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Spanish 101

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Transcript of Spanish 101

1. What is ñ, Ñ ?
4. Expresiones - Expressions
5. Verbos - Verbs
Ser Estar
Eventos y Cultura - Events and culture
FIN
Espa
Ñ
ol-Spanish
101

3. CONSONANTES - CONSONANTS
H

B=V

J

C=K

C=Z

R
RR
LL=Y

Q=K

Z

G

G=J

CH
is Mute, Silent
Stronger 'H'
Before a,o,u
LETTER



SYMBOL



SOUND

Only used in Spanish and some of its sub-languages
SPAIN =
SPANISH =
ESPA
Ñ
A
ESPA
Ñ
OL
International Phonetic Alphabet: /ˈeɲe/ "énye"
Spoken in
25
countries
500M
speakers
2nd
most widely spoken language in terms of
native speakers
.
2. VOCALES - VOWELS
A

E

I

O

U
C
A
S
A
(HOUSE)
- M
A
R
(SEA)

V
E
R
(TO SEE)
- B
E
B
E
R
(TO DRINK)
V
I
V
I
R
(TO LIVE)
-
I
ND
I
A
O
J
O
(EYE)
- H
O
Y
O
(HOLE)
U
VAS
(GRAPES)
-
U
ÑA
(NAIL)
Before e,i
Before e,i
H
ola (hello)
H
ielo
(ice)
B
e
b
er -
V
er

Ale
j
andro@ubs.org.in
C
osa
(thing
)
C
ubo
(cube)
sounds like 'J'
in English
Soft or Strong
Always strong
R
a
r
o

at the beggining of the word...
strong
at the middle of the word........
soft
after 'n' 'l' and 's' .....................
strong
C
erveza
(beer)
Before a,o,u
only before ue, ui
Co
ch
e
(car)
G
irasol
(sunflower)
G
ato
(cat)
G
ordo
(fat)
Z
oo
[θ] Sound
Ll
over
(to rain)
A
y
er
(yesterday)
Same sound.
Like 'B' in English
¿
Q
ué?
(What)

¿
Q
uién?
(Who)
Rafael Nadal (Jugador de tenis)
Andrés Iniesta (Jugador de fútbol)
Muy bien gracias,
¿y tú?
Bien
gracias
¿Diga?
¿Dígame?
¿Sí?
Enrique Iglesias (Bailando)
Saludos - Greetings
Al teléfono - On the phone
Presentación - Self-Introduction
Rey de España - King of Spain
Hola, soy
Felipe VI
¿Cómo te llamas?
What's your name?
Hello, I'm Felipe VI
Encantada de conocerte Felipe
Yo me llamo Shakira
Nice to meet you Felipe
My name is Shakira
Cantante de Colombia (Singer from Colombia)
Very good thanks
and you?
Fine thanks
Hola
¿Cómo estás?
Hello, How are you?
Iker Casillas (Football player)
Populares - Popular
Antonio Banderas (Actor español)
Mariano Rajoy (Presidente de España)
¡VAMOS!
Come on!
Adiós
Bye Bye
¡Bienvenido!
Welcome!
Papa Francisco (Pope Francis)
¡Bien hecho!
Well Done
¿Dónde está el baño?
Where is the toilet?
No lo sé
I don't know
Penélope Cruz ( Actriz española) with Jack Sparrow
yo

él, ella, eso
*Usted
nosotros
vosotros
ellos
*Ustedes
Pronombres
Personales

soy
eres
es
es
somos
sois
son
son
estoy
estás
está
está
estamos
estáis
están
están
Peronal
Pronouns
I
You
He, She, It

We
You
They
To be
am
are
is

are
are
are
¡Odio los verbos en español!
I hate the verbs in Spanish!
Yes?
Tell me
Vocabulario - Vocabulary
Adivina la palabra - Guess the word
6. Vocabulario básico - Basic Vocabulary
Números - Numbers
0 -
cero
1 -
uno
2 -
dos
3 -
tres
4 -
cuatro
5 -
cinco
6 -
seis
7 -
siete
8 -
ocho
9 -
nueve
10 -
diez
Los colores - The colours
Amarillo
Verde
Celeste
Azul
Violeta
Rosa
Rojo
Naranja
Negro
Blanco
San Fermines (Pamplona)
La Tomatina ( Buñol, Valencia)
Feria de Abril (Sevilla)
Semana Santa (Holy week)
The End
MUCHAS GRACIAS
POR SU ATENCIÓN
Thank you very much for your atention
que = ke
qui = ki
it is used when we need a strong "R" at the middle of the word
stronger sh
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