201930-SPN-1121-32950 Test 1

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Colors (10 PTS)

Colors (10 PTS)

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Amarillo

Yello

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Azul

Blue

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Negro

Black

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Naranja / Anaranjado

Orange

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Celeste

Sky Blue

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Café / Marrón

Brown

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Rojo

Red

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Verde

Green

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Gris

Gray

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Morado / Púrpura

Purple

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Rosa / Rosada

Pink

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Blanco

White

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Culture (5 PTS) PG 198.

Culture (5 PTS) PG 198.

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Whether they take place daily or weekly, these markets are an important forum where tourists, locals, and vendors interact. People come to the marketplace to shop, socialize, taste local foods, and watch street performers.

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Wandering from one puesto (stand) to the next, one can browse for fresh fruits and vegetables, clothing, CDs and DVDs, and artesanías (crafts). Some markets offer a mix of products, while others specialize in food, fashion, or used merchandise, such as antiques and books.

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When shoppers see an item they like, they can bargain with the vendor. Friendly bargaining is an expected ritual and may result in a significantly lower price. When selling food, vendors may give the customer a little extra of what they purchase; this free addition is known as la ñapa.

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Many open-air markets are also tourist attractions. The market in Otavalo, Ecuador, is world-famous and has taken place every Saturday since pre-Incan times. This market is well-known for the colorful textiles woven by the otavaleños, the indigenous people of the area. One can also find leather goods and wood carvings from nearby towns.

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Another popular market is El Rastro, held every Sunday in Madrid, Spain. Sellers set up puestos along the streets to display their wares, which range from local artwork and antiques to inexpensive clothing and electronics.

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Preterite Conjugation ar, ir, er (10 PTS)

Preterite Conjugation ar, ir, er (10 PTS)

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Preterite -ar Verbs

Preterite -ar Verbs

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yo

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-aste

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él, ella, usted

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nosotros

-amos

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ellos, ellas, ustedes

-aron

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Preterite -ar
Yo (-é)
tú (-aste)
él, ella, usted (-ó)
nosotros (-amos)
ellos, ellas, ustedes (-aron)

(-é)
(-aste)
(-ó)
(-amos)
(-aron)

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Preterite -er and -ir Verbs

Preterite -er and -ir Verbs

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yo

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-iste

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él, ella, usted

-ió

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nosotros

-imos

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ellos, ellas, ustedes

-ieron

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Preterite -er
Yo (-í)
tú (-iste)
él, ella, usted (-ió)
nosotros (-imos)
ellos, ellas, ustedes (-ieron)

(-í)
(-iste)
(-ió)
(-imos)
(-ieron)

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Saber

- Fact

- Piece of information

- How to do something

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Saber Conjugation

yo (sé)

tú (sabes)

él/ella/usted (sabe)

nosotros (sabemos)

ellos/ellas/ustedes (saben)

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Conocer

- A person

- Place

- Thing

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Conocer Conjugation

yo (conozco)

tú (conoces)

él/ella/usted (conoce)

nosotros (conocemos)

ellos/ellas/ustedes (conocen)

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5 sentences like in class (10 PTS)

5 sentences like in class (10 PTS)

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1. Yo comí pizza anoche

1. Yo comí pizza anoche (I eat pizza last night)

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2. Yo leí un libro ayer

2. Yo leí un libro ayer (I read a book yesterday)

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3. Estudio desde doce hasta ocho

3. Estudio desde doce hasta ocho (I study from twelve until eight)

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4. Acabo de comprar un teléfono

4. Acabo de comprar un teléfono (I just bought a phone)

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5. De repente no me sientí bien

5. De repente no me sientí bien (Suddenly I do not feel good)

5. ALT. De repente no me sientí bien señor Stark (Suddenly I do not feel good Mr. Stark)

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Direct Object

Follows the verb, Verb _____ and it is the "what"

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Indirect Object

Follows the "a", a _____ and it is for/to "whom"

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Combine elements from each column to create sentences CONJUGATE B

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A

Shakira
los Yankees
el primer ministro
de Canadá
mis amigos y yo

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B

(no) conocer
(no) Saber

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C

Jimmy Fallon
cantar y bailar
La Habana Vieja
muchas personas importantes
hablar dos lenguas extranjeras
jugar al béisbol

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1.)

A B C

Shakira Sabe cantar y bailar

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2.)

A B C

los Yankees Saben jugar al béisbol

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3.)

A B C

el primer ministro conoce muchas personas importantes

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4.)

A B C

mis amigos y yo no Sabemos hablar dos lenguas extranjeras

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5.)

A B C

tú no conocer La Habana Vieja

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Translete

English -> Spanish

Spanish -> English

Translete

English -> Spanish

Spanish -> English

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The department store

La tienda por departamento

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Cash Register

La caja

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The mall

El centro comercial

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The client

El/La cliente

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The employee

El dependiente / El empleado

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The outdoor market

El mercado (al aire libre)

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The sale

La rebaja

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The gift

El regalo

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The store

La tienda

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The seller

El/La vendedora

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The coat

El abrigo

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The blue jeans

Los bluejeans

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Blouse

La blusa

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The bag

La bolsa

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The boots

Las botas

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Socks

Los calcetines / Las medias

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Shirt (Long sleeve)

La camisa

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T-shirt

La camiseta

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Wallet

La cartera

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The jacket

La chaqueta

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Belt

El cinturón / La correa

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Skirt

La falda

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Gloves

Los guantes

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The raincoat

El impermeable

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The stockings

Las medias

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The pants

Los pantalones

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Shorts

Los pantalones cortos

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Clothes

La ropa

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Underwear

La ropa interior

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The sandals

Las sandalias

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The hat

El sombrero

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The sweater

El suéter

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Costume / Suite

El traje

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The swimsuit

El traje de baño

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The dress

El vestido

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Tennis shoes

Los zapatos de tenis

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The pair of shoes

El par de zapatos

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Sunglasses

Las gafas (de sol) / Los lentes oscuros

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Tie

La corbata

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The credit card

La tarjeta de crédito