SPANISH GRAMMAR IS FUN!
Students in St. James’ Spanish class continue to expand their vocabulary and learn about Mexican culture. They learned why and how Mexicans celebrate the Day of the Dead and they learned how to ask questions in Spanish, such as how to ask a person what is their favorite color. To do this, they first had to learn words to start a question, such as why, what, when, where, which, who, and how. In addition to learning nouns, students are tackling the most difficult aspect of Spanish: memorizing how to conjugate important irregular verbs, such as “ser” (to be) and “ir” (to go). To consolidate what we learned, we reviewed material from past lessons.