Teaching Spanish to immigrants

Review written alphabet

2 July, 2014 | 1 Comment

In June we finished the last chapter to show you learn to write Spanish albafeto and I have left all the month to practice.

Now we want you to have all chapters on one page to repaséis.

Here are:

  1. Chapter 1: Lowercase vowels
  2. Chapter 2: Members capitalized
  3. Chapter 3: Lowercase alphabet 1
  4. Chapter 4: Lowercase alphabet 2
  5. Chapter 5: Uppercase alphabet 1
  6. Chapter 6: Uppercase alphabet 2
  7. Chapter 7: Uppercase alphabet 3

 

And here are two pages to keep you perfecting:

Nahono: literacy method for Arabic-speakers of the Board of Galicia.

Neoparaíso: printable calligraphy exercises and Calligraphy exercises numbers.

If you have questions Tene, we are here to help you.

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1 Comment “Review written alphabet”

  1. gindre
    October 28, 2014 to 17:08

    francaise retraiter en espagne depuis 5ans je voudrais parler un peu l.espagnol comment faire pour retenir, ma mémoire et peu faible .

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