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Usual formulas of greeting Articles Professions Practical exercises Hours Attire Solu tions Solutions Practical exercises Expressions of time and want to say verbs So lutions Practical exercises Parts of the house by Food Uses of the degrees of co mparison v The Human Body The genus name 1. Usual formulas of greeting this course study provides the first data on the G alician language. We start with the most common greeting in Galician: Saludar.Bo s days - Morning Boas afternoon - Buenas tardes Boas noites - Night Wave - Hi Ho w vai? - How you doing? How about you? - How are you? How about che vai? - How y ou doing? Despedida.Adeus - Bye Ata logo / despois - See you later / after Ata M áis see - even more to see (until another time) Ata loguiño - Bye estar.Eu verbs be and they are - I am you is - You are the / ela é - He / she is Nós us - We a re SODES You - You are Eels / elastin are - They / them are Eu estou - I'm You'r e - You're The / ela is - He is we're - we're new Member - You Eels are you / el astin are - they are 2. Articles Here in this lesson how articles are written in Galician. Articles d eterminados.SINGULAR PLURAL or to you as Male Female Article indeterminado.SINGULAR PLURAL A UNHAS Unha Uns Male Female Contractions .- The definite article contracts with the prepositions to, from, i n and with. It also does so with the comparative particle ca. Consider the follo wing table: or or (o) of C with Co No ca Có to you as Os (years) as Da Two Coa D as Nas Na Cos We Cós Cá husk Coase Verbs have and take .- Consider then the present tense of these verbs. Haber: Eu hei - Ti I have - you have the / ela ha / hai - he has Nós habemos-us-you have habedes You have Eels / elas have - they have have - Eu Ter Teno - I have teas T i - You does he / ela ten - He has Nós vestments - We tedes You - You have got Eels / elas dye - They have 3. Teaching profession in this unit we will see some frequently asked questions to obtain information from another person. Also learn professions and workplaces in Galician. Questions. What do you do? / What fas? - What do you do? / What ar e you doing? Cal é o teu "traballo? - What is your job? Profesiones.Mariñeiro Sailor Entrepreneur - Entrepreneur Obreiro - Workers Professor - Professor Actre ss - Actress Student - Student Doutor - Dr. Dependency - Saleswoman trabajo.Libr ería Places - Library Froitería - Frutería Perruquería - Barber Xoiería - Jewelr y Hospital - Hospital of roupa Tenda - Shop Axencia of VIAXES clothes - Travel P harmacy - Pharmacy Nursing - Nursing School - School Gasolineira - Gas Aeroporto - Airport Ximnasio - Fitness Granxa - Farm 4. Practical exercises in this capsule will see some practical exercises to assi milate the contents of the previous lesson. Exercise 1 .- Complete the sentences with the words in the box. "É a moi ben onde eat, but we are aware pouco. . . Nunhead Xoán traballa-dun-Treaty-Teno important to go short hair-it-or bread Des ta sewing machines, é a, have five. ben moi know. do next. : Xa are ready you ticke ts.

This free-Merquei da na-Champaign Restaurant-axencia of VIAXES - employer-factory Library - bakery - companies - p erruquería-Camareiros - Exercise 2 .- Place obreiro items as determined appropri ate. economic exchanges between Galicia and Portugal experienced a significant i ncrease to double seu catro value during recent years. Mentre that exportacións of Galicia to the neighboring country amounted to 43 807 Millions of pesetas, Ta men importacións thrived, ainda than or dun fixeron xeito slower. Solutions to t hese exercises appear in next lesson. 5. Solutions This e-mail we give the solutions to the exercises that has been do ne along this course. Exercise 1 .- Complete the sentences with the words in the box. É onde-eat restaurant ben moi, but you are pouco camareiros attentive. Nun head traballa-Xoán sewing machines factory, é a obreiro. Dun-Treated major emplo yer, have five companies. -Carotene to go short hair-it perruquería. Desta bread bakery-O knows ben moi. Na-library Merquei do this free hand. -Chamas da axencia of VIAXES: xa are ready you tickets. Restaurant entrepreneur factory VIAXES axencia of bakery companies perruquería Camareiros Library obreir o Exercise 2 .- Place for certain items.€Os economic exchanges between Galicia a nd Portugal experienced a significant increase by double o seu catro value durin g last you years. Mentre that as exportacións of Galicia or the neighboring coun try amounted to 43 807 Millions of pesetas, as importacións Tamen thrived, ainda than or dun fixeron xeito slower. 6. The hours in this e-mail we will see how to build hours in Galician, the fami ly relationships and possessive. As hours - hours .- The hours are as in Castili an. É are running in - it 's one as five (o'clock) - as are the five are three l ess dez - are the three least ten and one quarter are as Oito - They are a quart er past eight as a quarter to six - are the six least quarter are as dez and med ia - half past ten Son Relationship .