Formal commands in Spanish

We are talking about food and recipes, so we are going to learn how to use the formal commands in Spanish. Have a look on this video because it might help you:

Spanish bizarre food

One of the most interesting things when you visit a different country is its culinary culture and traditions. What for others might be bizarre, for the local people it is every day food. Here you have an example of different Spanish typical dishes. Is it bizarre?

If you liked it, you can keep watching more:

Bizarre 2                       Bizarre 5

Bizarre 3                       Bizarre 6

Bizarre 4

Los posesivos

Here you can see how we say ‘my, your, his, her’:

El cuerpo

Here you have the words for different body parts in Spanish:

And a second part:

Present Progressive – Presente Continuo y la casa

Challenge board

Rags to riches

Hangman

La casa game

En la casa – pop ups

La casa – rooms

Reflexive verbs Comic

Here we have the comics that Spanish 2 have done to review for the test on Friday, 21st.

Morgan Vitosh, Hannah and Sarah

Allison and Savannah

Cameron, CJ and Katlyn

La rutina diaria y el cuerpo – verbos reflexivos

In Spanish, we use reflexive verbs to talk about morning routine, here you can see what they are and how we form them:

Games

Daily routine ‘battleship’

Rags to riches

Millonario

El cuerpo

Body ‘hangman’

Body ‘battleship’

Anteriores Entradas antiguas