Spanish Speaking Paired Activity for Dos Verbos – Using Two Verbs in a Sentence Product Description:
Students practice talking about what they need and want, what they hope to do, can do, and should do. In order to discuss these things, they must master the use of two verbs in a sentence. This activity helps them practice as they ask their partners’ questions and record their answers in the third person.
This Spanish Speaking Paired Activity for Dos Verbos – Using Two Verbs in a Sentence product includes the following resources:
~Student handout on how to use two verbs in a sentence, the conjugations for, “poder,” and, “querer,” and the exceptions
~Paired speaking activity in which students ask and answer questions, recording their partners’ answers using the verbs, “deber, querer, esperar, necesitar, poder,” and, “gustar.”
⇒ USING TWO VERBS IN A SENTENCE IN SPANISH PAIRED ACTIVITY IS INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING MONEY-SAVING BUNDLES:
Spanish One Speaking and Listening Paired and Group Activities
How to Use Two Verbs in a Sentence Lesson Plans and Curriculum
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