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GCSE SPANISH VOCABULARY SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 I encourage my beginner Spanish students to build up a comprehensive vocabulary bank that they can reference easily whenever they need it - we also use them for quick vocab quizzes, spelling competitions and so on. I’ve put the numbers across two pages, because the size of the font is really important for all learners, but especially for beginner language learners, as they begin to familiarize themselves with words and spelling systems in a new language. I have also uploaded a number reference sheet I give my more experienced Spanish learners - it’s in landscape format, with all the numbers on a single sheet, so the font size is smaller - students who’ve been learning Spanish for a while are comfortable with quite a lot of text on a single page. Have a look at it here:

SPANISH NUMBERS 0-100 - REFERENCE MAT #2
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-numbers-0-100-reference-mat-2-12435651

My students all have reference resource folders or files - these can have a range of formats - for instance, sticking into a large exercise book, or punching holes down the left-hand side, and adding to files (we also use twine or thick string!). There are two backgrounds to choose from - Spanish flag, which I tend to use for vocab display, or black wave, which we use for learning books - backgrounds do make vocab lists more visually appealing for students who have a lot of vocab to learn over the course of their studies.

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PRIMARY SPANISH FRUITS & VEGETABLES WORD SEARCHES

**PRIMARY SPANISH KS3 FRUITS & VEGETABLES** ***Spanish Fruits Vegetables Word Searches*** *Sopas de Letras* are a fabulous way of encouraging learners to engage with the written word in *Spanish*, refreshing and reinforcing language as they complete the grids. This mini-bundle features*twenty differentiated word searches*, focusing on a range of fruits and vegetables in *Spanish*, with each consecutive grid increasing in challenge. The fruits and vegetables include *masculine, feminine, singular and plural, with a blend of definite and indefinite articles* - this really helps students think a little more laterally about language, and their new vocab - they may learn *la manzana or la patata*, and it’s useful to give students opportunity to think about *grammatical concepts*, and how *la becomes una* for example. I’ve selected *high-frequency fruits & vegetables, such as apple, pear, potato and cabbage*, and also fruits & vegetables which may be new to some learners, such as *redcurrant, starfruit, artichoke and asparagues*. There are a range of *phonemes and sounds* too, such as *the letter j (uvas rojas/ajo), which is a sound particular to Spanish, and the letter ñ (piña/champiñones), as the tilde + n plays a very important role in Spanish pronunciation*. There are *10 Spanish to Spanish grids*, labelled with a lemon/carrots, where learners are prompted with the *Spanish* words, and look for them in *Spanish* in the grid. For additional consolidation, each grid also features an *English* word list that they have to complete, really putting their knowledge to the test! There are also *10 English to Spanish* grids, labelled with a raspberry/pepper, where the prompt words are given in *English*, and learners have to find the *Spanish* equivalent in the grid. For additional consolidation and practice in writing/spelling in *Spanish*, they also complete the *Spanish* word list on each page. Learners can tell in which direction the words are written by looking at the arrow key on each grid. Having a good bilingual dictionary to hand is also a good idea, as this provides a further focus on developing literacy in both *Spanish and English*, and facilitates *learner independence*. There is an *answer grid* for each word search, so that learners can check their answers - or use for a little extra help if they need it. Answer keys are really essential - they offer learners an additional opportunity to engage with language, and they genuinely enjoy 'correcting' their own, and particularly each others' work. They're a great teacher time-saver too, which is always a good thing! The word searches are in landscape format, as I’ve found this to be the best format for beginner language learners - language is very clear and accessible. This kind of activity is really versatile too - I use as starters, refreshers, plenaries or fun-time fillers at any time during the school year, as well as when I'm focusing on fruits in Spanish. . **The fruits included are:** * green apples * red apple * bananas * cherries * dates * fig * green grapes * red grapes * kiwi * lemon * mango * nectarine * olives * oranges * papaya * peach * pear * pineapple * pumpkin * raspberry * redcurrants * rhubarb * starfruit * strawberries * watermelon **The vegetables included are:** * artichoke * asparagus * beetroot * broccoli * cabbage * carrots * cauliflower * celery * corn * cucumber * eggplants / aubergines * French / green beans * garlic * leeks * lettuce * mushrooms * onions * peas * peppers * potatoes * sprouts * spinach * sweet potatoes * tomato *Try this Spanish fruits word search freebie - you'll be able to see whether the word searches will work well with your learners:* **Spanish Fruits Word Search with Answer Key : Freebie** [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/primary-spanish-fruits-word-search-freebie-12498663](http://) *I've included a selection of my Spanish freebies you may not have seen in my store. All files are non-editable in a zipped format. The license for purchase is a single-user license only - the resource is copyright, all rights reserved - it may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed outside your own classroom in any way - please read the Terms of Use.* **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN PROVECHO!**

