El Blog de María

Hola a todos,

Nuestra compañera Maria ha creado un blog para contarnos de su estancia y sus experiencias de Irlanda durante el curso. Haz click en el enlace de abajo para seguir:

El Blog de Maria

º5 Curso – Deberes de Semana Santa

Los deberes para la Semana Santa son todos de La Pluma:

  1. Hay que terminar las actividades de la última clase – La Pluma p.102 Pr. 1, 2 y 3
  2. En un Café – La Pluma p.103 – 105 Pr. 1, 2 y 3.

Si tienes algunas preguntas envíame un email y los explicaré.

Gustar Type Verbs

Below you will find a good review of the Gustar Type Verbs from studyspanish.com. There are also a few practice quizzes on the menu on the left:

Study Spanish – Gustar

Gustar Verbs practice

Languages Online – Gustar Game

Gusta o Gustan

 

And here are some links to a few games on the pastimes:

BBC Languages

Quia Game – Gustar

 

 

1 Curso – Las Asignaturas

Hola chicos! Hoy podemos practicar el vocabulario de las asignaturas escolares con las actividades abajo:

  1. Un video para comenzar
  2. Las Asignaturas – Flashcards
  3. Activdades Extras

Buena Suerte!

2 Curso – La Comida

Below are some links you can use to practice the vocabulary of ‘Food’ (p.66 – 68). It is very important that you try to learn as many of these words as possible as they feature a lot in reading and listening comprehension. You’ll also notice that there are a lot of words so start learning them now.

Quizlet Folder – You’ll find a collection of flashcards based on the lists from the book. Start with La Carne and Los Comestibles.

Practice games and exercises

Ver Taal Spanish – Practice with lots of vocab here including some stranger tropical fruits.

Mi Vida Loca – A brilliant interactive video lesson that allows you to practice the spoken Spanish. There are three links to try here:

Episodio 3 – Tapas 

Episodio 12 – El Mercado

Episodio 13 – El Restaurante

That should keep you going for now. You can always just google and see what you come up with as well.

2º Curso – Mi Instituto: Vocabulario para describir tu colegio

Click on the links below to practice the vocabulary associated with describing your school life. This includes describing the school itself but also the subject (asignaturas) that you study. Be sure to try them all:

Quizlet – Mi Instituto: Las Instalaciones

Quizlet – Mis Asignaturas

Profedeele – Objetos de la clase

BBC Primary Languages: Una día típico en mi colegio

Más Actividades con funwithlanguages.com

5º curso – La Oreja de Van Gogh

Aquí podéis ver el video para llever a cabo los deberes. Escucha la canión tantas veces como necesario para hacerlo bien.

La Soledad

5º Curso – Indefinido v Imperfecto

We’ve seen how that Spanish unlike English uses two past tense. The Indefinido for single events in the past that have been considered completed at  a specific time, whereas the Imperfecto is used to describe events in the past in a ‘continuous‘ sense, that is to speak of things that were ‘happening‘ or that we ‘used to’ do.

Think of our Timeline here with the Indefinido representing the X’s, the single events, that occurred on the timeline and the Imperfect as being the continuous line that runs the length of the timeline, with no specific time being referred to.

Click the following links (in order) to review the uses of each and then practice them:

Overview from spanishdict.com with associated practice quizzes. 

An excellent series of exercises from BK Nelson that will get you into the habit of using both tenses.

Un viaje al Ecuador – A series of exercises

And another – San Fermin

And one more.

Work your way through the links above and you’ll be well on your way the understanding and using the most tricky of the past tenses in Spanish.