Lesson 10

Lesson 10 Chapter 1vocab
we have to stop
I can find them
danced with the little bull
although he was tired
the public loved his style
Thanks for the help
Bulls are never killed. Bullfighters are sometimes killed.
Please tell his friend
Lleva esta maleta, y yo puedo llevar ésta. Yo ECHÉ de ver un hotel al otro lado del edificio allí. No-no-no, lleva esta maleta; la otra es demasiada pesada para ti.
Chapter 2Add an -ía to the verb when you want to express would , and when you want to express probability in the past . For example, El iría means both He would go , and He probably went .
I would speak with him.
She would eat tomorrow.
We would live in Puerto Rico.
I would buy
They would read
We would notice
You would live (tu)
She would communicate
You would see
How much did the new car probably cost?
I was probably busy when you called.
At what time did she probably arrive?
Pancho wasn’t here yesterday. He probably went to the beach.
I would go tomorrow, but it’s impossible.
They probably saw the cookies and took them
I would like to live in Spain, but I lack the money.
It wouldn’t matter to me, because I already have work.
Would you travel to Europe?
They would mess everything up
I would tell him, but he isn’t here today. He was here yesterday in the morning, but he probably left in the afternoon because I didn’t see him again.
Chapter 3Future with voy, vas, va, vamos, and van
You’ve learned that the preterit past FUI, FUISTE, FUE, FUIMOS, and FUERON has its imperfect past partner IBA, IBAS, IBA, ÍBAMOS, IBAN . By definition, the preterit reports a specific point in time while the imperfect describes a habitual or ongoing action.
She is going to give me it
Did you go buy it?
Are you going to call her? (familiar)
I went to exchange the money
I went to the beach
I used to go to the beach
We would go
Get out of here
Where are you going?
They went downtown
They are going to see me Wednesday.
I was going downtown when
Chapter 4yo ayudaré, tu ayudarás, el/ella ayudará, nosotros ayudarémos, ellos/ellas ayudarán – yo and nosostros (includes speaker) uses é, otherwise á, You’ll want to use Recipe 8 when describing events that are not too far into the future : Mis amigos comen esta noche.
Will you eat with us
Will you close the door
I will see Marta tomorrow (recipe 11)
Will you speak with her
We will eat here Friday
Where will you go
What time do you wake up (familiar)
They will live in Mexico
She will walk
Will you work Saturday
Will they see us
I’ll invite her
I’ll speak with her
We’ll show him the gift next week
I will be a teacher
What will you be (familiar)
It will be one
It will be five
It’ll be 3:30 when you arrive tomorrow. Is it possible to arrive earlier?
Recipe 11 can describe the conjectural present.
I wonder if it’s Lupe.
I wonder if it’s them.
I wonder what she’s buying.
I wonder how much it costs.
like this little thing here. I wonder how much it costs.
we’ll see each other
we’ll see each other
Chapter 5Anytime you want to say . . . would study, . . . would work, . . . would prefer, . . . would see ; you’ll attach -ía to the dictionary form of the verb. // Anytime you want to express a probably or I wonder (if) in the past, you’ll attach an -ía to the verb.
I would study.
She would see.
Would you work?
We would live . . .
I would study it.
She would see me.
Would you invite her?
I would give it to him.
I wonder if she bought it?
She probably saw me.
He was probably here.
I wonder if they gave it to him.
poner (would/probable past)
I would tell them that it’s impossible to do it.
When they say the same thing again, I’d leave.
I would want to go, because it’s free.
I would have it, but Alicia took it.
I wonder if he wanted it.
I will see her tomorrow.
Will you be here?
It will be 5:00.
We will study.
Will you all be here?
poner (future)
I will always love you
I will always love you
Will you learn it?
Will they marry?
They’re probably enjoying themselves.
We’ll do it Thursday.
I’ll write to them.