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1 COURSE DESCRIPTION This class is intended for students with no Spanish background. The purpose is to introduce students to speaking and understanding Spanish. OBJECTIVES AND EXPECTATIONS The objective of this class is to provide the student with a basic vocabulary and conversation in Spanish. Students will be able to identify some traditions of different Hispanic countries. Students will have oral presentations (Conversation) in Spanish with a partner. These presentations will be prepared and presented in class. MATERIALS Packets prepared by Mr. Arteta HOMEWORK Most learning will be done in class. However, I encourage students to practice their vocabulary and conversation at home. WEEKLY UPDATES Please check the Teacher s Weekly Newsletter at the Lincoln Academy website. In it, you will find the lessons, activities and tests we will do in class on a weekly basis.

2 Conversation Buenos Dias (Good morning) Buenos Dias (Good morning) Mucho gusto (Nice to meet you) El gusto es mio (the pleasure is mine) Como estas? Muy bien gracias, y tu? (How are you?) ( Very well thanks and you? ) Como te llamas? (What is your name?) Me llamo (My name is ) Como es tu amigo? (how is your friend?) (My friend is ) Mi amigo es Y como eres tu? (And how are you?) Yo soy (I am ) De donde eres? (Where are you from?) Yo soy de Utah (I am from Utah) Adonde vas? (Where are you going?) Donde vives (Where do you live) Yo voy a mi casa (I am going home) Yo vivo en American Fork (I live in American Fork)

3 Cuantos anos tienes? (How old are you?) Yo tengo anos (I am years old) Que te gusta hacer A mi me gusta comer (What do you like to do?) (I like to eat ) Que te gusta comer? (What do you like to eat?) A mi me gusta comer. (I like to eat ) Cuando es tu cumpleanos? (When is your birthday? ) Mi cumpleanos es (Mi birthday is ) Cual es tu numero de telefono? (What is your phone number?) Mi numero de telefono es (My phone number is ) Cuantos hermanos tienes? (How many brothers do you have?) Yo tengo hermanos (I have brothers) Que dia es hoy Hoy es (What day is today?) (Today ) Que hora son? (What time is it?) Son las y (It is ) Tengo que ir a casa (I have to go home) (Me too) Hasta manana Yo tambien Hasta luego (I will see you tomorrow) (I will see you later)

4 HOW AM I? COMO SOY YO? YO SOY BONITA (I AM BEAUTIFUL) TU ERES BONITA (YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL) ELLA ES BONITA (SHE IS BEAUTIFUL) EL ES GUAPO (HE IS HANDSOME) NOSOTROS SOMOS LOCOS (WE ARE CRAZY) ELLOS SON LOCOS (THEY ARE CRAZY- BOYS) ELLAS SON LOCAS (THEY ARE CRAZY-GIRLS)

5 (STRONG) FUERTE INTELIGENTE (SMART) DIVERTIDO (FUNNY) SIMPATICO (NICE, LIKEABLE) ALEGRE CHEERFUL ( LISTO CLEVER, SKILLFUL

6 HOW DO I FEEL? COMO ESTOY YO? YO ESTOY FELIZ TU ESTAS FELIZ ELLA ESTA FELIZ I AM HAPPY YOU ARE HAPPY SHE IS HAPPY EL ESTA ENOJADO HE IS ANGRY - GRUMPY NOSOTROS ESTAMOS CANSADOS (WE ARE TIRED) ELLOS ESTAN CANSADOS (THEY ARE TIRED BOYS) ELLAS ESTAN CANSADAS (THEY ARE TIRED GIRLS)

7 HOW DO I FEEL? FELIZ TRISTE CANSADO (HAPPY) (SAD) (TIRED) ENOJADO ABURRIDO CONFUNDIDO (ANGRY) (BORED) (CONFUSED) ENFERMO BIEN NERVIOSO

8 (NERVOUS (SICK) (FINE) ENFERMO SICK ABURRIDO BORED OCUPADO (BUSY) NERVIOSO NERVOUS BIEN OK, fine, well TRISTE Sad

9 WHAT DO I LIKE TO DO? QUE ME GUSTA HACER? ME GUSTA COMER TE GUSTA COMER I LIKE TO EAT YOU LIKE TO EAT LE GUSTA HABLAR LE GUSTA HABLAR HE LIKES TO TALK (BOY) HE LIKES TO TALK (GIRL) NOS GUSTA JUGAR WE LIKE TO PLAY LES GUSTA JUGAR LES GUSTA JUGAR THEY LIKE TO PLAY (BOYS) THEY LIKE TO PLAY (GIRLS)

