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Realidades III Chapter 4 ¿Cómo te llevas con los demás?

Realidades III Chapter 4 ¿Cómo te llevas con los demás?

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Tutorial

Realidades III Chapter 4 ¿Cómo llevas con los demás?

A power point of Chapter 4 in Realidades III. All the review vocabulary, the vocabulary and grammar in context, and the grammar: Reflexive verbs, The Subjunctive with verbs of emotion, the use of por vs para, commands with nosotros, and the possessive pronouns.

Source: phschool.com

Other uses of Reflexive verbs

This power point show the basic context of how to use Reflexive verbs, but then goes into more specific uses; physical or emotional states of mind

Source: Mrs. Shirley's web site

Chapter 4 ¿Cómo te llevas con los demás? Realidades III

Vocabulary of Chapter 4 shown in graphics and stylized sentences for easy comprehension

Source: unknown at this time

The Subjunctive Powerpoint

Demonstrates the formation of the Subjunctive in both the present tense and the past tense.

Pg 168 The subjunctive with verbs of emotion Realidades III

A power point that shows the dynamics of how the subjunctive is used with verbs of emotion; ojalá que, temo que, tengo miedo que, me alegro de que, me molesta que, me sorprende que, siento que, es triste que, es bueno que, among others

Source: Mrs. Shirley's web site

Pg 171 The uses of Por and Para

A power point designed to seperate the two prepostions. Showing that their usages are quite different

Source: Mrs. Shirley's web site

Por y para, I finally get it

Two memonic stories to help the student learn the ways of Por and Para

Source: James Esquivel You tube