This worksheet features 10 questions that have been asked in the preterite and must be answered in the Present Perfect. It is an excellent way for students not only to review the Present Perfect in Spanish as well as the past participles, but to
This is an instructional PowerPoint on Adjective Noun agreement in Spanish. It gives various examples, explanations, and a general rule of thumb at the end. There are also a 10 questions activity at the end.
There are multiple questions in paragraph form not only highlighting patterns in the language, but how the preterite and the imperfect are actually used. Students can never get enough practice. Includes the answers.
Students must structure sentences in which the they must put a verb in the present/preterite perfect in Spanish. There is a wide variety of verbs to practice past participles as well. The answers are included.
The worksheet highlight the change in meaning that occurs when certain adjectives change position relative to the noun. Example: 1. Es un gran hombre. The great man. It also has a past participle section. Example: 2. empezar empezado
The worksheet features positive and negative conjugations of the Usted Commands. It also has every irregular on the sheet as well as pronoun placement, positive and negative. Contextually, it also shows how an Usted command may be used to respond
There are 59 fill in the black conjugations of the present indicative in Spanish. It is in story format, so students see how the language is actually used. Best for level 2 and up. It includes the answers.
This is a 15 question worksheet in which students answer various questions with ser vs estar. It emphasizes the difference between the two verbs. The answers on the sheet may vary according to student perspective.
There are 20 questions with verbs such as gustar, caer, and molestar all used with indirect object pronouns. The worksheet is perfect to help students understand how gustar like verbs are used and how they relate to indirect object pronouns. The