4 activities that go over how to use Parecer to describe how or what something or someone looks like.
These activities use the following structures:
Parecer + adjective (Example: Pareces cansado - You look tired)
Parecer + un/una + noun (Example: Ella parece una médica - She looks like a doctor)
Activity 1: Describing how someone looks based on the clipart images (happy, sad, tired, confused etc)
Activity 2: Describing how someone looks based on the context clue in the second sentence. (Example: Pareces un poco cansado. ¿Dormiste bien anoche?)
Activity 3: Describing what a person looks like based on the clipart images of halloween costumes. (Example: Él parece un diablo: He looks like a devil).
Activity 4: Describing what the professions of people seem like based on the description.
I created these activities because it seems like most of the learning materials related to Parecer are about Parecer as a verb like Gustar. Parecer is one of the top 20 verbs in the Spanish language, and there are many different uses that need to be learned.
Please also see in my store a quick finder reference guide for Parecer (it's free!) that goes over the three uses of Parecer:
1. Normal verb - to look/seem like
2. Pronominal verb - to look like each other / to look like someone or something specific
3. Verbs like Gustar