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Spanish High Frequency Words Harvest Game. Juego de palabras de uso frecuente

Spanish sight words practice

Conecta Cuatro - Juego para repasar la conjugación de verbos AnneK en Confesiones y Realidades

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Get Students Moving and Practicing Foreign Language Vocabulary

Get Students Moving and Practicing Foreign (World) Language Vocabulary (French, Spanish)

6 Different Scenarios Where The Imperfect Past Tense Is Required - When it comes to learning past tenses in Spanish, it is important to bear in mind that there is a kind of past tense that doesn’t exist in English per se: the imperfect tense. As such, this tense might be a little bit tricky and confusing for native English speakers trying to express past events in Spanish. #article #spanish

¿Cómo era de niño? ¿Quién es? ¿Y cómo eras tú? (Hover and Click) ThingLink

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Preterite Conjugations Flip Book

Spanish Preterite Conjugations Flip BookThe preterite tense might be a monster to conjugate, but this flip book can help! It has notes and conjugation practice for regular preterite conjugations, irregular preterite, stem-changing preterite, -car, -gar-, -zar verbs, and irregular stem verbs in the preterite.Each page has notes and conjugation practice.

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Spanish Preterite and Imperfect Habitual and Completed Actions Practice

Fun and student friendly practices to reinforce the preterite and imperfect! Includes 2 pages (10 items) of imperfect habitual actions (de niño) versus preterite completed actions (ayer). Plus...additional 2 pages of practice using the imperfect for scene setting and the preterite for completed actions. Answer keys also included.

Verbs that change meaning in the preterite and imperfect Preterite Imperfect• Querer- tried • Querer-wanted• No querer-refused • No querer- didn't want• ...