can someone help me with my SPANISH homework please?

okay so i really dont know if i did this right, and theres a couple im not sure about. can you please help me? :/

please&&thankyou. :)

DIRECTIONS-

im suppost to complete the sentence with the correct phrase. basically its asking how to write "i introduce you" differently in each sentences givin.

here are some notes i took thats supposed to help me with this.

I INTRODUCE YOU:

te presento=you(familiar)

le presento=you(formal)

les presento=you(plural)

I WANT TO INTRODUCE YOU:

quiero presentarte=you(familiar)

quiero presentarle=you(formal)

quiero presentarles=you(plural)

THE FIRST BLANK PHRASES TO CHOOSE FROM-

te

le

les

SECOND BLANK-

les

le

te

AND SOME THIRD BLANKS INCLUDE DIFFERENT THINGS SUCH AS-

a la

a

i hope my directions made sence :/

1.) Jorge,__presento__senor Francisco ortiz.

2.)Rodoldo y ana,__presento__amigo__sr. Rodriguez.

3.)paco y antonio,__presento__senor pedraza.

4.)profesor vallejo,presento__dona marina.

5.)rodrigo y pablo,__presento__diana y a Catalina.

6.)Sr. y Sra. Gaviria,__presento__profesora__historia.

7.)Rosario,__presento__don Carlos y __ Ernesto.

ANY HELP WILL BE SO MUCH HELP TO ME.

again, please&&thanks for taking your time, <3

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  • 9 years ago
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    1. Jorge, te presento el señor Francisco Ortiz.

    2. Rodoldo y Ana, les presento mi amigo el señor Rodriquez.

    3. Paco y Antonio, les presento el señor Pedraza.

    4. Profesor Vallegjo, le presento a doña Mariana.

    5. Rodrigo y Pablo, les presento a Diana y a Catalina.

    6. Señor y Señora Gavairia, les presento la profesora de historia.

    7. Rosario, te presento a don Carlos y a Ernesto.

    Hope this helps!

    Source(s): Went to school in Mexico for most of my life. Fluent in writing, reading, and speaking English and Spanish.
  • 9 years ago

    Jorge, te presento al Señor Francisco Ortiz.

    Rodolfo y Ana, les presento al amigo del Sr. Rodriguez. Or

    Rodolfo y Ana, les presento a mi amigo el Sr. Rodriguez.

    Paco y Antonio, les presento al Señor Pedraza.

    Profesor Vallejo, le presento a Doña Marina.

    Rodrigo y Pable, les presento a Diana y a Catalina.

    Sr. y Sra. Gaviria, les presento a la profesora de historia.

    Rosario, te presento a Don Carlos y a Don Ernesto.

    Always that you address someone in a personal way, like a friend, to introduce someone else, you let them know the herarchy they belong to or the way they like to be treated. So you can be informal with your friend but formal with your "New friend" or "Customer". If you are introducing more than one person remember to use the rule of plurals.

    Hope this help you.

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  • 4 years ago

    Spanish from Spain is greatly unique from the only utilized in such a lot Latin America, nonetheless on this targeted recreation the glory in now not essential. Anyway, it is supplying you with solutions and asking you to jot down questions that could obtain those solutions. one million. Mi padre se llama Tom (My father's identify is Tom) ¿Cómo se llama su padre? (What's your father's identify) two.No, no tengo un tio (No, I would not have an uncle) ¿Tiene usted un tío? (Do you will have an uncle?) three. hay catorce personas mi familia (There are fourteen folks in my household) ¿Cuantas personas hay en su familia? (How many folks are there to your household?) four. Si mi sobrina es sorda (Yes, my niece is deaf) ¿Es sorda su sobrina? (Is your niece deaf?) five. Su hermana united states of america 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 utilising the extra formal "usted" as an alternative of "tu". They can be utilized interchangeably, however usted is extra in general utilized in formal written duties for folks finding out Spanish. Hope this is helping! :)

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