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Spanish Story - My Dog

Spanish Story - My Dog

Spanish Story with Worksheets and a Video Clip about the arrival of a new puppy. Verbs in the 3rd person present tense include: Es, Está, tiene, le gusta, no le gusta. Friendly Spanish listening practice to join in with and discuss, supported by worksheets.
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Spanish Dog Story - Verbs in the 3rd Person

Spanish Dog Story - Verbs in the 3rd Person

Spanish short story with gap fill and translation worksheets and a video clip for practice and discussion using verbs in the 3rd person present tense. The story is about two dogs on a walk by the river. One likes swimming (le gusta nadar), the other does not: No le gusta nadar.
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La vida sana reading

La vida sana reading

The text uses structures covered in La vida sana: de debe, se debería, soler, etc. Worksheet 8 different challenges: fill in the identity details, diet details (healthy or not), find in the text, connectives & quantifiers, verdadero o falso, one must - one should, tenses spot (underline, circle, etc)...
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E to I Verbs in Spanish Spoons game / Uno game

E to I Verbs in Spanish Spoons game / Uno game

Print on cardstock and cut into cards. Includes 9 verbs. Use to play Spoons; students collect the full conjugation of 1 verb. Use to play Uno, students play cards on the discard pile by matching either the verb or the subject.
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present perfect worksheet

present perfect worksheet

A short worksheet on the present perfect tense in Spanish. Section 1: Complete the sentences with the correct form of haber and past participle, Section 2: Answer personal questions in a complete sentence.
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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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