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Easy Spanish, Lesson 19, “A donde’ vas con tus pies?” (Where do you go with your feet?)

Buenos Tardes. Como esta’ usted?  Soy un poco consada, pero no hay problema.  Aunque soy consada, te ensenare’ un poco del espanol. (Good evening. How are you? I am a little tired, but there is no problem. Even though I am tired, I will teach you a little Spanish.)  Again today, my Korean son in law is still singing “Para Bailar la Bamba!”  He seems to really like that song.  We ate dinner out, and he understood when I asked him “Comiste?” (Did you eat?)  After I asked him, he had me go through lots of verbs conjugating them for him.  He says Spanish is fun. He is serious, and it seems that he will learn to speak Spanish.  I hope you learn to speak Spanish too.  Let’s study!  Estudiamos nos!

Repaso:

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  1.  Que’ es?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

2.  Que’ haces con tus ojos?

repuesta:__________________________________________________________________________________

3. Que’ hiciste con tus ojos ayer?

repuesta: ________________________________________________________________________________

4. Que’ hara’ con tus ojos manana?

repuesta: ________________________________________________________________________________

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5. Comiste tu comida?

repuesta:__________________________________________________________________________________

6.  Te gusta comer las hamburguesas? (hamburger=hamburguesa)

repuesta: ________________________________________________________________________________

7. Te gusta comer las patatas? (potatoes=patatas)

repuresta: ________________________________________________________________________________

Leccion:

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Que’ son ‘estos? (What are these?)

Son los pies. (They are feet.) (pronunciation of “pies”: pee-eys)

Que’ haces con tus pies? (What do you do with your feet?)

Voy con mis pies. (I go with my feet.)\

Camino con mis pies. (I walk with my feet.) (pronunciation of “camino” : kahmeenoh)

Ando con mis pies. (I walk with my feet.)

Yo me levanto con mis pies. (I get up (stand up) with my feet.)

Bailo con mis pies. (I dance with my feet.)

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Corro con mis pies. (I run with my feet.)

Ellos corren con sus pies. (They run with their feet.)

Que’ hicieron ellos con sus pies? (What did they do with their feet?)

Ellos corrieron con sus pies. (They ran with their feet.)

Que’ haran con sus pies? (What will they do with their feet?)

Ellos correran con sus pies. (They will run with their feet.)

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Que’ hacen ellos con sus pies?(What do they do with their feet?)

Ellos caminan con sus pies. (They walk with their feet.)

Que’ hicieron ellos con sus pies? (What did they do with their feet?)

Ellos caminaron con sus pies. (They walked with their feet.)

Que’ haran con sus pies? (What will they do with their feet?)

Ellos caminaran con sus pies. (They will walk with their feet._

Que’ el hace con sus pies? (What does he do with his feet?)

El va con sus pies. (He goes with his feet.)

Camina con sus pies. (He walks with his feet.)

El se levanta con sus pies. (He stands up (gets up) with his feet.)

El baila con sus pies.  (He dances with his feet.)

El Corre con sus pies. (He runs with his feet.)

Que’ hiciste con tus pies ayer? (What did you do with your feet yesterday?)

Fui a mi casa con mis pies ayer. (I went home with my feet yesterday.)

Camine’ con mis pies ayer. (I walked with my feet yesterday.)

Baile’ con mis pies ayer. (I danced with my feet yesterday.)

Me levante’ con mis pies ayer. (I stood up (got up) with my feet yesterday.)

Que’ el hizo con sus pies ayer? (What did he do with his feet yesterday?)

El fui a su casa con sus pies ayer. (He went home with his feet yesterday.)

El camino’ con sus pies ayer. (He walked with his feet yesterday.)

El bailo’ con sus pies ayer. (He danced with his feet yesterday.)

Se levanto’ con sus pies ayer. (He stood up (got up) with his feet yesterday.

A donde’ vas con tus pies? (Where do you go with your feet?)

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Voy a la escuela con mis pies. (I go to school with my feet.)

A donde’ fuiste con tus pies? (Where did you go with your feet?) (pronunciation of “fuiste”:  foo-eestay)

Fui a la escuela con mis pies. (I went to school with my feet.) (pronunciation of “fui”: foo-ee)

A donde’ iras con tus pies (Where will you go with your feet?) (pronunciation of “iras”: eerahs)

Yo ire’ a la escuela con mis pies. (I will go to school with my feet.) (pronunciation of “ire'”: eeray)

A donde’ vas con tus pies? (Where do you go with your feet?)

Voy a mi casa con mis pies. (I go home with my feet.)

A donde’ va usted con tus pies? (Where do you go with your feet? (formal))

 

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Voy a la iglesia con mis pies. (I go to church with my feet.)

