• Repasar todo el curso, especialmente el presente, el pretérito indefinido y la diferencia de SABER y CONOCER.
    • Reviewing the whole course, specially the presente tense, the past simple and the difference between SABER and CONOCER (to know).

Páginas: Ele book y Libro de Actividades

Libro de actividades, páginas 46, 49  y 50.

Los deberes

–No hay deberes, fue la última clase del curso–

–There’s no homework, it was the last lesson of the course–

Resumen de la clase

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David Muniesa
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¡Hola! My name is David and I’m from Zaragoza, a mid-sized city in North East Spain. I am a Philosophy graduate from the University of Zaragoza, and I have a SIELE Teacher Course Certificate from Instituto Cervantes. I spent some years of my apprenticeship in Oxford and Budapest and became a teacher of Spanish as a second language three years ago, first in my hometown and now in London. In addition to Spanish language and culture, I am passionate about music, cinema, football and literature and I love to connect with my students and make our classes even more in engaging. See you in class! ¡Nos vemos en clase!

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