Spanish 6

Instructor: Doug Eikermann

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Tarea para Español 6

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Tarea para el 1 de marzo de 2019:

1. She leaves the plate of food on the table for him. (use: para)

2. She leaves the plate of food on the table for him. (use: a)

3. She leaves it on the table for him. (the plate of food)

4. She has left the dog food on the porch every day this week, but a racoon ate it, so the dog has been hunting rabbits.

5. I am leaving the book in your mailbox.

6. He is leaving the money in the envelop for his mother. (use: para)

7. She is leaving the funds in the drawer behind the socks.

8. She is leaving them for him. (the funds)

9. We (mixed) left the money on a table in the park because we believed that all the people who passed by would be honest and leave it untouched.

10. She had left her purse in her car, and someone stole it.

11. She had left it (her purse) in her car, and someone stole the stereo but did not see the purse.

12. She had been leaving her valuables in her car while she was at work, and the possibility of losing them had never occurred to her.

13. I'll leave the gift outside at her front door, and unless she has a security camera, she'll never know who put it there.

14. When you (informal, singular) get home, the mail carrier will have left your mail in the mailbox.

15. When you (informal, plural, feminine) get home, the birds will be leaving their droppings on your front porch.

16. If you (informal, singular) left your husband and divorced him, would your life be better or worse?

17. If you (informal, singular) had left the letter in the right place, we (mixed) would not have lost it.

18. Leave me alone, please. (informal, singular, masculine)

19. Please leave her in peace.

20. Leave the book on the table in the kitchen. (vos)

21. Don't leave it there because someone will spill coffee on it. (informal, plural)

22. Don't leave me. (formal, singular)

23. I stay there a long time every day.

24. She has stayed on that bicycle for more than an hour.

25. I'll keep it.

26. They (feminine) are staying at the best hotel in the city.

27. We (masculine) stayed at the game until it got dark.

28. She told us to stay at the theater until it closed.

29. She told us to stay at the theater until it closes.

30. You (plural, formal) will stay in the class until the bell rings.

31. By the end of the game, she will have stayed in the game for over ten minutes.

32. He will be staying in the game until the end.

33. If you (formal, singular, feminine) stayed at the beach longer you would be more sunburned.

34. If she had brought more sunscreen she would have stayed longer at the beach.

35. She wants him to stay in school.

36. He needs her to stay and help him with his homework.

37. Stay here, and I'll go get the car. (informal, singular)

38. Stay with your father until you see your mother. (informal, singular)

39. Don't stay in the street unless you have no other choice. (formal, plural)

40. Stay with me as long as you can. (vos)

41. I don't fit in your (informal, singular) car.

42. She doesn't fit in the chair.

43. She has gained a lot of weight, so she no longer fits in an airplane seat.

44. He has fit in my car in the past.

45. The clothing I want to take on the trip is not fitting in the suitcase.

46. The baby (masculine) had grown so much that he no longer fit in the crib.

47. The baby (feminine) used to fit in the crib when she was smaller.

48. All the other babies had fit in the same crib, but the big babies had been eliminated beforehand.

49. I think she will fit into the group fine.

50. The equipment will have fit in the box.

51. If the equipment fit in the trunk, we would have no problem with space.

52. If the team had fit on the first bus, we (mixed) would not have needed the second one.

53. She wants the dress to fit her daughter.

54. Does the dress fit you (informal, singular) well?

55. It's not important for the dress to fit you well.

56. It's not necessary for the dress to fit your (informal, singular) body.

57. Clothing doesn't always fit people as they would like.

58. There's no doubt that using caber, quedar, and dejar is difficult.

59. If no doubt remains, you should use the indicative.

60. If I didn't have access to the Internet, it would be difficult to fit all these words into one lesson.