Quieres ir a la iglesia con tus pies conmigo? (Do you want to go to church with your feet with me?)

Si’, quiero ir a la iglesia con mis pies. (Yes, I want to go to church with my feet.)

Puedo ir contigo? (Can I go with you?)

Vamanos a la iglesia con nos pies. (Let’s go to church with our feet.)

A donde’ fuiste con tus pies? (Where did you go with your feet?)

Fui a la iglesia con mis pies. (I went to church with my feet.)

A donde’ iras con tus pies? (Where will you go with your feet?)

Ire’ a la iglesia con mis pies. (I will go to church with my feet.)

A donde’ ira’ ella con sus pies? (Where will she go with her feet?)

Ella ira’ a la iglesia con sus pies. (She will go to church with her feet.)

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Voy a la tienda con mis pies. (I go to the store with my feet.)

Vamanos a la tienda con nos pies. (Let’s go to the store with our feet.)

A donde’ fuiste con tus pies? (Where did you go with your feet?)

Fui a la tienda con mis pies. (I went to the store with my feet.)

Quieres ir a la tienda con tus pies? (Do you want to go to the store with you feet?)

Si’, quiero ir a la tienda con mis pies. (Yes, I want to go to the store with my feet.)

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Quieres bailar con tus pies? (Do you want to dance with your feet?)

Si’, quiero bailar con mis pies. (Yes, I want to dance with my feet.)

Puedes bailar con tus pies? (Can you dance with your feet?)

Si’, puedo bailar con mis pies? (Yes I can dance with my feet.)

Bailamos nos con nos pies. (Let’s dance with our feet.)

Bailaste con tus pies? (Did you dance with your feet?)

Si’, baile’ con mis pies. (Yes, I danced with my feet.)

Bailaras con tus pies? (Will you dance with your feet?)

Si’, bailare’ con mis pies. (Yes, I will dance with my feet.)

 

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Que’ hace el con sus pies? (What does he do with his feet?)

El baila con sus pies. (He dances with his feet.)

Que’ hizo con sus pies? (What did he do with his feet?)

El bailo’ con sus pies. (He danced with his feet.)

Que’ hara’ el con sus pies? (What will he do with his feet?)
El bailara con sus pies. (He will dance with his feet.)

Explicaciones:

  1.  “hacer” (to do, to make).  Simple present tense:  I do or make= hago. you do or make = tu haces. He or she does or makes= el hace. You do or make (formal)= usted hace. We do or make = hacemos.  They do or make = hacen.  You do or make (formal, plural)= ustedes hacen.  Simple past tense: I did or made = hice’. You did or made = hiciste. He or she did or made = hizo’.  You did or made (formal) = usted hizo.  We did or made = hicimos. They did or made= hicieron.  You guy did or made (formal)= ustedes hicieron.  Future tense:  I will do or make = hare’. You will do or make= haras. He or she will do or make = hara’. You will do or make (formal)= usted hara’.  We will do or make = haremos. They will do or make = haran. You will do or make (formal, plural) = ustedes haran. If you want to tell someone to do something, say ” lo hace!” (Do it!)
  2. “ir” (to go). Simple present tense: I go= voy. you go=vas. he or she goes = va. you go (formal) = usted va. We go= vamos.  They go= van. You go (formal)= usted van. Simple past tense:  I went= fui. you went= fuiste. he went=fue. you went (formal) = usted fue. We went = fuimos. They went = fuieron. You went (formal, plural) = ustedes fuieron. Future tense:  I will go = ire’. You will go = iras. He or she will go = ira’. You will go (formal) = usted ira’. We will go= iremos. They will go = iran. You will go (formal, plural) = ustedes iran. If you want to tell someone to go, say “va!”
  3. “Levantarse” (to get up or stand up) is a reflexive verb.  If you want to say, “I want to stand up,” you can say “Quiero levantarme.” If you want to tell someone to get up, say “Levanta!” or “Levanta te”!” Simple present tense:  I get up or stand up= me levanto, or levantarme (literally, I get myself up.) You get up or stand up = te levantas or levantarte. He or she gets up or stands up= se levanta or levantarse. You get up or stand up (formal) = Usted se levanta, usted levantarse. We get up or stand up= nos levantamos or levantarnos. They get up or stand up = se levantan or levantarse. Future tense: I will get up or stand up = me levantare’, you will get up or stand up = te levantaras. He or she will get up or stand up = se levantara’. You will get up or stand up (formal) = usted se levantara’. We will get up or stand up = nos levantaremos. They will get up or stand up= se levantaran. You guys will get up or stand up (formal) = ustedes se levantaran.
  4. “Caminar” (to walk). Simple present tense: I walk = camino. you walk = caminas. he or she walks = camina. you walk (formal)= usted camina. We walk= caminamos. They walk = caminan. You guys walk (formal)=ustedes caminan. Simple past tense:  I walked = camine’. you walked = caminaste. he or she walked = camino’. We walked= caminamos.  They walked= caminaron. You guys walked (formal) = Ustedes caminaron. Future tense:  I will walk= caminare’. You will walk= caminaras. he or she will walk =caminara’. You will walk (formal)= usted caminara’. we will walk = carminaremos.  They will walk = caminaran. You guys will walk (formal)= usted caminaran.
  5. “Bailar” (to dance).  Simple present tense:  I dance= bialo.  You dance= bialas. he, she dances= baila. you dance (formal) = usted baila. We dance= balilamos.  They dance= bailan. you guys dance (formal)= ustedes bailan. Simple past tense:  I danced = baile’. you danced=bailiste. he or she danced= bailo’. you dance (formal) = usted bailo’. We danced = bailamos. They danced= bailaron. You guys danced (formal) = Ustedes bailaron.  Future Tense:  I will dance = bailare’. you will dance= bailaras. he or she will dance = bailara’.  You will dance (formal) = usted bailara’. We will dance = bailaremos.  They will dance = bailaran. You guys will dance (formal) = ustedes bailaran.
  6. conmigo= with me. contigo= with you.

