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Spell the following words in spanish: popular, rock, romantic, merengue, jazz, classical, disco, flamengo, rap, tex-mex, mariachi, and salsa
popular, rock, romántica, merengue, jazz, clásica, disco, flamenca, rap, tejana, mariachi, salsa
What does Costa Rica mean?
rich coast
What is a famous volcanoe in Costa Rica? What are rain forests called (2 things)?
selvas tropicales or bosques lluviosos
What are the direct object prounouns?
me, te, lo/la, nos, los/las
Where do you put the negative expression (no, nunca) when there is a direct object pronoun?
negative expression + DO pronoun + verb
When should you but "a" before a direct object? When should you not?
when the DO refers to a person or a pet considered apart of the family
when you use the verb "tener"
What are the days of the week?
lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves, viernes, sábado, domingo
How do you make the days of the week plural? Do you capitalize the days of the week? Spanish does not use en before the day, but uses... ? Except when the form of what verb is used?
change the el to los, but for the weekend add -s to the end
el or los
What do Costa Ricans call themselves?
ticos and ticas
What does pura vida mean?
pure life
Buena nota
el chunche
refers to anyone with blonde hair
buddy, pal (among friends)
thing (or whatchamacallit)
What must "gustar" always be used with?
an indirect object prounoun
What are the indirect object pronouns?
me, te, le, nos, les
Conjugate the verb "tener".
tengo, tienes, tiene, enemos, tienen