can anyone help me with my homework for spanish!?!?!?

Choose to use either ser or estar for each situation below.

1. temporary condition

2. time

3. possession

4. health

5. location

6. profession

a. ser

b. estar

Part B

Choose the proper sequence of verbs for each sentence below.

7. ¿Qué hora _____? _____ las dos y media.

a. está, Son

b. es, Son

c. está, Están

8. Yo _____ en la escuela, pero mi libro _____ en casa.

a. estoy, está

b. soy, es

c. estoy, es

9. ¿Cómo _____ tus padres? _____ bien, gracias.

a. son, Están

b. están, Están

c. están, Son

10. La chica _____ inglesa, yo _____ española.

a. es, estoy

b. está, estoy

c. es, soy

Parte C

Choose the correct full Spanish name for the following people.

11. Diego Moreno Gonzalez marries Elena Gómez Espinosa. Choose the full name of their daughter Alícia.

a. Alícia Espinosa Gonzalez

b. Alícia Moreno Gómez

12. Alicía marries Alberto Sánchez Lezama. What is her married name?

a. Alicía Gómez de Lezama

b. Alicía Moreno de Sánchez

Parte D

Write the correct article for the following nouns.

13. montaña

14. papeles

15. flores

16. profesor

17. lápiz

a. el

b. una

c. los

d. unas

Parte E

Choose the proper ending for each sentence below. Each ending will be used only once.

18. Juan es...

19. Mi casa es...

20. No estoy...

21. Mi amiga está...

22. Los chicos están...

a. de madera.

b. cansado.

c. en casa.

d. de México.

e. enferma.

Parte F

Click on the True button for each statement that is true; click on the False button for each statement that is partly or entirely false.

23. The present Mexican flag was adopted in 1721.

a. True

b. False

24. The colors on the Mexican flag are red, white, and green.

a. True

b. False

25. Tenochtitlán was built by the Mayan Indians.

a. True

b. False

26. A person’s Saint’s Day is celebrated on November first by all Spanish-speaking people.

a. True

b. False

27. When making a sentence negative in Spanish, you may use a double negative.

a. True

b. False

Parte G

Match the following weather conditions to their clothing needs.

28. Hace viento.

29. Hace frío.

30. Hace calor.

a. Lleva una chaqueta.

b. Lleva el traje de baño.

c. Lleva abrigo y guantes.

Parte H

Choose the correct ending for the following verbs according to the subjects given.

31. permitir; ellos

a. -emos

b. -en

c. -an

32. ayudar; tú

a. -a

b. -o

c. -as

33. venir; yo

a. -o

b. -e

c. -go

34. querer; nosotros

a. -emos

b. -imos

c. -amos

Parte I

Match each furniture item to its function.

35. el escritorio

36. la ventana

37. las escaleras

38. la mesa

39. la puerta

a. para entrar

b. para comer

c. para estudiar

d. para subir

e. para abrir

Parte J

Choose the correct answers for the math problems.

40. Cuarenta y dos menos veinte y uno son _____.

41. Cincuenta y nueve y tres son _____.

42. Dos por catorce son _____.

a. sesenta y dos

b. veinte y ocho

c. diez y seis

d. veinte y uno

Parte K

Match the following times to their English translation.

43. Son las doce y veinte.

44. Es medianoche.

45. Es la una menos uno.

46. Son las nueve menos diez

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Ser indicates a contancy, something that will not change. Estar indicates a state of being that is changable, like the weather, your health, time, etc.

    La, Las are feminine qualifiers. El, los are masculine.

    I strongly suggest that you consult your textbook.

  • 1 decade ago

    Part B

    Choose the proper sequence of verbs for each sentence below.

    7. ¿Qué hora __es___? __Son___ las dos y media.

    8. Yo _estoy____ en la escuela, pero mi libro _está____ en casa.

    9. ¿Cómo _están____ tus padres? _Están____ bien, gracias.

    10. La chica __es___ inglesa, yo __soy___ española.

    Parte C

    Choose the correct full Spanish name for the following people.

    11. Diego Moreno Gonzalez marries Elena Gómez Espinosa. Choose the full name of their daughter Alícia.

    b. Alícia Moreno Gómez

    12. Alicía marries Alberto Sánchez Lezama. What is her married name?

    b. Alicía Moreno de Sánchez

    Parte D

    Write the correct article for the following nouns.

    13. una montaña

    14. los papeles

    15. unas flores

    16. el profesor

    17. el lápiz

    Parte E

    Choose the proper ending for each sentence below. Each ending will be used only once.