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SPANISH PRESENT TENSE CONJUGATION PRACTICE

**GCSE SPANISH KS3 PRESENT TENSE CONJUGATION PRACTICE** F*our workbooks & verb groups. 150 conjugations in each workbook, 600 conjugations in total with answer keys and verb reference lists.* **The verb groups are:** + common high-frequency Spanish verbs + Spanish -AR verbs + Spanish -ER verbs + Spanish -IR verbs I've found that these are a great introduction to, and consolidation of, *conjugating Spanish* verbs. They work well in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover lessons. Students really benefit from several opportunities to work through the workbooks, once or twice a term across a whole school year is a great way of both mapping progress and developing overall understanding and competence. Each workbook focuses on *25 high-frequency regular and irregular verbs in the present tense* from the above groups. I encourage students to look for patterns across all the verbs, such as the formal Lei form being identical to the conjugation of singular pronouns. The workbook focuses on the mechanics of conjugation, rather than usage, but I find it useful to remind students of a number of things when focusing on or revising tense and verb conjugation. For example, students whose first language is *English* do often try to conflate what they know about conjugation in both languages, and I frequently see attempts such as *yo soy compartir for I am sharing or similarly io hace compartir for I do share*. I refer frequently the difference in usage, and this is important particularly when explaining when and in which contexts to use the *simple present and the continuous / progressive present tense, though Spanish does have a continuous present tense, usage is slightly different*. The Challenge One Answer Key has both simple present and continuous present tense to help embed the notion that often the continuous present in *English* should be translated with the simple present in *Spanish* - I have separate workbooks for the *Spanish continuous present*. **The structure of each set is as follows:** * *Two alphabetical verb reference lists*: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too * *Three differentiated conjugation challenges*, each with 50 individual conjugations: **Conjugation Challenge 1**: each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 2**: gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. **Conjugation Challenge 3**: students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt. I use the *Ideas, Notes and Next Steps* template to encourage my students to reflect on their progress, and think about what they can reasonably and realistically do to meet learning targets and move on - we revisit the conjugations, and the *Ideas, Notes and Next Steps*, regularly - sometimes students haven't quite embedded learning before it's time to move on, so revisiting for 10-minute 'chunks' is really popular with them. Students make a note of any new verbs they learn, which in time really does build up into a comprehensive verb vocabulary bank. We also use the *Ideas, Notes and Next Steps* to inform, guide and focus whole-group discussion on learning and progress in general, which is a really popular activity. The *answer key* has six pages and is in book format. *Answer keys* are essential for this kind of learning activity, as they do provide a really essential additional opportunity for students to engage with language, and my students prefer to work and learn independently, assessing their own progress, either individually, in pairs or in small groups. They're a great teacher time-saver too, which is always a good thing! Try this free-to-download sampler - you'll be able to see if these kinds of drills would work well for your students: **SPANISH VERB CONJUGATION PRACTICE WORKBOOK : SAMPLER** SPANISH VERB CONJUGATION DRILLS : SAMPLER [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-conjugation-practice-sampler-12477165](http://) ***Currently in my store I have sets focusing on both -AR and -ER verbs, across the following tenses:*** *present* (presente) *perfect* (perfecto compuesto) preterite (pretérito) *imperfect* (pretérito imperfecto) *future* (futuro) *conditional* (condicional) *pluperfect* (pretérito pluscuamperfecto) *future perfect* (futuro perfecto) *conditional perfect* (condicional perfecto) ***as well as -IR and high-frequency Spanish verbs in the present tense - have a browse in my store!*** Files are non-editable in a zipped format. The product is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed outside your own classroom in any way. The license is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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SPANISH ER VERBS ALEVEL CONJUGATION PRACTICE BUNDLE

