This series of 90 questions practices reflexive verbs in the present tense. Students should break into groups of 2 or 3 and ask/answer questions.
A translation of all questions is included and should be given to students, but they should only look if they don't know what the question asks. Some questions have a bit of personality and will inspire good follow up questions. Advise your speedier students to pick one of every five questions or so and make a follow up. This activity is appropriate for students who have been introduced to the idea of reflexive verbs and includes vocabulary from ¡Así se dice! 2.
I recommend having students switch partners every few minutes to keep everything fresh.
An alternative use for this document is to assign students to translate a given number of questions and use the translations as an answer key.
This document includes 7 total pages. The first four are the cover sheet and questions in Spanish. The last three are a translation of the questions.
For reflexive verb written activities you might like:
Reflexive Verbs Present Tense (Basic)
When your students are ready to manage reflexive verbs in the preterite too you might try:
Reflexive Verbs In the Present and Preterite (Advanced)
Reflexive Verbs Conversational Questions
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