These questions will only ask the most pertinent details concerning the Spanish language. You'll see there are only three questions. It shouldn't take more than a minute to answer them. They are meant as refresher and to remind you of what you've already learned.
They won't be designed to take up your time or take away from the lesson. Take a few seconds and take the quiz and the continue on your way with the lesson.
I hope you enjoy it!! So here's your first project. Every ten lessons we will have one to test our Spanish knowledge. Today's Project is Writing About Yourself.
The scenario is very straightforward. Pretend that you're writing to a pen-pal who lives in Mexico. There are several things you need to do for this. Read the bullet list below on things you must do in order to complete the project.
Think of it as a writing exercise. Ask pen-pal how things are going. Tell pen-pal three things about yourself. One "thing" must be a list of three adjectives that describe you. Describe things you used to do as a child.
Describe where you live and what you do for a living Describe what you want to be. Ask all these questions back and provide a farewell. Anything extra you want to add, do so!! My Paragraph Okay everyone! In parentheses I will explain what some terms or words are in case you do not know them.Writing a formal letter in any language may seem hard to begin with, but it does get easier.
If Spanish is not your first language then below are some pointers to keep in mind when constructing a formal piece of written communication. English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), (n.) = redacción de cartas, escritura de cartas.
Ex: He had a penchant for letter writing, and offered his collection of letters to the Bodleian Library for the use of future historians. I hope that this letter will find you in the best of health, let's see what you're going to write me in your next e-mail.
Take care!! This is the sample number three in Spanish letters. Here, you can find a lot of useful opening and closing phrases to structure your letter around a specific purpose (giving information, asking for something, making a complaint). At the end, you’ll find two sample letters in Spanish.
Both have been proofread by a native speaker of Spanish to ensure. You’ll need to write a formal letter to apply for that job, and you may even need to translate your CV into Spanish.
3. It might help you keep the job you’ve already got.
Writing letters in Spanish is a funny activity for your students. This exercise will not just help them learn the basics on how to use the standard beginnings and endings for letters, but they will also learn how to express ideas on the paper and build correct sentences in Spanish.