**ALEVEL SPANISH GCSE -ER VERBS CONJUGATION PRACTICE** *nine tenses and nine workbooks each with three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions, 1,350 conjugation questions in total, and answer key book* - a great resource for developing understanding of how to conjugate *Spanish -ER verbs in the present, perfect, preterite, imperfect, future, conditional, pluperfect, future perfect and conditional perfect tenses*. I’ve found that grammar books are not necessarily particularly consistent with grammatical terminology, for example the *conditional perfect (condicional perfecto) is also called the conditional past in English*. The English equivalent is *I would have eaten* for example. The workbooks don’t look at the rules for the use of these tenses in *Spanish*, the focus is solely on the conjugation of the individual verb across a range of pronouns and tenses. However, they act as a great discussion stimulation during the introduction, practice and revision phases. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practising, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in *Spanish*. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** = present (*presente*) = perfect (*perfecto compuesto*) = preterite (*pretérito*) = imperfect (*pretérito imperfecto*) = future (*futuro*) = conditional (*condicional*) = pluperfect (*pretérito pluscuamperfecto*) = future perfect (*futuro perfecto*) = conditional perfect (*condicional perfecto*) **Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows:** *Two alphabetical verb reference lists*: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too *Three differentiated conjugation challenges*, each with 50 individual conjugations: **Conjugation Challenge 1**: each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 2**: gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. **Conjugation Challenge 3:** students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt There’s a **Notes and Next Steps** template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It’s a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. Each workbook has an accompanying *6-page answer key book* - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others’ work. The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. I’ve also included a couple of my free-to-download resources you may not have seen in my store. Files are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE**!

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SPANISH ER VERBS GCSE CONJUGATION WORKBOOKS #1

**GCSE ALEVEL SPANISH CONJUGATION PRACTICE ER VERBS PRESENT, PERFECT AND PRETERITE TENSES** three workbooks each with three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions and answer key book - a great resource for developing understanding of *how to conjugate Spanish ER verbs in the present, perfect and preterite tenses*. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practising, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in *Spanish*. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** = present (*presente*) = perfect (*perfecto compuesto*) = preterite (*pretérito*) The workbooks feature *25 high-frequency regular and irregular Spanish ER verb*s. Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows: *Two alphabetical verb reference lists*: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too *Three differentiated conjugation challenges*, each with 50 individual conjugations: *Conjugation Challenge 1*: each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. *Conjugation Challenge 2*: gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. *Conjugation Challenge 3*: students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt *Notes and Next Steps* template, which my students revisit regularly, as it really helps them to think about their progress. We also use it to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really popular and effective activity. *Answer Key* book which has 6 pages - I always give my students an answer key for this kind of learning activity, as they are keen to work and learn independently. I’ve also included a couple of my free resources for you to try. Have a look at this free-to-download sampler - you’ll be able to see if these kinds of drills would work well for your students: **SPANISH VERB CONJUGATION DRILLS : SAMPLER** [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-conjugation-practice-sampler-12477165](http://) The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. They are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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SPANISH AR VERBS ALEVEL CONJUGATION PRACTICE BUNDLE #2

**ALEVEL SPANISH GCSE -AR VERBS CONJUGATION PRACTICE** *nine tenses and nine workbooks each with three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions, 1,350 conjugation questions in total, and answer key book* - a great resource for developing understanding of *how to conjugate Spanish -AR verbs in the present, perfect, preterite, imperfect, future, conditional, pluperfect, future perfect and conditional perfect tenses*. I've found that grammar books are not necessarily particularly consistent with grammatical terminology, for example the **conditional perfect** (*condicional perfecto*) is also called the **conditional past** in English. The English equivalent is **I would have helped** for example. The workbooks don't look at the rules for the use of these tenses in *Spanish*, the focus is solely on the conjugation of the individual verb across a range of pronouns and tenses. However, they act as a great discussion stimulation during the introduction, practice and revision phases. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practicing, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in *Spanish*. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** = present (*presente*) = perfect (*perfecto compuesto*) = preterite (*pretérito*) = imperfect (*pretérito imperfecto*) = future (*futuro*) = conditional (*condicional*) = pluperfect (*pretérito pluscuamperfecto*) = future perfect (*futuro perfecto*) = conditional perfect (*condicional perfecto*) **The workbooks feature 25 high-frequency regular and irregular Spanish -AR verbs**. Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows: * *Two alphabetical verb reference lists*: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too * *Three differentiated conjugation challenges*, each with 50 individual conjugations: **Conjugation Challenge 1:** each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 2:** gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. **Conjugation Challenge 3: **students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt There's a **Notes and Next Steps** template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It's a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. Each workbook has an accompanying **6-page answer key** book - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others' work. The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. I've also included a couple of my free-to-download resources you may not have seen in my store. Files are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

