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Gone Friday, Sept. 27? Please get the next 3 artistas in your notes. The next slide has general notes from the whiteboard and a hint for your Viva (online)

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1 Gone Friday, Sept. 27? Please get the next 3 artistas in your notes. The next slide has general notes from the whiteboard and a hint for your Viva (online) work due Friday, Oct. 4. The following slides were discussed in class. Some of them will help with your Viva work.

2 El Greco El entierro del Conde Orgaz,

3 El Greco nació en 1541 y murió en Pintó en España. Es conocido por sus figuras alargadas.

4 Eduardo Chillida

5 Eduardo Chillida nació en 1924 en España. Murió en Esculpió figuras abstractas. Estudió en la Universidad de Madrid.

6 Simón Silva

7 El pintor méxico-americano Simón Silva nació en 1961 en México. Pinta imágenes de personas en la clase obrera.

8 If a word in Spanish ends in a vowel, n, or s, the stress (when pronounced) falls on the next-to-last syllable. If a word ends in any other letter, the stress falls on the last syllable. This is why joven (young) adds an accent mark when made plural jóvenes (to retain the stress) For the same reason, francés, inglés, alemán, and japonés drop the accent marks when made plural. franceses, ingleses, alemanes, japoneses *the second Viva (online) assignment that deals with adjectives asks you to identify the adjective that doesnt match the others. It wants you to look at masculine/feminine, singular/plural, not what the adjectives actually mean.

9 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Adjectives that end in –e or a consonant have the same masculine and feminine forms. The plural for adjectives that end in a consonant is formed by adding –es.

10 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved ¡ojo! Adjectives that refer to nouns of different genders use the masculine plural form. ¿Cómo son Paco y Ana? Paco es alto. Ana es alta. Paco y Ana son altos. Note that joven takes an accent in the plural: joven / jóvenes. Also, note that mayor is the polite way to refer to a persons age (not viejo/a).

11 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved

12 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Adjectives of nationality that end in a consonant add –a to form the feminine.

13 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved

14 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Adjectives generally follow the nouns they modify. La mujer rubia es de España.¿Cómo se llama la mujer ecuatoriana? The blond woman is from Spain.What is the Ecuadorian woman s name?

15 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Adjectives of quantity are placed before the modified noun. Hay muchos estudiantes.Hablo con dos turistas. There are many students.I am talking with two tourists.

16 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved Bueno/a and malo/a can be placed before or after a noun. Before a masculine singular noun, the forms are shortened: bueno buen; malo mal. José es un buen amigo.Hoy es un mal día. José es un amigo bueno.Hoy es un día malo. José is a good friend.Today is a bad day.

17 Copyright © 2011 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved When grande appears before a singular noun, it is shortened to gran. Grande also changes its definition depending on its position: gran = great, but grande = big, large. Manuel es un gran hombre.La familia de Inés es grande. Manuel is a great man.Inés family is large.


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