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Spanish Unit 2

Asking questions

QuestionAnswer
?Co/mo te llamas? (What is your name-How are you called?) Me llamo es <name>. (I am called/My name is...)
?Co/mo se escribe...? (How do you spell...?) Se escribe... (It is spelled... note: spanish doesn't have an 'it', so just use the irregular verbs for 'el/ella/usted')
?Eres de America? (Are you from America?) Soy de America. (I am from America).
?Eres Americano? (Are you American?) -
?Donde/ vives? (Where do you live?) Vivo en America. (I live in America.)
?Hablas espan~ol? (Do you speak Spanish) No hablo espan~ol. (I do not speak Spanish.) Note: it is 'hablo' for both men and women in this format as conjugating a verb is different from aligning an adjective to nouns e.g. el hablo or ella habla. Verbs do not have conjugation rules
How do adjectives change? They change based on the gender of the noun they relate to.
What are nationalities, grammar-wise? They are adjectives.
What are interrogatives? Words used to ask questions.
How do you ask questions <with> interrogatives in spanish? You can use "Do/nde, Co/mo or Que/"
What does Do/nde, Co/mo and Que/ mean in english? They mean Where, How, What
What are the structures for using the interrogatives Do/nde, Co/mo and Que/? ?Do/nde + Verb?, ?Co/mo + Verb?, and ?Que/ + Noun + Verb?
?Que/ idiomas hablas? (What languages do you speak?) Soy hablas Ingle/s. (I speak english.)
How do you ask questions <without> interrogatives? Just raise the tone of the voice towards the end, like in English: How. vs How?