Textbook Notes for SPA100Y1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGSPA100Y1Anne- Emanuelle BirnFall

SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-20: El Sistema, La Segunda, Cuesta

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6 Aug 2016
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Spanish grammar and structure lecci n 1-4 (*term test #1) Name a be ce de e efe ge hache i jota. Name ka ele eme ene e e o pe cu ere erre. Name ese te
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SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Diphthong

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7 Mar 2011
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Chapter 5 (5. 3) stem chang ing verbs (diphthong: o ue) In spanish, there are verbs called diphthong verbs. They are regular verbs that have a vowel ch
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STUDY GUIDE: Chapter 1

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7 Mar 2011
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Chapter 1 (1. 1) t he alphabet (el alfabeto) In spanish, the alphabet is the same as in english; however there are 2 additional letters: The full alpha
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SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: British Thermal Unit

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7 Mar 2011
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In spanish, there are masculine and feminine words. These are called genders of the noun. (a) mascul i ne. Generally, words ending in { -o, -ma, -al, -
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SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Diphthong

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7 Mar 2011
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Chapter 4 (4. 1) pronouns as objects of preposit ions (con + pronoun) In spanish, you use pronouns as objects of prepositions when you want to say with
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STUDY GUIDE: Chapter 3

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7 Mar 2011
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In spanish, just like in english, possessive adjectives exist. They are words that indicate possession towards a person / people. Unlike in english how
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UTSGSPA100Y1Anne- Emanuelle BirnFall

SPA100Y1 Chapter 1-2: Spainsh Sentences

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6 Aug 2016
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UTSGSPA100Y1Vanessa MeloFall

SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Llama, Literary Modernism, Hacs

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2 Oct 2017
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Se or, se ora, se orita mr. / sir, mrs. / ma"am, miss. Mucho gusto nice to meet you. Buenas noches good evening / night. Nos vemos see you (we"ll see e
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UTSGSPA100Y1Vanessa MeloFall

SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: El Sistema, La Silla Observatory, El Problema

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2 Oct 2017
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UTSGSPA100Y1Manuel RamirezFall

SPA100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: La Silla Observatory

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10 Oct 2017
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