¿Qué oyes? ¿A dónde vas?

8th grade Spanish students have been working hard to tame a few very irregular verbs:

Oír-to hear

Oír-to hear

Ir-to go

Ir-to go

To practice these verbs, students have been learning animal and location vocabulary to talk about where they go and what they hear when they are there. The result has been some truly comedic sentences complete with hearing rats in the library, hearing snakes in office buildings, and hearing cockroaches in the bakery. This week we also started reviewing how to tell the time-so the next step will be putting what time we hear all of these crazy noises and where we hear them.

8th graders also played Art Gallery and Jeopardy to help remember the conjugations of these two verbs. They made drawings and had to both write and speak about what they saw in each drawing.  Here are five of the drawings so that you can practice at home! Keep up the great work 8th grade!

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