Science/World Language

May 24, 2016

posted May 24, 2016, 7:29 PM by Unknown user   [ updated May 24, 2016, 7:34 PM ]

Science: Don't forget that we are having one last Science Exam tomorrow. You're all going to be fine. 

Endings Chart of Simple Tenses of the Indicative 

 

-AR

-ER

-IR

Present

O

Amos

O

Emos

O

Imos

Am, are, is

As

Ais

Es

Eis

Es

Is

Do, does

A

An

E

En

E

en

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imperfect

Aba

Abamos

Ia

Iamos

Ia

Iamos

Used to

Abas

Abais

Ias

Iais

Ias

Iais

Was

Aba

Aban

Ia

Ian

Ia

Ian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preterite

E

Amos

I

Imos

I

Imos

Did

Aste

Asteis

Iste

Isteis

Iste

Isteis

 

O

Aron

Io

Ieron

Io

Ieron

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Future

E

Emos

E

Emos

E

Emos

Shall

As

Eis

As

Eis

As

Eis

Will

A

An

A

An

A

An

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conditional

Ia

Iamos

Ia

Iamos

Ia

Iamos

Would

Ias

Iais

Ias

Iais

Ias

Iais

 

Ia

Ian

Ia

Ian

Ia

ian


Verb Synopsis

In a synopsis any one form of the verb is given in all the tenses.

                                                Ex) HABLAR –YO

            Indicative                                 Simple Tense                            Translation

            Present                                     Hablo                                       I speak

            Imperfect                                 Hablaba                                   I used to speak

            Preterite                                   Hable                                       I spoke

            Future                                      Hablare                                    I shall speak

            Conditional                              Habaria                                    I would speak

 

May 11, 2016

posted May 11, 2016, 10:48 AM by Unknown user

Science: 

Spanish: The endings for the conditional tense are the same for all three conjugations. They are added to the entire infinitive. –ia, -ias, -ia, -iamos, -iais, -ian

Hablar: To Speak                                            

I would speak…

 

Pronoun

Verb

Translation

 

S

I

N

G

U

L

A

R

Yo

Hablaria

I would speak

Tu

Hablarias

You would speak (familiar)

El

Ella

Usted

Hablaria

Hablaria

Hablaria

He would speak

She would speak

You would speak (polite)

 

 

P

L

U

R

A

L

Nosotros

Nosotras

Hablariamos

Hablariamos

We would speak (m)

We would speak (f)

Vosotros

Hablariais

You would speak (familiar)

Ellos

Ellas

Ustedes

Hablarian

Hablarian

Hablarian

They would speak (m)

They would speak (f)

You would speak (polite)

 

Comer: To Eat

I would eat

 

Pronoun

Verb

Translation

 

S

I

N

G

U

L

A

R

Yo

Comeria

I would eat

Tu

Comerias

You would eat

El

Ella

Usted

Comeria

Comeria

Comeria

He would eat

She would eat

You would eat

 

 

P

L

U

R

A

L

Nosotros

Nosotras

Comeriamos

Comeriamos

We would eat (m)

We would eat (f)

Vosotros

Comeriais

You would eat

Ellos

Ellas

Ustedes

Comerian

Comerian

Comerian

They would eat (m)

They would eat (f)

You would eat

 

 

 

 

Vivir – To Live

I would live

 

Pronoun

Verb

Translation

 

S

I

N

G

U

L

A

R

Yo

Viviria

I would live

Tu

Vivirias

You would live (familiar)

El

Ella

Usted

Viviria

Viviria

Viviria

He would live (it)

She would live (it)

You would live (formal)

 

 

P

L

U

R

A

L

Nosotros

Nosotras

Viviriamos

Viviriamos

We would live (m)

We would live (f)

Vosotros

Viviriais

You would live

Ellos

Ellas

Ustedes

Vivirian

Vivirian

Vivirian

They would live (m)

They would live (f)

You would live (formal)

 

The conditional tense often expresses an idea dependant on a condition, either expressed or understood (I would _______, he would _______).

