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02 Using Alguien & Nadie

Hola.  In this video, we’re going to be continuing with the series on affirmative and negative expressions.  In these videos, we’ll be practicing alguien (someone) and nadie (no one).

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Explanation:

Practice 1:

Practice 2:

 

Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):
buscar – to look for
     buscando – looking for
caminar – to walk
   caminando – walking
comer – to eat
     come – s/he eats
     comió – s/he ate
conocer – to know, to meet
     conocemos – we know
     conozco – I know
contestar – to answer
     contesté – I answered
dar – to give
     dio – s/he gave
decir – to say, to tell
     dijo – s/he said
estar – to be
     está – s/he is
     estás – you are
   estaba – I was / s/he was
gritar – to yell
     gritó – s/he yelled
hablar – to talk / to speak
  hablando – talking / speaking
     hablaste – you talked / you spoke
hay – there is / there are
ir – to go
     fuiste – you went
limpiar – to clean
llamar – to call
     llamó – s/he called
odiar – to hate
     odian – they hate
querer – to want
   quiere – s/he wants / s/he loves
robar – to rob
     robó – s/he stole
ser – to be
 es – s/he is
tocar – to play [instrument]
   tocando – playing [instrument]
venir – to come
 vino – s/he came
ver – to see
   veo – I see
vi – I saw

sustantivos (nouns):
afuera – outside
anoche - last night
el baile – the dance
el franc̩s РFrench
el nombre – the name
el parque – the park
el problema – the problem
el restaurante – the restaurant
la calle – the street
la cartera – the wallet
la familia – the family
la fiesta – the party
la guitarra – the guitar
la mamá – the mom
la manzana – the apple
las flores –  the flowers
las mesas – the tables
las toronjas – the grapefruit
la vida – the life
todos – everyone
un sombrero – a hat

otro (other):
a – to
con – with
de – of, about
en – in
especial – special
famoso – famous
grande – big
le – to him, to her
mi(s) – my
me – to me
para – for
pero – but
por – for, through
su(s) – his / her / your (formal) / their / your (plural)
tu(s) – your
̼ltimo/̼ltima Рlast, final

Related videos:

  1. Algo & Nada
  2. Siempre, Nunca & Jamás
  3. Algún & Ningún
  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

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