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Review for Spanish final

Random smattering of things to review for the 2nd semester of Carolyn Chandler's intermediate Spanish class (SPAN206) at Whitman College, Spring '07.

Terms

undefined, object
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No Poder (imperfect)
Couldn't (no specific attempt - e.g. couldn't get used to...)
tal y como
just like; (such as?)
coser
to sew
Comparisons
Para (para vieja, ella corre rápido)
A menos de
Unless
Haber (future/conditional base)
Habr-
Caber (future/conditional base)
Cabr-
Conocer (preterite)
Met for the first time
Cuando
(adv 2) When
Atrevido
Daring, bold
Mientras que
(adv 2) As long as
Venir (future/conditional base)
Vendr-
Giving thanks
Por (gracias por...)
Ni siquiera
not even
Ir (present subjunctive)
vaya, vayas, vaya, vayamos, vayan
Poder (preterite)
Managed (could & did)
"In order to"
Para + inf
ESCAPA adverb clauses
Dependent on the number of subjects. 1: indicative, no "que". 2: subjunctive with "que"
Apenas
hardly, barely
de
of; from; about
Estar (present subjunctive)
esté, estés, esté, estemos, estén
Saber (imperfect)
Knew
tan
so, as
sin embargo
however
-azo
a hit
"By" (indicating agent doing an action)
Por (la Mona Lisa fue pintada por DaVinci)
A donde
(adv 2) To where
No querer (preterite)
Refused
Poner (affirmative tú command)
Pon
Querer (preterite)
Wanted (and acted upon the want - tried)
Costar (preterite)
Cost & was paid
Llevar
Carry or wear
Con tal de
Provided that
Salir (affirmative tú command)
Sal
Sin
Without
pues
well, since
Luego que
(adv 2) After
encargarse de
to take charge of
Alcanzar
to reach
de golpe
all of a sudden
Atreverse a
To dare to
Tener que (preterite)
Had to, and did
Agudizarse
To become sharper, more pronounced
Dejar que
To allow
Tener (imperfect)
Had (descriptive, possession)
Hasta que
(adv 2) Until
Venir (affirmative tú command)
Ven
colar
to seep in
Tener (affirmative tú command)
Ten
Valer (future/conditional base)
Valdr-
Dejar + inf
To allow
encargar de
to be in charge of
Indication of opinion
Para (para mí es difícil; para ellos el presidente no es bueno)
cocer
to cook or bake
"That's why"
Por eso
"Because of"
Por (por ella, por hacerlo)
The Mexican civil war
1910 - 1920/1
Decir (future/conditional base)
Dir-
En caso de
In case
Parecer
To seem (like)
Quedarse + adj
To end up "adj"; To be "adj"
encargar
to order, to put in charge
Salir (future/conditional base)
Saldr-
provocar
to cause
"In place of; on behalf of"
Por (ella enseña por mí)
-ísimo
much
Llevarse
To take away
"Toward"
Para (Ella anduvo para el parque)
Second set of adverb clauses
Certainty: present of past indicative. Uncertainty: subjunctive (and usually future indicative)
Saber (future/conditional base)
Sabr-
Para
So that
Saber (preterite)
Found out
Multiplication, per, percent
Por (2 por 2; 2 veces por semana; porciento/el porcentaje)
así
in this way; in the same way
"By means of"
Por (por tren)
Después (de) que
(adv 2) After
tras
behind
Conocer (imperfect)
Knew someone
Según
(adv 2) According to
Cuando, donde, or como + subjunctive
Whenever, wherever, however
Poder (future/conditional base)
Podr-
Como
(adv 2) How
Querer (future/conditional base)
Querr-
despedir
to give off
Donde
(adv 2) Where
A fin de
So that
No Poder (preterite)
Couldn't (tried & failed)
Como Agua Para Chocolate escribió por...
Laura Esquivel
Haber (present subjunctive)
haya, hayas, haya, hayamos, hayan
Dejar de + inf
To stop doing something
Deadline; by a certain time
Para (lo terminaré para el martes)
Motive of an errand
Por (fuimos por leche a la tienda; el fue por el doctor)
Quedar
To end up
Lograr
to succeed
Agudizar
to become sharp
Poder (imperfect)
Could (had the ability and.or opportunity, but no reference to a specific event)
"lo" + adj
The "adj' thing; things that are "adj'; that which is "adj"
No querer (imperfect)
Didn't want to (but perhaps did)
During a period of time
Por (él estuvo aguí por tres días)
Dar (present subjunctive)
dé, des, dé, demos, den
despedirse de
to say goodbye to someone
Adjective clauses
Indicative if dependent clause refers to a specific person or thing that is certain or definite. Subjunctive if dependent clause refers to an indefinite or nonexistent person or thing.
Experimentar
to experience
"About to"
Estar por
Alcanzar a + inf
To manage to
Parecerse (a)
To resemble
Ir (affirmative tú command)
Ve
tal vez
perhaps
Saber (present subjunctive)
sepa, sepas, sepa, sepamos, sepan
-ón
big
Costar (imperfect)
Cost (but not necessarily bought)
"In exchange for"
Por (lo compré por cinco dolares)
tal
such
"Intended for; destined for; for the purpose of"
Para
Decir (affirmative tú command)
Di
Ser (affirmative tú command)
Tener (preterite)
Received
Querer (imperfect)
Wanted (but no reference to attempt or success)
Tan pronto como
(adv 2) As soon as
acabar de + inf
to have just done something; just begun
Hacer (affirmative tú command)
Haz
Antes de
Before
En cuanto
(adv 2) As soon as
aún
todavía (still, yet)
Ser (present subjunctive)
sea, seas, sea, seamos, sean
Tener (future/conditional base)
Tendr-
Aunque + subjunctive
Even if
Aunque + indicative
Although
Tampoco
neither (negative tambien)
Hacer (future/conditional base)
Har-
Atrever
to dare
-ucho
ugly
"through; along side of"
Por (vamos por el parque)
Quedarse
To stay; to remain
aun
even
a través
across, through
así que
so (thus, therefore)
Poner (future/conditional base)
Pondr-
Aprovechar
to take advantage of

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