Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sp 2 Speaking Exam – miercoles, el 20 de mayo

You will have help writing the speaking exam in class on Monday.

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Sp 2 Listening Exam – martes, el 19 de mayo

Study previous quizlets for C3A-4B

Sp 3 Listening Exam – martes, el 19 de mayo

Review vocab from C3a- 5a: Quizlets and Textbook listening activities

Sp 3 Exam Review

https://www.dropbox.com/s/zuzsj3a9t5tlzgx/Sp%203%20Second%20Semester%20Review%202015.docx?dl=0

Sp 2 Exam Review

https://www.dropbox.com/s/osbajf7hj2a8ikn/Sp%202%20Second%20Semester%20Review%202015.docx?dl=0

Preterite/imperfect trigger words

https://quizlet.com/73333846/preterite-vs-imperfect-trigger-words-flash-cards/

Sp 3 C5A Examencito de gramatica – miercoles, el 13 de mayo

Present Perfect
http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/presperfect.htm

Pluscuamperfecto (past Perfect)

http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/pastperfect.htm

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Sp 2 C4B Examencito de gramatica – miercoles, el 13 de mayo

Preterite vs. Imperfect

http://www.studyspanish.com/practice/pretimp1.htm

(Check out some of the key words that signal use of preterite vs. those that signal imperfect)

http://www.studyspanish.com/practice/pretimp2.htm

Reciprocal actions (nos / se)

http://www.spanishdict.com/topics/practice/84

Sp 2 Examencito de vocab C4B – jueves, el 7 de mayo

Extra Credito

https://quizlet.com/4161141/ucds-realidades-2-c4b-flash-cards/

Written:  Did you ever have a surprise party?  How did you greet each other? Did anyone tell jokes?  laugh? Did you get along with everyone at the party? Did you have fun?  Was there a picnic? fireworks? Did relatives give you presents or tell you congratulations? Did the adults chat? How did you say goodbye? Feel free to address any of these questions in four sentences using the vocabulary from section 4B.

Sp 3 C5A Examencito de Vocab – miercoles, el 6 de mayo

Extra Credito

https://quizlet.com/742320/realidades-3-5a-flash-cards/

Write a letter to a potential employer, include what position you are applying for, what type of work you want to do, whether you want to work full-time or part-time, what skills you have, when you can complete an application and an interview. Use as many vocabulary words as possible with a minimal reference to those words in bold above.