Getting started with Spanish 2
Getting started with Spanish 2

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Getting started with Spanish 2

1 Everyday activities

In this activity you will learn vocabulary relating to everyday activities and how to say when you usually do them.

Activity 1

Listen to this clip as various people are asked about their everyday activities. Then look at the drawings below, which depict some of these activities. Drag and drop the descriptions to the matching drawings underneath.

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Señora, ¿usted qué hace normalmente por la tarde? ¿Pasea, lee, estudia?
Paseo, paseo por el parque, paseo a mi perro por el parque.
Y usted, ¿qué hace?
Yo leo, normalmente leo.
¿Usted lee?
No, no, yo trabajo en un restaurante.
Y usted, ¿qué hace? ¿Trabaja, estudia?
Estudio en la biblioteca.
¿Y usted, señora, qué hace por las tardes?
Veo la televisión.
¿Y Juan? ¿Qué hace Juan por las tardes?
Juan escribe, escribe novelas.
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Using the following two lists, match each numbered item with the correct letter.

  1. Paseo, paseo por el parque.

  2. Yo leo, normalmente leo.

  3. Trabajo en un restaurante.

  4. Estudio, estudio en la biblioteca.

  5. Veo la televisión.

  6. Juan escribe, escribe novelas en el ordenador

  • a.

  • b.

  • c.

  • d.

  • e.

  • f.

The correct answers are:
  • 1 = b
  • 2 = f
  • 3 = d
  • 4 = a
  • 5 = c
  • 6 = e

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