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1 December 18, 2006 Lesson 09 Notes In this edition: review and practice of materials covered in lessons 1-8. Ahora hablo español Lesson 09 Programme Notes Welcome to Coffee Break Spanish, the podcast aimed at independent learners of Spanish. In Coffee Break Spanish we ll be guiding you through the basics of the Spanish language and helping you to learn to communicate in Spain and Spanish-speaking countries. In this edition of Coffee Break Spanish we ll be reviewing the materials covered in lessons of the podcast and providing some practice materials to help you consolidate your learning.. Test yourself Much of this lesson is about review. We realise that you can test yourself with the vocabulary lists which come with each lesson. If you ve been downloading our pdf materials each week then you ll be keen to learn how to read Spanish in addition to speaking. This guide includes exercises covering materials from the basic podcasts and from the bonus vocabulary sections of each lesson featured in the pdf guides. Answers are at the end of this unit! Exercise 1 (basic) Translate the following phrases into English: 1. Hola, qué tal? 2. Hasta luego 3. De donde es usted? 4. Soy de España 5. No soy de Salamanca 6. Dónde vives? 7. Ésta es mi madre 8. Tengo cinco hermanos 9. Trabajo en una fábrica 10. Estoy jubilada. 11. Eres ama de casa? 12. No me gusta mucho leer Exercise 2 (basic) Translate the following phrases into Spanish, taking care to ensure that you re using the correct spelling and including any accents required: 1

2 1. See you tomorrow 2. What is your name? (informal) 3. I am from Australia 4. I am from Barcelona. 5. Where do you live? (formal) 6. This is my sister. She is called Luisa. 7. I have a sister and a brother. 8. I work in a shop. 9. Do you like your job? (informal) 10. I am a lawyer. 11. I like music. 12. I love to learn Spanish. If you ve been using the pdf guides for each lesson you ve also had access to the bonus vocabulary. The following two exercises will test your knowledge of this vocabulary. Exercise 3 (bonus) Translate the following phrases into English: 1. Qué hay? 2. No me puedo quejar 3. Hasta la semana que viene 4. Mucho gusto 5. Soy de Nueva Zelanda 6. No soy de aquí 7. Vivo en un pueblo 8. Es usted de aquí? 9. Ésta es mi amiga 10. Te presento a mi abuelo 11. Tienes hijos? 12. Estoy casado 13. Soy camarero 14. Eres dependiente? 15. Estoy desempleada 16. Qué te gusta hacer? 17. Me encanta jugar al golf 18. Te gusta ir al cine? 19. No me gusta la comida italiana 20. Le gusta estar con su familia? Exercise 4 (bonus) Translate the following phrases into Spanish, again taking care to ensure that you re spelling the words correctly and using the correct masculine or feminine forms where appropriate: 1. Until the next time. 2. I m from Japan. 3. Are you (informal) from Portugal? 4. I live in a flat in a city. 5. This is my uncle. 6. Do you have children? (formal) 7. I am your mother (informal) 8. I am a cook (feminine form) 9. Are you a nurse? (informal/masculine form) 10. What do you do in your free time? (informal) 11. I like to play the piano. 12. I don t like going to the cinema See the end of this lesson to check your answers for the exercises. Dialogues Two dialogues were included in the main podcast for lesson 9. Here are the dialogues in full with a translation and explanation of any new phrases and words. Hola, buenos días. Qué tal? Juan: Hola. Muy bien. Y tú, qué tal? Yo, fenomenal. Yo soy Eva. Cómo te llamas? Juan: Me llamo Juan. Éste es mi hijo. Miguel: Hola, me llamo Miguel. Hola, Miguel. Qué tal? Miguel: Muy bien, gracias. Juan: Tienes hijos? Sí, tengo una hija. Se llama Gabriela. Juan: Eres de aquí? No, soy de Francia. Vivo con mi marido en Paris. Juan: Miguel y yo somos de Mallorca, de Alcudia. Pues... me tengo que ir. Hasta otra. Juan: Sí, hasta otra. Miguel: Adiós! Below is a translation of the above dialogue to help you. Hello there. How are you? Juan: Hi. Very well. How about you? I m great. I m Eva. What s your name? Juan: I m called Juan. This is my son. Miguel: Hi, my name is Miguel. Hi, Miguel. How are you? Miguel: Very well, thank you. Juan: Do you have children? 2

