SER BUENO vs. ESTAR BUENO Ser bueno: Talking about a person: ‘ virtuous, upright ‘ – Mi hijo es muy bueno, siempre se porta muy bien. – My son is very upright, he always behaves.
Spanish TPRS teachers will love this poster. This poster provides 65 of the most common structures needed to get children to produce meaningful language. Adding these structures to student's vocab list will give them the connecting tools they need to start writing, narrating and reading stories in Spanish. Students pick up these structures extremely fast without necessarily understanding grammatical structures. They do however learn where and when to use them when communicating.
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