£8.00
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SPANISH AR VERBS GCSE CONJUGATION PRACTICE BUNDLE #1

**GCSE ALEVEL SPANISH -AR VERBS CONJUGATION PRACTICE** *six tenses and six workbooks* each with *three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions, 900 conjugation questions in total, and answer key book* - a great resource for developing understanding of how to conjugate *Spanish -AR verbs in the present, perfect, preterite, imperfect, future and conditional tenses*. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practicing, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in **Spanish**. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** = present *(presente)* = perfect *(perfecto compuesto)* = preterite *(pretérito)* = imperfect *(pretérito imperfecto)* = future *(futuro)* = conditional *(condicional)* **The workbooks feature 25 high-frequency regular and irregular Spanish -AR verbs**. Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows: * *Two alphabetical verb reference lists*: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too * *Three differentiated conjugation challenges*, each with 50 individual conjugations: **Conjugation Challenge 1:** each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 2:** gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. **Conjugation Challenge 3:** students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt There's a *Notes and Next Steps* template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It's a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. Each workbook has an accompanying **6-page answer key** book - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others' work. The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. They are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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SPANISH AR VERBS GCSE CONJUGATION WORKBOOKS #1

**GCSE ALEVEL SPANISH CONJUGATION PRACTICE -AR VERBS PRESENT, PERFECT AND PRETERITE TENSES** three workbooks each with three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions and answer key book - a great resource for developing understanding of how to conjugate *Spanish -AR verbs in the present, perfect and preterite tenses*. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practising, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in **Spanish**. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** present (*presente*) perfect (*perfecto compuesto*) preterite (*pretérito*) The workbooks feature*25 high-frequency regular and irregular Spanish -AR verbs*. Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows: * **Two alphabetical verb reference lists**: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too * **Three differentiated conjugation challenges**, each with 50 individual conjugations: **Conjugation Challenge 1**: each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 2**: gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. **Conjugation Challenge 3**: students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt * **Notes and Next Steps** template, which my students revisit regularly, as it really helps them to think about their progress. We also use it to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really popular and effective activity. * **Answer Key** book which has 6 pages - I always give my students an answer key for this kind of learning activity, as they are keen to work and learn independently. I've also included a couple of my free resources for you to try. Have a look at this free-to-download sampler - you’ll be able to see if these kinds of drills would work well for your students: **SPANISH VERB CONJUGATION DRILLS : SAMPLER** [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-conjugation-practice-sampler-12477165](http://) The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. They are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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SPANISH VOCABULARY CARDS MINI-BUNDLE

**BEGINNER SPANISH VOCABULARY CARDS : REFERENCE, RECALL & WRITE WORKBOOKS** *198 words & phrases, with matching English cards* My students really enjoy working independently with this set of *Spanish beginner vocabulary* games and activities, and find that way of working really does help them to develop their confidence and embed the vocabulary into their longer-term memory. They love to quiz / test themselves and each other on a regular basis - it's a very popular alternative to more traditional vocabulary 'drilling tasks'. There are lots of small and whole-group games to play, and I've described a range that have worked well for us. I encourage students to complete the *Notes and Next Steps* sheet regularly - this helps promote reflective learning, encourages students to think about progress they have made, to think about targets for improvement, and how to achieve those targets. Students also note any new vocabulary they learn, helping them to develop a really comprehensive vocab reference bank. *Each set features 99 beginner Spanish words and phrases that students are likely to meet in the introductory stages of their Spanish program:* **Set 1:** = Los saludos = Los días de la semana = Los meses y las estaciones del año = Los números 0-20 = Mi familia = Palabras frecuentes = Frases útiles para la clase = Preguntas y respuestas **Set 2:** = Los saludos = Los colores = Las partes del cuerpo = Los números 21-40 = El tiempo = Frases útiles para la clase = Preguntas y respuestas *Each workbook features all the words and phrases alphabetically Spanish-English and 3 differentiated Recall & Write activities to help your students really practice and review the vocabulary, and to work on spelling and writing:* **Recall Challenge One**: students write from memory all the words and phrases in English from a Spanish prompt - all the words/phrases are in their language category **Recall Challenge Two**: students write from memory all the words and phrases in Spanish from an English prompt - again, all the words and phrases are in their language category **Recall Challenge Three**: all the words and phrases appear in random order, and switch from Spanish to English at each question - this really does put students' memories to the test! There's definitely some prep involved, as there are 198 words and phrases cards, so 396 cards in total - do laminate them if you can, as they are far more learner-friendly and will last for years. The workbook is print, photocopy and go. All files are non-editable in a zipped format. The product is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. I've also included a range of my free-to-download resources you may not have seen in my store. Please read the Terms of Use. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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SPANISH ER VERBS GCSE CONJUGATION WORKBOOKS #2