3 Yes, I have a daughter. She s called Gabriela. Juan: Are you from here? No, I m from France. I live with my husband in Paris. Juan: Miguel and I are from Mallorca, from Alcudia. Well, I ve got to go. See you again some time. Juan: Yes, see you another time. Miguel: Bye! You are already familiar with the phrase soy de... meaning I am from.... Note that Juan says: somos de Mallorca we are from Mallorca This is the form of the verb ser ( to be ) for we. We ll be learning more about verbs in future lessons. Another useful phrase listed in this lesson is: me tengo que ir I have to go You ve already met the word tengo, meaning I have. When it s followed by que it means I have to do something, eg. tengo que cantar, I have to sing, etc. Here s the second dialogue from lesson 09. Carlos:Hola, buenos días. Qué tal? Maria: Hola. Todo bien, gracias. Carlos: Cómo te llamas? Maria: Me llamo Maria. Soy de Italia, de Verona. Carlos:Pero, hablas español... Maria: Sí, hablo un poco de español. Carlos:Yo soy Carlos. Vivo aquí en Tarragona, pero soy de Barcelona. Maria: Tienes hermanos? Carlos:Sí, tengo un hermano y una hermana. Mi hermano se llama Cesar y mi hermana se llama Isabel. Tienes hermanos, tú? Maria: Sí, dos hermanas, Carla y Luisa. Carlos: Trabajas o estudias? Maria: Bueno, estudio en la universidad de Tarragona, pero también trabajo en un restaurante. Carlos:Muy bien. Yo estudio en Barcelona y trabajo en una tienda de música. Maria: Te gusta la música? Carlos:Sí, me gusta mucho. Me gusta cantar. Maria: A mí también me gusta cantar, pero no canto muy bien! Carlos: Bueno, hasta pronto, espero. Maria: Sí, quizás! Here is the translation of the above dialogue: Carlos: Hello there. How are you doing? Maria: Hi. Good, thanks. Carlos:What s your name? Maria: My name is Maria. I m from Italy, from Verona. Carlos: But you speak Spanish... Maria: Yes, I speak a little Spanish. Carlos:I m Carlos. I live here in Tarragona, but I m from Barcelona. Maria: Do you have any brothers or sisters? Carlos: Yes, I have a brother and a sister. My brother is called Cesar and my sister is called Isabel. Do you have brothers or sisters? Maria: Yes, two sisters, Carla and Luisa. Carlos: Do you work or are you studying? Maria: Well, I study in Tarragona University, but I also work in a restaurant. Carlos: Cool. I study in Barcelona and I work in a music shop. Maria Do you like music? Carlos: Yes, I really like it. I like singing. Maria: I like singing too, but I don t sing very well! Carlos: Well, maybe see you again some time. I hope so. Maria: Yes, perhaps! Again, there are a few phrases in this dialogue which increase the range of your vocabulary. One thing to note is that the name Maria in Spanish is normally written with an accent on the i: María. However, this Maria is Italian and there is no accent on the i in Italian! Maria says: todo bien everything s good 3

4 You can also use this as a question: todo bien? meaning is everything ok? This is very common in Spanish. A very important phrase to learn is: hablo español I speak Spanish This gives rise to the question: hablas español? do you speak Spanish (inf) The formal version is as follows: habla usted español? do you speak Spanish (formal) Maria says that she speaks a little Spanish, un poco de español. The name of this lesson is Ahora hablo español, now I speak Spanish. If you ve been following all the lessons of Coffee Break Spanish you should now be able to say this proudly! Towards the end of the dialogue Carlos says: bueno... well... Although bueno literally means good, it s one of the filler words in Spanish which you can use while you re thinking of what to say next. Carlos also says: espero I hope This is from the verb esperar, meaning to hope. Answers to exercises Exercise 1 (basic) Remember when translating into English then an approximate translation is fine, eg. Qué tal? could be translated as How are you?, How are you doing?, How s it going?, etc. 1. Hi, how are you? 2. See you soon 3. Where are you from? (formal) 4. I am from Spain 5. I m not from Salamanca 6. Where do you live? (informal) 7. This is my mother 8. I have five brothers 9. I work in a factory 10. I m retired (feminine) 11. Are you a housewife? (informal) 12. I don t really like reading. Exercise 2 (basic) Try to make sure that these are 100% correct, eg. the correct formal or informal verb, the correct masculine or feminine ending, etc. 1. Hasta mañana 2. Cómo te llamas? 3. Soy de Australia 4. Soy de Barcelona 5. Dónde vive usted? 6. Ésta es mi hermana. Se llama Luisa. 7. Tengo una hermana y un hermano. 8. Trabajo en una tienda. 9. Te gusta tu trabajo? 10. Soy abogado. 11. Me gusta la música. 12. Me encanta aprender español. Exercise 3 (bonus) 1. How s it going? 2. I can t complain 3. Until next week / See you next week 4. Pleased to meet you 5. I m from New Zealand 6. I m not from here 7. I live in a village 8. Are you from here? (formal) 9. This is my friend (female) 10. Let me introduce you to my grandmother. 11. Do you have children? (informal) 12. I m married 13. I m a waiter 14. Are you a shop assistant? (informal) 15. I m out of work / unemployed (feminine) 16. What do you like doing? 17. I love playing golf. 18. Do you like going to the cinema? (informal) 19. I don t like Italian food 20. Do you like spending time with your family? (formal) NB. This could also mean Does he/she like spending time with his/her family. Exercise 4 (bonus) 1. Hasta la próxima. 2. Soy de Japón. 3. Eres de Portugal? 4. Vivo en un piso en una ciudad. 4

5 5. Éste es mi tío. 6. Tiene usted hijos? 7. Soy tu madre 8. Soy cocinera 9. Eres enfermero? 10. Qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre? 11. Me gusta tocar el piano. 12. No me gusta ir al cine. CoffeeBreakSpanish.com All materials Copyright Radio Lingua International

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