In this activity, students are given pictures of 12 people that they must answer questions about and write creative sentences about. Each person has a unique appearance, and their age and nationality are provided.
The first page of the worksheet asks the students 10 questions based on the people's appearance (¿Quién es la chica pelirroja?), their nationality (¿Quién es francés pero no es viejo?), and age (¿Quién es la chica más joven?). Students must answer the questions in a complete sentence in Spanish.
The second page of the worksheet asks the students to write 12 sentences about the the people in the pictures. There are a variety of subjects for them to write sentences about (Raúl, Marta y yo, Andrés y tú, etc) so that they are practicing all of the conjugations of ser as well as practicing adjective agreement for a variety of subjects - plural and singular, masculine and feminine. The students are given 24 adjectives in English that they must use in their sentences (such as funny, young, shy, etc.)
I have students work on this activity in pairs, but it could easily be used as an individual or whole-class activity as well. I also like to use this activity to brush up on numbers by having the students order the people from youngest to oldest. I like to project the pictures of the people in the front of the classroom, but you could also print a few color copies for the students to use as well.
An answer key with sample answers is included with your purchase.
Looking for more ways to practice adjectives and ser in Spanish? Check out these resources!
Two Crossword Puzzles for Adjectives
Vocab List - Describing People with Adjectives & Asking Questions
GUERRA - Vocab Word Game - Partner Activity - Adjectives
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