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Here is a very simple little worksheet from the old website that features 10 subject-adjective sets to convert into Spanish sentences by conjugating the verb ESTAR. An answer key is included, and 2 examples are provided on the top of …
What do you do well? For each verb or verb phrase, tell how well you do it (or not at all), using some of the phrases from the example given, plus some of your own descriptive words. Use this free …
Do the following people have good or bad luck? Follow the examples to write out sentences using the 8 prompts given, and also write whether each has good or bad luck, according to your own personal opinion. Then write 3 …
Here is a very simple beginning Spanish worksheet for the first week of class, or whenever it is pointed out that Spanish exclamations begin with an upside-down exclamation point. First, practice writing ¡Hola! and ¡Adiós! then circle which you would …
Here is a set of 16 free printable cards in full color for use as flashcards or room display. Each card features a Spanish sentence starting “Tengo…” or “No tengo…” and uses a tener expression such as tener miedo de, …
This simple worksheet prompts students to create sentences describing their family members in Spanish using the simple formula below. Mi + (13 family/pet vocabulary terms) + (no) es + (27 Spanish adjectives). Click Here to open this free …
Here is a single worksheet that would make a fun homework paper. First, match the sentences on the left — each containing the word tiene — with an appropriate translation on the right. Enough familiar words and cognates are …