Spanish Language Game: IR - Present Tense




Quick Spanish Language Game
: "ir" - Present Tense
Play this interactive online game to learn and practice the present tense of this often used irregular Spanish verb for "to go".
Learn the individual present tense verb forms and then put them into the context of short and easy sentences. You'll also practice how to use "al" and "a la" - both meaning "to the".
Before you tackle the other tenses you want to be sure have the present tense well memorized!
Note: pronouns (yo, tú, él, etc.) are often dropped in Spanish, except when they are needed for clarity or emphasis.
In this game, however, we include them.

Present Tense of the Irregular Verb "ir"

yo voy - I go
tú vas - you go (familiar)
él, ella va - he, she goes
usted va - you go (formal)
nosotros/as vamos - we go
vosotros/as vais - you (pl) go [Spain]
ellos/as van - they go
ustedes van - you (pl) go [Latin America]

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Spanish Language Game: Opposite Words



Quick Spanish Language Game: Opposite Words
Look at the list below, then play this quick online game to test yourself.
With this game, you learn 12 common Spanish words and identify their opposites. 

Words in Spanish Language Game

primera - última [first - last (f)]
largo - corto [long - short (m)]
joven - viejo [young - old (m)]
fácil - difícil  [easy - hard]
barato - caro [cheap - expensive (m)]
bueno - malo [good - bad (m)]
abrir - cerrar [to open - to close]
buscar - encontrar [to look for - to find]
continuar - terminar [to continue - to end]
llegar - depart [to arrive - to depart]
preguntar - contestar [to ask - to answer]
comprar - vender [to buy - to sell]

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If you like our Spanish games, you can practice Spanish - online and completely for Free - with our 36-Scene story "David en España" by just logging in, or registering HERE.
You can find more resources for learning and practicing Spanish on FREELANGUAGE.ORG.
Our FREE Spanish 1 course will let you learn and practice Spanish playfully - with a travel-story of a young man in Spain and easy games.


French Language Game: aller-retour



Quick French language Game: "aller-retour" - return ticket.
Play 14 French words and phrases as part of a practical mini-story. 
Learn and practice buying a train ticket in French.
If you travel around France with friends or on your own, it'll come in very useful.
And, go practice some French numbers when you have the time.
Starting with 70, it gets a little complicated.Say the French OUT LOUD, always! Doing so is great for your pronunciation and memory.
Our games work especially well for mid to high Beginners who want to learn and review conversational French. 

Words and phrases in French Language Game

  • elle accompagne - she accompanies [accompagner]
  • à la gare - to the station 
  • au guichet - at the ticket window
  • il dit - he says [dire]
  • un billet - one ticket
  • seconde classe - second class
  • pour Aix-en-Provence - to Aix-en-Provence
  • aller simple - one-way [ticket]
  • aller-retour - return [ticket]
  • ça fait - that's/that makes [faire]
  • soixante-quinze - seventy-five/75
  • en TGV - by TGV [high speed train]
  • voilà - here's/here are
  • quatre-vingts - eighty/80 

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In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts.
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"The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you are actually learning French!
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German Language Game: ein eine einen



German Quick Language Game: "ein eine einen" - When do you use which?  
With this short interactive game, you'll learn and practice easy sentences using the indefinite article "a" (ein, eine, or einen) with a direct-object noun.
Remember to always say the German out loud. It'll help you remember and sharpen your pronunciation. 

Words and Sentences in German Language Game

  • das Handy  - the cell phone
  • die Zeitung - the newspaper
  • der Schlüssel - they key
  • der Bruder - the brother
  • Hast du ein Handy? - Do you have a cell phone?
  • Nein, ich habe kein Handy. - No, I don't have a cell phone.
  • Haben sie einen Schlüssel? - Do they have a key?
  • Nein, sie haben keinen Schlüssel. - No, they don't have a key.
  • Du hast keinen Bruder? - You don't have a brother. (familiar)
  • Doch, ich habe einen Bruder. - Yes I do, I have a brother.
  • Haben Sie eine Zeitung? - Do you have a newspaper? (formal)
  • Ja, ich habe eine.  - Yes, I have one. (i.e. newspaper)

If you want to review and practice the present tense of "haben" (to have), there's a game for that.

  • haben - to have
  • ich habe - I have
  • du hast - you have (familiar)
  • er/sie/es hat - he/she/it has
  • wir haben - we have
  • ihr habt - you-all have
  • sie/Sie haben - they/you (formal) have

Note the form of "ein" with masculine nouns (eg. der Schlüssel, der Bruder): Das ist ein Schlüssel. (That's a key.), Ich habe einen Schlüssel. (I have a key.)
You use "kein keine keinen" for the negative of "ein eine keinen". (You don't use "nicht ein" here.)
To answer "Yes I do" in response to a negative question ("You don't ...?"), you use "doch" in German.
Don't memorize any of this.
Just pay attention when listening to German or reading.
These are typical language patterns that will become automatic with time.
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Italian Language Story: Il viaggio di Marco 3



Italian Language Story: In the Third part of Marco's trip to Italy (Il viaggio di Marco 3 - Viaggio in treno), he spends a few more days in Pisa and then takes the train to Florence to visit a friend.
Listen to Part 3 of Marco's journey in Italian. It contains 135 basic words and phrases, all in context.
Play the story a couple of times. To practice your pronunciation, repeat each sentence aloud after the speaker. By playing the story over again, you'll learn to listen without translating.

8 Key Verbs in Travel Story: Il viaggio di Marco 3

  • pagare - to pay
  • dire - to say
  • prendere - to take
  • partire - leave
  • cambiare - to change
  • trovare - to find
  • leggere - to read
  • arrivare - to arrive

You can see the English translation on a desk- or laptop (but not on a phone or tablet).
To practice the individual words and phrases of the story, register or log in and go to Italian 1, Marco in Italia.

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