spanish midterm by: lindsay leatherman

alfabeto español- spanish alphabet

letter: (a) spanish: (a) english: (ah)

b - be- bay

c - ce- say

ch - che- chay

d - de- day

e - e- ay

f -efe- ay fay

g -ge- hay

h -hache- ah chay

i -i- ee

j -jota- ho ta

k -ka- kah

l -ele- ay lay

ll -elle- ay yay

m -eme- ay may

n -ene- ay hay

ñ -eñe- ay nyay

o -o- oh

p -pe- pay

q -cu- koo

r -ere- ay ray

rr -erre- ay rray

s -ese- ay say

t -te- tay

u -u- oo

v -ve- vay

w -doble ve- do blay vay

x -equis- ay kees

y -i griega- eegree ay ga

z - zeta- say ta


0- cero

1- uno

2- dos

3- tres

4- cuatro

5- cinco

6- seis

7- siete

8- ocho

9- nueve

10- diez

11- once

12- doce

13- trece

14- catorce

15- quince

16- dieciséis

17- diecisiete

18- dieciocho

19- diecinueve

20- veinte

21- vrintiuno

22- veintidos

23- veintitres

24- veinticuatro

25- veinticinco

26- veintiseis

27- veintisiete

28- veintiocho

29- veinttihueve

30- treinta

40- cuarenta

50- cincuenta

60- sesenta

70- setenta

80- ochenta

90- noventa

100- cien


what time is it? - que hora es?

1:00pm - 1:59pm: es la una son las

half: 30 minutes: media

1/4: 15 minutes: cuarto

minus: menos

hour: hora

minute: minuto


January: enero

February: febrero

March: marzo

April: abril

May: mayo

June: junio

July: julio

August: agosto

September: septiembre

October: octubre

November: noviembre

December: dicimbre

seasons- las estaciong

winter- invierno

spring- primavera

summer- verano

fall- otoño

weather is bad- hace mal tiempo

weather is good- hace buen tiempo

there's a storm- hay una tomenta

lighting- relampago

it's chilly- esta frego

los verbos- verbs

there are 4 types of verbs: regular, irregular, stemchanging, reflexive

infinitive- a verb that is not conjugated has er/ir/ar endings "to" do the action

vivir- to lie

3 verb ending types- ar/er/ir

conjugating- changing the verb to match the tense and the subject

how to conjugate verbs:

1. box your stem

2. determine the ending

3. find your subject for needed ending

4. drop your ar/er/ir ending

5. add the needed ending

ser vs. estar

ser is used with/for:

1. date

2. occupation

3. charcteristics

4. time

5. origin

6. relation

estar is used with/for:

1. postition

2. location

3. action

4. condition

5. emotion


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