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Greetings and Goodbyes

Greetings and Goodbyes

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At the end of this lesson students will be able to conduct short conversations in Spanish using the appropriate mode (formal or informal) of communication.

This tutorial will introduce Spanish 1 students to vocabulary necessary to carry on a basic conversation in Spanish.  Students will also be introduced to the concept of the formal and informal you in Spanish.

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Tutorial

Familiarize yourself with the vocabulary.

Go to my blog post that has the digital flashcards embedded (Use the link below).  Work through all four phases:  flashcards,recognize, listen, and recall. Be sure to copy the vocabulary into your notebook. 

 

Spanish 1 Blog

Source: Melissa Blankenship's Spanish 1 Blog

Spanish Greetings Lesson 1 form Spanish Wizards. Watch this lesson and take notes about when to use good morning, good afternoon, and good evening in Spanish.

This is a video that includes the vocabulary and an example dialogue.

Source: Spanish Wizards at www.youtube.com

Dialogo #1

Look at the picture below and imagine the conversation that the two people might be having.  In the form below the picture right out the conversation.

Source: Microsoft

Dialogo #1

Source: Melissa Blankenship

Dialogo # 2

Look at the picture below.  Imagine a conversation between the two people.  Write your response in the form below the picture.

Source: Microsoft

Dialogo #2

Source: Melissa Blankenship

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