Students practice the Spanish verbs gustar and encantar with infinitives and singular and plural nouns and the indirect object pronouns to talk about what they like and don’t like. There are three versions of the activities: no-prep, self-grading, editable, interactive Google Forms activities with fun visuals, Google Slides digital version and a printable version. They can be used as digital assessments, digital worksheets, or practice activities and can be used in Google Drive or Google Classroom.
SPANISH GUSTAR VERBS DIGITAL AND PRINTABLE TESTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
- Autocorrecting, editable, multiple-choice and short-answer Google Forms Activities for LOS VERBOS GUSTAR Y ENCANTAR: 21 illustrated questions. Photographs aid in comprehension of the questions.
✨Multiple-choice questions in which students choose the best answer to the question according to the pictures. Students must know how to use the verbs GUSTAR and ENCANTAR with the indirect pronouns, “me, te, le, les, nos,” the infinitive, and singular and plural nouns, and the definite article (¿Qué te gusta hacer? Me gusta leer. / ¿Te gustan las cebollas? Sí, me gustan.)
✨Los objetos indirectos: Short-answer questions in which students complete the sentences by writing the correct indirect object pronoun (me, te, le, les o nos) and the correct conjugation of the verb GUSTAR (A mí ME GUSTA Jennifer Lawrence.)
Students are instructed to write answers in lower-case letters to avoid confusion.
✨¿Cómo se dice?: Multiple choice questions in which students choose the correct Spanish translation (¿Cómo se dice, “We love tacos”?)
- Printable version in which students answer questions in complete sentences about what they like, love and dislike, translate sentences from English to Spanish, complete sentences using “me, te, le, les, nos” and the verb “gustar,” and complete the dialogue by choosing from a word bank
- Digital version of above test
Vocabulary includes some of the following:
All conjugations of the verbs GUSTAR and ENCANTAR, leer, cocinar, también, tampoco, ¿De veras?, a mí, a ti, me, te, le, les, nos
- Student Handout with charts that explain the order of words in a sentence using the verb GUSTAR, comparison of the singular and plural nouns with the verbs GUSTAR and ENCANTAR, the use of the definite article in sentences with gustar, gustar + sustantivo vs. gustar + infinitivo, related vocabulary
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