Here is a SIMPLE Spanish conversation activity that challenges students to conjugate Spanish verbs and use them in context with vocabulary.
Cards picked up: escondes (you hide) and los juguetes (the toys)
Question: ¿Escondes los juguetes? (Do you hide the toys?)
Answer: Sí, escondo los juguetes. (Yes, I hide the toys.)
Cards picked up: vives (you live) and el sofá (the sofa)
Question: ¿Vives en el sofá? (Do you live in the sofa?)
Answer: No, no vivo en el sofá. (No, I don't live in the sofa.)
Cards picked up: mirar (to look at) and el espejo (the mirror)
Question: ¿Miras el espejo? (Do you look at the mirror?)
Answer: Sí, miro el espejo. (Yes, I look at the mirror.)
While this seems like a very easy activity, it makes students really think and pushes them to know the meanings of their verbs and vocabulary as well as how to conjugate verbs in the tenses they are studying.
My students always enjoy this activity. I'm sure yours will too!
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