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http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primarylanguages/spanish/school_day/times/ – Some practice activities from the BBC Languages website
Below you will find some practice exercises based on the topics we have been covering in class over the last few weeks.
http://www.ver-taal.com/voc_casa.htm – Loads of activities here, including the furniture in each room.
http://www.ver-taal.com/mem_casa.htm – A memory game to practice the vocab with
We’ll start with the regular -AR verbs. The good news is that there are more -AR verbs than -ER and -IR verbs and once you know the rule for one regular -AR verb you’ll know the rule for all Regular -AR verbs. So, provided you know the infinitive of a verb you’ll definitely be able to say who did something and at when they did it (but we’ll be looking at past and future much later).
For now lets look at the steps we need to follow:
1 – Take the infinitive of the verb, for example Hablar – to speak.
2. Take off the ending -AR, which leaves you with the stem Habl-.
3. Now add the following endings depending on who is doing the speaking:
-o – I
-as – You
-a – He/She/It/You (polite)
-amos – We
-ais – You (plural)
-an – They/You (plural & polite)
So we would get:
Hablo – I speak
Hablas – You speak
Habla – He/She/It/You (polite) speaks
Hablamos – We speak
Hablais – You (plural) speak
Hablan – They/You (plural & polite) speak
The same steps then apply for any regular -AR verbs such as Bailar – to dance, Cantar – to sing, Estudiar – to study, Caminar – to walk. Have a go at conjugating these yourself.
Of course we also have Irregular verbs that do not follow these simple steps and we’ll come to them later. The good news is that you already know 3 of the most important irregular verbs; Ser, Estar and Tener.