2º Curso – Las Nacionalidades

Actividad de la Clase

Haz clic aquí para repasar y practicar con la actividad de clase en ProfedeEle.es


Click the following link to revise and practice the nationalities. Don’t forget to try out the games along the top of the screen to help you revise.

Nationalities Flashcards

Here are a few games to practice further with:


South American Nationalities

Nationalities with Ser

Los Colores

Hola chicos,

Hoy practicamos con los colores. Haz clic aquí

O practicamos en www.studyspanish.com

Aquí tenemos un juego de memoría

*juego = game

5 Curso – Gustar Type Verbs

Gustar is a regular verb but operates differently to other regular verbs.

We understand it as meaning ‘to like’, for example: Me gusta el fútbol = I like football.

It doesn’t however, instead it means ‘to appeal/please’. So, ‘me gusta el fútbol’ translates literally as‘football pleases me’.

Remember that when we want to decide ‘who‘ is liking something we use one of:


And we decide between Gusta and Gustan depending on ‘what’ is being liked:

Me gusta el fútbol     –   I like football (1 thing)
Me gusta jugar al fútbol – I like to play football (1 verb)
Me gusta jugar y ver el fútbol   –  I like to play and watch football (2 verbs)


Me gustan el fútbol y el rugby – I like football and rugby (More than 1 thing)
Me gustan los deportes – I like sports (More than 1 thing – a plural)

The following links will explain it in more detail and will show you other verbs that work exactly the same way:

An excellent explanation of the verb with a list of similar verbs at the bottom and a practice quiz on the left.

Another good review and practice quiz from Spanishdict.com

Review of the two parts of using Gustar with exercises

More verbs like Gustar

5º Curso – El Cortometraje ´Todo Exterior´

Aquí podéis ver el cortometraje para completar los deberes. Podéis verlo tantas veces como es necesaria para cumplir las tareas.

Todo Exterior

Recuerda que tenéis que hacer un resumen del video también.

3rd Year Revision: The Preterite Tense (Past simple)

Below you will find a few exercises to help you revise the Pretérito Indefinido (and prepare for the mocks).

Review of the Preterito Indefinido Regular Verbs with some practice quizzes in the column on the left.

Some Irregular verbs from the same site with more practice quizzes. Remember that Ver is almost exactly the same as Dar.

The -gar, -zar and -car verbs can be reviewed and practiced here.

With even more irregulars here .

This one is the MOST IMPORTANT of the Irregular sections. So learn it.

More practice here:

Click here for a practice crossword with the irregular verbs.

Another practice exercise with Regular verbs can be found here.

And another.

A fill in the gaps exercise here.

Tha is loads to keep you going and don’t forget to refer to Unidad 7 in particular of your text book (P.79-94). Also you can review the most common irregulars at the back of your book.

¿Cómo estás? – El verbo Estar

In this post we will review:
  1. what the personal pronouns are.
  2. how to describe our mood in more detail using the verb Estar.
All this allows us to describe how we are feeling in more detail. Lets work through them in order.

1. Personal Pronouns.

The personal pronouns tell us who is ‘doing’ an action. In Spanish they are:
Yo                    –    I
Tú                    –    You
Él/Ella              –    He/She (or it)
Nosotros/as     –    We
Vosotros/as     –    You (plural)
Ellos/Ellas        –    They 
Can you remember why we have both Nosotros/Nosotras and Vosotros/Vosotras?
Click here for a practice quiz to revise the personal pronouns.
Remember though in Spanish that we don’t always use the Personal Pronouns, why? If you read on it might help you remember.

2. The Verb Estar

Estar is an irregular verb. Can you remember what makes a verb irregular? Click here for the answer 
The verb Estar means ‘to be’ and we use it to talk about how we are feeling or where we are. 
Yo Estoy                    –    I am
Tú Estás                    –    You are
Él/Ella Está                –    He/She is
Nosotros Estamos     –    We are
Vosotros Estáis         –      You (pl) are
Ellos/Ellas Están        –    They are
Now can you remember why we don’t always need the Personal Pronouns?
Click here to review the Personal Pronouns and the verb Estar with some Quizlet flashcards. Make sure you try all the activities.

Vocabulary Review – Primer Paso 2 Unidad 8

Revise and practice the vocabulary from the airport here – El Aeropuerto.

For the vocab from La Estación de Trenes click here – La Estación. There are a lot more words featured than the few listed in the book so it’s worth learning them too.

And some vocabulary from the hotel – El Hotel.