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New Spanish GCSE grammar - Complex structures guide

New Spanish GCSE grammar - Complex structures guide

A 13 pages booklet to help higher ability GCSE students to work independently and and to include a wider variety of structures in their written work. There are two sections in the booklet: Section 1 focuses on tenses, and it includes a summary of how to conjugate the present tense, the preterite, the imperfect, the future simple and the conditional, as well as verb tables for AR, ER and IR verbs in those tenses, including tables for six irregular verbs (ser, tener, estar, ir, poder and haber). This is followed by a explanation on how to conjugate and use a further four tenses: the present perfect, the present continuous, the pluperfect and the conditional perfect. Section 2 focuses on other structures that will help the students include variety and complexity: - lo + adjectives - comparatives and superlatives - negatives - conditionals ('si' clauses) - the infinitive - the present subjunctive - object pronouns - other useful structures Finally, the booklet includes a "check list" or a guide of the kind of structures that the students would be expected to include in work that is graded 4-5, 6-7 or 8-9.
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Introduction to verbs and personal pronouns in Spanish including reflexives

Introduction to verbs and personal pronouns in Spanish including reflexives

This resource is based on the first steps of Spanish, "Me llamo...." . It introduces the concept of personal pronouns in Spanish, how infinitives are made and the endings of the present for AR verbs (llamar) From llamar, llamarse is introduced and steps into integrating "me, te, se etc..." is broken down. Can be used as a whole or integrated to other topics.
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Spanish A Level Paper 2 ("Ocho apellidos vascos" and "La casa de Bernarda Alba"), Paper 3 (Speaking) and grammar bundle

Spanish A Level Paper 2 ("Ocho apellidos vascos" and "La casa de Bernarda Alba"), Paper 3 (Speaking) and grammar bundle

Three booklets to prepare students for papers 2 and 3: Paper 2 (writing) - Volver Paper 2 (writing) - La casa de Bernarda Alba Paper 3 (speaking) Each booklet includes a wide range of questions to provide the students with plenty of practice, as well as detailed explanations of the paper's requirements, assessment objectives and mark schemes. The fourth booklet contains a very comprehensive (118 pages) overview of the main aspects of Spanish grammar that the students are expected to be able to use on their A Level course.
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