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Singular Nouns: Gender and Articles Identifying People, Places, and Things Singular Nouns: Gender and Articles 1 a tableuna mesaa bookun libro a womanuna.

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1 Singular Nouns: Gender and Articles Identifying People, Places, and Things Singular Nouns: Gender and Articles 1 a tableuna mesaa bookun libro a womanuna mujera manun hombreIndefinite Articles the tablela mesathe bookel libro the womanla mujerthe manel hombreDefinite Articles Feminine NounsMasculine Nouns

2 Nouns and Articles: Plural Forms Identifying People, Places, and Things Nouns and Articles: Plural Forms 2 Nouns ending in a consonant: noun + -es Nouns ending in a vowel: noun + s some women unas mujeres some papers unos papeles Indefinite Articles the papers los papeles Definite Articles some tablesunas mesas some books unos libros some chairsunas sillassome menunos hombres Indefinite Articles the tableslas mesasthe bookslos libros the chairslas sillasthe menlos hombresDefinite Articles Feminine NounsMasculine Nouns las mujeres the women

3 Subject Pronouns Expressing Actions Subject Pronouns 3 they (fem.)ellassheella they (masc.)ellosheél you (form.)ustedes (Uds.)you (form.)usted (Ud.) you (fam. Sp.)vosotros/vosotrasyou (fam.)tútú wenosotros/nosotrasIyo Plural Singular

4 Present Tense of -ar Verbs Expressing Actions Present Tense of -ar Verbs 3 hablar (to speak) = hablar SingularPlural YoYohabloI speakNosotros Nosotras hablamos We speak Túhablas You speak You all speak Ud. Él Ella habla You speak He / She speaks Uds. Ellos Ellas hablan You all / They speak Vosotros Vosotras habláis

5 Negation Expressing Actions Negation In Spanish the word no is placed before the conjugated verb to make a negative sentence. Its English equivalent is not or dont. El estudiante no habla español. The student does not speak Spanish. No, no necesito dinero. No, I dont need money. 3

6 Asking Yes/No Questions (Part 2) Getting Information Asking Yes/No Questions (Part 2) Another way to form yes/no questions is to invert the order of the subject and verb, in addition to making your voice rise at the end of the question. STATEMENT: Ud. trabaja aquí todos los días. QUESTION: ¿Trabaja Ud. aquí todos los días? STATEMENT: Arturo regresa a casa hoy. QUESTION: ¿Regresa Arturo a casa hoy? Inversion 4


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