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Los días de la semana ( Days of the week)

Los días de la semana ( Days of the week)

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1. Present vocabulary.

2. Write your vocabulary for los días de la semana as well as meanings and culture in this video.

3. Listen to the videos as many times you need.

4. Memorize vocabulary.

5. Complete worksheets.

6. Study for test.

Source: yo

Tomar notas (take notes)


Take notes!


1. You need to take notes of all the vocabulary and their meanings as well as any  culture taught in the videos.

2. You can stop and rewind anything you need to as many times as you need to. Isn't that great?

3. Also make sure to write down any questions you might have during the videos.

4. Make sure you read the lesson objective and learning targets so you know what I expect from you.

4. Your goal is NOT trying to understand every single word spoken or written in the videos, so don't get frustrated.

Source: other people and myself

Los dias de la semana

Los días de la semana y meses (days of the week and month) song

Source: youtube


Ayer, hoy y mañana

(Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow)

Practice saying and writing the Spanish days of the week with the following exercise.

Based on the day of the week given for either ayer (yesterday), hoy (today), or mañana (tomorrow), find the two missing days and write them in the blanks provided. Follow the model below:

    Model: Hoy es viernes. Mañana es sábado. Ayer fue jueves.


1. Hoy es jueves. Mañana es ________________. Ayer fue ________________.

2. Hoy es martes. Mañana es _____________________. Ayer fue ________________.

3. Hoy es lunes. Mañana es ________________.Ayer fue ________________.

4. Hoy es domingo. Mañana es ________________.Ayer fue________________.

5. Hoy es miércoles. Mañana es ________________.Ayer fue________________.

6. Hoy es sábado. Mañana es ________________.Ayer fue ________________.

7. Hoy es viernes. Mañana es ________________.Ayer fue ________________.


Translate the following sentence:

Hoy es miércoles, ayer fue martes y mañana es jueves.


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