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FINAL REVIEW LINKS!!!!

Telling Time:
http://www.rocklin.k12.ca.us/staff/kramos/2006-2007%20files/Lecture%20Notes/notessp1s1u3TellingTime.htm

-AR VERBS:
http://www.languageguide.org/espanol/conju/exercises/pres_arverbs.jsp

GOOD REVIEW GAMES
http://www.digitaldialects.com/Spanish.htm

-ER/-IR VERBS
http://www.languageguide.org/espanol/conju/exercises/pres_erirverbs.jsp

Telling The Date:
http://www.rocklin.k12.ca.us/staff/kramos/2006-2007%20files/Lecture%20Notes/Lecture%20Notes%20expressing%20dates..htm


Question words:

http://www.rocklin.k12.ca.us/staff/kramos/2006-2007%20files/Lecture%20Notes/notessps1s1u4questionwords.htm



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SUBJECT PRONOUNS:
http://www.rocklin.k12.ca.us/staff/kramos/2006-2007%20files/Lecture%20Notes/notessp1s1u1,subjpronouns.htm

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Which Countries Speak Spanish as the MAIN LANGUAGE?


Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the World. In terms of total number of speakers, Spanish only follows behind Chinese, English and Hindi languages. Combining the total number of native Spanish speakers and those that speak the language as a second language and over 400 million individuals are Spanish speaking globally. Meaning, regardless of where an individual lives, works or plays they will regularly encounter the Spanish language. 
5 Fast Facts
  • Spanish originated in Spain. It is also the official language of the country, spoken by over 40 million people.
  • With over 100 million speakers, Mexico has the largest concentration of native Spanish speakers.
  • Spanish is spoken all over Central and South America. Argentina, Venezuela, El Salvador, Bolivia, Chile, Panama and Peru are just a few of the Spanish speaking countries in this region.
  • In the Caribbean, Spanish is spoken in Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Almost 4 million individuals speak Spanish in the U.S. owned territory of Puerto Rico.
  • Spanish can be found in several areas on the continent of Africa, primarily in Equatorial Guinea where Spanish is one of the official languages of the country.

The Spanish-speaking world is becoming increasingly less restricted to countries where it is the primary language. The United States has one of the largest Hispanic communities in the world. In fact, Hispanics have become the largest and fastest growing minority group in the country with a Spanish population spreading from coast to coast. In Los Angeles, Spanish is just as likely as English to be the first language learned. In Miami, Spanish has overtaken English to become the primary language of the city, with over 60 percent of the population listing Spanish as their first language.


As the language increases in popularity their will no longer be a question of which countries speak Spanish? The globalization of businesses, tourism and the immigration of Spanish speaking individuals will mean the Spanish language will be on almost every continent and country.



Most countries have an "official national language"; there are 21 countries in the world that have Spanish as their official language.

Here is the list of countries by continent (with their capital in parenthesis):


Europe
1 - Spain (Madrid)

Africa
2 - Equatorial Guinea (Malabo) in West Africa

North and Central America
3 - Mexico
4 - Costa Rica (San José)
5 - Cuba (Havana)
6 - Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo)
7 - El Salvador (San Salvador)
8 - Guatemala (Guatemala City)
9 - Honduras (Tegucigalpa)
10 - Nicaragua (Managua)
11 - Panama (Panama City)
12 - Puerto Rico (San Juan)

South America
13 - Argentina (Buenos Aires)
14 - Bolivia (La Paz)
15 - Chile (Santiago)
16 - Colombia (Bogotá)
17 - Ecuador (Quito)
18 -Paraguay (Asunción)
19 - Peru (Lima)
20 - Uruguay (Montevideo)
21 - Venezuela (Caracas).
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me, te, le ??? (pronounced in English as : may, tay, lay)OK....HERE's THE DEAL:To say that you like something or like to do something....

Me gusta....."I like..."


Te gusta...."You like..." Le gusta...."He/She likes..."


PLURALS.... Me gustan ..... "I like....(more than one of something)"

Te gustan ..."you like ...(more than one of something)"

Le gustan...."he/she likes ...(more than one of something)"

WHEN ASKING A QUESTION IN "YOU" always answer in "I" see example.....

EXAMPLE: ¿Te gusta bailar? Do you like to dance?

Si, me gusta bailar. Yes, I like to dance.

TO SAY THAT YOU DON'T LIKE SOMETHING or to Do something....

simply put NO in front of the phrases.

No me gusta.

No te gusta.

No le gusta.


FOR MORE EMPHASIS, DOUBLE THE NO>

No, no me gusta.

For even more 'dislike'....add 'nada'...

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ON ALL HOMEWORK & TESTS & PROJECTS TO BE HANDED IN : ALL YEAR!!! -Be sure to put your your NAME on the LEFT (izquierda) side. -Your SPANISH CLASS /STUDENT NUMBER on the top right (derecha) corner.