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Buen Viaje Chapter 11

Buen Viaje Chapter 11

 
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Author: Joanna Snell
Objective:

Introduce Spanish airline vocabulary, verbs with irregular "yo" forms, present progressive, and saber vs. conocer.

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Antes del Vuelo

el aeropuerto, el taxi, la línea aérea, el avión,el mostrador, el/la agente, el billete, el boleto, el pasaporte, la pantalla de salidas y llegadas, la tarjeta de embarque, el número del asiento, el número del vuelo, el destino, la puerta de salida, la sala de salida, la sección de no fumar, la báscula, el talón, la maleta, el/la maletero(a), el/la pasajero(a), el equipaje (de mano), el control de seguridad

Source: J., Conrad, and Protase E. Buen Viaje!: Glencoe Spanish 1. U.S.: GlencoeMcGraw-Hill School Pub Co, 2004. 336-337. Print.

El Vuelo y la Llegada

el control de pasaportes, la aduana, el reclamo de equipaje, reclamar (recoger)
el equipaje, la tripulación, el/la comandante, el/la piloto, el/la copiloto, el asistente de vuelo, la asistente de vuelo, abrir las maletas, inspeccionar, desembarcar, aterrizar, la aduana,

Source: J., Conrad, and Protase E. Buen Viaje!: Glencoe Spanish 1. U.S.: GlencoeMcGraw-Hill School Pub Co, 2004. 340-341. Print.

"Go" Verbs

Verbs that have irregular "yo" forms that end in -go instead of -o. Hacer (hago, haces, hace, hacemos, hacéis, hacen), Poner (pongo, pones, pone, ponemos, ponéis, ponen), Salir (salgo, sales, sale, salímos, salís, salen), Traer (traigo, traes, trae, traemos, traéis, traen). We also looked at a verb with an irregular "yo" form and stem change (tengo, tienes, tiene, tenemos, tenéis, tienen).

Source: J., Conrad, and Protase E. Buen Viaje!: Glencoe Spanish 1. U.S.: GlencoeMcGraw-Hill School Pub Co, 2004. 344. Print.

Present Progressive

The present progressive is used to say what is happening right now. You use a form of the verb estar and the present participle to convey this. Explanation and examples are given in English and Spanish.

*"Leer" becomes "leyendo" and "traer" becomes "trayendo" to preserve pronunciation.

Source: J., Conrad, and Protase E. Buen Viaje!: Glencoe Spanish 1. U.S.: GlencoeMcGraw-Hill School Pub Co, 2004. 347. Print.

Saber vs. Conocer (2 Know)

The verb saber means to know a fact, to have information about something, or to know how to do something. Notice the irregular "yo" form.

yo nosotros sabemos

tú sabes vosotros sabéis

él, ella, Ud. sabe ellos, ellas, Uds. saben

Yo dónde está el aeropuerto.

No sabemos bucear.

The verb conocer means to know in the sense of being acquainted with and is used to talk about people and more abstract concepts rather than simple facts. Notice the irregular "yo" form.

yo conozco nosotros conocemos

tú conoces vosotros conocéis

él, ella, Ud. conoce ellos, ellas, Uds. conocen

Conozco a tu hermano.
Tu hermano no conoce Madrid, pero conoce bien San Juan.
No conozco bien la literatura Española.

Source: J., Conrad, and Protase E. Buen Viaje!: Glencoe Spanish 1. U.S.: GlencoeMcGraw-Hill School Pub Co, 2004. 348. Print.

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