Conjugating Spanish Verbs in the Present has its own language

Conjugating Spanish Verbs in the Present has its own language
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Beginning second language learners often do not understand what "conjugation" is, even though they conjugate naturally in English: "I am, you are, he is, we are...." Students can "shut down" when they see or hear grammatical terms they don't understand.

This graphic representation of conjugation's own vocabulary helps students bridge the vocabulary of conjugating with actually conjugating Spanish verbs. Although real fluidity in conjugating comes with practice and experiencing the language in authentic contexts, this graphic will help the student talk about grammar, and will help her understand what she might look up in a dictionary.

Use this handout to supplement your own lessons, and to give the student the basic terminology of conjugating, so they can start on the same page with confidence.
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