TASK 1 – YOU START
Introduce yourself in Spanish-German-French Start greeting your partner. Then say your name and age, the city you live in, what school you go to and your school year.
Listen to your partner’s questions about your hobbies. And explain what you like to do in your free time. You can expand your answer by describing what else you’d like to do if you had more time or by comparing your current hobbies with the ones you had when you were younger .
Listen to your partner’s question And describe your family You can mention your parents and siblings’ name and age and then describe their appearance and personality. You can expand your answer by explaining what you do together as a family or/and how well you get along. Remember that in Spanish the verb “to have – tener” is used for age instead of the verb “to be – ser”. Remember that in German “sich verstehen mit” und “sich straiten mit” are reflexive verbs Remember that in French the verb “to have – avoir” is used for the age instead of “to be – être”. HINT: mon frère a onze ans.
Listen to your partner’s question. And describe your school. Say whether it is a new or old school and describe the facilities. You can expand your answer by saying what you like most and least about your school and why
Listen to your partner’s question And explain where your school is. Expand your answer by saying how you commute to school and how long it takes you.
Listen to your partner’s question Then say the name of your friends and describe how they are.
TASK 7 – CHALLENGING
Listen to your partner’s question And explain what you have and have not in common with your friends.
Listen to your partner’s question And talk about your primary school’s friends. ES – Remember to conjugate the verbs in imperfect. GE – Remember to use the perfect or imperfect.