Teaching Spanish to immigrants

Hispanic Nationalities

5 November, 2011 | No Comments

With this exercise we will review the gender and number of people and things and we will learn more nationalities, in this case Spanish-American.

Remember it is very important make sentences in which if the name is male (Pepper), words that describe Pepe must be male (guapthe). If femenino (Margarita) these words have to be female (guapa)

Page 1: you can expand your knowledge in Spanish with these Hispanic nationalities.

Page 2: have a reminder box terminations of both genders and phrases to practice. For example: The German doctor - The doctora Germana

You can turn the phrase in the singular or plural, recalls, adds “s” the “is” for the plural. For example: A difficult planA difficult plansis

¡Venga! Get Started!

 

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