This is a great way for students to practice and review regular ar, er, and ir verbs in the preterite tense, because they love playing the role of the teacher! Seat students in groups of two, and give each group one sheet that's cut mostly in half. Students can either write their answers on mini whiteboards or on scratch paper.
Students rip the sheet the rest of the way, so they each have a set of questions with their answers. Persona A asks the first question, and Persona B answers. Persona A can see the answer, and can tell Persona B if it was correct or not.
Then Persona B asks his/her first question, and Persona A answers. They keep taking turns asking and answering the questions.
As students ask questions and check their partner's answers, they circle any their partner answers incorrectly. At the end, they should go back to those questions. Additionally, they should exchange papers, so each student keeps the paper that points out his/her errors. They can then study from these sheets at home by covering up the answers and quizzing themselves.
The first 18 questions ask students to conjugate infinitive verbs, while the last four questions ask students to write out complete sentences.
This Microsoft Word document contains two pages: the first page has both the Persona A list of questions and the Persona B list of questions. The second page has detailed instructions for the teacher. I use this with the Realidades 2B chapter for level two, but it can be used with any unit that focused on the preterite tense.
I do these activities every unit, and I always know a lesson will go well if one of these Persona A/B activities is included. I hope you and your students enjoy it!