Spanish Language Game: The City - 8 Words



Quick Spanish Language Game: The City (8 Words)

Level: Beginner (A1)
Playing Time: 4 minutes

Play this fun vocabulary game to learn 8 city-related words, to practice your Spanish pronunciation, and to get the right article - "el" or "la" into your brain. Remember to say the Spanish OUT LOUD.

Vocabulary

  • la ciudad - the city
  • la torre - the tower
  • la fuente - the fountain
  • la calle - the street
  • el río - the river
  • el piso - the apartment
  • el edificio - the building
  • el parque - the park

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Spanish Language Game: Months of the Year



Quick Spanish Language Game: Months of the Year.

Level: Beginner (A1)
Playing Time: 3 minutes

A fun interactive language game to learn and practice Spanish months of the year.
English speakers can mostly recognize the names of the Spanish months, but pronouncing and spelling them takes a little practice.
Note: the months are not capitalized in Spnish, and they are all masculine.

Months of the Year

• enero - January
• febrero - February 
• marzo- March
• abril - April
• mayo - May
• junio - June
• julio - July
• agosto - August
• septiembre - September
• octubre - October
• noviembre - November
• diciembre - December

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Spanish Language Game: Estar - Present Tense




Quick Spanish Language Game
: estar (to be) - present tense
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play:
4 minutes

Play this fun interactive Spanish language game online, to learn and practice the present tense of the Spanish verb "estar".
You'll practice the personal verb forms, then put together easy sentences with them.
The sentences illustrate 3 basic uses of the verb "estar" (see below).
Note that personal 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, then drop them in some of the sentences.

Present Tense of the Verb "estar"

• yo estoy - I am
• tú estás - you are (sing. familiar)
• él, ella está - he, she is
• Usted está - you are (formal)
• nosotros/as estamos - we are
• vosotros/as estáis - you (pl.) are [Spain]
• Ustedes están - you (pl.) are [Latin America]
• ellos/as están - they are

3 Basic Uses of "estar":

1. to express a condition or state
¿Estás cansado? (Are you tired? [familiar])
• ¿Está seguro? (Are you sure? [formal))

2. to indicate a location
• No está aquí. (He isn't here.)
• ¿Dónde estáis? (Where are you-all? [Spain])
• ¿Ustedes están en casa? (Are you-all at home? [Latin America])
• Estamos en España. (We're in Spain.)

3. to form the progressive tense
• Estoy buscando ... (I'm looking for ...)
• Ellos están caminando. (They're walking.)

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Spanish Language Game: Poder - Present Tense



Quick Spanish Language Game: poder (can, to be able) - present tense
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play:
4 minutes

Learn and practice the present tense of the Spanish verb for "can, to be able" with a quick and fun interactive game.
Note that in the present tense, the verb "poder" is irregular: Its stem changes from o --> ue in all forms except nosotros/nosotras, and vosotros [used in Spain].

(Image credit: Kamila Maciejewska on Unsplash)
With Shootout, you'll practice the personal verb forms.  With Word Invader, you'll make easy sentences with each of the forms.
Note: Pronouns (yo, tú, él, etc.) are often dropped in Spanish, unless you need them for clarity or emphasis.
We'll first include the pronouns for practice. In the sentences you'll notice that some of them are naturally dropped.

Present Tense of the Irregular Verb "poder"

• yo puedo - I can
• tú puedes - you can (familiar)
• él, ella puede - he, she can
• Usted puede - you can (formal)
• nosotros/as podemos - we can
• vosotros/as podéis - you (pl) can [Spain]
• Ustedes pueden - you (pl) can [Latin America]
• ellos/as pueden - they can

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Spanish Language Game: Tener - Present Tense




Quick Spanish Language Game
: tener (to have) - present tense
Level: Elementary (A2)
Time to Play:
5 minutes


Learn and practice the present tense of the irregular Spanish verb for "to have" with this fun interactive game. (Image credit: Kamila Maciejewska 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 them, then drop them in the sentences.

Present Tense of the Irregular Verb "tener"

• yo tengo - I have
• tú tienes - you have (familiar)
• él, ella tiene - he, she has
• Usted tiene - you have (formal)
• nosotros/as tenemos - we have
• vosotros/as tenéis - you (pl) have [Spain]
• ellos/as tienen - they have
• Ustedes tienen - you (pl) have [Latin America]

More than a Spanish Language Game

If you like our various Spanish games, you can practice Spanish - also 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.

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