PRESENT TENSE - AR VERBS
HEADS AND TAILS
HEADS AND TAILS
If you think the sentence is true, put your hands
on your head. If you think it is false, you put your
han...
1. A verb is a
describing word.
2. An AR verb is a verb
which ends in AR.
3. This is the order we normally say things in:
I
YOU (SINGULAR)
WE
HE/SHE
THEY
YOU (PLURAL)
4. To form the present
tense first we take off just
the ‘R’
5. Then we add these endings:
o
as
a
amos
áis
an
6. ‘I talk’ (hablar) would be
‘habla’
7. ‘We sing’ (cantar) would be ‘cantamos’
8. ‘You (singular) dance’ (bailar) would be
‘bailáis’
9. ‘He arrives’ (llegar) would be ‘llega’
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  • Starter activity: if the statement is true students put their hands on their heads, if it is false they put their hands on their bums
  • Starter activity: if the statement is true students put their hands on their heads, if it is false they put their hands on their bums
  • El presente heads and tails

    1. 1. PRESENT TENSE - AR VERBS HEADS AND TAILS
    2. 2. HEADS AND TAILS If you think the sentence is true, put your hands on your head. If you think it is false, you put your hands on your bums. If you are wrong, you sit down. Last one standing is the winner.
    3. 3. 1. A verb is a describing word.
    4. 4. 2. An AR verb is a verb which ends in AR.
    5. 5. 3. This is the order we normally say things in: I YOU (SINGULAR) WE HE/SHE THEY YOU (PLURAL)
    6. 6. 4. To form the present tense first we take off just the ‘R’
    7. 7. 5. Then we add these endings: o as a amos áis an
    8. 8. 6. ‘I talk’ (hablar) would be ‘habla’
    9. 9. 7. ‘We sing’ (cantar) would be ‘cantamos’
    10. 10. 8. ‘You (singular) dance’ (bailar) would be ‘bailáis’
    11. 11. 9. ‘He arrives’ (llegar) would be ‘llega’

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