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Summer 2 Blog

Year 4

Parts of the body

We have already learnt how to say the parts of the face in Spanish, so today we learnt how to say the parts of the body.

 

 

We practised giving instructions to a partner, telling them to turn, move or lift a certain part of the body.

Gira la cabeza (turn your head)

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Levanta el brazo izquierdo (lift up your left arm)

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Levanta la pierna izquierda (lift up your left leg)

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Today we learnt how to make each part of the body plural and describe them with numbers and colours.  We looked carefully at how the adjective (colour) endings can change according to the gender of each body part, and at the strange word order.  Then we built some sentences.
 

 

Mi alien tiene 3 piernas amarillas. (My alien has 3 yellow legs)

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Mi alien tiene cuatro manos azules. (My alien has 4 blue hands.)

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Mi alien tiene cuatro brazos rosas. (My alien has 4 pink arms.)

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Mi alien tiene dos cabezas moradas. (My alien has 2 purple heads.)

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Today we had to listen to a description of an alien in Spanish and draw and colour what we heard.  We couldn't see the written description until the end.

 

                   

 

                                  

 

 

                                                                                                              

Me duele    or    Me duelen

Today we learnt how to say which part of our body is hurting.  We learnt that the phrase changes slightly depending on whether the body part is singular or plural.

 

Me duele la mano. (My hand is hurting.)

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Me duelen las piernas. (My legs are hurting me.)

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Me duele la cabeza. (My head is hurting.)

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Me duele la espalda. (My back is hurting me.)

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Me duelen los brazos. (My arms are hurting.)

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La Familia

Today we are learning the names of family members in Spanish.

Mum and Dad.

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Daughter and son.

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Grandma and Grandad.

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We played Pairs to practise the names and looked at the patterns in the masculine and feminine names.

       

 

       

        

¿Quién es?    Who is it?

Es mi...            It's my...

Today we practised asking and answering the question, using the family member names we have learnt.

¿Quién es? (Who is it?)

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Today we have been learning how to say plural groups of family members.

 

Brothers and sisters

 

             

 

             

Tengo un hermano. Se llama Andrew. (I've got a brother. He's called Andrew.)

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Tengo una hermana. Se llama Abbie. (I've got a sister. She's called Abbie.)

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Tengo una hermana. Se llama Alice. (I've got a sister. She is called Alice.)

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Tengo dos hermanas. Se llaman... (I've got 2 sisters. They're called...)

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                                       Los helados  - Ice cream

Today we learnt how to ask politely for different flavoured ice cream.  We noticed the words are in a different order.

                                                  

 

We practised a short conversation with a partner, pretending to buy an ice cream.

Hello, what would you like?

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                                Then we had to ask Mrs. Kimmins for the ice cream we would like.

Quisiera un helado de vainilla por favor. I would like a vanilla ice cream please.

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Quisiera un helado de chocolate por favor. I'd like a chocolate ice cream please.

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Quisiera un helado de fresa por favor. I'd like a strawberry ice cream please.

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We learnt some new phrases to give our opinions of the different flavours.

            

Year 6

Today we practised our key questions in Spanish, using the dice.

       

 

Sport

Jugar - to play

We learnt how to ask each other which sport we play, and how to reply with 5 different sports.

 

¿Qué deporte juegas? Which sport do you play?                     Juego al…  I play...

 

¿Qué deporte juegas? Juego al…

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¿Qué deporte juegas? Juego al…

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¿Qué deporte juegas? Juego al…

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¿Qué deporte juegas? Juego al…

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Jugar - to play

Then we looked at the verb jugar more closely, and learnt how to describe the games that other people play using he, she, we and they.

Hacer - to do

Today we looked at sports that we do rather than play, and investigated the Spanish verb hacer.

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We put together (conjugated) the whole of the verb hacer and practised using it for all groups of people.

We tried to memorise each part of the verb.

Hacemos gimnasia. (We do gymnastics.)

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Hace baile. (She does dancing.)

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Hago ciclismo, hacemos judo. (I do cycling, we do judo.)

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Hacemos ciclismo, hago footing. (We do cycling, I do jogging.)

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Expressing opinions about sport

Today we learnt how to give our opinions about sport, using five simple phrases.

                                                                

I love to play tennis because it's exciting.

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I don't like swimming because it's difficult.

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I hate playing tennis because it's boring.

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I love dancing because it's energetic.

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Today is your last Spanish lesson Year 6!  To celebrate we had ice cream and had to ask for the flavours we wanted in Spanish.

 

I would like a vanilla, strawberry and chocolate ice cream please.

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іBuena suerte Clase seis!

Good luck Year 6!

            

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