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Ch 30: Chores in Spanish

About This Chapter

Use these online lessons and quizzes to learn the Spanish words for basic household chores. This chapter also covers the forms for commands and includes a practice activity to boost your skills.

Types of Chores in Spanish - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

This chapter's lessons will show you how to speak in Spanish about household chores and errands and even how to tell others to do them. The lessons include Spanish vocabulary words for basic tasks, such as washing dishes (lavar los platos), taking out the garbage (sacar la basura) and making the bed (hacer la cama). You will learn how to use the formal and informal forms of negative and affirmative commands. An activity that involves a pretend family conversation about chores will give you a chance to practice what you've learned. By the end of this chapter, you should have a grasp of the following:

  • Spanish vocabulary for chores and errands
  • Formal and informal commands in the affirmative
  • Formal and informal commands in the negative
  • An understanding of spoken and written conversations about chores

Video Objective
Spanish Vocabulary: Basic Terms for Chores and Errands Study words for basic chores and errands, such as limpiar, ir de compras and poner la mesa.
Formal and Informal Affirmative Commands in Spanish Learn formal and informal commands in the affirmative.
Formal and Informal Negative Commands in Spanish Take a look at formal and informal commands in the negative.
Spanish Practice Activity: Reading and Listening to Conversations About Chores Read and listen to conversations of parents giving instructions to their children regarding chores.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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