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Textbook Notes for HISP 2000 at University of Guelph (U OF G)

U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Infinitive, Asteroid Family, Volver

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HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nios Embedded Processor

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The english would + verb (infrequently should) renders the spanish conditional. [the imperfect, however, must be used to translate into spanish the eng
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U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter 3: Capítulo 3. Dir. & Ind. Ob.j Prons. & Double obj. Pronouns

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I buy the ham. s. v. direct object. Yo compro el jam n. subject + verb + direct object: direct object pronouns, p. 82, in addition to a subject, most s
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U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Infinitive, No Creo

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Complete with the infinitive, the present indicative or the present subjunctive. of the verbs in parentheses, necesito nuevos pantalones y mi prima me
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U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dependent Clause, Mental Reservation, Infinitive

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152-54: general statement: the subjunctive is a subjective mood, and is used far more often in spanish than in. Because of this dependence, the subjunc
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U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Canadian English, Preposition And Postposition, Una Familia De Diez

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Pro. verb subject (literally: your coat is pleasing to me) like. Conditional pres. subj. gustar a: review of the verb gustar, the verb gustar means to
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U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Chairs, Mi Casa, Rice

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24-6: when to use estar [to be] (estoy / est s / est / estamos / est is / est n) Possibility of change: location of objects and persons or pets: Mi per
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U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Volver, Darse Cuenta, Reflexive Pronoun

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*pongo mi traje azul (i put on my blue suit) [1st pers. irregular] pones el vestido verde (you put on the green dress: reflexive constructions / constr
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U OF GHISP 2000Rosario GomezWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes -Santa Cruz, Seville, Sevillanas, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

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2/13/2013 9:19:00 pm: barcelona es una ciudad bicultural porque la gente habla catal n y espa ol. Hay los bares, las discotecas, los clubes de jazz y u
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U OF GHISP 2000Lee L' ClercWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Preterite, Volver, Infinitive

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U OF GHISP 2000Rosario GomezWinter

HISP 2000 Chapter Notes -La Catedral, Giralda, Guadalquivir

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El metro es fenomenal; es f cil y barato. Todos los j venes van a la moda; hay muchas cosas de comprar y ganar. 7 calles- barre y restos; la comida es
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HISP 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Spanish Verbs, Preterite, English Verbs

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The preterite [shows end or completion] contrasted with the imperfect. 60-2: english has one simple past tense, whereas spanish has two, the preterite,
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