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02 Y, O & Ni

¡Hola!  In this video lesson, we’re going to be going over some affirmative and negative expressions.  The expressions we will cover in this video are y (and), o (or) and ni (not one; neither).

Explanation:

 

Practice 1:

 

Practice 2:

 

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Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):
cepillarse – to brush one self
    me cepillo – I brush myself
    te cepillas – you brush yourself
comer – to eat
     comieron – they ate
comprar – to buy
     compraste – you bought
     compré – I bought
conocer – to know (person, place)
     conozco – I know
doler – to hurt
     me duele – my ___ hurts
     te duele – your ___ hurts
estar – to be
     estás – you are
     estoy – I am
gustar – to be pleasing
     le gustan – s/he likes
hablar – to speak / to talk
     habla – s/he speaks / s/he talks
ir – to go
     vamos – we go
     van – they go / you all go
jugar – to play
     juegan – they play
levantar – to lift
llamar – to call
     se llama – he/she calls himself/herself
llegar – to arrive
mirar – to watch
     mira – s/he watches
parecer – to seem / to appear
     parece – s/he seems / s/he appears
poder – to be able / can
     podemos – we can
     pueden – they can / you all can
saber – to know
     saben – they know
     sé – I know
ser – to be
     eres – you are
     soy – I am
tener – to have
     tiene – s/he has
trabajar – to work
     trabajas – you work

sustantivos (nouns):
el avión – the plane
el bote – the boat
el hermano – the brother
el número – the number
el papá – the dad
el perrito – the little dog
el restaurante – the restaurant
el tenis – tennis
el trabajo – work
el tren – the train
la casa – the house
la mamá – the mom
la mano – the hand
la mañana – the morning
la niña – the girl
la noche – the night
la pierna – the leg
la respuesta – the answer
la tienda de ropa – the clothing store
las chicas – the girls
las rocas – the rocks
las verduras – the vegetables
la televisión – the television
los amigos – the friends
los chicos – the boys
los dientes – the teeth
los mariscos – the seafood
los papás – the parents
ninguno – none
una amiga – a (female) friend
una novia – a girlfriend
un coche – a car

otro (other):
a – to
alto – tall
bajo – short
cansado – tired
con – with
contento – happy
en – in
loco – crazy
más – more
mi(s) – my
muy – very
o – or
perezoso – lazy
si – if
su(s) – his / her / your (formal) / their / your (plural)
tampoco – neither, either
trabajador – hard-working
triste – sad
tu(s) – your
uno – one

Related videos:

  1. Algo & Nada
  2. Alguien & Nadie
  3. Siempre, Nunca & Jamás
  4. Algún & Ningún
  5. También & Tampoco
  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

Frank
May 26, 2016 at 7:31 am

you said restaurant instead of beach


 

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