Presentación del tema: "Ch 3-2 Notes Regular –AR verbs p. 98 Every verb has a STEM (everything up to the last two letters) and an ENDING (the last two letters) To show who is."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Ch 3-2 Notes Regular –AR verbs p. 98 Every verb has a STEM (everything up to the last two letters) and an ENDING (the last two letters) To show who is doing that verb CONJUGATE it. To conjugate AR verbs drop the AR and add the correct ending When a verb is conjugated you can leave out the subject pronoun.
Yo- ONosotros- AMOS Tú- ASVosotros- áis Él, Ella, Usted- AEllos, Ellas, Ustedes- AN
Ir and jugar p. 100 All the AR verbs you have learned are regular because their conjugations follow a predictable pattern. Some verbs like ir are irregular Ir- to go Ir is always followed by a to mean to
Yo – VOYNOSOTROS- VAMOS Tú- VASVosotros- Vais Él, Ella, Usted- VAEllos, Ellas, Ustedes- Van
Jugar- To play Jugar has a stem change. All of the conjugations in the boot change the U to UE Jugar is also always followed by a
The Weather p.102 Many weather expressions begin with hace (it (the weather) does or makes) ¿Qué tiempo hace? – Whats the weather like? Hace frío- Its cold! Hace calor- Its hot! Hace sol- Its sunny! Hace viento- Its windy! Some weather expressions do not use hace Llueve- It rains! Nieva- It snows!