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Archive for 24 octubre 2016
Actividad de la Clase
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.
Here are a few games to practice further with:
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:
Aquí podéis ver el cortometraje para completar los deberes. Podéis verlo tantas veces como es necesaria para cumplir las tareas.
Recuerda que tenéis que hacer un resumen del video también.
Below you will find a few exercises to help you revise the Pretérito Indefinido (and prepare for the mocks).
Some Irregular verbs from the same site with more practice quizzes. Remember that Ver is almost exactly the same as Dar.
With even more irregulars here .
More practice 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.