Presentación del tema: "Martes, el trece de octubre. Talk about daily activities Vocabulary p. 51 of textbook Tell where people are from Use subject pronouns to replace the subject."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Talk about daily activities Vocabulary p. 51 of textbook Tell where people are from Use subject pronouns to replace the subject of a sentence (p. 37) Conjugate ser to match the subject (p. 37) Use de to describe where people are from (p. 37) Say what people like and dont like to do Use gustar with an infinitive to express likes and dislikes (p. 38)
Listening Vocabulary and grammar Reading comprehension Writing culture
A subject pronoun takes the place of the subject of a sentence. Subject pronouns in Spanish:
1. Marcos 2. Maria y yo 3. Mis amigos 4. Sara 5. Sr. Ramirez y usted 6. Carmen, Luisa, y Raul
Conjugations of ser: Yo soyNosotros somos Tú eresVosotros sois Él, ella, Usted esEllos, ellas, ustedes son
To identify a person- tell what they look like, describe their personality, talk about their relationship to someone else, occupation To tell where someone is from- Subject + ser + de + country/city yosoydelos estados unidos
Enrique/ Florida Mis abuelos/ Cuba Usted/ Colombia Tú/ Puerto Rico Yo/ Iowa Mis padres y yo/ Peru Where is he from?
Forms of gustar: A mí me gustaA nosotros nos gusta A ti te gustaA vosotros os gusta A él, ella, Usted le gustaA ellos, ellas, ustedes les gusta
I like to listen to music. We like to spend time with friends. He likes to play soccer. They dont like to work. Do you like to do homework? She likes to eat chocolate.