**GCSE ALEVEL SPANISH ER VERBS CONJUGATION PRACTICE FUTURE, IMPERFECT, CONDITIONAL TENSES** three tenses and three workbooks each with three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions and answer key book - a great resource for developing understanding of *how to conjugate Spanish ER verbs in the imperfect, future and conditional tenses*. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practicing, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in Spanish. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** = imperfect (*pretérito imperfecto*) = future (*futuro*) = conditional (*condicional*) *The workbooks feature 25 high-frequency regular and irregular Spanish ER verbs*. Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows: *Two alphabetical verb reference lists*: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too *Three differentiated conjugation challenges*, each with 50 individual conjugations: *Conjugation Challenge 1*: each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. *Conjugation Challenge 2*: gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. *Conjugation Challenge 3*: students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt There’s a *Notes and Next Steps* template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It’s a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. Each workbook has an accompanying 6-page *answer key* book - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others’ work. Have a look at this free-to-download sampler - you’ll be able to see if these kinds of drills would work well for your students: **SPANISH VERB CONJUGATION DRILLS : SAMPLER** [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-conjugation-practice-sampler-12477165](http://) The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. They are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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SPANISH AR VERBS ALEVEL CONJUGATION WORKBOOKS #3

**ALEVEL SPANISH -AR VERBS CONJUGATION PRACTICE** three tenses and three workbooks each with three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions and answer key book - a great resource for developing understanding of how to *conjugate Spanish -AR verbs in the pluperfect, future perfect and conditional perfect tenses*. I've found that grammar books are not necessarily particularly consistent with grammatical terminology, for example the **conditional perfect** (*condicional perfecto*) is also called the **conditional past** in English. The English equivalent is *I would have helped* for example. The workbooks don't look at the rules for the use of these tenses in **Spanish**, the focus is solely on the conjugation of the individual verb across a range of pronouns and tenses. However, they act as a great discussion stimulation during the introduction, practice and revision phases. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practising, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in **Spanish**. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** pluperfect (*pretérito pluscuamperfecto*) future perfect (*futuro perfecto*) conditional perfect (*condicional perfecto)* The workbooks feature 25 high-frequency regular and irregular Spanish -AR verbs. Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows: * **Two alphabetical verb reference lists**: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too * **Three differentiated conjugation challenges**, each with 50 individual conjugations: *Conjugation Challenge 1*: each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. *Conjugation Challenge 2*: gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. *Conjugation Challenge 3*: students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt There's a *Notes and Next Steps* template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It's a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. Each workbook has an accompanying *6-page answer key book* - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others' work. Have a look at this free-to-download sampler - you’ll be able to see if these kinds of drills would work well for your students: **SPANISH VERB CONJUGATION DRILLS : SAMPLER** [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-conjugation-practice-sampler-12477165](http://) The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. They are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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SPANISH AR VERBS GCSE CONJUGATION WORKBOOKS #2

**GCSE ALEVEL SPANISH -AR VERBS CONJUGATION PRACTICE FUTURE, IMPERFECT, CONDITIONAL TENSES** three tenses and three workbooks each with three differentiated conjugation challenges, 150 differentiated quick conjugation questions and answer key book - a great resource for developing understanding of how to conjugate *Spanish -AR verbs in the imperfect, future and conditional tenses*. My students have always found these kinds of quick conjugations a great way of practicing, reinforcing and revising how to conjugate essential verbs in Spanish. The workbooks are ideal in a range of contexts such as independent work either in class time or at home, holiday refresher work, or individual activities for cover work. My students like to have several opportunities to go through the workbooks several times a semester across a whole school year - they find it really useful for mapping their progress and developing overall understanding and competence. **The tenses are:** imperfect (*pretérito imperfecto*) future (*futuro*) conditional (*condicional*) **The workbooks feature 25 high-frequency regular and irregular Spanish -AR verbs. Each resource in the bundle is structured as follows:** * *Two alphabetical verb reference lists*: Spanish-English and English-Spanish, useful for longer-term reference too * *Three differentiated conjugation challenges*, each with 50 individual conjugations: **Conjugation Challenge 1**: each verb conjugated in Spanish across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 2**: gives the infinitive of each verb in Spanish, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in Spanish. **Conjugation Challenge 3**: students write the corresponding Spanish verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from a Spanish prompt There's a **Notes and Next Steps** template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It's a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. Each workbook has an accompanying 6-page **answer key book** - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others' work. Have a look at this free-to-download sampler - you’ll be able to see if these kinds of drills would work well for your students: **SPANISH VERB CONJUGATION DRILLS : SAMPLER** [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-conjugation-practice-sampler-12477165](http://) The files are non-editable files in a zipped format. They are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!**

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