Students will learn that the verb "to do" is used in Spanish in many expressions, including the weather. It is a common word used in questions. Also, students will learn that the verb to do can be used to express how long you have been doing something. Finally, students will learn that the verb to do is also used to express the concept of ago.
Students will learn that the imperfect is often called the descriptive past tense because it is used to describe or set scenes. Students will also review the endings for the conjugations in the imperfect as well as examples for this tense.
Students will learn to use the preterite past tense. Activities include a hangman game, a worksheet, and numerous other exercises for student engagement.
Students will learn that spelling changes in the preterite occur because the preterite vowel endings affect the way some consonants sound.
Students will learn how to form the preterite past tense. The objective of this activity is to demosntrate the most important aspects to consider when forming the preterite past tense of the stem changing verbs.
Students will learn how to decide when to use the Preterite and when to use the Imperfect. In adition, students will review the uses of the Imperfect and the Preterite. Students will also learn that there are some verbs that change meaning depending on the tense.
Students will learn the different uses of the verbs ser and estar. Activites include games, worksheets, and numerous exercises for student engagement.