First, we’ll begin with how to say: “What’s the weather like?”
Read and repeat: ¿Que tiempo hace? (Kay tee-em-poh ah-ceh)
What about: “What’s the weather like today?”
Read and repeat: ¿Que tiempo hace hoy? (Kay tee-em-poh ah-ceh oy)
Next, we'll go over a few simple phrases that will help you say how you think the weather feels.
These flashcards have fourteen simple weather words and phrases for you. Read them over and over to really get a grasp of them.
Asking the time is Spanish is important in order to know your schedule around school.
Here are the simple ways of asking the time;
To ask the time, either say Que hora es?, Que hora son?, or Que hora tiene?
To respond, either start off with "Son las," or "Es la"(If the time starts with a 1.)
Lets say it is 2:00
It would simply be "Son Las dos."
As for if it was 1:00, it would be "Es la una."
If the time is not exact (15, 30, 45 or 55) say either "y cuarto(15)," "y menos cuarto(30)", or "menos cinco(55) after saying the time.
In order to also say if it is PM or AM, after saying the time, say either "De la mañana(Morning)," De la tarde(Afternoon), or "De la noche(Evening)
Here is a video of Josē waking up a sleeping student and having him ask what time it is.
Image from google
To start a conversation, you can either say "Buenos Diaz(Good Morning)," Buenas tardes(Good afternoon)," or "Buenos noches(Good evening)." Or, you can simply say "Hola!" (hello)
First, let's talk about los meses, or the months. In Spanish speaking countries, many of the months sound the same as they do in english, actually. A major difference is that, when writing the months out, they are not capitalized as they are in english.
Let’s go over a few Spanish pronunciation rules:
- v’s sound like b’s
- e’s sound like a’s
- a’s sound like “ah”
- j’s soundlike h’s
- i’s sound like e’s
- d’s sound like “th”
See the quizlet flashcards below to practice these letter pronunciations!
Note: Whenever there’s an ‘r’ in any of the months (in spanish, only), slightly roll it. Not a whole lot, but just a little- a little latino pizazz. Check the youtube video at the end of the lesson if you can’t roll your r’s.
- The syllables that are in all caps are the ones that have emphasis on them, notice that!
- enero = January - pronounced: en-EH-roh
- febrero = February - pronounced: feb-REH-oh
- marzo = March - pronounced: MART-soh
- abril = April - pronounced: ah-BRILL
- mayo = May - pronounced: MY-oh (not like the stuff you might put on a sandwich! MY not MAY)
- junio = June - pronounced: WHO-nee-oh
- julio = July - pronounced: WHO-lee-oh
- agosto = August - pronounced: ah-GHOST-oh (¡Cuidado! Careful! Don’t say ah-gust-oh, say ah-ghost-oh)
- septiembre = September - pronounced: sept-tee-EM-bray
- octubre = October - pronounced: ock-TOO-bray
- noviembre = November - pronounced: no-bee-EM-bray
- diciembre = December - pronounced: dee-cee-EM-bray
DRILL YOURSELF! Cover the English translation with your hand and practice the spanish one. Say what month it is in english and check to see if you got it. Do it until you can get all 12 twice.
Next, let’s go through the numbers. For the purpose of this lesson, I’ll only go through days 1-31 and how to say them in spanish.
- primero (pree-MEH-roh)
- segundo (seh-GOON-tho)
- tercero (tear-SARE-oh)
- cuatro (KWAH-troh)
- cinco (SEEN-koh)
- seis (sehs)
- siete (see-EH-teh)
- ocho (OH-cho)
- nueve (nu-EH-beh)
- diez (THEE-ess)
- once (OHN-ceh)
- doce (THO-ceh)
- trece (TREH-ceh)
- catorce (kah-TOR-ceh)
- quince (KEEN-ceh)
- dieciseis (thee-ess-ee-SEHS)
- diecisiete (thee-ess-ee-see-EH-teh)
- dieciocho (thee-ess-ee-OH-cho)
- diecinueve (thee-ess-ee-nu-EH-beh)
- veinte (BAIN-teh)
- veintiuno (BAIN-tee-u-noh)
Hey! Did you notice how in 21, there are essentially two numbers there? You can see both veinte and uno, right? Well, the spanish word for ‘and’ is simply ‘y’. To make things simpler, the good ol language makers decided to put all three words together, turning the ‘y’ into an ‘i’ for convenience. Think of it this way: veinte+y+uno= veintiuno. Apply this to numbers 21-29. What would 22 be? How about 24? 27?
30. treinta (TRAIN-tah)
31. treintaiuno (TRAIN-tay-u-noh)
Alrighty! Now, you’ve got the months and the days. You’re ready right??
Wrong. You need the basic question! How do we actually say “When is your birthday?”
Simple! You know that ¡Feliz Cumpleaños! means “Happy Birthday”, right?
Cumpleaños = birthday. Check.
When = Cuando. Check.
Is = Es. Check.
Tu = You/Your. Check
Let’s put it together: Cuando (when) es (is) tu (your) cumpleaños (birthday)
¿Cuando es tu cumpleaños?
Now, you know how to ask your friends their birthday in Spanish!
But, how do you answer this question when asked?
Also very simple!
You know your months, you know your days. The Spanish word for ‘of’ is ‘de’- add the three together!
seis de noviembre.
You’re all set!
To begin, start by asking "Què tiempo hace?
To reply you can either say;
Hace sol - It's sunny
Hace frio - It's cold
Hace fresco - It's cool
Hace calor - It's hot
Llueve - It's raining
Nieva - It's snowing
Here is a cartoon to show how to ask the weather in Español.
Image from Google.
And here is a video of Joe asking Alex what the weather is.
