By Diana Isaza, Patricia Gómez
Reproducible black-line thematic classes and workouts in Spanish, according to Bilingual Songs English-Spanish vol. four, educate pronouns, gender exceptions, the adverse type of estar, double digit numbers, adverbs of frequency, query phrases, comparative and superlative adjectives, punctuation and masses extra! classes are improved with info on Hispanic tradition. sixty four pages. newbie point.
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Extra resources for Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, Volume 4
This dress is ________________ Este vestido es ______________ _____________ the flowery skirt. _________________ ___________ la falda floreada. Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, vol. 4 © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 10. COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES ADJETIVOS COMPARATIVOS Name / Nombre Activity 2 / Actividad 2 Compare your best friend’s toy car with yours. Make your own sentences in English and Spanish. Follow the example. Compara el auto de juguete de tu mejor amigo con el tuyo. Escribe tus propias oraciones en inglés y en español.
QUESTION AND EXCLAMATION MARKS SIGNOS DE INTERROGACIÓN Y ADMIRACIÓN Practice reading this story aloud. Make sure to change the inflection of your voice to reflect the periods, question marks and exclamation marks. Practica leyendo en voz alta esta historia. Asegúrate de hacer los cambios en la voz en los puntos, los signos de interrogación y admiración. Miguel iba en su bicicleta para el colegio. Cuando ya casi llegaba, se dio cuenta que había olvidado su almuerzo en casa. Rápidamente, se devolvió corriendo.
Uncountable nouns are things that we cannot count: aire, arena, hielo, agua etc. They do not have a plural form. You cannot use un / una / unos / unas before an uncountable noun. Instead, you can use a measurement to make it countable. cuánto A piece of... / Un pedazo de... wood / madera fabric / tela meat / carne How much money do you have? ¿Cuánto dinero tienes? How much cheese do I add? ¿Cuánto queso agrego? A cup of... / Una taza de... water / agua coffee / café milk / leche cuánta How much water does he drink?
Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, Volume 4 by Diana Isaza, Patricia Gómez