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02 Algún & Ningún

¡Hola, cíber-alumnos míos!  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 algún(some, one) and ningún (not one) and their different forms.

Enjoy!

Rules:

 

Practice 1:

 

Practice 2:

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Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):
bailar – to dance
     bailan – they dance
comer – to eat
    comieron – they ate / you all ate
comprar – to buy
encontrar – to find
     encuentro – I find
estar – to be
     está – s/he is
gustar – to be pleasing to
me gustan – I like
 le gustó – s/he liked
hay – there is / there are
lavar – to wash
mirar – to look
    miran – they look
    miró – s/he looked [at]
necesitar – to need
   necesito – I need
pensar – to think
     piensa – s/he thinks
querer – to want
     quiere – s/he wants
saber – to know
     sabe – s/he knows
     sabes – you know
ser – to be
    es – it is
tocar – to play [instrument]
trabajar – to work
     trabajo – I work
verse – to be seen
     se ven – they look / they appear [like something]

sustantivos (nouns):
el cielo – the sky
la familia – the family
la fiesta – the party
la película – the movie
la ropa – the clothes
las frutas – fruits
la tienda – the store
los amigos – the friends
los animales – the animals
los vestidos – the dresses
los zapatos – the shoes
otros – others
una camisa – a shirt
una persona – a person
unas manzanas – some apples
unas nubes – some clouds
un idioma – a language
un instrumento – an instrument
un refresco – a soda

otro (other):
bueno / buena – good
como – like
con – with
de – of, from
en – in / at
esta – this
frío – cold
interesante – interesting
limpio / limpia – clean
mi(s) – my
no – no
nuevo(s) – new
otro – other / another
pero – but
porque – because
romántico / romántica – romantic
sólo – only
que – that
¡Qué barbaridad! – What nonsense!
ya – already

Related videos:

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

2 Responses

  1. In the question – “Viste a alguno de tus amigos en la fiesta?”

    What is the purpose of the “a” before alguno?

  2. Hi! Is it possible to replace algunos/algunas/algún with unos/unas? Is there a specific case where only alguna or una can be used?

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