Ejercisios:

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  1.  Que’ hacen?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

2. Que’ hiciste?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

3.  Que’ haran?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

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4. Quieres ir a la iglesia conmigo?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

5.  Fuiste a la iglesia?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

6. Iras a la iglesia?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

7.  A donde’ vas?

repuesta: __________________________________________________________________________________

8. Usted ira’ a la escuela?

repuesta: __________________________________________________________________________________

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9.  Corriste tu?

repuesta: ________________________________________________________________________________

10. Que’ hacen ellos?

repuesta: __________________________________________________________________________________

11.  Que’ hicieron ellos?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

12. Que’ haran ellos?

repuesta: __________________________________________________________________________________

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13.  Puedes bailar?

repuesta: ________________________________________________________________________________

14.  Que’ hizo el?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

15.  Que’ hice el?

repuesta: __________________________________________________________________________________

16.  Que’ hara’ el?

repuesta: __________________________________________________________________________________

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17. Que’ hace ella con sus pies?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

18.  Que’ hice ella con sus pies?

respuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

19.  Que’ hara’ con sus pies?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

20. Donde’ esta’ ella?

repuesta: __________________________________________________________________________________

21. A donde’ fue ella?

repuesta: _________________________________________________________________________________

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Las Repuestas:

Las Repuestas del Repaso:

  1.  Es un ojo.
  2. Veo con mis ojos. . Miro con mis ojos./ Leyo con mis ojos.
  3. Vi’ con mis ojos ayer./ Mire’ con mis ojos ayer./ Lee’ con mis ojos ayer.
  4. Vere’ con mis ojos manana./ Mirare’ con mis ojos manana./ Leere’ con mis ojos manana.
  5. Si, come’ comida./ No, no come’ comida.
  6. Si’, me gusta comer las hamburguesas./ No, no me gusta comer las hamburguesas.
  7. Si’, me gusta comer las patatas./ No, no me gusta comer las patatas.

Las Repuestas de los Ejercisios:

  1.  Ellos caminan./ Ellos andan./ Ellos van.
  2. Ellos caminaron./ Ellos andaron./ Ellos fueron.
  3. Ellos caminaran./ Ellos andaran./ Ellos iran.
  4. Si’, quiero ir a la iglesia contigo./ No, no quiero ir a la iglesia contigo.
  5. Si’, fui a la iglesia./ No, no fui a la iglesia.
  6. Si’, ire’ a la iglesia./ No, no ire’ a la iglesia.
  7. Voy a la iglesia./ Voy a la escuela./ Voy a la tienda./ Voy a mi casa.
  8. Si’, ire’ a la escuela./ No, no ire’ a la escuela.
  9. Si’, corre’./ No, no corre’.
  10. Ellos corren.
  11. Ellos corrieron.
  12. Ellos correran.
  13. Si’, puedo bailar./ No, no puedo bailar.
  14. El bailo’.
  15. El baila.
  16. El bailara.
  17. Ella se levanta./ Ella levantarse.
  18. Ella se levanto’.
  19. Ella se levantara’.
  20. Ella esta’ a la escuela./ Ella esta’ delante de la pizzara./ Ella esta’ en frente de la pizzara.
  21. Ella fue a la escuela./ Ella fue delante de la pizzara./ Ella fue en frente de la pizzara.

 

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