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6.1-.2 6

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Alison Brink

on 17 April 2017

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Transcript of 6.1-.2 6

Hoy es lunes el diecisiete de abril
la meta
to use negations in context
nos enfocamos en ...
siempre- always
alguien- someone
algo-something, anything
alguno- some, any
1. Diego _____ dijo_____ a su amigo.
2. ______voy a Francia ______.
3. El profesor ____ habla con _____.
4. Paco _____tiene _____ en la mesa.
5. ____ va _____ al partido de fútbol.
6. _____ hay ____ restaurante bueno.
7. El señor Gómes _____ juega videojuegos _____.
en el paquete...
Actividad 5
1. Write out the questions.
Ask your compañero 5 questions and answer 5 questions yourself.

Actividad 6
Write out the answers to the questions
Then ask and answer with your compañero
nunca- never
nadie- no one, not anyone
nada- nothing, not anything
ninguno- no, not any, none
In Spanish a double or even a triple negative statement always adds up to a negative...

No tengo nada. I don´t have anything.
No está nadie en la clases. No one is in class.
No hace frío nunca en Acapulco. It is never cold in Acapulco.
sure to place the first
before the conjugated verb.
no one
no one
not one
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