- Let the names of each of the members of t he family. Pai - nai dad - mom Fillo - son filla - Daughter Avó - Avoa Grandfath er - Grandmother Bisavó - Bisavoa Great Grandfather - Great-Net - Net Nieto - Gr anddaughter Uncle - Uncle Aunt - Aunt Curme - Curme brother - sister Xenro - nor a-law - daughter-in Possession . SINGULAR PLURAL Masculine Feminine Male Female The Ti Eu / ela Vos Nós Eels / elas Meu / Miña Mine / My Teu / Yours Túa / Tuya Seu / Shua Yours / Yours Noso / Our Nosa / Our Voso / Your Vosa / Your Seu / Shua Yours / Yours Meus / My Teus / Seus Yours / Yours nous / Our Vosos / Your Seus / Yours Mines / Mine Tuas / Suas Yours / Theirs Nosas / Our Vosas / Your Suas / Own Article determinado.UN contractions in Dun Nun De Cun Unha with Duns Dunham UNS UNHAS Nuns Dunas Nunhead Nunhead Cunha Cuns cunha 7. Attire In this lesson we will study the clothing. Vestuario.Pantalón - pants, shirt - shirt shoe - Shoe Sock - Sock Braga - Braga Dress - Dress Blouse - Blou se Jacket - Jacket-Pants-Underwear Viso - Viso Media - Media Suxeitador - Saia B ra - Skirt Gravata - Tie verbs give and facer .- This is the present tense of th ese verbs. Dar: Eu dou - I give Thee Das - You give The / ela da - He or she gives we - We give Thee ties - You dais Eels / elas - g

ive Facer - make: Eu phage - Ti fas I do - you do the / ela fai - he / she does facemos Nós - We do You faced - You make Eels / elas fan - They / they do 8. Practical exercises in this teaching unit can practice everything you learned in the last two lessons. Exercise 1 .- Complete the blanks with appropriate wor ds. -O home filla Mina é o meu-Adam and Eve tiveron two country-Os meus meus cou ntry are you-a mine Irma is married cun home, the "O meu é o fillo do meu Tio é o meu ea Sua filla a mine Eu estou cun-home married, o seu pai é o meu Exercise 2 .- Replace the explanation in parentheses by the corresponding possessive. "Ho me (you) - A house-O túa car (of)-O primer (min)-A dog (from you)-O Andrés (you) The solutions to these exercises appear in the next lesson. 9. Solutions This e-mail we give the solutions to the exercises that has been do ne along this course. Exercise 1 .- Complete the blanks with appropriate words. -O da Mina home filla xenro é o meu. "Adam and Eve tiveron filles / fill. Two co untry-Os meus meus country are you avos. Irma is a mine-cun home married, the br other é o meu. -O meu fillo do Tio é o meu primo ea Sua filla to Premier mine. E u estou cun-home married, o seu pai é o meu Liberty Hall. Exercise 2 .- Replace the explanation in parentheses by the corresponding possessive. "Home (you) - A house-O túa car (of) - Car-O O seu primer (min) - O meu primo-A can (of you) - a can of voso-O Andrés (from you ) - O teu Andrés 10. Expressions of time in this lesson we will focus on those elements of langua ge to suggest something temporary and, months, days or seasons. Also try the det erminants demonstration. The determinants demostrativos.MASCULINO SINGULAR FEMIN INE ET / This Is / This That / That This / That One / One Aquela / That PLURAL E stes / These Those / These Eses / These These / Those that / Those that / those expressions of tiempo.Mañá - Tomorrow Noon - Lunch Afternoon - Evening NEUTRAL I sto / this Iso / Aquilo this / that Noite - Night Hoxe - Today Onte - Yesterday Pasadomañá - after tomorrow Week - W eek Xaneiro - Febreiro January - February March-March April-April May - May Xuño - xulla June - July August-August Setembro - Outubro September - October Novemb re - November Decembre - December Spring - Spring Summer - Summer Outono - Fall Winter - Winter 11. The verbs say and want to Here are the forms of present tense of the verbs s ay and want.€Dicir - Saying: Eu say - I say dis Ti - You say the / ela says - he / she says dicimos Nós - we say You they decided to - you say Eels / elas din - They / them say they want: Eu qu ero - I want you dear - You want the / ela want - He / she wants Nós want - We w ant You Quereda - You want Eels / elas want - They want semana.Luns Days - Monda y, Tuesday - Tuesday WEDNESDAY - Wednesday Xoves - VENRO Thursday - Friday Satur day - Saturday Sunday - Sunday 12. Practical exercises can then practice the theory that assimilated in previou s lessons through these exercises. Exercise 1 .- Substitute the corresponding it ems for demonstration. "A shirt that regalei che quédache small. -Gardoulle cous es as no closet. -O lle mercou bra that does not trade like non lle. -A radio is riba da table is aces. "Or you thought was non certo. -O bus that you used to s ay or do non foi accident. -As a police drugs were moi descubriu perigo. Exercis e 2 .- Write the appropriate forms of present tense of the verbs say and want. -Nós (DICIR) all or that we do matter. -Eu (WANT) running in a facer VIAXES Riva davia. Semper-Elas (DICIR) that mountains and Moreas fan. "You (WILL) pay before tempo. -Nós (WANT) sair before touching or timbre. "The case semper (WILL) and never or deixades falar. From this case non-Ti (DICIR) nothing. -Ti (WILL) go Ma ñá pola mana.

