Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, Volume 3

By Diana Isaza, Patricia Gómez

Reproducible, black-line, thematic classes and routines in Spanish, in keeping with Bilingual Songs English-Spanish vol. three, educate greetings, gender, articles, plural kinds of nouns, cardinal and ordinal numbers, descriptive, possessive and demonstrative adjectives, punctuation and lots more and plenty extra! classes are greater with details on Hispanic tradition. sixty four pages. newbie point.

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It really is too scorching at the present time! She wears around glasses. do you want a chilly drink? these are vibrant, glossy pants. those pens are skinny. the instructor has a sq. table. He has an oval face. The blanket is white. we propose using a bilingual dictionary for this job. Recomendamos el uso de un diccionario bilingüe para esta actividad. Bilingual young children: English-Spanish, vol. three © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 37 9. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS Possessive adjectives are used to narrate items with the individual or humans to which they belong. In Spanish, adjectives needs to believe the nouns they alter in quantity and gender. Let’s study them! Los adjetivos posesivos se usan para relacionar los objetos con el poseedor. Ej. : this can be my ebook. En inglés, hay un adjetivo posesivo para cada pronombre own. Veamos cuales son y como se usan. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE topic PRONOUN PRONOMBRE own ADJETIVO POSESIVO SINGULAR ADJETIVO POSESIVO PLURAL my I YO mi mis your YOU *TÚ **USTED tu su tus sus his HE ÉL su sus her SHE ELLA su sus its IT our WE NOSOTROS NOSOTRAS nuestro nuestra nuestros nuestras USTEDES su sus VOSOTROS VOSOTRAS vuestro vuestra vuestros vuestras ELLOS ELLAS su su sus sus your YOU their THEY In Spanish, possessive adjectives usually are not used whilst bearing on components of the physique, since it is redundant. Ex: Don’t say ‘Me quebré mi brazo’. Say: ‘Me quebré el brazo’. *tú: prevalent type of singular ‘you’. Use it with family and friends. **usted: formal kind of singular ‘you’. Use it with humans you're not very with regards to. 38 Bilingual little ones: English-Spanish, vol. three © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 9. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS Let’s draw a few conclusions from the charts: Saquemos algunas conclusiones de los cuadros anteriores: 1. In English, the pronoun ‘you’ identifies the second one individual in singular and plural and its possessive adjective is: ‘your’. En inglés, el pronombre ‘you’ es el mismo para indicar el singular o el plural de l. a. segunda character y su adjetivo posesivo es ‘your’. you wish your publication. you would like your publication. (singular) (plural) 2. in contrast to English, Spanish possessive adjectives needs to agree in gender and quantity with the nouns they alter. A diferencia del inglés, los adjetivos posesivos en español deben concordar con el género (masculino o femenino) y el número (singular o plural) del objeto poseído. quantity / número I’m cleansing my shoe. / (Yo) estoy limpiando mi zapato. I’m cleansing my footwear. / (Yo) estoy limpiando mis zapatos. Gender / género We do our homework. / Nosotros hacemos nuestra tarea. We do our tasks. / Nosotros hacemos nuestros proyectos. (tarea: f. ) (proyecto: m. ) three. The note ‘it’ doesn't exist in Spanish. En español, no existe una forma correspondiente al pronombre ‘it’ del inglés. ¡No intentes traducirlo! it's his bicycle. / Es su bicicleta. (Es l. a. bicicleta de él. ) four. En Spanish, you may as well switch the possessive adjective for: ‘de él’, ‘de ella’, ‘de ellos’, ‘de ellas’, ‘de usted’, or ‘de ustedes’ to stress.

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