Spanish Languag Game: Tener - Present Tense





Quick Spanish Language Game
: Tener (to have) - Present Tense
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 "ir"

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.


Spanish Language Game: Hola, encantada...



Spanish Language Game: Hola, encantada de conocerte... (Hi, pleased to meet you... ) 
In this quick online game, learn and practice 15 Spanish words and phrases with a mini-story.
1. Identify key phrases.
2. Hear the mini-story.
3. Build the sentences with Word Invaders.
4. Test yourself with Flashcards.
5. Listen to the story again without translating.

Always say the Spanish OUT LOUD. Click on the sentences to hear them again. 

David arrives at the apartment of his friend Daniel, a Spanish friend who lives in Granada. Daniel's girlfriend Rosa opens the door and introductions follow.
When meeting someone new it helps to have a few polite phrases ready in the local language. Not cool to barge in with English right away.

This short episode is also part of our Spanish 1 course, which is a series of brief stories (that we call scenes).
In the 36 scenes of the course you learn and practice 750 useful words. 

(The full Spanish 1 course is available for FREE by registering HERE.)
Practicing with mini-stories is a great way to get more familiar with natural-speed Spanish pronunciation and idiomatic expressions.
Note that in Spanish, personal pronouns (I, he, she, we, etc.) are often dropped unless they are needed for clarity or emphasis.

Words in Spanish Mini-Story Language Game

  • ¡Hola! - Hello! 
  • David encuentra - David finds
  • la calle Reyes Católicos - the Catholic Kings street
  • treinta y cuatro - 34
  • Rosa le abre la puerta. - Rosa opens (him) the door.
  • Encantada de conocerte - Pleased(f) to meet you [familiar]
  • por fin - at last
  • Es un placer - It's a pleasure
  • el piso - the apartment [Spain]
  • David entra en el piso. - David comes into the apartment.
  • Ve a otra mujer joven. - He sees another young woman.
  • mi hermana - my sister
  • está de visita - she's visiting
  • Ana, este es David - Ana, this is David
  • un amigo de Daniel - a friend of Daniel's

Please share us with your friends who also want to learn Spanish, or Italian, German, or French.

More than a Spanish Language Game

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.


Spanish Language Game: Un billete por favor



Spanish Language Game "Un billete por favor" (One ticket please) 
Play this quick online Spanish game and learn and practice 12 Spanish words and phrases in the form of a mini-story.
At the train station in Barcelona, David buys at train ticket to Granada. 
This brief episode is also part of our Spanish 1 course, which is made up of mini-stories that tell of David's travels in Spain.
In the Spanish 1 course you learn and practice 750 basic words. (The full course is available for FREE by registering HERE.)
Improve your pronunciation by always saying the Spanish OUT LOUD after the speaker.
Click on the Spanish sentences to hear them again.
You'll hear the story at the beginning, and then again at the end. As much as you can, try to understand the Spanish without translating.
Once you're outside of the big cities in Spain, it's very useful to know how to buy a ticket in Spanish. 

Words in Spanish Mini-Story Language Game

  • miércoles - Wednesday
  • la tía - the aunt
  • ella lleva a David - she takes David
  • a la estación de tren - to the train station
  • en la ventanilla de billetes - at the ticket window
  • él dice - he says [decir]
  • un billete de clase turista - a tourist class ticket
  • ¿Ida o ida y vuelta? - One-way or return?
  • sesenta y dos - sixty-two/ 62
  • setenta - seventy/ 70
  • su vuelta - your change (money)
  • de ocho euros - of eight euros 

Please share us with your friends who also want to learn Spanish, or Italian, German, or French.

More than a Spanish Language Game

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.


Jobsite Spanish Game: Can you cut this?



Jobsite Spanish Game "Can you cut this?"
In this quick interactive online game, you'll learn and practice 10 basic words and phrases, and how they are used in a short jobsite conversation between builder and worker.
Note: at a jobsite, you would often use the familiar form of address. 
Seeing the words and phrases, hearing them spoken naturally, and saying them are three different things. 
So, to use Spanish on your job, you have to practice all three skills.
 

  • puedes - you can (familiar)
  • cortar - to cut
  • esto (n) - this
  • cuánto - how much
  • de largo - long, of length
  • que sea - make it (literally: that it be)
  • sesenta y dos y media - sixty-two and a half, 62 1/2
  • pulgadas (f) - inches 
  • por favor - please
  • bueno - OK, fine, good