Ser vs Estar

We use ser to describe: Someone or something’s nature or identity (Permanent) Time and events We use estar to describe:  Someone or something’s temporary state Someone or something’s location. This activity can be used with or without Peardeck.

El Mundo de Rigoberta Menchu

Proceso 1 A.  Formar grupos de 3 para explorar los temas del mundo de Rigoberta Menchú en Guatemala.  Los grupos identificarán tres preguntas sobre el tema.  Cada grupo navegará los sitios en internet y hacer una presentación de PowerPoint de 5 minutos para la clase.  Las preguntas formarán la organización Read more…

Todo Sobre Mi

This is a great activity for the beginning or any time of the school year! You can assign it to your students on Google Classroom, Canvas, Seesaw or share the link for Google Slides. This is a great way to learn more about your students. Click here to download

The Conditional in Spanish

Regular Conditional Verbs As with the future tense, we don’t need to bother removing the “-ar,” “-er,” or “-ir” endings when conjugating in the conditional. We use the entire infinitive as our stem. And again, it doesn’t matter what kind of verb it is. Every verb uses these endings: “-ar” Read more…

Alphabet game

Mono Japi has many things in his store, but sometimes he doesn’t know which letter they start with. Do you want to help him? Objective I can recognize the letters of the alphabet.I can identify the initial letters in a list of words. Iframes not supported

Uses of the Verb Estar

In Spanish, estar is used to express, Emotion State of Health, Temporary, and location. Use Estar to Express Emotions Estar is used to express how a person feels at a specific moment. Juan está feliz. (Juan is happy.) Los hombres están muy cansados. (The men are very tired.) ¿Estas molesto conmigo? (Are you mad at Read more…