Canisius High School                              Español 2

Señorita Connell                                   19 diciembre 2002

Outlines                                             Test 3 & Midterm



test postponed until after the Holiday Break: TUESDAY, JANUARY 7

 Your test covers the following:

1.    indirect object pronouns (me, te, le, nos, os, les)

2.   reflexive verbs & pronouns ( definitions and conjugations of all verbs discussed in class) (me, te, se, nos, os, se)

3.   the concept of reflexive vs. non-reflexive (i.e.: I wash my hands vs. I wash my dog.)

4.   gustar & verbs like gustar (interesar, importar, molestar, etc) --> all discussed in class!

5.   -GO verbs (verbs with yo forms ending in –go: salir, hacer, oír, traer, caer ... verbs on p.124 in text)


Listening Comprehension section will be held in class on Wed., 8 January 2003.  Make-ups for absent students will be Thurs., 9 January DURING CONSULTATION.  Plan accordingly.


Vocabulary: still being determined. You will be provided with a list on Monday, 6 January. Vocabulary will be presented in the following formats: multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank (word bank provided), translation.


Grammar: will be presented in the following formats: multiple choice, fill-in-the-blanks, short answer, translation, reading comprehension, and short essay.



Definite articles (el, la ,los, las)

Indefinite articles (un, una, unos, unas)

Noun/adjective agreement (gender & number i.e.: chicos guapos, chicas altas)

Present tense of –ar , -er, -ir   verbs

Ir +a +verb  to indicate future activity (i.e.: vamos a estudiar)

Ir +a +destination (i.e.: voy al parque)

Ser (+ adjective) to describe characteristics & personality, etc.

Estar (+ adjective) to describe current health and emotional state, etc.

Ser vs. Estar                                         Present progressive

Direct Object pronouns                           Gustar & verbs like gustar

Indirect Object pronouns                         reflexive verbs

Possessive adjectives (mi/s, tu/s, su/s, etc.)      reflexive vs. non reflexive concepts