Yo hablaria español…

I would speak Spanish… (…if I were in Spain)

Yo comeria jamon…

I would eat ham… (…if I were in Spain)

Yo viviria aqui…

I would live here… (…if I were in Spain)

May 10, 2016

posted May 10, 2016, 4:41 PM by Unknown user

Science: We continue to Section 3 today. Start your Section Review and Frayer Models. 

Spanish: The Conditional

What Are the Usages and Features of the Conditional Tense?

1.      To express a condition, potential, or hypothetical action:

a.       Yo iria al teatro pero no tengo el tiempo./ I would go to the theatre but I don’t have the time.

2.      To convery courtsey or politeness:

a.       ¿Me podria Ud. ayudar? / Could you help me?

b.      ¿Que querria Ud.?/ What would you like?

3.      To express an indirect quotation:

a.       Maria dijo que vendria mañana. / Maria said that she would be coming tomorrow.

4.      To express probability:

a.       Serian las diez de la noche. / It was propbably 10:00 pm.

May 3, 2016

posted May 3, 2016, 11:53 AM by Unknown user

Science: Be sure to finish your section review in your notebook.

Spanish: We reviewed the Future Tense and Sentence structure. 

Ese programa comenzara a las ocho de la noche.

This program will begin at 8:00pm.

Ella se duchara manana.

She will take a shower tomorrow.

Juan y yo comparemos nuestros libros manana.

John and I (we) will buy our books tomorrow.

Me levantare tarde manana.

I will get up late tomorrow.

May 2, 2016

posted May 2, 2016, 5:33 PM by Unknown user

Science: We worked on a packet today in class which helped hone your chemistry skills (Chemical Equations and Bonding). Keep practicing and work on your Frayer Models.



April 27, 2016

posted Apr 27, 2016, 12:09 PM by Unknown user   [ updated May 3, 2016, 10:07 AM ]

Science: we continued to discuss Chapter 14 Section 2 (Chemical Formulas and Equations)
Vocabulary: Chemical Formula, Chemical Equation, Reactant, Product, Law of Conservation of Mass
Science Quiz on Thursday- Element Symbols. 
Do not forget to finish the Equation for MgCL2 on the bottom of page 393. Show how the elements became - or + Ions. and show to to balance. 

Spanish: We began to learn about the Future Tense in Spanish. 

The Future:

~ The future tense has but one set of endings for all three conjugations. The endings are added to the entire infinitive. –e, -as, -a, -emos, -eis, -an

Uses for the Future Tense

The simple futureis used most of the time as follows:

1.      To expresss an action or state of being that will take place at some point or time in the future.

a.       Manana ire al cine. Tomorrow I will go to the movies.

b.      Lo hare si tengo el tiempo. I will do it if I have the time.

2.      To express probability

a.       ¿Que hora sera?  I wonder what time it is?

b.      Seran las ocho. It is probably eight o’clock.

3.      To Express Conjecture (Wondering and Guessing):

a.       ¿Quein  llamara a esta hora? I wonder who is calling at this hour?

Future Tense Rules (Regular Verbs)

1.      Use the entire infinitive as the stem

2.      Add the following endings to the entire stem. Note that there is a single set of endings for the future tense.

Pronoun

-AR

-ER

-IR

Yo

-e

-e

-e

Tu

-as

-as

-as

El

Ella

Usted

-a

-a

-a

-a

-a
-a

-a

-a

-a

Nosotros

Nosotras

-emos

-emos

-emos
-emos

-emos

-emos

Ellos

Ellas

Ustedes

-an

-an

-an

-an
-an
-an

-an

-an

-an


Conjugate the following Verbs in the Future Tense. Include its meaning.

a)      Estudiar (To Study)

b)      Aprender (to Learn)

c)      Escribir (To write)

d)      Sentarse (To sit oneself)

April 26, 2016

posted Apr 26, 2016, 12:41 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Apr 26, 2016, 12:54 PM ]

Science: we started to discuss Chapter 14 Section 2 (Chemical Formulas and Equations)
Vocabulary: Chemical Formula, Chemical Equation, Reactant, Product, Law of Conservation of Mass
Science Quiz on Wednesday - Element Symbols. 

