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Discussing Daily Activities in Spanish - Chapter Summary
Our engaging chapter outlines how to speak in Spanish about daily activities, including chores, personal hygiene and errands. You can access our mobile-friendly and flexible learning tools on any mobile device or computer, 24 hours a day, for convenient study. Before moving on to the next lesson, take the multiple-choice quiz to ensure you've understood what you just learned. Our professional instructors are available to help you if you're struggling with any of the chapter concepts. These lessons are designed to help you do the following:
- Use Spanish to talk about chores, errands and personal hygiene
- Discuss daily activities in Spanish
- Correctly use relative pronouns in Spanish
- Practice your Spanish by listening to conversations about chores
1. Spanish Vocabulary: Basic Terms for Chores & Errands
Dusting the furniture, taking out the trash, making the bed - these are just some of the many dreaded household chores. In this lesson, we will look at some of the basic vocabulary terms to describe chores and errands in Spanish.
2. Spanish Vocabulary for Personal Hygiene Activities
It's time to get up and prepare for the day! Let's learn some words for 'la higiene personal', or personal hygiene. This lesson will give you useful words and phrases for your morning routine and several examples of how to use the new vocabulary, including some practice with reflexive verbs.
3. Spanish Vocabulary for Daily Activities
In this Spanish lesson, you will learn how to talk about your daily routine and schedule. We will look at different verbs and activities and learn how to use them in context through plenty of examples.
4. Spanish Relative Pronouns
Using relative pronouns is an easy way to add descriptions to what you say and write. This lesson will teach you the different relative pronouns in Spanish, how to choose the correct form, and how to use each of them in a sentence.
5. Spanish Practice Activity: Reading and Listening to Conversations About Chores
In this lesson, we will read and listen to two conversations to practice vocabulary words related to chores and errands in Spanish, which will help improve your listening and reading skills. We will also see a variety of commands, including formal and informal commands.
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