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SMS 8th grade FINAL

FINAL

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El, la, los and las all mean... the. They are defininte articles.
Un, una, unos and unas mean.... ___, ____, or _____. a, an or some. They are indefinite articles.
ADJECTIVES: ugly girl fea
PRONOUNS: she ella
ADJECTIVES: good kids buenos
List the 4 definite articles. el, la, los, las
PRONOUNS: I yo
ADJECTIVES: pretty girls bonitas
PRONOUNS: she ella
ADJECTIVES: hardworking boys trabajadores
List the 4 indefinite articles. un, una, unos, unas
PRONOUNS: he él
ADJECTIVES: funny girl cómica
ADJECTIVES: dark haired girls morenas
PRONOUNS: we nosotros
PRONOUNS: they (boys) ellos
ADJECTIVES: tall boys altos
PRONOUNS: you all (you guys) uds.
ADJECTIVES: lazy boy perezoso
PRONOUNS: you (my friend)
ADJECTIVES: active girls activas
VERBOS: to play a sport jugar a
FORM OF IR + INFINITIVE (WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN)... I'm going to run. Yo voy a correr.
LIKES: I/creamy, cold, Blast Me gusta el helado.
HOW DO YOU CHOOSE THE APPROPRIATE DEFINITE or INDEFINITE ARTICLE? look at the ending of the following word.
VERBOS: to come, to arrive venir
SER / ADJECTIVES: She is tall. Ella es alta.
LIST THE -AR VERB ENDINGS... o, as, a, amos, an
LIKES: Lily / loud music, friends / no A Lily no le gustan las fiestas.
SER / ADJECTIVES: I am smart. Yo soy inteligente
FORM OF IR + INFINITIVE (WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN)... We are going to study. Nosotros vamos a estudiar
VERBOS: to read leer
LIKES: Juan y yo / Indiana Jones on the Big Screen A nosotros nos gustan las peliculas de aventuras.
SER / ADJECTIVES: We are nice. Nosotros somos simpaticos.
Q/A: ¿Cómo estás? Estoy...how you are feeling.
LIST THE -ER VERB ENDINGS... o, es, e, emos, eis, en
SER / ADJECTIVES: He is handsome Él es guapo.
LIKES: Ana y Rosa / Taylor Swift MP3 A ellas (A Ana y Rosa) les gusta la musica de Taylor Swift.
Q/A: ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños? Mi cumpleaños es el # de month.
VERBOS: to write escribir
Q/A: ¿Cuántos años tienes? Tengo # años.
SER / ADJECTIVES: They are athletic. Ellos son atleticos. or Ellas son atleticas.
FORM OF IR + INFINITIVE (WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN)... She is going to sing. Ella va a cantar.
VERBOS: to be (I am, you are, etc.) ser
LIST THE -IR VERB ENDINGS... o, es, e, imos, is, en
Q/A: ¿Qué materia tienes? (name 2) Yo tengo (two classes).
VERBOS: to talk, to speak hablar
Q/A: ¿Cómo eres? (name 2) Soy (2 adjectives that describe you)
VERBOS: to run correr
TENER EXPRESSIONS: YOU ARE 12 YEARS OLD. (YOU HAVE 12 YEARS.) Tu tienes 12 años.
VERBOS: to like gustar
FORM OF IR + INFINITIVE (WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN)... They are going to rest. Ellos (Ellas) van a descansar.
VERBOS: to go ir
Q/A: ¿Cuántas personas hay en tu familia? Hay # personas en mi familia.
TENER EXPRESSIONS: WE FEEL LIKE Tenemos ganas de...
VERBOS: to have tener
TENER EXPRESSIONS: I HAVE TO... Tengo que...
VERBOS: to want querer
TENER EXPRESSIONS: THEY ARE THIRSTY. Ellos tienen sed.
VERBOS: to work trabajar
MISC VOCAB: CORTAR EL CESPED to cut the grass
Q/A: ¿Cómo te llamas? Me llamo...name.
TENER EXPRESSIONS: SHE IS IN A HURRY. Ella tiene prisa.
Q/A: ¿De dónde eres? Soy de...where you are from.
MISC VOCAB: ORGANIZAR mi cuarto to organize my room
TENER EXPRESSIONS: HE IS HUNGRY. El tiene hambre.
MISC VOCAB: VA a VER going to see
MISC VOCAB: VIVE she lives
List all FORMS OF TENER yo tengo, tu tienes, el/ella/ud tiene, nosotros tenemos, ellos/ellas/uds. tienen
List all FORMS OF VENIR yo vengo, tu vienes, el/ella ud viene, nosotros venimos, ellos/ellas/uds. vienen
List all FORMS OF SER yo soy, tu eres, el/ella/ud es, nosotros somos, ellos/ellas/uds son
List all FORMS OF JUGAR yo juego, tu juegas, el/ella/ud juega, nosotros jugamos, ellos/ellas/uds juegan
List all FORMS OF IR yo voy, tu vas, el/ella/ud. va, nosotros vamos, ellos/ellas/uds van
List all FORMS OF QUERER yo quiero, tu quieres, el/ella/ud quiere, nosotros queremos, ellos/ellas/uds. quieren
Created by: smsspanish