Hay – there is (singular) No hay -- there is not
There are (plural) No hay – There are not
Hay dos perros en la casa.
No hay muchas manzanas.
Hay un perro muy grande.
Exercises to practise:
Vocabulary related to House/Casa
Piso: Flat Apartamento: Apartment
Habitaciòn: Room Salòn: Sitting Room
Cuarto de Baṅo: Bathroom Pasillo: Hall
Comedor: Dining Room Cocina: Kitchen
Mesa: Table Silla: Chair
Cama: Bed Plato: Plate
Taza: Cup Cuchara: Spoon
Cuchillo: Knife Tenedor: Fork
Vaso: Glass Servilleta: Napkin
Jardìn : Garden Televisiòn: TV
Sofà: couch Cama: Bed
Làmpara: Lamp Mesilla de noche: Side table
MASCULINE(Masculino) FEMININE (Femenino)
THIS ESTE ESTA
THAT ESE ESA
THAT (over there) AQUEL AQUELLA
THESE ESTOS ESTAS
THOSE ESOS ESAS
THOSE (over there) AQUELLOS AQUELLAS
Demonstrative adjectives always precede the noun and agree with it in gender and number:
It must be repeated:
Estos chicos y estas chicas
Esas mesas y esas sillas
That car is expensive
Those cigarettes are strong
That church is very old
These friends are from Malaga
This table is free
This lift is full
Those grapes are sweet
Those books (over there) are interesting
- CD (listening comprehensions) - Section 1
- Short writing/reading comprehensions - Section 2
- Letter/ blog - Section 3
Listening to past papers and answering the questions that go with them can be helpul to learn the different accents and the tempo they speak at.
Basic day to day nouns and adjectives are good to know to be able to spot in reading comprehensions and will give you a better understanding of the overall piece.
Keeping track of new words as you go through the different chapters can be helpful to build up your vocabulary.
Key topics to be able to talk about in letters and blogs would be ...
- Going on holidays
- Describing your area
- Pass times
- Your school
- Family and pets
Past papers and exam style questions are very handy and prepare you for the layout of the actual test. ( examinations.ie, study clix, etc. )