Lesson Transcript

Let's practice.
Imagine you're Sasha, Ben's younger sister.
Respond to your friend's question referring to the photo.
Don’t forget to include the word for "yes" at the beginning of your response.
Ready?
Ana Perez: ¿Es tu familia?
Sasha Lee: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermano y yo.
Listen again and repeat.
Sasha Lee: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermano y yo.
Sasha Lee: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermano y yo.
Let's try another.
Imagine you're Ben's classmate, Ricardo.
You have a father, mother, and sister.
Ready?
Ben Lee: ¿Es tu familia?
Ricardo Roman: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermana y yo.
Listen again and repeat.
Ricardo Roman: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermana y yo.
Ricardo Roman: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermana y yo.
Let's try one more.
Imagine you're Ben's classmate and language-exchange partner, Silvia.
You have a father, mother, sister, and brother.
Ready?
Ben Lee: ¿Es tu familia?
Silvia Ramirez: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermana, mi hermano y yo.
Listen again and repeat.
Silvia Ramirez: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermana, mi hermano y yo.
Silvia Ramirez: Sí. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermana, mi hermano y yo.
This is the end of this lesson.
Remember, these Can Do lessons are about learning practical language skills.
What's next?
Show us what you can do.
When you're ready, take your assessment.
You can take it again and again, so try anytime you like.
Our teachers will assess it, and give you your results.
¡Hasta la próxima!
See you next time!
Now you know how to talk about your family in Spanish. That's all there is to it.
Keep practicing — and move on to the next lesson!

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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Let's practice what we've learned!

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Friday at 02:40 PM
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Hola Andrew,


Thank you for your comment.

"y me" is not a correct way to speak Spanish.

The correct way is "y yo".


Saludos,

Carla

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Andrew
Saturday at 07:34 AM
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Why does this lesson use "y yo" and not "y me"? In English we would use 'me', and 'I' would be incorrect grammar.