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Apuntes: El abecedario/The alphabet (p10) Los números 0-100/Numbers 0-100 (p16- 17, p87)

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2 Apuntes: El abecedario/The alphabet (p10) Los números 0-100/Numbers (p16- 17, p87)

3 Las letras/Letters Vocales/Vowels (A, E, I, O, U): A Name: _____ (ah) Sound: like a in father E Name: _____ (eh) Sound: in between ay in day and e in bet I Name: _____ (ee) Sound: like ee in feet O Name: _____ (oh) Sound: like o in coat U Name: _____ (ooh) Sound: like oo in food Remember: all vowels have only ______ sound

4 Las letras/Letters Consonantes/Consonant s: Ch Name: _____ (chey) Sound: like ch G Name: _____ (hey) Sound: like g in gun or h in happy H Name: _____ (ah- chay) Sound: none, silent J Name: _____ (ho-tah) Sound: like h in English, but with more air from your throat (all letters other than a,e,i,o,u) Ll Name: _____ (ay-yay) Sound: like y Ñ Name: _____ (eh-nyay) Sound: like ny in canyon Q Name: _____ (cooh) Sound: like k R Name: _____ (eh-ray) Sound: slight combination of r and d in middle of word, rolled r in beginning of word

5 Las letras/letters Consonantes/Consonants: (all letters other than a,e,i,o,u) Rr Name: _____ (eh-rray) Sound: rolled or trilled r V Name: ve, _____, be _____ (vay, ooh-vay, bay corta) Sound: like b in beginning of word, like v in the middle of word Z Name: _____ (say-tah) Sound: like s (in Spain it is like th) Remember: these are ___________ the consonants, just the ones that do not make the same sounds as in English.

6 The Alphabet Chant a, be, ce, che, de, e, efe … ge, hache, i, jota, ka … Ele, elle, … Eme, ene, e ñ e, (everyone) ¡ O, pe! (everyone) qu, ere, erre, ese, te … U, ve, doble ve, equis … i griega, zeta, … Yo s é el alfabeto, ¡ ol é ! (everyone)

7 Los números/Numbers

8 0 ____________ 1 ____________ 2 ____________ 3 ____________ 4 ____________ 5 ____________ 6 ____________ 7 ____________ 8 ____________ 9 ____________ 10___________

9 Los números/Numbers 11___________ 12___________ 13___________ 14___________ 15___________ 16___________ 17___________ 18___________ 19___________ 20___________

10 Los números __________________ veinticuatro veinticinco __________________ veintisiete veintiocho veintinueve

11 Los números/Numbers 30___________ _ 40___________ _ 50___________ _ 60___________ _ 70___________ _ 80___________ _ 90___________ _ 100__________ _

12 Los números ___________ the number 30, 40, 50, etc. to the other number (1, 2, 3, etc.). Use the word ________ (________) to connect the numbers = 31 ___________________________ = 42 ___________________________ = 65 ___________________________

13 Práctica: Practice the following numbers ____________________ _

14 What is your phone number? Informal - used with – friends –close relatives –someone younger than you –(tú) ¿______________ _____________ ? Formal - used with –a person you dont know –someone older –someone for whom you want to show respect –(Usted or Ud.) ¿______________ _____________ __? ___________________________…

15 Saying your phone number In Spanish-speaking countries, we usually group the numbers in a phone number into sets of __________ when possible. For example: would be Siete-___________-seis-veintiséis- cincuenta y ocho-______________

16 Práctica: Write the following phone numbers in Spanish ______________________ ____________________ ____________________ ______

17 Apuntes: Los días de la semana/The days of the week (p18-19) Los meses del año/The months of the year (p165)

18 Los días de la semana Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday _____________ In Spanish, the days of the week are _____________ __________________________ ! On which day of the week does a calendar begin (in Spanish)? ________ (______)

19 On Monday…/On Mondays… When you want to say what happens this Monday, you say: –____________________________…. When you want to say what happens __________ Monday you say: –____________________________….

20 Los meses del año January February March April May June July August September October November December _____________ In Spanish, the months of the year are _____ ____________!

21 La fecha/The date When you want to say the date in Spanish you use the following structure: es el (__) de (____) del año Sept. 19, 2009 = _________________ (diecinueve) ______________ ____________________________ (dos mil nueve). ***The first day of the month is always ______________, NEVER ___________.*** ________

22 La fecha/The date When you want to write the date in numbers in Spanish, the day comes first, then the month, and then the year. September 19, 2007 = __/__/__ ______

23 ¿Qué día es hoy? lunesmartesmiércole s juevesviernessábadodomingo 21 Hoy es lunes el 21 (veintiuno ) de septiembr e del año Mañana es martes el 22 (veintidós ) septiembre/octubre 2009

24 ¿Qué día es hoy? lunesmartesmiércole s juevesviernessábadodomingo 28 Hoy es lunes el 28 (veinti- ocho) de septiembr e del año Mañana es martes el 29 (veintinueve ) septiembre 2009


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