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MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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Question: Do you have to do ALL the pages shown on the PDF?
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Okay. Let's take a look at #2. "Quiero ahorrar dinero para comprar una casa. Pongo el dinero en una ______." We're looking for a FEMININE noun. You put "banco." But that's a masculine noun, you see? Can you think of a feminine noun that might fit?
You wrote "depositar" for #6, right? Just making sure, there.
which #6?
and I thought banco is strictly masculine?
Section 1.
ya desportar
banco is masculine. You used that for #2. But what we need is a feminine noun. Not a masculine one.
yes that"s what I put sorry
there's a little i that doesn't look like an i my penmanship is terrible
It's alright. I understand.
So, we're looking at Section 1, #2. We need a feminine noun. A place where we would place money, if we wanted to save it up.
"Banco" does make sense. But it's masculine. We need a feminine noun.
lol...what is that?
How about "cuenta de ahorros"?
a female bank? lmao I just made it up
That's a "savings account."
ooh sounds fancy
It makes sense. It fits the sentence, because it's feminine. I just don't know if you have a word bank to choose from.
there are no words to choose from…
Okay. Well then we could use "cuenta de ahorros."
Section 2 looks fine to me. We'll move on to Section 3 if you like.
We need to know what all of those words mean, first. A plazos -- Installment Al contado -- on the spot (like with cash) Con un préstamo -- with a loan Gratis -- free. No charge.
So, the first one, Section 3, #1 is "refrigerator." How would we pay for a refrigerator?
rich people can pay that on the spot
True. They can cost thousands of dollars.
I mean I bought my mom a new washer with my debit card … I suppose I can say al contado for un refrigerator too
On the spot? With cash? Okay. I bet you could say either "al contado," or "a plazos."
so a plazos is like using a credit card too?
"A plazos" means to pay with an "installment." You COULD pay installments with your credit card, yes.
we use credit card for almost everything here in the US. that's like a loan that the bank gives us.
Right. We can use credit cards for anything. Right now, we're more concerned with how we're paying. Not exactly what we're using, in order to pay.
and we on the other hand repay in installment (minimum payment) or whole
You can say "al contado" for #1. What that means is that you pay for the entire refrigerator, on the spot.
Like rich people do, as you pointed out.
How about #2? "Una camisa."
I put a, b, c, or d to make it easier una camisa is b
I don't think our choices are actually matched with letters.
Did you assign letters to the translation list that I gave you?
I assigned a for a plazos; b for al contado; c for con un préstamo; and d for gratis
Okay. Well, how about #3? Un coche nuevo
1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) a 6) d 7) b 8) a 9) c 10.. what is sellos?
Sellos are stamps. Like postage stamps.
10) b
Cars are usually paid for with installments. Loan might work, though.
I've bought car and no company takes installments that I know of. People take loan or use their house as a "collateral"
I'm looking for #5. Would a computer normally be paid with installments? I've always paid for them on the spot. But if it were a very expensive computer, I do suppose that an installment would work .
I know I pay them on the the spot too. But just like fridge some computers can be costly, like Macbook Pro :D
I guess some of this can have more than one way of payment
Yes, that's true. Okay. Everything looks fine for section 3.
Let's look at Section 4. We need to list different kinds of stores and establishments that are described. ~~~~~~~~~ Let's look at the first one: "Buy here for the entire week, and save in food, for the entire family!" It's probably advertising low prices, for a "supermercado."
Do you have an idea for #2?
specials/fish of the night
That's right. So, how would we say something along the lines of "fish shop"? You know?
fish market or pescadería
Right. Perfect.
is that right?
#3. "Fresh from the oven!"
panadería. You could also say pasteleria, that's fine.
sounds like the street fruit vendors here in NYC
Right. We could say "frutería."
Fruit store. Get it?
Supermercado could work. "Frutería" would be more specific to fruits, from the desciption.
ya I've never seen a store that just sells fruits but thanks the word is new to me
They're more common in more rural settings. In the city, it's much more convenient to have everything in one place.
We have a few in my town. I don't live in a city.
So, #4 had me thinking for a while. "Bring us your finest clothes. They'll wear (look) like new!"
tienda de ropa
That could work. I came up with "sastrería." That's a tailor shop. Tienda de ropa is perfectly fine.
Okay, how about #6?
these new words
They'll be easy to remember.
sounds like a swim suit place
Do you know what "sabrosas" are? They're "flavors."
Not quite what I'm thinking.
We could say "heladería."
le heladería
Yes. Perfect.
#7 sounds like a word that you've already used before.
pastry panadería/pastelería
That's right. "Pastelería" would probably work best.
How about #8?
How about #9? "Salchichas" are "sausages."
meat place butcher place
"Carniceria." Perfect.
A place where you could get your hair and nails done for cheap.
nail salon?
salon de uñas
Not just for nails. For hair too. So we could just say "salón."
cool ya
Hey, I'm sorry, I have to go. Do you wanna try to fill out the other sections, and post the answers here? I can come back and check later for you .
thanks I am out of time too. I set my schedule to do chem around this time
gracias in advance @cenaida
ok on which ones do you need help on?
the next one where inyourhead and I left off
section 5 of page 170
umm well those are confusing questions haha but i know the answers to the firsts ones on page 171
they're looking for subjunctive verbs in the section 1 of page 171
1. EL FUTUTO DE LAS COMPUTADORAS. 1.escribe 2. dice 3. puede 4. dice 5. tienen 6. usan 7. reconoce 8. funcione(n) @nincompoop look at the subjunctive section
2. COMPLETAR 1. sea 2 .es 3. ésta 4. esté 5. queda 6. quede 7. tenga 8. tiene 9. iran 10. irá
did you see?
what do you think?
what do yo mean?..
the first one couldn't be escribé, because it is in future indicative. it is asking for subjunctive
or ascribe because it is present indicative
escribe sounds right to me. I cant think of another word that can fit any better
:( none of the words here can be used?
I'm sorry I didn't check back here with you, earlier. I'm looking at the Section 1 of page 171. The first blank is not "escribe." The directions ask us to write the subjunctive form of the verbs in parenthesis. The third-person subjunctive form of "escribir" is ESCRIBA. You get it?

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