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02 Siempre, Nunca & Jamás

¡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 siempre (always), nunca (never) and jamás (never).

Enjoy!

Explanation:

 

Practice 1:

 

Practice 2:

 

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Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):
cocinar – to cook
     cocina – s/he cooks
comer – to eat
     comes – you eat
     comía – s/he ate / s/he used to eat
comprar – to buy
   comprábamos – we bought / we used to buy
deber – ought / should
     debes – you ought / you should
decir – to say / to tell
    dicen – they say / they tell
desayunar-  to eat breakfast
     desayuno – I eat breakfast
dormir – to sleep
     duerme – s/he sleeps
     duermen – they sleep
escuchar – to listen
     escucha – s/he listens
estar – to be
     está – s/he is
     estaba – s/he was
hacer – to do / to make
   hace frío – it’s cold
importar – to be important
     importa – it’s important
ir – to go
     fuimos – we went
lavarse – to wash one self
     se lava – he/she washes himself/herself
levantarse – to get up
     se levantan – they get up
llamar – to call
     llama – s/he calls
llover – to rain
     llueve – it rains
obedecer – to obey
     obedecen – they obey
picar – to bite
 pican – they bite
ponerse – to put on
     me pongo – I put on
salir – to go out
     salgo – I go out
ser – to be
    era – s/he was
  es = s/he is
  fue – s/he was
tener – to have
     tengo – I have
     tiene – s/he has

sustantivos (nouns):
̩l Рhe / him
el hambre – the hunger
el hermano – the brother
el pan – the bread
el repelente – the repellent
el sol – the sun
el tel̩fono Рthe telephone
frío – cold
julio – July
la esposa – the wife
la leche – the milk
la mamá – the mom
la ma̱ana Рthe morning
la m̼sica Рthe music
la noche – the night
las horas – the hours
la se̱ora Рthe woman
las manos – the hands
las verduras – the vegetables
los chicos – the boys
los fines de semana – the weekends
los gatos – the cats
los mosquitos – the mosquitos
los papás – the parents
los perros – the dogs
los sábado – Saturdays
nosotros – we / us
una computadora – a computer
una novia – a girlfriend
una vez – one time
un ni̱o Рa kid / a child
un ingeniero el̩ctrico Рan electric engineer

otro (other):
a – to
ahora – now
antes de – before
bien – fine, well
cada – each
cansado – tired
cuando – when
de – of / from
en – in, on
enfrente de – in front of
entre – between
ese / esa – that
honesto/honesta – honest
mi(s) – my
mucho – a lot
ni – not even
no – no
o – or
por – by
porque – because
primero – first
si – if
siempre – always
su(s) – his / her / your (formal) / their / your (plural)
temprano – early
y – and

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  3. Algún & Ningún
  4. También & Tampoco
  5. Y, O & Ni
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  7. Affirmative & Negative Expressions Test #2
  8. Forming Double, Triple & Quadruple Negatives in Spanish

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