Ep.6 Classroom Phrases
Classroom phrases are used in many situations to describe or explain something to a person, or even to tell a person what to do. For example, "Abran los libros" would be telling you to open your books. Another example would be, "Cierren los libros" which means close your books. There are many different words that you will hear and maybe even say in the classroom throughout your life. All of these words have there own different meanings. These are some more classroom phrases with their meanings: - mwilliamsfarb mwilliamsfarb

  • Escriban... - Write...
  • Escuchen.. - Listen (to)...
  • Lean.. - Read..
  • Levanten la mano. - Raise your hand.
  • Miren el pizarrón. - Look at the chalkboard.
  • La foto. - the photo.
  • Pásenme la tarea. - Pass in the homework.
  • Repitan. - Repeat.
  • Saquen un lápiz. - Take out a pencil.


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Costa's Questions

Question 1: ¿Compare escriban to lean en español?
Answer 1: Escriban means, to write while the word Lean happens to mean, read. But the also end with the -an verb.- mwilliamsfarb mwilliamsfarb

Question 2: ¿What does levanten la mano mean?
Answer 2: Raise your hand.

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Question 3: ¿Group the classroom phrases, verbs by alphabetical order?
Answer 3: Tarea,Escriban, Lean, Repitan, Eschuchen, Miren, Saquen.- mwilliamsfarb mwilliamsfarb

For more information on this topic you should check out these two links, School Vocabulary and Pronunciación . The reason we chose these two links is because you have to know class vocabulary for class phrases and for pronunciacion you have to know how to say certain letters to pronounce the word correctly
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MORE WORDS



¡Buenos días!
bway-nohs dee-ahs

Good Morning




¡Buenas tardes!
bway-nahs tard-ays


Good Afternoon


¡Buenas noches!
bway-nahs noh-chays



Good Evening, Good Night



¡ Hola! / ¡Chao!
oh-lah / chow


Hi/ Bye


Por favor.
por fah-bor


Please



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Resources: Gahala, Estella, Patricia H. Carlin, Audrey L. Heining-Boynton, Ricardo Otheguy, and Barbara J. Rupert. ¡En EspañOl! Evanston, IL: McDougal Littell, 2000. 14-15.
HHafarb, NMcLaughlinFarb., School Vocabulary.
RDardarfarb, JJhonsonfarb, Pronunciacion - lmurrell lmurrell

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