¿Cuánto cuesta(n)…? Cuesta(n)… El dinero El dólar El euro La camisa Feo(a) Llevar Nuevo(a) La ropa How much does it (do they) cost? It (they) cost… Money Dollar Euro Shirt Ugly To wear New Clothing
Tener calor Tener frío Tener razón Tener suerte Durante Cerrar (e->ie) Empezar (e->ie) Entender (e->ie) Pensar (e->ie) Preferir (e->ie) Querer (e->ie) To be hot To be cold To be right To be lucky During To close To begin To understand To plan, to think To prefer To want
Write 4 sentences stating what you wear in each season. Ejemplo: Durante el verano, yo llevo el traje de baño y las sandalias. (During the summer, I wear a swimsuit and sandals.)
In spanish, some verbs have a stem change in the present tense. What is the stem? – The stem is what remains after the –ar/-er/-ir is taken off (the stem of hablar is habl ) Stem changing verbs in the present tense, have regular –ar/-er/-ir endings. The e of the stem changes to ie, EXCEPT in the nosotros and vosotros forms.
When one verb follows another, the first verb is conjugated and the second verb is in the infinitive form. Yo quiero leer el libro. ¿Prefieres llevar la camiseta o la blusa? (remember – the infinitive is the original form of the verb and ends in –ar/-er/-ir. Ejemplos: hablar, ir, mirar…)
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