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Please match the correct term with its definition. A. yo B. David y Gregorio C. tú D. Lourdes E. nosotros 1. vamos (2 points) 2. voy (2 points) 3. van (2 points) 4. vas (2 points) 5. va (2 points) Matching Please match the correct term with its definition. A. yo B. David y Gregorio C. Tú D. Lourdes E. Nosotros 6. venimos (2 points) 7. vengo (2 points) 8. vienen (2 points) 9. vienes (2 points) 10. viene (2 points)

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  1. SUM1YOULLNVRKNOW
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    Please match the correct term with its definition. A. le B. les C. te D. me E. nos 11. La profesora muestra el libro a mí. Ella _____ muestra el libro. (2 points) 12. Yo hablo a ti. Yo _____ hablo. (2 points) 13. Ellos hablan a nosotros en el parque. Ellos _____ hablan en el parque. (2 points) 14. Ella da los libros a los alumnos. Ella ______ da los libros (2 points) 15. Yo traigo el libro a mi hermano. Yo ______ traigo el libro. (2 points)

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    Here's an explanation that'll help you with the first question. Take a look at your first question. The letters A through E give us different subjects. For example, A is "Yo," which means "I." The numbers 1 through 5 are all different ways of conjugating the verb IR (to go). Let me show you all the different forms of IR, as well as their meanings. (Yo) VOY -- (I) go (Tú) VAS -- (You) go (Él/Ella/Usted) VA -- (He/She) goes (Nosotros) VAMOS -- (We) go (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes) VAN -- (They) go Using that information, you should be able to answer the first part of your work. For example, #1 would be E, because "vamos" is the IR form of "nosotros." ~~~~~~~~~~~~ The second part of your work is almost the same. Letters A through E give us different subjects. But now, we have a different verb, to conjugate. That verb is VENIR (to come). You have to match up the different forms of VENIR with the correct subjects. Here are all the forms of VENIR: (Yo) VENGO (Tú) VIENES (Él/Ella/Usted) VIENE (Nosotros) VENIMOS (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes) VIENEN There's a pattern here, if you haven't noticed. Most verbs in the YO form end with O, or Y. Most verbs in the TU form end with S. Most verbs in the EL/ELLA/USTED form end with A, or E. Most verbs in the NOSOTROS form end with MOS. Most verbs in the ELLOS/ELLAS/USTEDES form end with N. If you remember these rules, you'll be able to recognize the correct subjects to match with the verbs.

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    Thank you but i did it already. But thanks for explaing it:)

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