Teaching Spanish to immigrants

And you, How do you get along with your family?

20 February, 2012 | No Comments

Here we present an exercise where you can see the differences between “lead” and “get” which usually cause many problems for Spanish students.

First you have to join the two columns in both years and end practice writing your own examples. We give solutions to footer so you can be sure.

Do not forget that if you want me to amend the exercises or have any questions, We are here!

Lead / get

 

 

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