MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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Lol. this question is closed. ok. first link ' hay or hubo'
1. What do you think the answer is?
Give it a shot.
You can do it.
Hubo is past tense.
Hay is present.
Good; thought you had left.
Ok. So. I gave you one and two. Try three.
Number three could be translated as: There ____ already been a death in his family this past year.
Ya ____ una muerte en su familia el año pasado. Hay or Hubo?
Okedoke. I am not giving you the answer to no. 3,though. you try it.
Lol. So try it.
I don't know
Wow I just noticed something.
Okay. Lets review. Hay is present, hubo is past.
[I noticed that you called me '123' in your question!:D]
Ahora HUBO una fiesta de graduación el patrio del la universidad.
Number three talks about last year, therefore the answer must be hubo.
Yes, i think that one is right too. good job.
I gave you the answer to number 3.
I messed up on no.1 sorry
HABRAN muchos invitados en la fiesta de aniversario anoche.
Anoche is last night
everything has to be PRETERITE
Habran is there will be.
There will be many guests last night?
my bad, HUBIERON
Go on. I'll check your answers.
Ya hubo una muerte en su familia el año pasado.
How about you type all of them in 1 reply?
Siempre hubo galletas y dulces en estas conferencias.
I think it is 'hay'...
You can use either 'hay' or 'hugo' right?
no. HABER hay is there is or there are
hay is not a conjugation of HABER
Lol. I think you are teaching ME.
Okedoke. Past tense.
I am not being of much help. Am I?
preterite of HABER yo HUBE tu/usted HUBISTE el/ella HUBO nosotros HUBIMOS ellos/ellas/ustedes HUBIERON
Let me look back at the image. Do you actually still want my help?
I need your expertise LOL 4. Siempre ______ galletas y dulces en estas conferencias. 5. ______ varios entremeses en la cena de ayer. 6. Por las mañanas _____ unos postres deliciosos en esa tienda.
Ur right on that one since its past tense.
you place the accents...please.
I thought it was either hay or haber .
you are using imperfect with habian
UR THE EXPERT NOW
ohhh hahaha you're right I didn't see the HAY HAHAHA
okay you are expert :P
I WAS RIGHT?
IM DOUBTING MYSELF NOW
OK ILL STOP TYPING IN CAPS
Siempre HAY galletas y dulces en estas conferencias.
THATS WHAT I SAID AT FIRST BUT YOU SAID NO,SO.
I want you to hammer what I know if it is wrong
It sounds correct with the 'hay'
There are always cookies and candies at these conferences.
I realized that. I was like what HAY is she talking about HAHAHA then I looked at the instruction again
Of the 1st section?
There were many intermissions ...
6. Por las mañanas HAY unos postres deliciosos en esa tienda.
Gosh. So I was right?
I don't know. Were you?
It sounds right to me.
k then we agree lol
You are good at typing in Spanish, by the way.
Clara and Laura ___ at the party last night.
What is your opinion?
1. Cristina y Lara (estar) en la fiesta anoche. THEY - ESTAN
preterite is estuvieron.
estuvieran is past progressive translate that in english for me pls
The two girls were at the party last night....
I have to wash dishes. can you list what you have and I will see if it's the same I come up with?
Nin. Read the instructions. Write the correct word with the preterite of the verb.
Please tell me when you are done with the dishes.
1. Cristina y Lara estuvieron (estar) en la fiesta anoche.
Yes. Did you see http://www.senorjordan.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/preterite-estar-copy.jpg ?
Clara and lara are 2 people (they)
so, i think the appropriate answer would be 'estuvieron'.
Okay, number two.
Yo TUVE un problema con mi pasaporte.
Do you understand?
2. (yo) tuve (Tener) un problema con mi pasaporte y lo pasé en la aduana.
yes i think its 'tuve'
3. Rafaela vino (venir) un temprano a la fiesta y conoció un Humberto.
4. El padre de la novia hizo (hacer) un brindis por los novios.
Told you you could do it.
hahaha thanks a bunch
I'd like to keep on helping you.
What about the third section?
I got them already
Or ask for help:D
Tell me when you have decided.
what are you asking me?
It was worth a shot.
And thanks for the medal.
wait. what are you asking me?
Thank you. It is indeed an honor.
How bout you start doing you own work since its your homework -___-