Practice with HAY – Negative sentences – 6 (01270)

In this unit you are going to put together negative sentences in Spanish using the verb HAY. All the sentences will be in plural and you will also be using adjectives. Always pronounce aloud.

Now you can practice more with the verb HAY, or with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Practice with adjectives – 7 (01240)

This is one more unit to practice with Spanish adjectives in plural form. Make a constant effort to put together the components and pronounce aloud.

Practice more with adjectives, with HAY, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Practice with adjectives – 6 (01220)

In this exercise you will keep practicing with Spanish adjectives in plural. It is important to go over all these exercises in order to interiorize the Spanish structure noun + adjective. Remember to pronounce aloud.

Now you can practice more with adjectives, or with the verb HAY, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Practice with adjectives – 5 (01210)

In this unit you will practice with Spanish adjectives combined with nouns in plural. Remember that in Spanish the noun goes first. Don’t forget to pronounce aloud.

Now you can practice more with adjectives, or with HAY, os study the verb SER (to be).

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Practice with adjectives – 3 (01140)

In this unit you will practice more with Spanish adjectives combined with nouns in plural. You will also have to use the plural definite article (LOS & LAS).

Now you can practice more with adjectives, or with THERE IS & THERE ARE, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Practice with HAY – There are – 2 (01070)

This is another unit to practice with the Spanish verb HAY with examples in the plural. The equivalent in English is THERE ARE.


Now you can practice more with HAY or study the adjectives in Spanish.

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Practice with LOS & LAS – 6 (00851)

In this exercise you will have to use the plural definite article (LOS & LAS) together with the Saxon Genitive, which is the most common way to express possession in English. Remember that in Spanish we use the preposition DE instead. Pronounce aloud.

Now you can practice more with the plural definite article or study the indefinite article in Spanish.

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