Lesson 12 - Horario (Schedule)
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Pages in this lesson: Days - Present -er verbs - Dialogue - Reading - Quiz
This page: Practice with the days of the weeks, times and present tense verbs by reading and writing daily schedules.
The following is a list of key vocabulary that you will need to know to understand the lesson. Click on the word to hear the pronunciation.
Read Mateo's daily schedule.
|7:00||descansar||correr||levantar pesas||correr||levantar pesas||correr||descansar|
|9:00||rezar||trabajar||trabajar||trabajar||trabajar||trabajar||limpiar la casa|
|6:30||tocar piano||escuchar música||estudiar||hablar por teléfono||leer un libro||practicar karate||bailar|
Write sentences about what Mateo does on these days and at these times. Write out the time in words in your sentences. Don't forget to use correct capitalization, accents and punctuation, or the computer will mark it as incorrect.
Write more sentences on a piece of paper about what Mateo does at different days and times.
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