10 DORMIR CANTAR BAILAR TOCAR EL PIANO ESCUCHAR MUSICA JUGAR FUTBOL

11 WHAT LANGUAGE DO I SPEAK? QUE IDIOMA HABLO YO? YO HABLO INGLES (I SPEAK ENGLISH) TU HABLAS INGLES ( YOU SPEAK ENGLISH) EL HABLA INGLES (HE SPEAKS ENGLISH) ELLA HABLA INGLES (SHE SPEAKS ENGLISH) NOSOTROS HABLAMOS INGLES (WE SPEAK ENGLISH) ELLOS HABLAN INGLES (HE SPEAKS ENGLISH- BOYS) ELLAS HABLAN INGLES (THEY SPEAK ENGLISH-GIRLS)

12 WHERE DO I LIVE? DONDE VIVO YO? SPANISH ENGLISH YO VIVO I live TU VIVES you live EL VIVE he lives ELLA VIVE she lives NOSOTROS VIVIMOS we live ELLOS SON they live

13 ELLAS SON they live WHAT DO I WANT? QUE QUIERO YO? SPANISH ENGLISH YO QUIERO I want TU QUIERES you want EL QUIERE he wants ELLA QUIERE she wants NOSOTROS QUEREMOS we want ELLOS QUIEREN they want ELLAS QUIEREN they want

14 PAPAS FRITAS (FRENCH FRIES) HAMBURGUESA (HAMBURGER) CHOCOLATE (CHOCOLATE) PALOMITAS (POP CORN) HELADO

15 PIZZA WHAT DO I NEED? QUE NECESITO YO? SPANISH ENGLISH YO NECESITO I need TU NECESITAS you need EL NECESITA he needs ELLA NECESITA she needs NOSOTROS NECESITAMOS we need ELLOS NECESITAN they need (boys) ELLAS NECESITAN they need (girls)

16 Classroom items UNA SILLA UN BORRADOR UN LAPIZ (The chair) (the eraser) (the pencil) UN LIBRO UNA PLUMA UN PAPEL (The book) (the pen) (the paper) UN ESCRITORIO UNA MOCHILA

17 (The desk) (The backpack) What do I have? QUE TENGO YO? SPANISH ENGLISH YO TENGO I have TU TIENES you have EL TIENE he has ELLA TIENE she has NOSOTROS TENEMOS we have ELLOS TIENEN they have (boys)

18 ELLAS TIENEN they have (girls TENGO SED TENGO HAMBRE (I am thirsty) (I am hungry) TENGO FRIO TENGO CALOR (I am cold) (I am hot) TENGO PRISA TENGO SUENO

19 (I am in a hurry) (I am sleepy) WHAT DO I WEAR? QUE ROPA LLEVO YO? SPANISH ENGLISH YO LLEVO I wear TU LLEVAS you wear EL LLEVA he wears ELLA LLEVA she wears NOSOTROS LLEVAMOS we wear ELLOS LLEVAN they wear (boys) ELLAS LLEVAN they wear (girls)

20 CLOTHING ITEMS LA CAMISETA LOS PANTALONES LA BLUSA (The T-shirt) (The pants) (The blouse) EL VESTIDO LOS CALCETINES LOS ZAPATOS (The dress) (The dress) (The shoes) El SUETER LA FALDA LA CHAQUETA (The sweater) (The dress) (The JACKET)

21 COLORS Place the corresponding color paper on the lines below BLANCO GRIS NEGRO ROJ0 ROSADO CAFÉ (MARRON) VERDE AZUL MORADO AMARILLO ANARANJADO rubio (blonde)

22 Translate to Spanish: 1. Mi (My) pelo es (is) rubio HAIR BLONDE 2. Mis (my) son (are) EYES BLUE 3. MI es JACKETS RED 4. Mi es T-SHIRT WHITE 5. Mis son PANTS BROWN 6. Mis son SOCKS YELLOW 7. Mis son SHOES BLACK 8. Mi es BLOUSE PINK 9. MI es DRESS ORANGE 10. Mi es SWEATER GRAY

23 WHAT DO I LOVE? A QUIEN AMO YO? SPANISH ENGLISH YO AMO I love TU AMAS you love EL AMA he loves ELLA AMA she loves NOSOTROS AMAMOS we love ELLOS AMAN they love ELLAS AMAN they love

24 FAMILY Draw a picture of members of your family ABUELO TIO NIETO o o o ABUELA TIA NIETA PAPA MAMA HIJO o HIJA HERMANO PRIMO SOBRINO o o o HERMANA PRIMA SOBRINA

