Spanish “Dos verbos”: Comprehensible Input Using Two Verbs in a Sentence
by Angie Torre
The formal teaching and practice of the use of two verbs in a sentence greatly increases students' ability to communicate in Spanish. Students also need repetition in context in order to acquire the new structures and vocabulary. After watching this PowerPoint, and practicing with it, students will be using two verbs in a sentence with ease, and thus speaking more fluidly.
This 15-slide PowerPoint, “Spanish Dos verbos: Comprehensible Input Using Two Verbs in a Sentence” includes the following:
~Comprehensible input with humorous visuals demonstrating the use of two verbs in a sentence.
~Questions with two verbs illustrated by visuals.
~Sentences modeling the verbs, “querer, poder, necesitar, deber, esperar
~A check-for-understanding in which students answer the questions using two verbs in a sentence.
For a complete lesson on using two verbs in a sentence, click here: Dos verbos
For the PowerPoint alone on how to use to verbs in a sentence, click here: Dos verbs PowerPoint
For the Power Point (FREE!) on infinitives, click here: Infinitives PowerPoint for Spanish One
Click here for Spanish Dos Verbos Interactive Notebook Activity
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