7th Grade/Spanish 1A Back-to

Bienvenidos a la clase de español
Welcome to Spanish Class
Srta. Cloherty
Ch. 4: Grammar and Vocabulary
1) Pastimes, sports, and names of places in the city
2) Present tense conjugations of the irregular verb ir- to go
ir + a + infinitive - immediate future
3) Conjugations of stem-changing verbs.
(e-ie) Empezar- Yo empiezo. I begin.
(e-i) Pedir- Usted pide. You (formal) ask for.
(o-ue) Dormir- Ellos duermen. They sleep.
Jugar (to play) is the only stem changing verb in which the u changes to a ue
(u-ue) Jugar- Tú juegas. You (informal) play.
*The stems do not change in the nosotros/nosotras and vosotros/vosotras form.*
4) Conjugations of verbs with irregular yo forms (Yo- I)
Ch. 4: Culture
1) Soccer rivalries and sports related terms
2) Lionel Messi and Lorena Ochoa
3) Baseball in the Caribbean
4) Geography and culture of Mexico
Ch. 5: Grammar and Vocabulary
1) Travel, vacation, weather, and ordinal numbers
2) Using ser (to be) and estar (to be) in sentences
3) Feelings and conditions.
4) Present progressive of regular and irregular verbs- Estar(conjugated) + present participle
5) Direct objects and direct object pronouns
me- me
nos- us
te- you (familiar)
os- you all (familiar)
lo- you (formal, masculine), him, it
los- you all (masculine, formal),
them (masculine)
la- you(formal, feminine) her, it
las- you all (feminine, formal),
them (feminine)
Example: She reads the book. Ella lee el libro.------ She reads it. Ella lo lee.
I share the food. Yo comparto la comida.----- I share it. Yo la comparto.
6) Personal a
Ch. 5: Culture
1) Geography, history, and culture of Puerto Rico
2) Iguazú Falls
Ch. 6: Grammar and Vocabulary
1) Clothing
2) Express preferences
3) Preterite tense of regular and irregular verbs- used to express actions or states completed
in the past
4) To know (saber and conocer)
5) Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns - This shoe, Those shoes, That shoe, Those shoes
over there
6) Indirect objects and indirect object pronouns
me- (to/for) me
nos- (to/for) us
te- (to/for) you (familiar)
os- (to/for) you all (familiar)
le- (to/for) you(formal), him/her, it les- (to/for) you all (formal), them
Ch. 6: Culture
1) Open-air markets
2) Fashion of Carolina Herrera and other Hispanic
3) Cultural, geographic, and historical information
about Cuba
Studying and Practicing at Home
1) Repetition and continuity are key!
2) Continually change the location and method of
3) Teach the material to a parent, guardian, family
member, or friend.
Need Help?
Room H 105
2:45 - 3:15 
Thank you!
Srta. Cloherty
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