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Spanish December Newsletter
Published by Kristie Motz on September 2, 2018
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Mexican sombrero hat, red chilli pepper and maracas shakers

La Voz

  In the month of ‘diciembre’, we will begin our unit on foods and family, compare foods eaten in Spanish countries during the holidays to those in America and review our Spanish study guides.  Although the Spanish study guides are listed at the bottom of this newsletter on line, your child will be receiving a paper copy this month (some may have received theirs at the end of November). Please review your study guide at home, try your best to come to class prepared, be ready to participate, do all of your assigned work and show your best Ashley behavior! I look forward to another great month in español! Merry Christmas! ¡Feliz Navidad!

Señora Stewart

 

*vocabulario:  la comida = food, el queso = cheese, la leche = milk, la papa = potato, el jugo = juice, el pan = bread, el pollo = chicken, la ensalada = salad, la fruta = fruit, el plátano = banana, la sopa = soup, el sandwich = sandwich, las bebidas = drinks, los vegetales = vegetables, el agua = water, la naranja = orange and la manzana = apple.

Spanish Study Guide 2018Spanish Study Guide:

DO NOT THROW AWAY!  YOUR CHILD WILL BE TESTED ON THIS MATERIAL!

COLORES:

  1. black = negro (NEH-groh)
  2. brown = café  (kah-FAY)
  3. blue = azul  (ah-SOOL)
  4. green = verde  (VAYR-day)
  5. purple = morado  (moh-RAH-doh)
  6. orange = anaranjado  (ah-nah-rahn-HA-doh)
  7. gray = gris  (grees)
  8. pink = rosado  (roh-SAH-doh)
  9. white = blanco  (BLAHN-koh)
  10. red = rojo (ROH-hoh)
  11. yellow = amarillo (ah-mah-REE-yoh)

 

FRASES:

Buenos días = Good morning

Buenas tardes = Good afternoon

Buenas noches = Good night

¿Cómo estás? = How are you?

Bien = fine, mal = bad, así-así= so-so

¿Cómo te llamas? = What’s your name?

Me llamo ________ = My name is __________

¿Cuántos años tienes? = How old are you?

Tengo _____ años. = I am ______ years old.

¿Puedo sacarle punta a mi lápiz? = Can I sharpen my pencil?

¿Puedo ir al baño? = May I go to the bathroom?

¿Puedo beber agua? = May I get a drink of water?

¿Puedo usar el borrador? = May I use the eraser?

Levántense = Stand up

Siéntense = Sit down

Escucha = Listen

Escribe = Write

¿Hay preguntas? = Are there any questions?

No comprendo = I don’t understand

Repitan por favor = Repeat please

Con permiso = Excuse me

Gracias/de nada = Thank you/you’re welcome

¿Por qué? (pohr-KAY) = Why?

Porque  (POHR-kay) = Because

 

 

NÚMEROS:

1 = uno  (OO-noh)                             18 = dieciocho

2 = dos  (dohs)                                       (dee-ehs-ee-OH-choh)

3 = tres  (trehs)                            19 = diecinueve

4 = cuatro  (KWAH-troh)                   (dee-ehs-ee-noo-EH-veh)

5 = cinco  (SEEN-koh)                     20 = veinte  (VAYN-tay)

6 = seis  (sace ‘like face’)

7 = siete  (see-AY-teh)

8 = ocho  (OH-choh)

9 = nueve  (noo-EH-veh)

10 = diez  (dee-EHS)

11 = once  (OHN-seh)

12 = doce  (DOH-seh)

13 = trece  (TRAY-seh)

14 = catorce  (kah-TOHR-seh)

15 = quince  (KEEN-seh)

16 = dieciséis  (dee-ehs-ee-SACE)

17 = dieciseite  (dee-ehs-ee-see-AY-teh)

 

        
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