Activities to practice vocabulary and idioms, with quizzes.

La playa (on the beach): Spanish vocabulary A2

It is time to go on holidays, so let’s learn vocabulary related to “la playa” (beach). First download the pdf sheet, after that click on the link to practice with our quizzes.

You can also watch the video with subtitlesvacaciones en España (holidays in Spain)“, and remember to contact your tutor with any question you have or to ask for more homeworkDon’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

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Spanish vocabulary_A1: Adjetivos (adjectives)

Today we are going to learn some Spanish adjectives that will help you to describe things and people. Click on the link or in the images to download the pdf sheet. Then, practice this vocabulary with our quizzes and word games.

If you want to learn more about this topic, click on the link to learn more about adjectives and nouns agreement,  how to make the superlative in Spanish or adjectives to describe people. Remember to contact your tutor with any question you have or to ask for more homework. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

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Vocabulary: Frutas (fruits)

Acabamos de actualizar la entrada relacionada con el nombre de la fruta. Hemos añadido nuevos ejercios interactivos y un vídeo. Haz clic en el vínculo para ver las nuevas actividades y danos tu opinión.

We have just updated the post related to FRUTAS, adding more quizzes and a video. Please, click on the link to try the new activities and let us know what do you think.

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Spanish vocabulary: NÚMEROS ORDINALES (A1)

Click here to download the pdf sheet with a more completed list of ordinal numbers (NÚMEROS ORDINALES ) in Spanish. First, let see some tips:

1. Primero and tercero drop the o before a masculine singular noun: el primer autobús (the first bus); el tercer piso (the third floor).

2. Be careful not to confuse cuarto (fourth) with cuatro (four).

3. Because they are adjectives, ordinal numbers agree with their noun and normally go before it: primer amor (first love); primeros platos (first courses)… Consequently, the little º change to ª in the feminine. Continue reading Spanish vocabulary: NÚMEROS ORDINALES (A1)

El cuarto de baño (toilet) vocabulary in Spanish_A2

Calendario de marzo (el cuerpo humano)

March calendar is just to remember us that, in Spanish, we rarely use the possessives with the parts of the body. Instead, we use a definite article. 

We are not going to say ” me duele mi cabeza” but “me duele la cabeza” Click on the links if you want to see vocabulary about the human body or learn about the definite articles in Spanish.

Click here or in the image below to download March calendar. Remember, you can contact your tutor with any question you have. Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

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