Yesterday we had a Spanish tapas bar in the hall. Everyone had a chance to be a customer
(cliente) and a waiter (camarero/a) or a kitchen hand ( mozo de cocina).
¡Qué aproveche! Enjoy your meal!
This half term we are learning how to order some snacks in a cafe.
Look at our videos below.
In Year 6 we have been learning some new phrases to say how we feel.
All the phrases use the verb tener- to have.
However, in these phrases tengo means I am in English.
Tengo hambre- I am hungry
Tengo sed- I am thirsty
Tengo calor- I am hot
Tengo frío – I am cold
Tengo sueño_ I am tired
Tengo suerte- I am lucky
We have conjugated the verb tener, so now we can say that we are all hungry! Tenemos hambre….
Tener- To have
Yo Tengo I have
Tú Tienes You have
Él/ella /Usted Tiene He/she has /You(VIP)have
Nosotros Tenemos We have
Vosotros Tenéis You (lot) have
Ellos/ellas/ Ustedes Tienen They have/You (VIPs) (plural) have
Verb Flowers in our Spanish Verb Garden
We have been making beautiful verb flowers to help us conjugate regular -ar verbs in Spanish.Watch this space for some photos of our flowers. We will be adding more verbs soon!
This year we will be using more Spanish in the classroom.
¿Cómo se dice…….en español?
¿Cómo se dice…….en inglés?
We have started to look at the grammar of VERBS in Spanish.
We looked at English subject pronouns ( WHO is doing the verb).
Then we learned the Spanish subject pronouns.
Did you know there are 5 ways to say you in Spanish?
Look at our pronoun photo shoot!