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S2- 7.2_Interrogative and Negative Words

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Constanza Perez

on 21 July 2016

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Transcript of S2- 7.2_Interrogative and Negative Words

Interrogatives
&
Negations
(+) some/
body
/
thing
(?-) any/
body
/
thing
(-no)
/
body
/
thing

Conclusion:

interrogative
&
negative
words
Thank you for your attention!
is here
(+) SOME (? -) ANY
1. PEOPLE:


I study with
somebody
Yo estudio con

alguien




algún

amigo


alguna
amiga


algún
libro

alguna

cosa
2. THINGS:
I study

something
Yo estudio

algo (masc.)

Negation
1. PEOPLE:
I do
not
study with
anybody
Yo
no
estudio con

nadie


2. PEOPLE

or
THINGS

ningun

amigo
/
libro

ninguna
amiga
/
tarea
3. THINGS
I do
not
study
anything

= I study
nothing
Yo
no
estudio

nada
= Yo
no
estudio
nada
too, either, neither

Yes
, I study,
too
.

, Yo
también
estudio.
No,
I do
n't
study
either
.
No
, yo
tampoco
estudio.
ALSO = además:
Además
yo trabajo.
I
also
work
.
and
(Juan
and
I)
y
( Juan
y

y
o)
e
(Juan
e

I
sabel)
or

(Juan
or
I)
o
( Juan
o
yo)
u
( Juan
u

O
felia)
with VERBS:
always

:

siempre
never

:
nunca
1.
I

always

study:
Yo
siempre
estudio
2.
I
never
study:

Yo
nunca
estudio
Yo
no
estudio
nunca
Nor ...
or
(Nor
Juan
or
Isabel)
Ni
Juan
ni
Isabel
Yo
ni
oigo
ni
veo
nada
I do not hear or see anything
Conjunctions:
1. Pero -
but
Me gusta viajar

PERO

no tengo dinero.
(
I like traveling
,
but

I don't have $$
)

2. Sino -
Instead
No
me gusta ver tv
SINO
viajar.
(I don't like watching TV,
bu
t
traveling
instead)
.
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