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Spanish Help

Need help with spanish, well hopefully this will help.
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Marie Lou

on 30 June 2013

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Transcript of Spanish Help

Spanish for Rookies
First let's go over the grammer rules of spanish...
* whenever you are using a exclamation point in English, you use 2 in Spanish, same with question marks. One is upside down at the beginning of the sentence
and the other is at the end of the sentence rightside up.
* Your words have to match
Ex. La bonita
El bonito
If your going to speek spanish, you need
to know the countries and capitals that
speek spanish too...
Mexico
*Mexico City
Spain
* Madrid
lluvioso-
nublado-
nevado-
soleado-
el termómetro-
el pronóstico-
la temperatura-
hace calor-
caluroso-
fresco-
hace frío-
helado-
con neblina-
con viento-
Weather Expresions:
rainy
cloudy
snowy
sunny
thermometer
forecast
temperature
it's hot
warm
cool
it's cold
freezing
foggy
windy
Counting from 0- 31
Questions and Answers
0-cero
1-uno
2-dos
3-tres
4-cuatro
5-cinco
6-seis
7-siete
8- ocho
9-nueve
10-diez
11-once
12-doce
13-trece
14-catorce
15-quince
Colors
rojo
azul
verdes
amarillo
morado
blanco
negro
anaranjado
gris
café
red
blue
green
yellow
purple
white
black
orange
gray
brown
Como te llamas

Cómo se llama (él/élla)

Cómo estás

De dónde eres
Me llamo...

(Él/Élla) se llama...

Estoy bien/regular/mal

Soy de...
What is your name?

What is his/ her name?

How are you?

Where are you from?
My name is...

His/Her name is...

I am fine/all right/not so good

I am from...
General Expressions
Buenos dias

Buenos tardes

Buenos noches

Adiós

Hasta luego

Hasta mañana

Hasta pronto

Nos vemos

Tengo que irme

Encantado (a)./ Mucho gusto.

Hello

Welcome
Good morning

Good afternoon

Good evening

Goodbye

See you later

See you tomorrow

See you soon

See you

I have to go

Plaesed/ nice to meet you

Hola

Bien venida
Conjugating
Everyday Expressions
Yes

No

okay

Really

Please

Thankyou very much

you're welcome

Don't mention it

I don't know

I think so
Si

No

Vale

De verdad

Por favor

Muchas gracias

De nada

no hay de que

No se

Creo que si
"Yo prometo fedilidad a la

bandera de los estados Unidos de

America, y a la Republica que

representa, una Nacion bajo Dios,

entera, con libertad y justicia para

todos."
Time Expressions
A watch or clock

a second

a minute

an hour

What time is it?

It is one o'clock

It is four o'clock

It's ten to eight

it is a quater past nine

It is a half past one

It is early

It is late

at three in the morning

at four exactly

at midnight
un reloj

un segundo

un minuto

una hora

¿ Qué hora es?

Es la una

Son las cuatro

Son las ocho menos diez

Son las nueve y cuarto

Es la una y media

Es temprano

Es tarde

A las tres de la mañana

a las cuatro en punto

a la medianoche
Days of the Week
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday
lunes

martes

miércoles

juves

viernes

sabádo

domingo
Months of the year
Spanish History
Source- Language/30 Spanish
If this did not help you enough, please check out the souces that I used. Thanks :-)
*Language/ 30 Spanish
*SpanishSpanish.com
*Holt Spanish 1 ¡Exprésate!
*Learning Spanish.com
* youTube- Bonito
"...The Romans had conqured Spain by the 1st century A.D. The spoken latin of the Romans dominated the native language until the languages merged and became the language known as Old Spanish. Later, Spanish incorporated many wordsfrom the languages of conquering the Arabs, but the pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammer of modern Spanish reflect the legacy of Latin.
In 1492, the Spanish Language was taking to America by Christopher Columbus . Many of the colonists were from Andalusia (Southern Spain), so it is thier pronunciation of Spanish which predominates in Latin America..."
Bonito means pretty or beautiful , and now here is a music video that I'm sure you'll love...
This Presintation was made by Tabitha Atwood. If you have any further questions about Spanish that none of these sources can help you with, please write your question in the comment box, and I will be glad to help.
Sources:
The Spanish Dictionary no longer
contains CH (chay) or LL (Ay-yay)
16-dieciéis
17-dieciete
18-dieciocho
19-diecinueve
20-veinte
21-veinteuno
22-veintidós
23-veintitrés
24-veinticuatro
25-veinticinco
26-veintiséis
27-veintisiete
28-veintiocho
29-veintinueve
30-treinta
31-treinta y uno
*http://www.ehow.com/how_2318040_conjugate-spanish-verbs.html
ar-
o amos
as ais
a an
er-
o emos
es eis
e en
ir-
o imos
es is
e en
I we
you they
you they all
Body Parts
Extra: eyes- Ojos
Image from enchantedlearning.com
Question Words
Cuantos- How much
Que- What
Cual- Which
Quien- Who
Cuando- When
Por Que- Why
Donde- WHere
Como-How
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