Foldable for Subject Pronouns and AR conjugations

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Foldable for Subject Pronouns and AR conjugations
PART I
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get a green sheet with lines.
side
Fold the green sheet in half leaving the lines inside.
Fold both sides to the middle as windows.
Draw the lines only on the front following the same alignment of the
inside lines.
5. Cut the pictures of the Subject pronouns given
6. Paste the pictures following the 6-quadrant table order taught.
Notice that the bottom row is larger because it has more pronouns.
7. Write the words for the Subject Pronouns under or beside the
pictures. Use a light/fine black/dark marker or pencil to avoid it to
show on the back.
side
Foldable for Subject Pronouns and AR conjugations
PART II
1. Cut out the front windows of your 6-quadrant table
2. Write the ending of AR verbs conjugations behind
o
each quadrant.
3. Conjugate one verb in each of the quadrant of the
as0
inside. Draw a vertical line to make it 6.
4. On the back, list all 17 Regular Verbs ending in AR a
with their English translation:
trabajar
bailar
cantar
estudiar
hablar esquiar
montar en monopatin escuchar pasar tiempo enseñar nadar
montar en bicicleta
dibujar
tocar la guitarra patinar
practicar deportes
usar la computadora
Back of foldable
(folded with 6-quadrant
windows to the other side)
trabajo
amos
trabajamos
trabajas trabajáis
trabaja trabajan
trabajar = to work
bailar = to dance
cantar = to sing
estudiar = to study
hablar = to talk
esquiar = to ski
montar en monopatin
= to skateboard
áis
an
Foldable for Subject Pronouns and AR conjugations
PART II
5. For extra credit, conjugate all 16 verbs inside in
the 6-quadrant table. Instead of one verb
assigned in step 3 you need to conjugate all of
them.
amos
o
trabajo esquio monto
bailo escucho paso
canto enseno nado
estudio dibujo toco
hablo patino practivo
uso
Example of one quadrant
conjugations. The other 5
quadrants should end in
“as, a, amos, áis, or an”
according to the quadrant
they are closer to.
All these verbs end in “o”
because they are closer to
the “yo” form ending in “o”.
áis
as
0
a
an

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