Teaching Spanish to immigrants

The Spanish capital

3 August, 2014 | No Comments

This new exercise on Spanish Capital of the autonomous communities (CCAA)* complements that we present in November on Spanish autonomous communities, ¿The judgment?

In November you learned the name of the CCAA with puzzle interactivo and Representative photo.


This additional exercise on the capitals of the regions is:

1. Learn the name and location of the CCAA: review with the interactive puzzles.
2. Learn the names of the capitals of the CCAA: listening to a podcast, using the Internet asking tus friends.
3. Some cultural characteristics of each region: through Curious Photos of CCAA
4. Compare the territorial organization of different countries: your country with our.

Target: at the end you will know how our country is organized and some curious features of each region.

Exercise**: The Spanish capital

Photos: Photo Solutions
Map to print and check: CCAA map with capitals


These exercises are designed especially for those who are going to apply for Spanish nationality. As you know, you will have to pass a test with questions about your community and Spain in general.

  • For information on the test of Spanish nationality, types of questions, aid, etc.: Overview.
  • For examples free interactive and: Free Trial.
  • Other examples of questions compiled by people who have already done the test: Other examples of questions.

Do not forget to send homework exercise “The Capital” and any other questions that you may have.

*CCAA = regions

** Financial aid for teachers of Spanish: The Spanish capital for teachers.

Creative Commons License
This work by Español Activo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

  • Print
  • email
  • Add to favorites
  • RSS
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Tumblr
  • del.icio.us
  • StumbleUpon
  • Digg
  • Haohao


Leave a comment

  • Traduce a

    Set as default language
     Edit Translation
    by Transposh - translation plugin for wordpress
  • External Resources

    Here you will find exercises other websites, dictionaries, blogs, podcasts and links to regions with practical information that will help you in your day to day. Teachers will find a selection of links to interesting blogs and magazines.
  • For students

    Everything you need in the links below.
  • Freerice