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ILLO 0.4 Estudiar en español en Colombia

Trabaja con un@ compañero@ y practica tu español en estas situaciones sociales. You need to use the vocabulary and structures you have learned so far. Change roles and partners after practicing each situation once.

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Attribution: Edificio de Bellas Artes - Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sede Bogotá. By nicolasgalindo, licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Conversación 1

Estudiante 1. You’re studying Spanish in Colombia, and you meet another student at a party.

  • Greet your classmate.
  • Tell your classmate your name, where you are from, and that you are a student. Ask about his/her name and where he/she is from.
  • Answer your classmate’s question.
  • Tell your classmate about your life at the university. Include information about classes, activities at the university, and weekend activities.
  • Listen as your classmate tells you about his/her activities.

Ask questions and share as much information as possible.

Estudiante 2. You’re studying Spanish in Colombia, and you meet another student at a party.

  • Greet your classmate.
  • Answer your classmate’s questions.
  • Ask where he/she studies.
  • Tell your classmate about your life at the university. Include information about classes, activities at the university, and weekend activities.
  • Listen as your classmate tells you about his/her activities.

Ask questions and share as much information as possible.

Conversación 2

You are studying in Colombia. Your partner and you have to prepare a report about your families for your Spanish class. Talk about the members of each family:

  • Talk about their personality, personal appearance, and age.
  • Say where they are from.
  • Mention where they live.
  • Describe what they like to do (favorite activities, hobbies, etc.).
  • Ask what they do for a living.

Compare your information, and say if your families are similar and explain why/why not.

Now it’s time to summarize everything we have learned in this module. Let’s go to