teachme.com/learn_spanish/grammar_verb_conocer

Erichsen, Gerald. "Two Verbs for 'To Know': 'Saber' and 'Conocer' - Learn Spanish Language." Spanish Language: Learn Spanish grammar, vocabulary and culture. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Sept. 2012. <http://spanish.about.com/cs/vocabulary/

Lawless, Laura K.. "Saber vs Conocer - Spanish Verbs To Know - e Learn Spanish Language." Learn Spanish - e Learn Spanish Language. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Sept. 2012. <http://www.elearnspanishlanguage.com/

"Saber & Conocer - Spanish Verbs." Learn a language online with Rocket Languages. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Sept. 2012. <http://www.rocketlanguages.com/spanish/resources/saber_conocer.php>. Bibliography
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