    18. Juan es... de México.

    19. Mi casa es... de madera.

    20. No estoy... cansado.

    21. Mi amiga está... enferma.

    22. Los chicos están...en casa.

    Parte F

    Click on the True button for each statement that is true; click on the False button for each statement that is partly or entirely false.

    23. The present Mexican flag was adopted in 1721.

    b. False

    24. The colors on the Mexican flag are red, white, and green.

    a. True

    25. Tenochtitlán was built by the Mayan Indians.

    b. False

    26. A person’s Saint’s Day is celebrated on November first by all Spanish-speaking people.

    a. True

    27. When making a sentence negative in Spanish, you may use a double negative.

    a. True

    Parte G

    Match the following weather conditions to their clothing needs.

    28. Hace viento. - a. Leva una chaqueta.

    29. Hace frío - c- Lleva abrigo y guantes.

    30. Hace calor. - b. Lleva el traje de baño.

    Parte H

    Choose the correct ending for the following verbs according to the subjects given.

    31. permitir; ellos

    b. -en

    32. ayudar; tú

    c. -as

    33. venir; yo

    c. -go

    34. querer; nosotros

    a. -emos

    Parte I

    Match each furniture item to its function.

    35. el escritorio - c. para estudiar

    36. la ventana - e. para abrir

    37. las escaleras -d. para subir

    38. la mesa - b. para comer

    39. la puerta - a. para entrar

    Parte J

    Choose the correct answers for the math problems.

    40. Cuarenta y dos menos veinte y uno son _d. veinte y uno____.

    41. Cincuenta y nueve y tres son __a. sesenta y dos ___.

    42. Dos por catorce son _b. veinte y ocho ____.

    Parte K

    Match the following times to their English translation.

    43. Son las doce y veinte. (It is 12:20)

    44. Es medianoche. (It is midnight)

    45. Es la una menos uno. (It is 12:59)

    46. Son las nueve menos diez (It is 8:50)

    Note:

    I forgot to do part A, but you can do it yourself.

    ser is a permanent situation and estar is a temporary one.

    Source(s): Mother tongue
  • 1 decade ago

    ser = permanent or not easily changeable

    estar = temporary or easily changeable

    ser is used when telling time of day, an inherent property of something (i.e. the door is made of wood, Jon is tall)

    estar is used for location, health condition, weather

    Otherwise, do your own homework, you're not gonna learn anything by others answering for you

  • 1 decade ago

    I would willingly help you to do this, i know the answers, however you're enevr going to pass your GCSE or whatever spanish if you don't learn things for yourself, believe me i was in your position 2 years or so ago. Just have a look at something ive copied for you from my GCSE notes, i hope it helps you;

    Ser and estar can both be translated as "to be." Here is the English verb, fully conjugated:

    to be

    I am

    you are

    he/she is

    we are

    you-all are

    they are

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    Notice that these two sentences can have different meanings in English.

    The apple is green.

    (Meaning the apple is not ripe.)

    The apple is green.

    (Meaning the color of the apple is green.)

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    In the first case, our example speaks of the condition of the apple. The apple is green because it has not yet ripened. When the condition of the apple changes, that is, when it has ripened, it will no longer be green, it will be ripe.

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    In the second case, our example speaks of the essential characteristics of the apple. The apple is green in color. This particular apple remains green even after it has ripened.

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    In English, the verb "to be" can be used to tell how something is (the condition) and what something is (the essence).

    How is the apple?

    It is unripe.

    What color is the apple?

    It is green.

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    In Spanish, a different verb is used to express "to be" depending on whether the speaker intends to address a condition or an essential quality.

    La manzana está verde.

    The apple is green. (condition)

    La manzana es verde.

    The apple is green. (essence)

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    Note how the adjective "verde" actually changes meaning, depending upon whether it is used with ser or estar.

    La manzana está verde.

    (condition: verde = unripe)

    La manzana es verde.

    (essential characteristic: verde = color green)

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    To address condition, use estar. Estar is an irregular verb. It does not follow the standard rules of conjugation for regular -ar verbs. Therefore, you must memorize it.

    estar

    estoy

    estás

    está

    estamos

    estáis

    están

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    To address an essential quality, use ser. Ser is also irregular and must be memorized.

    ser

    soy

    eres

    es

    somos

    sois

    son

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    If you are talking about what something is, use ser; if you are talking about how something is, use estar.

    What is she like?

    She is quiet.

    Use ser:

    Ella es callada.

    How is she acting?

    She is being quiet.

    Use estar:

    Ella está callada.

    Ser is used to express the hour, day, and date.

    ¿Qué hora es?

    What time is it?

