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  • 1. Spanish Grammar Book<br />Lola Guinn<br />5th<br />
  • 2. Table of Contents:<br />Preterite<br />Trigger Words<br />Car-Gar-Zar<br />Spock<br />Cucaracha<br />Snake & Snakey<br />Imperfect<br />Trigger Words<br />Irregulars<br />Preterite vs. Imperfect<br />Ser vs. Estar<br />Verbs Like Gustar<br />Comparatives/Superlatives<br />Transition Words<br />Future<br />Trigger Words<br />Irregulars<br />Por & Para<br />Demonstrative Adjectives<br />Demonstrative Pronouns<br />
  • 3. El Preterito<br /><ul><li> A definite time in the past
  • 4. Has a beginning and/or past</li></ul>ar<br />ir<br />
  • 5. Preterito Trigger Words<br />Las Expresiones<br /><ul><li>Yesterday = ayer
  • 6. Last night = anoche
  • 7. Last year = el año pasado
  • 8. Last week = la semana pasada
  • 9. Day before yesterday = anteayer </li></li></ul><li>Car – Gar - Zar<br />Tocar<br />-toqué<br />-tocaste<br />-tocó<br />-tocamons<br />-tocaron<br />Jugar<br />-jugué<br />-jugaste<br />-jugó<br />-jugamos<br />-jugaron<br />Comenzar<br />-comencé<br />-comenzaste<br />-comenzó<br />-comenzamos<br />-comenzaron<br />
  • 10. Spock<br />Ir/Ser<br />-Fui<br />-Fuiste<br />-Fue<br />-Fuimos<br />-Fueron<br />Dar<br />Ver<br />Ser<br />Ir<br />Hacer<br />Dar/Ver<br />-Di<br />-Diste<br />-Dio<br />-Dimos<br />-Dieron<br />Hacer<br />-Hice<br />-Hiciste<br />-Hizo<br />-Hicimos<br />-Hicieron <br />
  • 11. CucarachaVerbs<br />Subtract the “i” on endings<br />
  • 12. Snake - Snakey<br />* only stem changes in the 3rd person<br />e > i o > u<br />Pedi dormir<br />Preferir morir<br />Competir<br />Repetir<br />Servir<br />Venir<br />Snakey<br />Lei Leioms<br />Leíste<br />Leyo Leyeron<br />Snake<br />Pedí Pedimos<br />Pediste <br />Peide Pidiron <br />
  • 13. ImperfectImperfect action in the past<br />ar<br />er/ir<br />
  • 14. Imperfect Trigger Words<br />Aveces- sometimes<br />Cadames – every month<br />Nunca – never<br />Simpre- always<br />Todos los dias – every day<br />Todo el tiempo- all the time<br />Muchasvesces- many times<br />
  • 15. Imperfect Irregulars<br />ser<br />ver<br />ir<br />
  • 16.
  • 17. Ser vs. Estar<br />Vs.<br />-soy<br />-eres<br />-es<br />-somos<br />-son<br />-estoy<br />-estas<br />-esta<br />-estamos<br />-estan<br />
  • 18. Verbs Like Gustar<br />- aburrir<br /><ul><li>encantar
  • 19. faltar
  • 20. fascinar
  • 21. importar
  • 22. interesar
  • 23. molestar
  • 24. quedar
  • 25. dolar
  • 26. disgustar
  • 27. hacerfalta
  • 28. preocupar
  • 29. sorprender
  • 30. apetecer</li></ul>When gustar is followed by one or more verbs in the infinitive, the singular form of gustar is always used<br />Gustar is often used in the conditional <br />
  • 31. Comparatives/Superlatives<br />Comparatives: que<br />Superlatives: de<br />Mas o Menos Con Numeros:<br /><ul><li>mas de – more than
  • 32. menos de – less than
  • 33. “de” con numeros</li></ul>More:<br />Grande – big<br />Masgrande – bigger<br />El masgrande – biggest<br />Irregulars:<br />Bueno:<br /><ul><li>buena: good
  • 34. mejor que: better
  • 35. Lasmejores de: best</li></ul>Viejo<br /><ul><li>viejo: old
  • 36. mayor que: older
  • 37. el mayor que: oldest</li></ul>Joven<br /><ul><li>jovenes: young
  • 38. menor que: younger
  • 39. el menor que: youngest
  • 40. Less:
  • 41. Es feroz – ferocious
  • 42. Menosferoz – less ferocious
  • 43. el menos de – most less </li></li></ul><li>Transition Words<br />
  • 44. Future<br />Example:<br />Yo:estudiar + é =<br />estudiaré<br />Yo: infinitivo + é<br />Tu: infinitivo + ás<br />El/Ella/Ustd: infinitivo + á<br />Nosotros: Infintivo + emos<br />Ellos/Ellas/Ustds: infinitivo + án<br />
  • 45. Future Trigger Words<br />Manaña<br />La semana<br />Proxima<br />Pasadamanaña<br />Pasadosemana<br />Año<br />Pasadoaño<br />
  • 46. Future Irregulars<br />Decir = dir Endings:<br />Hacer= haré<br />Poner= pondr<br />Salir= saldràs<br />Tener= tendr<br />Valer= valdrà<br />Venir= vendr<br />Poder= podremos<br />Querer= querr<br />Saber= sabrán<br />Caber= cabr<br />Haber= habr<br />Hay: there is/there are<br /> ex: has eshabrá= there will be<br />
  • 47. Por & Para<br />
  • 48. Demonstrative Adjectives<br /><ul><li>Placed before the noun and agree with number and gender
  • 49. ex:</li></ul> this restaurant = este resturante<br />
  • 50. Demonstrative Pronouns<br /><ul><li> Adj. can act as a noun, accent is added to the first “e” in the word
  • 51. ex: prefieroésa =that one</li>
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