Language tips: IR and VENIR (A1)

The verbs that express coming and going are little tricky for English speakers. In English, come indicates where you are or where the person you are talking to is, or will be, at the time of the expected arrival; and go indicates a third place where neither the speaker or the hearer is expected to be. In other words, in English, one can come here, come there, or go there. In Spanish, it’s much simpler: venir is used with aquí and acá (here); ir is used with allí and allá (there).

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Podcast_011: Mi rutina diaria – My daily routine (A1)

Mi Rutina diaria

En este audio vamos a escuchar las cosas que hace Marisa cada día. Vamos a trabajar el vocabulario relacionado con las rutinas diarias, repasaremos (review) como decir la hora (time), el presente de indicativo  y los pronombres reflexivos.

Imprime (print) el post, escucha  el audio y responde a las preguntas. Finalmente comprueba (check) tus respuestas. 

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