Conjugarte: Spanish Future Tense+ (Women Artists)
Practice Spanish future tense conjugation (plus conditional and perfect tenses) and recreate art from Spanish & Latin American women artists at the same time!
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Contents: Conjugarte: Spanish Future Tense+
Members gain access to the following activities:
Spanish Future Tense
1. Future: Regular
2. Future: Regular
3. Future: Irregular
4. Future: Irregular
Spanish Conditional Tense
5. Conditional: Regular
6. Conditional: Regular
7. Conditional: Irregular
8. Conditional: Irregular
Spanish Present Perfect Tense
9. Present Perfect: Regular -ar
10. Present Perfect: Regular -er & -ir
11. Present Perfect: Irregular
12. Present Perfect: Irregular
13. Present Perfect: Irregular
14. Present Perfect: Accent
15. Present Perfect: Double Participles
Spanish Past Perfect Tense
16. Past Perfect: Regular -ar
17. Past Perfect: Regular -er & -ir
18. Past Perfect: Irregular
19. Past Perfect: Irregular
Spanish Future Perfect Tense
20. Future Perfect: Regular
21. Future Perfect: Irregular
Spanish Conditional Perfect Tense
22. Conditional Perfect: Regular
23. Conditional Perfect: Irregular
24. Answers: 1-8
25. Answers: 9-16
26. Answers: 17-23
Spanish Future Tense Plus Lots More
The + in the title is a pretty big plus! :) In addition to the Spanish future tense, this special edition Conjugarte also contains conditional, present perfect, past perfect, future perfect and conditional perfect.
The biggest plus of all for us is the special focus on Spanish and Latin American women artists, featuring Frida Kahlo, Remedios Varo, Ángeles Santos, Olga Blinder, Leonora Carrington, Maruja Mallo, Petrona Viera, Olga Costa, Tilsa Tsuchiya, Leonor Fini, Rosa Rolanda, Juana Lecaros, Isabel Villaseñor, Clara Ledesma, Norah Borges, Belkis Ayón, Lilí del Mónico, Margarita Bertheau, Débora Arango, Julia Codesido, Julia Díaz, Delhy Tejero and Amelia Peláez!
What is Conjugarte?
When I was little I used to love to draw using these grid art worksheets in which little by little, square by square, a picture is revealed! We’ve combined that idea with verb conjugation! To do so, we’ve replaced the letter-number grid system (A-1) with a verb-subject grid (hablar, yo).
See Conjugarte In Action
Watch the video below to see how to complete a Conjugarte activity! The example in the video can be found in Conjugarte: Spanish Present Tense.