- my internet comes in through the out side wall of my house.
- ISP (internet service provider) is Fios
- these are the things on my home network, my mac pro, my macbook, my moms mac, my sisters mac pro, and our printer.
- theses are all connected through a wireless router
1) My home internet comes from the phone line, then is traveled to computer brain, next to a modem, then ethernet cord is connected to the home computer.
2) My ISP provider is Verizon Wireless Internet.
3) My internet is added on to my monthly phone bill, so its an additional $15 per month. Yearly its $180.
4) Things such as laptops, tablets, iPod touches, are connected to the internet through the modem and the modem release the internet wirelessly.
It's raining----- Está lloviendo
It's humid-------Está húmedo
This table shows the relationship with the the day of the week in english and in spanish.
Remember and notice how in spanish, there is no capital letters for the days, even though there are in english.
Sharon M.Draper is a bestselling author that received an award for two of her books, Cooper Sun and Forged by Fire. Sharon is also known for winning many awards on her book, “Out of my mind.” Sharon wrote Out of my Mind because she always wanted to know what goes on in a persons mind when they can not express their thoughts. Also, because Sharon has a daughter that is disabled and decided to write a story about a funny, smart and wonderful person that has a future and goals just like everyone else. As Sharon M. Draper says “Get ready to meet a girl whose voice you will never, ever forget.”
Have you ever wanted to tell someone something, but you did not know how to say it or you could not say it at all? Did someone ever say that you were not smart? Melody, a character from the book Out of my Mind, goes through this everyday. Melody is an amazing child who is intelligent but no one knows. Melody remembers everything she sees or hears and she wishes there was a way to stop it. Melody can not walk or talk. She can not do anything herself and faces many challenges on a daily basis.
Melody never catches a break, there is a new challenge everyday that she needs to figure out. Melody is in 5th grade and is eleven years old. She attends school normally, but goes into a classroom that has other students with similar problems. Since no one knows melody is brilliant she does not learn anything past 3rd grade. After a couple months in fifth grade, Melody is put into a classroom with able bodied students and some of them do not accept Melody. Later she is faced with obstacle that seems impossible to face. Melody felt like all her hard work and progress in the classroom was not useful anymore. Melody always has someone by her side helping her and she appreciates everyone who does. Mrs.V for example has been with her since day one, and will never give up on her. Mrs.V is Melodys next door neighbor. She believes in Melody and will do anything to help her succeed. Everyone needs someone to look up too and sometimes it’s someone other than a child’s parents. If you have someone by your side every step of the way, you feel more confident and you know there is someone that will help you if something is not going the way you planned. Melody also has a new born sister Penny, who is very different from her. Melody wishes she can be a normal big sister but penny can always look up to melody in ways that are exteremly different from her parents because melody has been through so much then someone can even imagine and still as a huge smile on her face.
This book will teach the reader a lot. One essential lesson that is expressed in the book, is to never give up on something you want because anything is possible. Every page of this book is so detailed and it makes you really feel like you are with the characters in the book. If you are interested in fiction books this is the perfect book for you. It is not based off of a real events but while reading this it feels real and makes you want to meet Melody. Everyone may not look the same or not everyone is able to things “normal” people can do but it doesn't matter everyone is unique in their own amazing way. “Out of my mind” is an unbelievable book that everyone should read.
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This benchmark so far was okay. It was easier than other bm's because you got to choose a medium which you knew how to use or were more comfortable with. I think I did okay with the benchmark. I tried my best to use imovie and talk, which isn't the thing I'm best. Yes I don't mind talking but I'm not good at it. So the talking part of the benchmark sucks, but I didn't know what else I could do about it. I recorded it over and over again tons of times.
Below are charts that state the Spanish words into English, and what time it is
De la mañana
In the morning (AM)
De la tarde
In the afternoon ( PM)
De la noche
In the evening (PM)
|On the dot|
Notice the (S) and (Ud) in the second column. What do those two letters mean? The (s) shows that to greet someone informally, you would say 'Como estas,' instead of 'Como esta,' which is the shortened version of greeting someone with respect. The (Ud) is used when greeting someone of high respect, like your grandparents, or your parents. Ud. stands for 'usted.' Pretty simple, no? With practice, you'll get this down in no time! ¡Adios!
Here is a video of a high school student greeting a new spanish classmate. Notice how most of the phrases above are used, throughout the entire video.
2.)Something I learned about the network is how it's set up and what my network is. I had an OMG moment when we watched the video of how computer networks used to be, because it's crazy to see how drastically the internet has changed in just a few years.
3.)Some things I would tell others about an ISP/Home network are to be familiar with how often you use internet and how many devices you have, so you don't get over charged. Also, that you are sure your Internet Service Provider is trust worthy, and they give you good connection to the internet.
Notice how some things say 'bastante,' and 'parcialmente/mayormente.' Those are words that help describe the weather more accurately. You wouldn't want to tell someone it's just cold, when it's below freezing outside, would you? Knowing the various words and their meanings in spanish, is key if you want to speak fluently! Now that you've learned how to describe the weather, let's move on to how to ask and give it! Asking for the weather is not a hard concept to grasp. Since you've just learned the word 'tiempo,' which translates to 'weather,' in english, all you need to do is connect that knowledge with a few other words! Anyway, to ask for the weather, you would need to say, "¿Qué tiempo hace hoy?" which translates to 'What's the weather like?" Simple, right?
Alternatively, you can also learn the seasons, if you're trying to learn how to describe the weather during a certain part of the year. The second chart below should help! With practice, you'll be telling the weather in no time! ¡Adios!
Here's a video of a situation that could've been avoided by knowing the weather in spanish.
This is a video that properly teaches how to use manners in spanish
You will learn
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