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review 34 day 4

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Alison Brink

on 12 September 2016

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Transcript of review 34 day 4

Hoy es lunes el doce de septiembre
La meta
students will be able to change adjectives to match a given subject
(male, female, singular, plural)

students will recall the verb SER

students will clearly understand class procedures surounding grades and missing work
Remember this guy?
In summary...
In Spanish, adjectives must agree in gender and number with the noun they modify
Adjectives that end in -e also change in form for singular or plural. To form the plural, simply add -s
MOST Adjectives that end in a consonant do change form for singular and plural but not always for gender.
La chica popular.
El chico popular.
Las chicas populares.
Los chicos populares.
no... wait, there is more!
She is a hard worker - Ella es trabajadora.
He is a hardworker- Él es trabajador.
The maestra is short- La maestra a baja.
The maestro is short- El maestro es bajo.
Ellas son trabajadoras.
Ellos son trabajadores.
la chica inteligente
las chicas inteligentes
Adjectives that end in an -e do not changes
for masculine or feminine.
la chica inteligente
el chico inteligente
(los chicos inteligentes)
with the page in plastic on your desk
if you are stumped... ask your neighbor for clarification

when you pool you colective knowledge I know you will be able to figure it out
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