25 HOW DO I FEEL? FELIZ TRISTE CANSADO (HAPPY) (SAD) (TIRED) ENOJADO ABURRIDO CONFUNDIDO (ANGRY) (BORED) (CONFUSED) ENFERMO BIEN NERVIOSO (SICK) (FINE) (NERVOUS)

26 TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I AM TIRED 2. ARE YOU SICK? 3. HE IS BUSY 4. SHE IS NOT NERVOUS 5. WE ARE BORED 6. THEY (BOYS) ARE ANGRY

27 7. THEY (GIRLS) ARE SAD TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I LIKE TO TALK ON THE PHONE (POR TELEFONO) 2. YOU LIKE TO EAT AND (Y) EAT AND EAT. 3. HE LIKES TO LISTEN TO MUSIC 4. SHE LIKES TO PLAY PIANO 5. WE LIKE TO PLAY WITH MY FRIENDS (CON MIS AMIGOS) 6. THEY (BOYS) LIKE TO SING

28 7. THEY (GIRLS) LIKE TO DANCE TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I SPEAK ENGLISH 2. DO YOU SPEAK ENGLISH? 3. DOES HE SPEAK ENGLISH? 4. DOES SHE SPEAKS SPANISH 5. WE SPEAK ENGLISH NOT SPANISH

29 6. THEY (BOYS) DON T SPEAK ENGLISH 7. THEY (GIRLS) DON T SPEAK SPANISH TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I LIVE IN PLEASANT GROVE 2. WHERE (DONDE) DO YOU LIVE? 3. HE LIVES IN AMERICAN FORK 4. DOES SHE LIVE IN PLEASANT GROVE OR AEMERICAN FORK

30 5. WE LIVE IN OREM 6. THEY (BOYS) LIVE IN UTAH 7. THEY (GIRLS) LIVE IN UNITED STATES TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I WANT FOOD (COMIDA) 2. WHAT DO YOU WANT? 3. HE WANTS FRENCH FRIES

31 4. SHE WANTS POP CORN 5. WE DO NOT WANT PIZZA 6. THEY (BOYS) WANT HAMBURGERS 7. THEY (GIRLS) WANT CHOCOLATES. TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I AM TIRED

32 2. ARE YOU SICK? 3. HE IS BUSY 4. SHE IS NOT NERVOUS 5. WE ARE BORED 6. THEY (BOYS) ARE ANGRY 7. THEY (GIRLS) ARE SAD TRANSLATE TO SPANISH

33 1. I AM THRISTY 2. ARE YOU HUNGRY? 3. HE IS COLD 4. SHE IS NOT SLEEPY 5. WE ARE HOT 6. THEY (BOYS) ARE IN A HURRY 7. THEY (GIRLS) ARE EMBARRASED (VERGUENZA)

34 TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. TEACHER, I NEED A CHAIR 2. DO YOU NEED AN ERASER? 3. HE DOES NOT NEED A PEN 4. SHE NEEDS A DESK 5. WE NEED PAPER 6. THEY (BOYS) NEED A PENCIL

35 7. THEY (GIRLS) NEED A BACKPACK SPANISH PRONOUNS YO (I) NOSOTROS (we) TU (you) EL (he) ELLOS (they- boys)

36 ELLA (she) ELLAS (they- girls) TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I WEAR PANTS 2. ARE YOU WEARING SHOES? 3. HE WEARS A SWEATER 4. SHE WEARS A SKIRT 5. WE WEAR T-SHIRTS

37 6. THEY (BOYS) WEAR JACKETS 7. THEY (GIRLS) DO NOT WEAR DRESSES TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I HAVE TWO EYES (OJOS) 2. YOU HAVE FOUR CHAIRS? 3. HE HAS FOURTEEN PENS 4. SHE HAS TWENTY ERASERS

38 5. WE HAVE TEN BACKPACKS 6. THEY (BOYS) HAVE SEVEN PENCILS 7. THEY (GIRLS) HAVE SIX BOOKS TRANSLATE TO SPANISH 1. I LOVE MY (MI) MOTHER 2. DO YOU LOVE YOUR (TU) MOM? 3. HE LOVES HIS (SU) GRANDSON

39 4. SHE LOVES HER (SU) SISTER 5. WE LOVE OUR (NUESTRO) FATHER 6. THEY (BOYS) LOVE THEIR (SU) COUSIN 7. THEY (GIRLS) LOVE THEIR GRANDMOTHER

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