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1 Una fiesta de cumpleaños Realidades 1 Capítulo 5A Nombre:

2 P223 Act1 La familia de Cristina jcd ! " 2.! " 3.! " 5.! " 6.! " P223 Act2 Preparamos la fiesta jcd ! " 4.! " 8.! " P225 Act3 Comprendes? 1. A B 2. D 3. C E F G P226 Act4 Quién es?

3 P226 Act5 En la fiesta de cumpleaños P228 Act9 Rompecabezas Cuántos años tiene Enrique?

4 Realidades Nombre Fecha Hora Guided Practice Activities 5A-1 The verb tener You have already learned some forms of the verb tener (to have): tengo, tienes. Tener is an irregular verb. Here are its forms. yo tengo nosotros/nosotras tenemos tú tienes vosotros/vosotras tenéis usted/él/ella tiene ustedes/ellos/ellas tienen A. Write the correct form of tener next to each subject pronoun. 1. él 4. nosotras 2. usted 5. yo 3. ellos 6. tú Tener is used to show relationship or possession. Tengo dos hermanas. I have two sisters. Tienes una bicicleta. You have a bicycle. Tener is also used to express age, hunger, and thirst. Tengo catorce años. I am fourteen years old. Tengo hambre. I am hungry. Tengo sed. I am thirsty. B. Read each numbered sentence with tener. Then write the number of that sentence in the correct column in the chart, depending on whether tener is used to express possession, age, thirst/hunger, or relationship. Follow the model. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. possession age thirst/hunger relationship 1 1. Cuántos años tiene tu tío? 4. Mi hermana tiene tres años. 2. Nosotras tenemos diez primos. 5. Yo tengo un regalo para mi abuela. 3. Tiene sed tu padre? 6. Mis primos tienen mucha hambre. C. Now look at the following sentences and write in the missing forms of tener. 1. Mi prima Ana once años. 2. Yo un regalo para mi tía. 3. Mis hermanos mucha hambre. 4. Nosotros tres gatos. 5. Cuántos años tu padre? 6. sed tu hermano? WEB CODE jcd-0504 Guided Practice Activities 5A-1 159

5 Realidades Nombre Fecha Hora Guided Practice Activities 5A-2 D. Look at the family tree. Write forms of tener to complete each sentence below it. Capitán León Alfonso Alicia Ramón Sara Anita Eduardo Patricia Luis Mariluisa Carmen Roberto Carlos Margarita 1. Patricia tres primos. 2. Alfonso y Alicia siete nietos. 3. Carlos un tío. 4. Mariluisa, tú tres hermanos. 5. Roberto y Carlos una hermana. 6. Nosotros un perro y un gato. E. Now, answer the following questions in complete sentences. 1. Cuántos años tienes? Yo. 2. Cuántos hermanos tienes? Yo. 3. Tienes sed? Sí / No,. 4. Tienes hambre? Sí / No,. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 160 Guided Practice Activities 5A-2 WEB CODE jcd-0504

6 P229 Act11 Entrevista P229 Act12 Reportaje! P229 Act13 Preparar una fiesta de cumpleaños

7 P230 Act14 La familia de Pablo P232 Act18 La Cenicienta y su familia

8 Realidades Nombre Fecha Hora Guided Practice Activities 5A-3 Possessive adjectives Possessive adjectives are used to indicate who owns what and to show relationships. In English, my, your, his, her, our, and their are possessive adjectives. yo mi/mis nosotros nuestro/nuestros nosotras nuestra/nuestras tú tu/tus vosotros vuestro/vuestros vosotras vuestra/vuestras usted/él/ella su/sus ustedes/ellos/ellas su/sus Spanish possessive adjectives, just like any other adjectives, change their endings to reflect number. The nosotros and nosotras forms (nuestro, nuestra, nuestros, nuestras) also change to reflect gender. mi hermano / mis hermanos mi hija / mis hijas tu flor / tus flores BUT: nuestro tío / nuestros tíos nuestra tía / nuestras tías A. Look at each noun. Write S if the noun is singular and P if it is plural. 1. primo 5. pastel 2. regalos 6. tío 3. hijas 7. globos 4. flor 8. familias B. Now, circle the correct possessive adjective for each of the nouns from part A. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 1. ( mi / mis ) primo 5. ( tu / tus ) pastel 2. ( su / sus ) regalos 6. ( mi / mis ) tío 3. ( tu / tus ) hijas 7. ( su / sus ) globos 4. ( mi / mis ) flor 8. ( tu / tus ) familias C. Write mi in front of each singular noun and mis in front of each plural noun. 1. piñata 2. hermanos 3. regalos 4. flores WEB CODE jcd-0505 Guided Practice Activities 5A-3 161

9 Realidades Nombre Fecha Hora Guided Practice Activities 5A-4 5A-1 Possessive adjectives (continued) D. Look at each noun. Circle S if it is singular and P if it is plural. Circle M if it is masculine and F if it is feminine. Follow the model. Modelo pasteles ( S / P ) and ( M / F ) 1. decoraciones ( S / P ) and ( M / F ) 4. flores ( S / P ) and ( M / F ) 2. hijos ( S / P ) and ( M / F ) 5. luz ( S / P ) and ( M / F ) 3. gato ( S / P ) and ( M / F ) 6. globos ( S / P ) and ( M / F ) E. Below are the nouns from part D. Write nuestro, nuestra, nuestros, or nuestras in front of each one. Follow the model. Modelo nuestros pasteles 1. decoraciones 4. flores 2. hijos 5. luz 3. gato 6. globos F. Circle the correct word to complete each sentence. 1. Tenemos ( nuestros / nuestras ) decoraciones en el coche. 2. Voy a la fiesta con ( mi / mis ) abuelos. 3. Aquí tienes ( tu / tus ) regalo. 4. Alicia va a hacer una piñata con ( su / sus ) hermano. 5. ( Nuestro / Nuestra ) familia saca muchas fotos en las fiestas. 6. Ella va a la fiesta con ( su / sus ) perro. G. Write the correct form of the possessive adjective indicated to complete each sentence. Follow the models. Modelos nuestro: Ella es nuestra tía. mi: Roberto y Luis son mis primos. 1. tu: Elena y Margarita son hermanas. 2. mi: León es perro. 3. nuestro: Ellos son primos. 4. su: Adela es abuela. 5. su: Adela y Hernando son abuelos. 6. nuestro: Roberto es hijo. 7. nuestro: Lidia y Susana son tías. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 162 Guided Practice Activities 5A-4 WEB CODE jcd-0505

10 P235 Act23 Feliz cumpleaños! 1. Who is it for? 2. List the dimunutives. 3. What words do you understand? 4. How many objects can you name? P235 Act24 La fiesta de cumpleaños jcd C F 2. C F 3. C F 4. C F 5. C F 6. C F

11 Realidades 1 Capítulo 5A GramActiva Una fiesta de cumpleaños Juego, p. 234 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Capítulo 5A GramActiva 17

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