    Son las dos.

    It's two o'clock.

    ¿Qué día es hoy?

    What day is today?

    Hoy es lunes.

    Today's Monday.

    ¿Qué fecha es hoy?

    What's the date today?

    Es el cinco de mayo.

    It's May fifth.

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    Ser is used to express place of origin.

    ¿De dónde eres tú?

    Where are you from?

    Soy de Colombia.

    I'm from Colombia.

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    Ser is used to express occupation.

    ¿Cuál es tu trabajo?

    What do you do?

    Soy carpintero

    I'm a carpenter.

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    Ser is used to express nationality.

    ¿Es ella puertorriqueña?

    Is she Puerto Rican?

    No, es guatemalteca.

    No, she's Guatemalan.

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    Ser is used to express religious or political affiliation.

    ¿Son los García bautistas?

    Are the Garcias Baptists?

    No, son católicos.

    No, they're Catholics.

    ¿Es el gobierno socialista?

    Is the government socialist?

    No, es comunista.

    No, it's communist.

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    Ser is used to express the material something is made of.

    ¿De qué material es la mesa?

    What's the table made of?

    Es de madera.

    It's made of wood.

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    Ser is used to express possession.

    ¿De quién es la pluma?

    Whose pen is it?

    Es de Emilio.

    It's Emilio's.

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    Ser is used to express the relationship of one person to another.

    ¿Quién es Rogelio?

    Who is Roger?

    Es el esposo de Marta.

    He's Martha's husband.

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    Ser is used with certain impersonal expressions.

    Es importante practicar cada día.

    It's important to practice every day.

    Es necesario hablar mucho.

    It's necessary to speak a lot.

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    Ser is used to tell where an event is taking place.

    La película es en el cine.

    The movie is at the theatre.

    La fiesta es en el club Fantástico.

    The party is in the Fantastic Club.

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    Ser is used with adjectives to express inherent, or essential qualities.

    Miguel es un hombre sincero.

    Mike is a sincere man.

    También es guapo.

    He's also handsome.

    Estar is used to express geographic or physical locations.

    ¿Dónde estás?

    Where are you?

    Estoy en el laboratorio.

    I'm in the laboratory.

    ¿Dónde está Chile?

    Where's Chile?

    Chile está en América del Sur.

    Chile is in South America.

    Note: The one exception to this rule is that ser is used to tell where an event is taking place. (La fiesta es en mi casa.)

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    Estar is used with adjectives to express a state or condition ("how" something is).

    ¿Cómo está la sopa?

    How's the soup?

    La sopa está fría.

    The soup is cold.

    ¿Cómo estás tú?

    How are you?

    Estoy muy bien, gracias.

    I am very well, thanks.

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    Estar is used with many idiomatic expressions. These are just a few.

    estar de acuerdo

    to be in agreement

    estar de pie

    to be standing

    estar en camino

    to be on the way

    estar en las nubes

    to daydream

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    Estar is used with the progressive tenses. You will learn more about this usage later. We present it now simply because it is an important use of the verb estar.

    ¿Qué estás comiendo?

    What are you eating?

    Estoy comiendo arroz y frijoles.

    I am eating rice and beans.

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  • hise
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    4 years ago

    Spanish from Spain is vastly extraordinary from the only utilized in so much Latin America, nonetheless on this specified endeavor the consideration in no longer essential. Anyway, it is providing you with solutions and asking you to write down questions that could obtain those solutions. a million. Mi padre se llama Tom (My father's title is Tom) ¿Cómo se llama su padre? (What's your father's title) two.No, no tengo un tio (No, I shouldn't have an uncle) ¿Tiene usted un tío? (Do you've an uncle?) three. hay catorce personas mi familia (There are fourteen folks in my loved ones) ¿Cuantas personas hay en su familia? (How many folks are there to your loved ones?) four. Si mi sobrina es sorda (Yes, my niece is deaf) ¿Es sorda su sobrina? (Is your niece deaf?) five. Su hermana u.s.a. lentes (His/her sister wears glasses) ¿Usa lentes su hermana? (Does his/her sister put on glasses?) 6. Ella es mi nieta (She's my granddaughter) ¿Quien es ella? (Who is she?) - or - ¿Es ella su nieta? ( Is she your granddaughter?) For this I'm making use of the extra formal "usted" rather of "tu". They can be utilized interchangeably, however usted is extra by and large utilized in formal written duties for folks studying Spanish. Hope this is helping! :)

  • 1 decade ago

    How are you supposed to learn if you're asking others for the answers? Isn't this considered cheating??

    Get a english/spanish dictionary.

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