Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, Volume 2

By Diana Isaza, Patricia Gómez

Reproducible thematic classes and actions in English and Spanish, in line with Bilingual Songs English-Spanish vol. 2, that educate genders, counting to 30, counting by means of tens, shapes, sizes, feelings, locations in the neighborhood, opposites and measuring units. This source additionally comprises classes and workouts on ser, estar, conocer and saber. classes are more desirable with an creation to Hispanic landmarks, humans, carnivals and extra! sixty four pages. newbie point.

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El abuelo está enojado. / Grandpa is disillusioned. b. David está feliz. / David is excited now. d. l. a. carne está salada. / the beef is salty. four. Pedro está enfermo. / Pedro is unwell. five. Gloria está cansada. / Gloria is drained. forty eight Bilingual teenagers: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 11. ser and / y estar identify / Nombre job 1 / Actividad 1 Fill within the blanks with the right kind kind of the verbs ser and estar. Llena los espacios con l. a. forma correcta de los verbos ser y estar. 1) a. Juan ___ es mexicano. b. Joe _____ ____ Canadá. c. Ellos _________ amigos. 2) a. Pedro _____ bajo. b. Ana ______ alta. c. Ellos ________ enamorados. three) a. El Dr. Flórez ______ en el clinic. b. Andrea ________ enferma. four) a. Hoy _______ el three de diciembre. b. _______ las ocho de los angeles mañana. Bilingual children: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing forty nine 11. ser and / y estar identify / Nombre Actividad 2 / job 2 learn the descriptions lower than and label the images via letter. ie. a, b, c. Lee las descripciones y escribe en cada imagen l. a. letra correspondiente. a. Ellos son reyes. Ellos son ancianos. they're King and Queen. they're aged. b. Él es de Brasil. Él es futbolista. Él está pateando el balón. he's from Brazil. he's a soccer participant. he's kicking the ball. c. Él es un personaje de caricaturas. Él es muy travieso. Él está sonriendo. he's a caricature personality. he's very naughty. he's smiling. d. Ella es cantante. Ella es colombiana. Ella es rubia. She is a singer. She is Colombian. She is blond. e. Él es un personaje de las tiras cómicas. Él es poderoso. he's a personality within the comics. he's strong. f. Ella es una niña. Ella es joven. Ella está caminando. She is a bit woman. She is younger. She is strolling. 50 Bilingual little ones: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 12. conocer and / y saber l. a. G ES IN UA FO RM NG AT IO N TS OR SP ¡hola! hi! bonjour! S LL I okay S Let’s Conjugate It! / ¡Conjuguémoslo! i do know you recognize he understands she is aware we all know you recognize they understand Bilingual young ones: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 yo sé tú sabes / usted sabe él sabe ella sabe nosotros sabemos ustedes saben / vosotros sabéis ellos saben © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing fifty one 12. conocer and / y saber someone a spot CONOCER an artist, paintings Let’s Conjugate It! / ¡Conjuguémoslo! i do know you recognize he is familiar with she is familiar with we all know you recognize they recognize fifty two yo conozco tú conoces / usted conoce él conoce ella conoce nosotros conocemos ustedes conocen / vosotros conocéis ellos conocen Bilingual little ones: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 12. conocer and / y saber identify / Nombre task 1 / job 1 a. locate and circle the phrases that aren't a kind of saber or conocer. Encierra las palabras que no son una forma de los verbos saber o conocer. sabes conozco sabe suben comeréis subo conoce sabemos b. Use the verbs lower than (yo sé and yo conozco) and write the variety of the pictures within the right column. Utiliza los verbos siguientes (yo sé y yo conozco) y escribe el número de las imágenes en l. a. columna correcta. 1. Yo sé...

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