Song by popular Pop singer from Spain with verb tense fill-ins to reinforce current tenses taught.
When in doubt, try music.
As this particular lesson deals with Spain, I have chosen a popular Spanish
singer Antonio José
In this activity, students listen to the song and complete the
missing lyrics. They are also instructed to look for and recognize a variety of
Students really enjoy these activities that involve music.
• The original lyrics to the song Dime que me esperas
• The lyrics with blanks for students to fill in as they listen
• A grammar portion for the song
• An answer key for the grammar questions.
Tenses used in song include :
• Imperfect subjunctive
• Past participles used as adjectives
• Present perfect
Note * You may easily adapt the blanks if your students are not familiar with imperfect subjunctive ( it is only used 2 times)
*** You will have to find the song. It is on Youtube.
If you prefer to include a reading comprehension along with the song , please click on the following link.
If you prefer a more comprehensive activity which includes a biography and questions along with this song, please click here.