Spanish: We had a little fun today with Spanish Music,

La Bamba
Yo no soy marinero,
yo no soy marinero, soy capitán.
Soy capitán, soy capitán.
Bamba, bamba,
bamba, bamba,
bamba, bamba, bam...
Para bailar la Bamba,
para bailar la Bamba,
se necesita una poca de gracia.
Una poca de gracia para mí, para ti,
ya arriba, ya arriba.
Rrrraa-ja-jaa...
Para bailar la Bamba,
para bailar la Bamba,
se necesita una poca de gracia.
Una poca de gracia para mí, para ti,
ya arriba, ya arriba,
ya arriba, ya arriba,
por ti seré, por ti seré, por ti seré.

Bamba, bamba,
bamba, bamba,
bamba, bamba...

April 25, 2016

posted Apr 25, 2016, 3:55 PM by Unknown user

Science: Chapter 14 Section 1 Section Review. Due Tomorrow

Spanish: We started to learn about the Future tense in Verb Conjugation.

April 19, 2016

posted Apr 19, 2016, 10:22 AM by Unknown user

Science: Study for your Chapter 13 Exam on Thursday.

Spanish: Study for your Spanish Exam on Wednesday. Preterite and Imperfect Tense(s) plus a little on the Present Tense.

The Imperfect:

~ There are two past tenses in Spanish, the imperfect and the preterite. Their uses vary. The imperfect is used to express an action or state as going on in the past, as repeated or habitual.

~ The imperfect is also used for descriptions, either of physical conditions or mental states.

~ The imperfect tense is formed by adding the endings to the stem of the infinitive.

First Conjugation:

Hablar, To Speak

I was speaking, Used to Speak…

Hablaba

I was Speaking

Hablabamos

We were speaking

Hablabas

You were Speaking

*Hablabais

You were Speaking

Hablaba

He/She/It was speaking

Hablaban

They Were Speaking

Second Conjugation:

Comer, To Eat

I was eating, Used to Eat…

Comia

I was eating

Comiamos

We were eating

Comias

You were eating

*Comiais

You were Eating

Comia

He/She/It was Eating

Comian

They were eating

Third Conjugation:

Vivir, To Live

I was living, I used to live…

Vivia

I was living

Viviamos

We were living

Vivias

You were living

*Vivias

You were living

Vivia

He/She/It was living

Vivian

They were living

The Preterite:

~ The preterite tense expresses an action or state completed in the past. The auxiliary did is always understood.

~ The preterite tense is formed by adding the endings to the stem of the infinitive.

First Conjugation:

Hablar, To Speak

I spoke, did speak…

Hable

I spoke

Hablamos

We spoke

Hablaste

You Spoke

*Hablasteis

You Spoke

Hablo

He/She/It Spoke

Hablaron

They Spoke

Second Conjugation:

Comer, To Eat

I ate, did eat…..

Comi

I ate

Comimos

We Ate

Comiste

You Ate

*Comisteis

You Ate

Comio

He/She/It Ate

Comieron

They Ate

Third Conjugation:

Vivir, To Live

I lived, did live…

Vivi

I lived

Vivimos

We Lived

Viviste

You Lived

*Vivisteis

You Lived

Vivio

He/She/It Lived

Vivieron

They Lived


April 13, 2016

posted Apr 13, 2016, 5:40 PM by Unknown user

What's happening....
Thursday: Finishing our Spanish Presentations
Tuesday: Chapter 13 Review is Due and Frayer Models are due (yes I made a minor change)
Wednesday: Chapter 13 Exam

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