Spanish: Simple Past with -er verbs

Curriculum support20 minsFREE

Key takeaways
An understanding of past phrases using simple past with regular verbs ending in -er.
An overview of vocabulary related to daily routine (infinitives).
How to conjugate regular verbs in simple past.
Felix CastrillonHost: Felix is a professional translator and interpreter with a PGCE in secondary education awarded by the University of Manchester. Felix has taught languages for over 20 years and Mathematics for the last 5. He started his career in his native country, Colombia.

Do you know what these common -er verbs mean: comer, beber, correr, vender? In this class, students will be guided through how to use simple past with regular -er verbs and how to conjugate so that students understand past phrases better. Students will also revise vocabulary related to daily routine so they can complete a writing task. This class covers key grammar skills which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies so this class is great for Year 7 and above!

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Suitable for:

Suitable for students in Year 7-8 or S1-S2 studying Spanish or older students needing a recap of how to conjugate verbs.  

Class requirements:
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
What to expect:
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