Thursday, January 13, 2011

LESSON 4 SPANISH ADVERBS

ADVERBS OF TIME:

       después........after         always.........siempre
       ahora............now         nunca...........never
       pronto..........soon         luego............then
       tarde............late           desde...........since
       hoy..............today        mañana.........tomorrow


ADVERBS OF PLACE:

       arriba........above         detrás........back
       lejos..........far              cerca.........near
       aquí...........here            sobre........over
       allí.............there          donde........where


ADVERBS OF  QUANTITY:

Algo............something                   Mas..........more
Nada...........nothing                       Menos......less
Bastante......quite                           Sólo.........only
Mucho........a lot                            Tan..........so/such
Poco...........little


ADVERBS OF MANNER:

Así.................thereby
Bien...............well
Mal...............wrong
Despacio......slowly
Rápido..........fast

You can also have a look at lesson 25 creating adverbs

-Working with vrtbo ser (lesson 1) and new vocabulary try to understand the next sentences:

         El coche está cerca (the car is near)
         mañana estaremos todos juntos (tomorrow we'll be all together)
        allí es donde está la casa de Pedro (there is where is the Peter's house)
         el libro está encima de la cama (the book is on the bed)
        ya es muy tarde     (it's so late)

-vocavulary
      
       libro....book     cama.....bed

try to write some sentence in comments i'll fix them

6 comments:

  1. we use "encima" like "on" ex: encima de la mesa(on the table)we use arriba when somthing is above ex: tenemos que subir arriba(whe have to go upstairs or we have to go to the floor above)

    ReplyDelete
  2. iHola!
    my today question is how about adverb of place ending with -ward such as; inward, backward, toward, homeward?
    oh and what is "across" = al otro lado?
    por ejemplo: it's across the river bank = ya es al atro lado el lecho del rio <-- es eso correcto??

    Thank youuu..... :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. ops sorry! I have not seen your message the adverbs ending with ward in spanish are hacia + name example homeward=hacia casa on

    ReplyDelete