2Copy and translate the following in your notes (SR24) la familiael miembrolos parientesel padrela madrelos padresel/la esposo(a)el maridola mujerel padrastrola madrastrael/la hermano(a)el/la hermanastro(a)el/la tío(a)el/la primo(a)el/la abuelo(a)el/la nieto(a)el/la hijo(a)único(a)el/la sobrino(a)el/la gemelo(a)La familia
3Otras palabras usar con la familia el nombrela mascotael/la perro(a)el/la perrito(a)el/la gato(a)el/la gatito(a)menormayorcariñoso(a)el pelo castañolos ojos castañostener…añosOtras palabras usar con la familiaOther words to use with family
8When is your vocab quiz? What do you need to have that day? P. 64Activity 2When is your vocab quiz? What do you need to have that day?
9The suffix –ito(a) as in gatito(a) can convey the meaning of small. It can also express affectionChildren often address their grandparents as abuelito/abuelita.Parents often say mi hijito(a) when speaking to their childrenNotaNote:
10The expression hay means there is/ there are Así se dice:The expression hay means there is/ there areHay un garaje al lado de la casa.Hay árboles delante de la casa.Whenever de is followed by el, it becomes one word: delDelante del árbolDetrás del sofá
11The word el carro is used in almost all areas of Latin America. In Spain, el coche is used.The word piso means floor.In Spain, el piso can also mean apartment.Other common terms for apartment are un departamento and un apartamiento.La recámara is used in Mexico as well as in some other countries in Central and South America.Other commonly used terms in many areas are el dormitorio, la alcoba, la habitación, and la pieza.En otras partesSummarize: What is the significance of –ito; what is one Spanishcontraction; and why do you think different countries use different words?