Get up close and master Spanish past-tense verbs As you study Spanish you may view past-tense verbs as obstacles to your full understanding of the language. Learning past-tense verbs can be one of the most frustrating aspects of studying Spanish grammar, but it is also one of the most important for being understood and following what others say. By adding Spanish past-tense verbs to your range of language skills, you will open up a whole new world of communication. With plenty of opportunities for practice, practice, practice, Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Past-Tense Verbs Up Close helps you better understand the nuances of this tricky grammar element and develop your skills and confidence as a Spanish speaker with: Easy-to-absorb explanatory materials, examples, and exercises Authoritative guidance on the different verb forms and when to use them A comprehensive answer key that not only gives you the correct solutions to the exercises but explains the why behind them
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This book presents an extended analysis of the development of L2 Spanish past tense morphology among L1 English-speaking learners. The study addresses three major questions: (1) what is the developmental pattern of acquisition of past tense verbal morphology among tutored learners? (2) what are the relevant factors that may account for the particular distribution of morphological endings (especially at the beginning stages)?, and (3) how does instruction affect the movement from one stage to the next? The analysis provides a reassessment of the general claim of Andersen’s lexical aspect hypothesis and proposes minor changes that may render the hypothesis more appropriate for, especially, L2 classroom learning. The study includes an overview of theoretical positions on the notion of lexical versus grammatical aspect, and a comparison of the findings from previous empirical studies on the development of past tense verbal morphology among both classroom and naturalistic learners.
Irregular Simple Past Tense Verbs are engaging and enjoyable ways for children to practice using irregular past tense verbs. These games and activities give students the opportunity to practice language skills in a fun and relaxing setting. As students play these great games they naturally transfer skills they learn in class! Irregular Past Tense Verbs will help your students practice their English through play. This game package includes 6 games and the blackline masters to play them:
Spanish Preterite Past Tense Verbs includes great games to practice the preterite past tense in Spanish. These games and activities give students the oral language practice they need to master the past tense. This game package includes 6 games and the blackline masters to play them:- Gameboard- Game Cards- Word CardsJust copy, cut and play!
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