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Learn Spanish!

Spanish By Tiffany Wong and Jerrica Newwirk

Tiffany Wong

on 13 November 2012

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Transcript of Learn Spanish!

Learn Spanish By Tiffany Wong and Jerrica Newkirk Hola In Spanish, there are two different forms to communicate with people. Start a Conversation Images used under license from Shutterstock.com Verbs, Conjugations, and more Adios! (goodbye!) Basic Greetings - Hello Buenos Días - Good Morning Buenas Tardes - Good Afternoon You would use the formal form to address people such as:
Other authority figures Formal form -¡Buenos Días!, Senorita!
-¡Buenos Días! ¿Como estas?
- ¡Bien! ¿Y usted?
- ¡Muy bien! You would use the informal form to address people such as:
Little siblings
other people your age Start a Conversation Informal form - ¡Buenos Días! ¿Como estas?
- ¡Hola! Muy cansado ¿Y tú?
- ¡Bien! Señor - Sir
Señora - Madam
Señorita - Miss Abbreviated: Sr., Sra., and Srta. Yo - I Tú - You (informal) Él - He
Ella - She
Usted (Ud.) - You (formal) Nosotros - We (masculine)
Nosotras - We (feminine) Ellos - They (masculine)
Ellas - They (feminine)
Ustedes - You (plural) Subject Pronoun Chart How to ask 'How are you?' (formal) ¿Cómo está Ud.? How to ask 'How are you?' (familiar) ¿Cómo estás? How to ask 'What’s happening?' ¿Qué pasa? The End! How to Conjugate Regular -ar Verbs Yo - o Tú - as Él - a
Ella - a
Usted - a Ellos - an
Ellas - an
Ustedes - an Nosotros - amos
Nosotras - amos Conjugation with the word Hablar (to speak) Yo - Hablo Tú - Hablas Él - Habla
Ella - Habla
Usted - Habla Nosotros - Hablamos Ellos - Hablan
Ellas - Hablan
Ustedes - Hablan Prefixes Basic Questions Examples:
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