13. Solutions This e-mail will give the latest solutions to exercises that has b een done along this course. Exercise 1 .- Substitute the corresponding items for demonstration. "A shirt that regalei che quédache small. -Gardoulle as these co uses no closet. "Or the bodice that non lle lle mercou not like to trade. "To th at radio is riba da table is aces. "Or that you thought was non certo. -O 'd say that bus than you do non foi or accident. "As these drugs to police were moi de scubriu perigo. Exercise 2 .- Write the appropriate forms of present tense of th e verbs say and want. "We dicimos everything or we do matter. "Eu quero facer Un ha VIAXES Rivadavia. Elas semper-din that mountains and Moreas fan. "You pay bef ore Quereda tempo. "We want sair before touching or timbre. "The case semper QUE RE and never or deixades falar. From this case non-Ti dis anything. "You want to leave Mañá pola mana. 14. Parts of the house continue talking about the parts of the house in Galicia. Planta baixa - Primeira ground floor - first floor Tellado - Porta Roof - Door Escaleira - Exterior Stairs - Exterior Bed - Bed Wardrobe - wardrobe Fireplace Fireplace Toilet - Water Bañeira - Cadeira tub - chair mat - alfonbra Sofa - So fa Word poner.Eu Pono - I put Ti post - you set the / ela put - He / she places we get - we put You Put - ye would gain the Eels / elas put - they / them put 15. Meals Here are some terms relating to food. Lunch - Breakfast Xantar - Eatin g Cear - Dining Laranxas - Clubs oranges - apples, bananas - bananas Melocotóns - Peaches Grapes - Grapes Pan - pan Azucre - sugar Leite - milk coffee - coffee Allos - garlic L eituga - lettuce Cenorias - carrots Queixo - Ovos Cheese - Eggs Oil - Oil Froita - Fruit 16. Applications by the v In this unit we emphasize teaching the rules for using the bo v. B. Write with copretérito-terminations: we were, singing. "The verbs ending in-tribute: distribute, contributing prefixes bi-, bin-, bis-, bibl-,: bi annual bisavó. "Almost all verbs ending in-bir: uploading, inputting (except to serve and live)-The words ending in-ties," bundo / a: amabilidade, dying-Other m ultiple, for etymological issues governor, aspen (people) . Writing with v. "Aft er d, n, b: front, side, of course. "The vice-prefix: Vice Chancellor "In some tenses go, and be ter: vou, VAIA, Estiva, Tiven. "Other words by etymol ogical issues: avó, lawyers, coward, sweep. 17. The degrees of comparison in Galicia, as in Castilian, there are two degrees : Comparative .- It may be of three types. "Equality: the adverb is formed and t he particles COMA AS / AS. É min coma so high jumps racing as note that the use of the particle COMA is required when the second element of comparison is a pers onal pronoun, and him as the second element is a verb. -Superiority: the adverb is formed and the particles MAIS CA / (DO) THAT. É high ca Máis min. Run Mais (d o) that jumps. Please note that the way CA is mandatory before a personal pronou n, is the form (DO) THAT before a verb. -Inferiority: the adverb is formed and t he particles LEAST CA / (DO) THAT.€Please note that the use of particles meets t he same criteria as in the comparative superiority. The superlative .- can be of two types: "Relative: of superiority or inferiority. Is formed as follows: Arti cle + MORE / LESS + + DE + positive adjective second element of the comparison. O da village home Máis high-Absolute is formed of the following form. a) With th e adjective preceded the adverb MOI. O é moi home high b) With the adjective mod ified by the suffix-ISIM. O towering home é 18. The human body Let's look at what parts of the body in Galician. Hair - Hair Nose - nose (in Galician is male) Orella - Ears Beiz - Lips Shoulder s - shoulder Pescozada - Queixo neck - chin Brazos - Brazos Pulse - wrist Mans hands Van - waist (in Galician male) Coxa - thigh Pés - Ollos feet - eyes Cóbad

o - Xeonllo Elbow - Knee 19. The gender of the name In this lesson we will review the rules that determin e the gender of a word. 1.The words ending in-ax are female: a paisaxe, equipmen t or VIAXES. 2.The words ending in-se,-ite are female: a parentese, a análise, t o arthritis. 3.The words ending in-ade are also female: a kinder, humility, to c olleges. 4.Son feminine words ending in-á, aghas or sofa: a SOA, a mace, a pa. 5 .The words ending in-ume, are male-ote to servitude, to rot, to pesadume. Male g ender 6.Son words ending in-oi,-ao. 7.The letter names are male: or, or x, or ax es. Are male the following words: or nose / nose, or mel / honey. The past perfe cto.Verbo be Verb be Era Era Eras Were We were Erades Were was were was were Estabades Word to Word ter Daba Daba Dabas Tinea Tinea tinea We took Tiñades Dabais Tiñamos dye their Facies Fact Fact Facer Daban Dicir used to say used to say 'd say Fascia vent the wastage Facio telling Faciades Diciades