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02 También & Tampoco

Posted by Señor Jordan on Feb 7, 2014 in affirmative and negative expressions, agreement, grammar, year 2 |

¡Hola!  In this video lesson, we’re going to be going over some affirmative and negative expressions.  The expressions we will cover in these videos are también (also, too) and tampoco (neither).

Explanation:

 

Practice 1:

Practice 2:

 

Let me know if you have any questions or comments below!

Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):
bañarse – to take a bath
     me baño – I take a bath
comer – to eat
     comió – s/he ate
conducir – to drive
creer – to believe
     creemos – we believe
despertarse – to wake up
     se despiertan – they wake up
estar – to be
    estuvo – s/he was
fascinar – to fascinate
     le fascina – s/he is fascinated by…
gustar – to be pleasing
     le gusta – s/he likes
hablar – to talk / to speak
hacer – to do / to make
     hace calor – it’s hot
ir – to go
     fueron – they went
leer – to read
     leemos – we read
llamar – to call
     se llama – he/she calls himself/herself
nadar – to swim
poder – to be able
     puede – s/he can
     puedo – I can
querer – to want / to love
     quiere – s/he wants / s/he loves
saber – to know
     sabe – s/he knows
ser – to be
     es – s/he is
tener – to have
     tiene – s/he has
trabajar – to work
     trabaja – s/he works
ver – to see
vivir – to live
vive – s/he lives
viven – they live

sustantivos (nouns):
el año – the year
el cine – the movie theater
el cumpleaños – the birthday
el día – the day
el gato – the cat
el papá – the dad
el pelo – the hair
la mamá – the mom
la mitología – mythology
la televisión – the television
la universidad – the university / college
los chicos – the boys
los extraterrestres – the aliens
los idiomas – the languages
los libros – the books
una caja – a box
una casa – a house
una isla – an island
una novia – a girlfriend
una tortuga – a turtle
una vez – a time
un elefante – an elephant
un estudiante – a student
un hijo – a kid / a son
un pedazo – a piece
un restaurante – a restaurant

otro (other):
a – to
cada – each
canoso – grey (for hair)
cuatro – four
de – of
dos – two
donde – where
en – in / at / on
enfermo / enferma – sick
joven – young
me – to me
mi(s) – my
no – no
nórdico / nórdica – Norse
siete – seven
temprano – early
que – that
viejo / vieja – old
ya – already

Related videos:

  1. Algo & Nada
  2. Alguien & Nadie
  3. Siempre, Nunca & Jamás
  4. Algún & Ningún
  5. Y, O & Ni
  6. Affirmative & Negative Expressions Test #1
  7. Affirmative & Negative Expressions Test #2
  8. Forming Double, Triple & Quadruple Negatives in Spanish

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1 Comment

Margaret
Feb 22, 2014 at 6:16 pm

Hola Sr. Jordan,

Firstly thank you very much for the wonderful videos – please don’t stop. They are really helpful.

I wanted to ask you some question about the por vs para video please. I tried to apply them to the following questions:

(1.) ……………..llegar alli, tienes que cojer el metro.

(2.) ?Has pasado……….. la panaderia…………… comprar el pan?

I got confused with the first one – not sure whether it’s “reason/cause of action” i.e. ‘in order to (por) arrive here… or whether it’s a “purpose or a goal” therefore ‘para’.

And for the second one, the first half of the question definitely requires ‘para’ (i.e. in the direction of) but the second half, I thought ‘por’ because the bread is an object of search?

What do you think please?

Keep up the great work Sr. Jordan.

Margaret


 

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