MCC U1 Review
Remember, in Spanish, the word "no" is NOT used to say you have none of somthing. So...
I have no idea. =
*In Spanish when you say "none" or "not any" everything defaults to the singular form. In English, we could say, I have no books. But in Spanish, it would lsound like "I have no book".
(Plan is a masculine word)
I don't have any plans.=
In the last question, "ninguno plan" was shortened to "ningún plan". "Ninguno" only gets shortened when a noun, such as "plan" follows it. If nothing follows "ninguno", it doesn't get shortened.
If someone asks you "Tienes planes?" How should you answer to say "No, I have none."
If an object it located "allá" which of these words could you use to indicate it?
That car over there =
These words all end in o. They are only use to indicate vague ideas/situtations that cannot be identified as masculine or feminine.
How would you say "What is that way over there?
Why does "Esto" end in "o" when Patrick says "This is ridiculous?"
You walk into your house to find a surprise party in your honor. Your reaction could be to say:
Allí = there (but not way over there)
How would you say "Those shoes there are mine"?
____ comida aquí es mia. Esa comida allí es tuya.
You're a waiter and are showing your customers where to sit. What should you say? (sentarse = to sit)
Your customers sat at the wrong table. What should you say?
Tell the new teacher at school how to get to the cafeteria from my room:
Tell your friends not to go out tonight.
Salir = to go out
Your friends hear a rumor. Tell them not to believe it.
creer = to believe