Oct 12 / 13

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Late work and make-up work is due by Friday Oct 13 at 3:00
Extra Credit can be done until 8:00 AM on Monday Oct 16

Reviewed and practiced conjugation of tener:
Tener – to have
tengo     tenemos
tienes     tenéis
tiene      tienen

Reviewed making adjectives agree:
if the adjective ends in -o like alto, it can end in -o, -a, -os, -as  (alto, alta, altos, altas)
if the adjective ends in -e like fuerte, it can end in -e, -es (fuerte, fuertes)
if the adjective ends in -a like egoísta, it can end in -a, -as (egoísta, egoístas)
if the adjective ends in a consonant like natural, it can end in the consonant or -es (natural, naturales)

Practiced agreeing and disagreeing with a positive statement by using también   and  yo no.
For example:  I have too much homework = Tengo demasiada tarea

Practiced agreeing and disagreeing with a negative statement (a statement with a “no”)  by using tampoco   and  yo sí.

Other responses you can use:
Me da igual – It’s all the same to me.
No me importa – I don’t care
¡¿Estás loco?!
¡Blasfemia!

Continued with the “listening comprehension” activity