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What do you usually do to get ready for school each year?

I can talk about what I want
I can talk about what I need
I can describe the contents of my room
I can talk about what I need to do
I can talk about what I want to do
I can talk about what you need to do
I can talk about what you want to do
I can use indefinite articles correctly
__I can make nouns plural


Grammar Points:

In chapter one, we started talking about whether a noun is masculine or feminine. It is important to learn the the el or the la with new nouns. We are going to take the information from chapter one and take it one step further. Knowing the gender of a noun will be very important in chapter 3 as we build on these skills.

Indefinite Articles-(Un and Una) Indefinite articles are “ A”and “AN” With masculine nouns, use “un” and with feminine nouns, use “una”.





Making Nouns Plural

  • For nouns that end with a vowel add an “S”
  • For nouns that end in a consonant add “ES”
  • For nouns that end in “Z”, change the “Z” to a “C” and then add “ES”



Pronouns:


  • Yo= I
  • Tú = you
  • Él = He
  • Ella = She




Segundo Paso



_ I can name the things in my room
_ I can name the things in the classroom
_ I can use Mucho and Cuánto correctly
_ I can use Hay correctly
_ I can use tener correclty

The Verb HAY is from the infinitve HABER. HAY has two meanings: There is and There are


Mucho and Cuánto are called adjectives of quantity. Since they are adjectives, the must agree in number (singular or plural) and gender ( masculine or feminine)


Las formas de Mucho y Cuánto
Mucho/Cuánto
Singular
Plural
Masculine
Mucho Cuánto
Muchos Cuántos
Feminine
Mucha Cuánta
Muchas Cuántas






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Tercer Paso

I can talk about what I need to do
I can talk about what I want to do
I can count to 199







Vocabulary ( page 57)

  • Poner la ropa en el armario
  • encontrar el dinero
  • ir al centro comercial
  • conocer a muchos nuevos amigos
  • comprar muchas cosas

Numbers: Please note that uno at the end of number changes to un in front of masculine noun and una in front of a feminine noun.