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Spanish Ch 28

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darrowood's version from 2017-03-22 14:32

Section 1

Question Answer
to count, to tellcontar (ue)
to costcostar (ue)
to sellvender
clerkel dependiente
customerel cliente
priceel precio
moneydinero
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Section 2

Question Answer
eggel huevo
steakel bistec
pork chopla chuleta de puerco
beanslos frijoles
pineapplela pina (with a squiggle over the "n")
coconutel coco
strawberryla fresa
grapela uva
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Section 3

Question Answer
Contar and costar have UE stem change in the present tense, but they are regular in the preterit.
El cliente and El dependent can become feminine by changing the el to la.
enough, a lotbastante (when it does NOT come before an adjective)
too much, too many, lots and lotsdemasiado
If you want to say that someone does something enough or too much, then these words (bastante and demasiado) will come at the end of the phrase. When bast ante and demasiado are being used as adjectives, they come before a noun to show quantity. When they are being used as adverbs, they will come before adjectives or adverbs.
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Section 4

Question Answer
100cien
101ciento uno
105ciento cinco
109ciento nueve
110ciento diez
125ciento veinticinco
150ciento cincuenta
199ciento noventa y nueve
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Section 5

Question Answer
200doscientos
300 trescientos
400cuatrocientos
500 quinientos
600seiscientos
700setecientos
800 ochocientos
900 novecientos
1,000mil
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Section 6

Question Answer
The numbers 100 and 1,000 do not get a "one" in front of them; you don't say "un" cent or "un" mil. Also, the number 100 is shortened to lien unless it has a number after it.
The only time you put "and" in a number is between the tens and the ones digits. This applies from 31 up to 99.
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Section 7

Question Answer
The Preterit Tense Endings for ER and IR Verbsi, iste, io, imos, ieron
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