The exam will be structured in the following manner:


The exam will be structured in the following manner:
Spanish 2 Fall Final Review 1011
The exam will be structured in the following manner:
 100 points, 100 questions, multiple choice
 Listening Comprehension: 20 questions
 Reading Comprehension, Grammar & Vocabulary: 80 questions
Please note: Knowing the vocabulary from the chapters is critical for success, particularly in the listening and reading
comprehension sections! If you know how to conjugate but you don’t know what the words mean, it’s not enough!
Likewise, if you know lots of vocabulary, but haven’t practiced your grammar, the exam will be equally difficult. Start
studying now! Also:
You have taken notes in class on key grammar concepts, and they should be in your binder.
Please visit my website:, as there are many links to Spanish learning sites where you
can practice and have things explained in another way. A couple of particularly useful sites are, and
You can print Cornell notes about the preterite tense from my website.
The words to the informal command song are: ten, ven, pon, sal, haz, di, se, ve (tune is “Hava Naguila”.
If you have questions or any confusion, please ask during class, e-mail me, or come during Tutorial and I’ll be
happy to help.
Capítulo 1
 Introducing yourself and others:
p. 9
 Describing people: p. 10
 Review of adjective agreement:
p. 11, p. R21
 Nationalities: p. 12
 Review of the present tense: p. 16, p. R27
 Likes and dislikes (verbs like gustar, fascinar, chocar):
 Chapter vocabulary on p. 29
p. 21
Capítulo 2
 Making suggestions: pp. 35 & 37
 Feelings:
p. 36
 Preterite tense of regular –ar verbs: p. 39, p. R27
 Stem-changing verbs: p. 42, p. R30-R31
 Agreement of mucho & cuánto
 Describing a city:
p. 45
 Weather:
p. 47
 Chapter vocabulary found on p. 53
Capítulo 3
 Reflexive verbs:
pp. 63-64, p. R21
 Vestirse in the present tense: p. 65
 Using adverbs to talk about your daily routine:
pp. 65-66, p. R23
 Chores and responsibilities: p. 68
 Using tocar to talk about your responsibilities:
p. 69
 Complaining: p. 69
 Direct Object Pronouns (lo, la, los, las):
p. 69, p. R21
Spanish 2 Fall Final Review 1011
Hobbies and pastimes:
pp. 72-73
Hace + amount of time + que + verb in the present tense to tell how long something has been
going on:
p. 74, p. R25
Chapter vocabulary found on p. 81
Capítulo 4
 Asking for & giving advice, opinions: pp. 87-88
 Using debes or deberías to give advice:
p. 89
 Vocabulary for how to do well in school:
pp. 89-91
 Ser vs. estar:
(Remember IDONOT, ELFDOTS, Cling):
p. 93 (also refer to class
 Comparisons of inequality: p. 96
 Making plans/activities:
pp. 98-99
 Direct object pronouns (continued – me, te, nos):
p. 100, p. R21
 Chapter 4 vocabulary is found on p. 107
Capítulo 5 (pasos 1 y 2)
 Talking about staying fit & healthy: pp. 117-119
 Dormir in the preterite tense (3rd person stem change in preterite):
 Preterite tense of –er & --ir verbs: p. 120, p. R27
 Positive & negative tú commands (imperative mood):
pp. 122-123
 -car, -gar, -zar verbs in negative commands (jugar): p. 124, p. R31
 irregular informal commands (imperative mood): p. 125, p. R29
 Chapter vocabulary is found on p. 137 (pasos 1 & 2 only)
p. 118
Other Important Concepts:
Question words, and remember they always need an accent mark: ¿qué? ¿quién? ¿quiénes?
¿cómo? ¿cuándo? ¿dónde? ¿adónde? ¿de dónde? ¿cuánto?
Know that cuánto & mucho function as adjectives and need to match the noun that follows in
gender & number. (muchos libros, cuánto dinero, mucha ropa, etc.)
Prepositions: a, al lado de, arriba de, con, de, debajo de, delante de, detrás de, en, encima de,
hasta, para, por, sin
Expressions with tener:
tener…años, tener calor, tener frío, tener miedo, tener
prisa, tener que, tener sed, tener sueño
hace buen tiempo, hace calor, hace fresco, hace frío, hace mal tiempo, hace sol,
hace viento; hay nieve, hay neblina, está nevando, está lloviendo. Generalization:
hace if it’s not tangible & hay if it’s tangible (like fog or rain or show).
Also know the irregular preterite forms of the following verbs:
ir, ser, hacer, tener, dar,
estar, poder, poner. You can print Cornell notes on the present tense from this site under
“documents”, and irregular verbs are also listed on p. R33-R35.

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