Complete each sentence by writing the correct form of the adjective in parentheses. Fourth, modify the completion of each adjective so that it corresponds to the noun in both gender (male or female) and number (singular or plural). 3. Video – Spanish adjective agreement with people – A quick and simple video that explains that Spanish adjectives change according to the number and sex of names. 1. Lesson Plan – adjective chord and verbs LLEVAR, VESTIR, PONER – clothes, colors, awards [MEMBERS] – First, students learn the names of a significant number of colors and clothing through two videos. Later, they watch a third video in three parts: with the first part, they practice and expand their vocabulary on clothing; Then, with the second, they complete a table on the adjective agreement with the substantives. Then they discover the verbs vestirse, ponerse and llevar. Finally, in the third part of the last video, students learn to ask for prizes and answer and practice both vocabulary and adjective agreement by describing which models wear and what prices the clothes charge.
6. Manual – simple verification of the Spanish adjective agreement – a one-page handout that summarizes the grammatical structure of the adjective agreement. 5. Presentation – adjective form, position and arrangement – This presentation not only explains all the basic adjectives, but also contains the exceptions. 4. Presentation – Adjective Agreement – Great presentation that explains adjectives, where they are placed in a sentence and how they correspond to the nouns. Noun/ Adjective Agreement – A useful document on noun and adjective agreements in Spanish In general, adjectives in Spanish follow this pattern. Please note: there are adjectives (Inteligente, Trabajador, etc.) that do not follow this pattern: your exercise score is lost. To save it, tap NO, then click Record Score Remember – the NOUN is the boss – the adjectives always match the no bite in sex and number. 2.
Lesson Plan – adjective agreement, SER vs. ESTAR – Physical and personal characteristics [GROUPs] – By reviewing educational videos on a website, students check the use of ser-estar and their conjugations in the present. They learn common vocabulary words that describe physical and personality traits, and check the rules of adjective chords. They apply all this knowledge through a guided teaching exercise and an oral presentation of fashion criticism.