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SPN II Oct. 21
SPN II Oct. 28
Los Verbos Reflexivos
Illustrate Reflexive verbs
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acostarse (o → ue) to go
to bed
afeitarse to shave
arreglarse (el pelo) to fix
(one’s hair)
bañarse to take a bath
cepillarse (los dientes) to
brush (one’s teeth)
cortarse el pelo to cut
one’s hair
despertarse (e → ie) to
wake up
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ducharse to take a shower
levantarse to get up
lavarse (la cara) to wash
(one’s face)
pintarse (las uñas) to paint,
to polish(one’s nails)
ponerse to put on
prepararse to get ready
secarse to dry
vestirse (e → i) to get
dressed
Lunes
Reflexive verbs
• Students write a list of items they need to get ready to go out.
• To say that people do something to or for themselves, you use reflexive
verbs. For example, washing one’s hands and brushing one’s hair are
reflexive actions because the person doing the action also receives the
action.
– Antes de una cita, (yo) me ducho y me arreglo el pelo.
• You know that a verb is reflexive if its infinitive form ends with the letters
se.
– ducharse
• The reflexive pronouns in Spanish are me, te, se, nos, and os. Each
pronoun corresponds to a different subject. Here are the present-tense
forms of the reflexive verb secarse:
vestirse
(yo) me visto
(nosotros) (nosotras) nos vestimos
(tú) te vistes
(vosotros)(vosotras)
os vestís
Ud.
(él) se viste
(ella)
Uds. (ellos) (ellas)
se visten
Martes
• Student textbook: Ch. 2A study vocabulary
about daily routines.
• Watch video (trans. 46) and recognize new
voc.
• Audio track 4 act. 2 p. 75
• Reflexive Verbs Prueba 2A-3
• Prueba Ser – Estar 2A-4
Miércoles Verbs and expressions that use the infinitive
When you use two verbs together in Spanish, the second one is usually the infinitive.
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Óscar prefiere llevar jeans los fines de semana.
¿Vas a llevar un suéter esta noche?
• Here are some verbs and expressions that you have
used that are often followed by an infinitive:
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me gusta / gustaría
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me encanta
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poder (o → ue)
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deber
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preferir (e → ie) I like / would like
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I love
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to be able
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ought to, should
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to prefer
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querer (e → ie)
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pensar (e → ie)
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necesitar
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tener que
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ir a to want
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to plan
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to need
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to have to
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to be going to
You can use the present tense of the verb acabar followed by
de + the infinitive to indicate that something has just
happened:
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Nosotros acabamos de escuchar esa canción.
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We just listened to that song. To complete this activity,
work with a
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partner in your classroom.
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¿Qué quieres hacer?
Pregúntale a otro(a) estudiante si quiere hacer algo este fin
de semana.
Modelo
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A — ¿Quieres ir al parque conmigo?
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B — Sí, me gustaría ir al parque pero acabo de caminar
con mi amiga.
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o: No, gracias. No puedo ir porque mi primo acaba de
llegar.
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1. ir al cine
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2. estudiar español
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3. tomar un refresco
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4. jugar al béisbol
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5. venir a mi casa
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6. escuchar música
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7. ¡Respuesta personal!
Miércoles
• Possessive Adj. 2A-5
• P.2/2
– Review of vocab. & grammar 1 Go-Online
– Review of vocab. & grammar 2 Go-Online
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English to Spanish
Spanish to EnglishVocabulario adicional
Resumen de gramática
Verbos
Expresiones útiles para conversar
Authors
Contributing Writers and Consultants
Why Study Spanish?
Study Tips
TEKS
Acknowledgments
Grammar IndexBasic Skills
Experimental Methods
Science SafetyReading Strategies
Graphic OrganizersFractions; Ratios and Proportions
Percents and Decimals; Exponents
Scientific Notation; Significant Figures
Formulas and Equations; Conversion Factors
Data Tables; Bar Graphs; Circle Graphs; Line GraphsA primera vista
¿Más maquillaje?
¿Qué emergencia tiene Gloria? ¿Cómo se arreglan Raúl y Tomás? Lee la historia para saber.
Estrategia
Relating to your own experience
Making a connection between your own life and what you are reading will help you to
understand a story better. Think about the following:
• Have you ever done a favor for someone, only to regret it later?
Raúl: No dan nada interesante hoy.
Tomás: Tienes razón. ¿Por qué no tomamos un refresco?
Gloria: (al teléfono) ¡Ay, no! ¿Estás seguro? ¿Qué podemos hacer? Un momento, tengo una
idea.
Gloria: ¿Les gustaría participar en una obra de teatro? Es una emergencia. Necesitamos a dos
personas
y tienen que venir rápidamente.
Raúl: ¿En qué? ¡No!
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English to Spanish
Spanish to EnglishVocabulario adicional
Resumen de gramática
Verbos
Expresiones útiles para conversar
Authors
Contributing Writers and Consultants
Why Study Spanish?
Study Tips
TEKS
Acknowledgments
Grammar IndexBasic Skills
Experimental Methods
Science SafetyReading Strategies
Graphic OrganizersFractions; Ratios and Proportions
Percents and Decimals; Exponents
Scientific Notation; Significant Figures
Formulas and Equations; Conversion Factors
Data Tables; Bar Graphs; Circle Graphs; Line GraphsA primera vista
¿Más maquillaje?
¿Qué emergencia tiene Gloria? ¿Cómo se arreglan Raúl y Tomás? Lee la historia para saber.
Estrategia
Relating to your own experience
Making a connection between your own life and what you are reading will help you to
understand a story better. Think about the following:
• Have you ever done a favor for someone, only to regret it later?
Review for test next Tuesday
• Reflexives
• Possessives
• Reflexive pronouns
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