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Spanish in yr 7 so far By jahnyah durrant
At the start In primary school I was taught mandarin(Chinese) which I found quite challenging at times but enjoyed trying out small phrases whilst in restraints etc. Joining Harris I was introduced to the Spanish language which I find quite easy and often find myself looking on products and ingredients for the Spanish translation. I look forward to travelling to a country that speaks Spanish so that I will have an opportunity to speak with someone who understands me.
Introducing myself With practise I was able to introduce myself with simple words. The first thing I learnt was llamo(hello). The next step for me was to learn other basic words: Me llamo( my name is) Como to llamas?(what is your name?) Adios!( bye!) Hasta luego!(see you later!) Buenos dias(god morning) Buenos tardes ( good afternoon) Buenos noches (good evening) Vivo en( I live in ) Donde vives ?( where do you live?)
Emotions I found learning the different emotions interesting, as I could use these words in my day-to-day-life. I started telling my mum how I felt in Spanish and she often didn’t know what I was saying but after saying it in Spanish I would translate it into English.
Numbers I learnt numbers one to twenty using YouTube which I found was a great help.
classroom Stationary and subjects was a very fun topic as I could use my daily objects to memorise them. The next step was to use everything I had learnt previously to put these words into a sentence e.g. En mi estuche tengo una regla, una goma, un boligrafo y un lapiz pero no tengo un diccionario.
Actions We tied in what we had learnt about subjects and formed sentences explaining what we do in that subject. We described our teachers for each subject and explained why.