Spanish Language Game: Hablar - Present Tense

Quick Spanish Language Game
: hablar (to speak) - present tense
Level: Beginner (A1)
Playing time:
4 minutes

Learn and practice the present tense of the regular Spanish verb for "to speak" with this fun interactive game. (Image credit: Christina @ WOCintechchat on Unsplash)
You'll practice the personal verb forms and make easy sentences with them.
Note that pronouns (yo, tú, él, etc.) are often dropped in Spanish, except when they are needed for clarity or emphasis.
In this game, we first include the pronouns in the Word Shoot Game, for the conjugation. We then drop the pronouns in the Word Invader Game, for the short sentences.

Present Tense of "hablar"

• yo hablo - I speak
• tú hablas - you speak (familiar)
• él, ella habla - he, she speaks
• Usted habla - you speak (formal)
• nosotros/as hablamos - we speak (m/f)
• vosotros/as habláis - you speak (pl, m/f) [Spain]
• ellos/as hablan - they speak (m/f)
• Ustedes hablan - you speak (pl) [Latin America]

Vocabulary and Sentences

• demasiado - too, too much (adv)
• bien - well (adv)
• muy - very
• rápido - fast (adv)
• el inglés - English (language)
• el español - Spanish (language)
• Habla muy rápido. - He speaks very fast.
• Hablan español muy bien. - They speak Spanish very well.
• No hablo español. - I don't speak Spanish.
• Habla inglés muy bien. - You speak English very well. (formal)
• No hablamos inglés. - We don't speak English.
• Hablas español demasiado rápido. - You speak Spanish too fast. (familiar)
• ¿Habláis inglés? - Do you speak English? (plural) [Spain]
• ¿Hablan inglés? - Do you speak English? (plural) [Latin America]

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Posted 16:01PM on December 23 2021 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: Spanish