PARTE I: Using the conjugation guide posted earlier, conjugate the following -AR

PARTE I:
Using the conjugation guide posted earlier, conjugate the following -AR verbs in Present Simple Tense; show all your work; highlight and number your steps; translate each form; add the -ing form to each rootword and translate it; for each verb add at least one negative statement, one yes-or-no-question and one negative question and translate them.
-AR verbs: disfrutar – to enjoy; dibujar – to draw; caminar – to walk; trabajar – to work
PARTE II:
Translate the following phrases using the linking preposition “deâ€, show your steps and classify each example into a) ownership/belonging/possession b) compounded nouns and c) materials. The individual words are given to you in parentheses. However, you need to rearrange them in proper order using the linker DE. Again, show all your work.
New York city
(Nueva York, la ciudad)
An emergency exit
(Emergencias, una salida)
Two coffee tables
(dos, café, mesas)
A car door
(carro, una puerta)
Chocolate ice-cream
(chocolate, helado)
The business office
(negocios, la oficina)
Employee parking
(Empleados, el estacionamiento)
A silver crown
(plata, una corona)
The database
(Datos, la base)
Her roommates
(cuarto, sus compañeras)
Three faculty meetings
(tres, profesores, reuniones)
A smoke detector
(Humo, un detector)
Gloria’s door
(Gloria, la puerta)
Miguel’s car keys (you will have to use two “de’s” over here)
(Miguel, carro, las llaves,)
A sand clock
(arena, un reloj)
Five chemistry books
(cinco, química, libros,)
A brick house
(ladrillo, una casa)
The unemployment rate
(desempleo, la tasa)
Guatemala city
(Guatemala, la ciudad)
My sister’s boyfriend
(mi hermana, el novio)
PARTE III
Please provide four examples using the basic sentence structure with “HAY…†(There is/there are…)
An affirmative statement. Hay hielo = There’s ice.
A negative statement. No hay hielo = There’s no ice.
A yes-or-no-question. ¿Hay hielo? = Is there any ice?
A negative question. ¿No hay hielo? = Isn’t there any ice?
PART IV
In this section, you can do research online.
a. Define cognates and give three pairs of examples in both English and Spanish. E.g, “ejemplo” is the cognate of the English word “example”.
b. Define false friends and give three pairs of examples in both English and Spanish. E.g. “once” looks like “once” but it actually means “eleven”.