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Acabar de, Tener que , Hay que , y Deber

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  1. Acabar de, Tenerque, Hay que, y Deber Español2 Unidad 5 Lección 2

  2. Acabar de + infinitive • What does “acabar de” mean? • To have just (done something) • What is an infinitive? • A verb that is not conjugated (ends in –ar, -er, or –ir)

  3. Acabar de + infinitive • “Acabar de” is always followed by an infinitive • See the title? Acabar de + infinitive • Acabar is a regular –ar verb and must be conjugated to agree with the subject of the sentence. Ex: Ella acaba de limpiar el baño. She just cleaned the bathroom.

  4. Acabar de + infinitive Practice your –ar verb conjugations and add the endings to Acabar de!! acabo de acabamos deacabas deacaba de acaban de

  5. Tenerque + infinitive • What does “tenerque” mean? • To have to (do something) • What is an infinitive? • A verb that is not conjugated (ends in –ar, -er, or –ir)

  6. Tenerque + infinitive • “Tenerque” is always followed by an infinitive • See the title? Tenerque + infinitive • Tener is an irregular verb and must be conjugated to agree with the subject of the sentence. Ex: Ella tienequelimpiar el baño. She has to clean the bathroom.

  7. Tenerque + infinitive Practice your tener conjugations and add the forms of tener!! tengoquetenemosquetienesquetienequetienenque

  8. Hay que + infinitive • What does “hay que” mean? • One must (do something) • What is an infinitive? • A verb that is not conjugated (ends in –ar, -er, or –ir)

  9. Hay que + infinitive • “Hay que” is always followed by an infinitive • See the title? Hay que + infinitive • Hay is an irregular verb that has already been conjugated, so it is only used in this form, it doesn’t change. Ex: Hay quelimpiar el baño. One must clean the bathroom. --OR– Someone has to clean the bathroom.

  10. Hay que + infinitive This is the super easy one b/c there are no conjugations! It’s ALWAYS Hay que!! Hayque

  11. Deber + infinitive • What does “deber” mean? • Should or ought to (do something) • What is an infinitive? • A verb that is not conjugated (ends in –ar, -er, or –ir)

  12. Deber + infinitive • “Deber” is always followed by an infinitive • See the title? Deber + infinitive • Deber is a regular –er verb and must be conjugated to agree with the subject of the sentence. Ex: Ella debelimpiar el baño. She should clean the bathroom.

  13. Deber + infinitive Practice your –er conjugations and add the endings of deber!! debodebemosdebesdebedeben