Free Spanish Verbs for Children
As with everywhere else on agreenmouse.com, the focus is upon LISTENING PRACTICE to help children develop their language skills:
This page is intended to gather together all the Spanish resources which focus particularly upon verbs.
For information about the many other free Spanish resources available so far go to Spanish for Children:
1. SER and ESTAR are two Spanish verbs which mean TO BE.
This video aims to give young children a feel of when to use ‘yo soy’ (1st person of SER) as opposed to ‘yo estoy’ (1st person of ESTAR):
2. More ‘SER’ and ‘ESTAR’, still in the present tense, this time including lots of examples of the use of ‘Estar’ before the gerund – e.g. ‘I am sleeping’, ‘You are eating’, He is resting’ etc..:
3. Practice using the imperfect tense: A NEW PUPPY!
Introducing a new puppy with the imperfect tense. Audio in Spanish with English subtitles. Ser, Tener and Ir are highlighted at the end.
Our puppy arrives is a less advanced version of the ‘story’ below in the present tense with audio in English as well as Spanish – useful for those teaching themselves or practising at home.
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