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lobo day 1
Transcript of lobo day 1
recognize and use the new vocabulary in context
listen and produce the correct sounds for the vowel A in Spanish
be able to choose the correct form of the word THE in Spanish with increasing accuracy
Spanish is the 2nd most spoken language in the
It is spoken by over 450 million people worldwide.
write the following story in your notes (apuntes)
Hay una familia. La familia es un poco rara. En la familia hay un papá, un muchacho y un lobo. El lobo come mucho. El papá está enojado. ¡Está muy enojado! El lobo está triste porque el papá está enojado. El lobo llora mucho.
The idea that nouns have gender seems perfectly natural when the noun stands for a living creature. This is because in English, living creatures often have different names, depending upon whether they are male or female.
practice writing the correct word for THE for the following plural nouns
Plural nouns and definite articles
When a noun ends in
it is usually a feminine plural noun
1. _____ muchachas
2. _____ chicos
3. _____ libros
4. _____ cuadernos
5. _____ manzanas
7. _____ girafas
8. _____ vasos
9. _____ mesas
write the following in your notes
We have practiced using EL and LA with singular nouns in previous classes
Now it is time for plural nouns
Hoy es lunes el diecinueve de septiembre
write the following in your apuntes (notes)
el papá está enojado- the dad is mad
la familia- the family
el lobo- the wolf
está triste- he/she is sad
One cannot predict the gender of a noun that stands for a non-living thing. Try to predict whether the Spanish words for the following things are masculine or feminine:
Masculine or feminine?
One cannot predict the gender of a noun, except in the case of living creatures. Do not try to analyze the nature of the object, looking for some inherent masculinity or femininity. It won't work!
When a noun ends in
it is usually a masculine plural noun.
ex. Los gatos
In Spanish you use LAS to mean THE in feminine plural nouns.
ex. Las muchachas
Las hojas de papel