Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica

Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
Preterite vs Imperfect short stories about my experiences in Costa Rica
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Through these three AWESOME short stories your students will not only learn about culture through my experiences in Costa Rica, but also they'll learn the differences between the Preterite and Imperfect. Apart from an activity in class, this could serve as a great formative or summative assessment! Please note that many different tiquismos and pachuquismos, such as tuanis, chiva, pura vida, etc., are used to add cultural flavor to the stories.

Mi viaje a Ticolandia (958 words)

You students will fill in the blank with the correct form of the preterite or imperfect, according to the text. All answers are provided.

Carta de Costa Rica (792 words)

You students will fill in the blank with the correct form of the preterite or imperfect, according to the text. All answers are provided.

Tarjeta postal de Costa Rica (322 words)

You students will fill in the blank with the correct form of the preterite or imperfect, according to the text. All answers are provided.

Also included are profile pictures of different Costa Rican animals, handouts / study guides of all of the preterite irregular verbs (all 7 groups) along with the subtle differences between the verbs haber, poder, querer, tener (que), saber, and conocer.

¡Que sea a tu total agrado! !PURA VIDA!

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