March 2, 2016

posted Mar 2, 2016, 3:14 PM by Unknown user
Science: You all did a great job with your first lab report today. As we discussed what is expected and what is unnecessary - you should have been updating, changing, and re-wording what you had written already on your first draft. Now you are to re-type your lab report using the changes discussed in today's class, print it up for me, and turn it in first thing in the morning (prior to going on your class trip).  
Please note that ya'll had a chance to work on it in computer class already - completing this task should be a breeze. 

Spanish: you were introduced to a new irregular verb rule (o) --> (ue). 
Homework: 5x each in Spanish and 1x each in English. Also - conjugate the verbs highlighted in yellow. Due Friday

There are some instances when an irregular verb which contains an (o) within its spelling, which must be changed to an (ue). When conjugated, (o) changes to (ue) (with the exception of nostoros and vosotros). For example:

Volar = To Fly

Vuelo

I Fly

Volamos

We Fly

Vuelas

You Fly

Volais

You Fly

Vuela

He, She, It, You Flies

Vuelan

You all, They Fly

 

The following tables represent –ar, -er, and –ir verbs which follow the (o) to (ue) rules…

-AR

Acordarse

To Remember

Acostarse

To Go To Bed

Almorzar

To Eat Lunch

Contar

To Count

Costar

To Cost

Demostrar

To Show

Encontrar

To Find, To Meet

*Jugar

To Play

Mostrar

To Show

Probar

To Prove, To Test

Recordar

To Remember

Volar

To Fly

*The verb jugar is conjugated in the same manner although it does not contain the letter (o).

-ER

Devolver

To Return an Object, To Give Something Back

Envolver

To Wrap Up

Mover

To Move

Poder

To Be Able

Resolver

To Resolve

Soler

To Want

Volver

To Return

 

 


-IR

Dormir

To Sleep

Morir

To Die

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