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02 Hay que + infinitive

Posted by Señor Jordan on Jul 21, 2011 in grammar, present, verbs, year 2 |

¡Hola!  In this video lesson we review the word hay (there is/there are) and learn a useful phrase with it: hay que.  We use hay que to say that something is necessary.  It’s kind of an indirect way of telling people what to do and so much more.  Enjoy!

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Or feel free to practice your own “hay que” phrase.

Vocabulario:

sustantivos (nouns):
alguien – someone, somebody
algo – something
consejo – advice
++buen consejo – good advice
++mal consejo – bad advice
dinero – money
el álgebra -algebra
el café – coffee
el chico – the boy
el coche – car
el dentista – dentist (male)
el disco – cd
el estudiante – the student
el inglés – English
el lápiz – pencil
el laxante – laxative
el libro – book
el plátano – banana, plantain
el profesor – the (male) teacher
el trabajo – work
la basura – the trash
la calificación – grade
la cama – bed
la cámara – camera
la camisa – shirt
la carta – letter
la clase – class
la cocina – the kithen
la comida – food
la discoteca – the dance club
la felicidad – happiness
la llave – key
la muela – tooth (molar)
la mujer – woman
la naranja – orange
la novia – girlfriend
la piña – pineapple
la pluma – pen, ballpoint pen
la proteína – protein
la reina – queen
mañana – tomorrow
– me (after preposition)
una cita – date, appointment
un examen – test
un palo – a stick
un zapato usado – a used shoe

verbos (verbs):
bailar – to dance
cantar – to sing
comer – to eat
++come – s/he eats
complicar – to complicate
comprender – to understand
++comprendo – I understand
creer – to believe, to think
dar – to give
descansar – to rest
doler – to hurt
++me duelen – They hurt me.
escuchar – to listen (to)
esperar – to wait
estar – to be
++está enfermo – he is sick
++está enojada – she is mad
++estoy enamorado de – I am in love (and a male) with
estudiar – to study
existir – to exist
++existo – I exist
hablar – to talk
++habla – s/he speaks
hacer – to do, to make
++hacer ejercicio – to (do) exercise
leer – to read
llegar – to arrive
llorar – to cry
ir – to go
++voy – I go / I’m going
ignorar – to ignore
jugar – to play
++juega al básquetbol – s/he plays basketball
oler – to smell
++huele mal – it smells bad
pegar – to hit
poner – to put
practicar – to practice
prestar atención – to pay attention
quedarse – to remain, to stay
saber – to know
++sabe – s/he knows
sacar – to take (out)
sentirse – to feel
++me siento – I feel
ser – to be
++es – it is
++son – they are
tener – to have
++tengo hambre – I am hungry
++tiene – s/he has
trabajar – to work
tratar – to treat, to try
ver – to see

otro (other):
antes de – before
como – like
con – with
conmigo – with me
de – from, of, about
después de – after
en – in; on
le – to him, to her
interesante – interesting
mal – bad, poorly
malo / mala – bad
más – more
mi – my
muy – very
nada – nothing
no – no
para – for; in order to
que – that
si – if
siempre – always
su – his, her
y – and

related videos:

  1. Numbers 1-15
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  3. Vocabulario: – Los colores (parte 2): los adjetivos
  4. Hay – (there is/ there are)

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1 Comment

Bunny Superville
Sep 21, 2011 at 5:08 pm

Great Video.
Is it possible for you to make a video about internet chatting shortcuts and abbreviations
eg. lol, g2g, ttyl …etc
it you be useful to know when chatting to spanish nationals online on chatrooms.
Thank you


 

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