BEGINNERS 2 COURSE, 2017, CLASS 7


We began by revising words and expressions connected to shopping for clothes.
Probar – to try on
El probador – the changing room
Me queda bien – it fits well
Le queda bien – it fits you well.
la talla grande - large size
la talla mediana - medium
la talla pequeña - small

We then talked about hobbies
Pasatiempos – leisure time
En mi tiempo libre me gusta… – in my free time I like…
Aprender – to learn
Jugar al golf – to play golf
Dormir – To sleep
Cantar – To sing
Comer – to eat
Bailar – to dance
Leer – to read
Nadar – to swim
Pasear por el campo – To take strolls
Escuchar música – To listen to the music
Ver la tele – To watch TV
Ir de compras – to go shopping
Ir de copas – To go for a drink
Ir de cañas – To go for a beer (small size, normally before lunch)
Ir al cine – to go to the cinema
Tocar un instrumento – To play an instrument
Viajar – to travel
Correr – to run
Cocinar – to cook
Montar en caballo – to ride a horse
Montar en bici – to ride a bike

In pairs we talked about our hobbies.
A John le gusta ir al cine – John likes going to the cinema
A María no le gusta ver la tele – María doesn’t like watch TV
A mí no me gusta ir de compras – I don’t like going shopping
A tí te gusta cantar – You like singing

We did a listening exercise.
A Rosa le gusta…- Rosa likes…
La música – The music
Leer – to read
Las novelas españolas – The Spanish novels
El ciclismo - Cycling
A Rosa le gusta estar con su familia – She likes being with her family
A Rosa le gusta salir al parque con sus hijas – She likes going to the park with her friends
A rosa le gustan los restaurantes – She likes restaurants
También le gusta el teatro – She likes going to the theatre too.

A Rosa no le gustan los deportes – Rosa doesn’t like sports
A Rosa no le gusta mucho el cine – Rosa doesn’t like going to the cinema much.



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