Grammar

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SPANISH 1

Gender of nouns/ plurality/ def/indef. Articles:

Personal pronouns

Ser

Adjective agreement

Possessive “de”

Possessive Adjectives

Regular Present Tense “-ar” Verbs

Regular Present Tense “-er/-ir” Verbs

Regular Present Tense “ar,er,ir” review sheet

Irregular verbs “ir, dar, ver”

Ir a + inf.:

Ser and Estar:

Gustar (and other similar verbs):

Stem changing present tense verbs

2 verbs in 1 sentence

Direct/ indirect object pronouns:

Present progressive:

Jugar (u-ue) al:

Reflexive Verbs:

Saber vs. Conocer

Usted/ ustedes commands

 

SPANISH 2:

Ordinal numbers:

Ser v Estar:

Superlatives:

Absolute Superlative (ísimo):

Irregular Comparative Adjectives:

Demonstrative Adjectives:

Possessive Adjectives/ Possessive

Present Tense Verbs:

Negative sentences/ verbiage:

Present Tense Stem Changing Shoe Verbs:

Present Tense “go” Verbs:

Car, gar, zar verbs:

Present Progressive:

Present Progressive (Stem Changers):

2 verbs 1 sentence:

Tener Expressions:

Hacer Expressions:

Sacar Expressions:

Gustar/ similar verbs:

Reflexive:

Equality (as much/many as):

DOP/IOP:

Describing actions done for  amount of time:

Commands (usted/ ustedes):

Tú commands:

Describing time

Preterite (Past) Tense Verbs:

Irregular (Spelling Change) Past Tense (U, J, I):

Irregular (ir, ser, ver, dar) Past Tense:

“-ir” Stem Changing Verbs in the Past:

Verbs that change meaning in the past:

Imperfect Tense:

 

SPANISH 3:

 

 

SPANISH 4/AP: