Week 2 Day 2: Adjectives – Exercise 2
Listen to Track 2.2.8
In this track, you’ll hear a woman talking about her family.
Fill in the blanks:
*Note: “Es” means “he/she is,” “soy” means “I am,” and “son” means “they are.” We’ll talk more about this in the next lesson. For now, though, just remember these three little words: Es, Soy, and Son.
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Mi familia es . Tengo (I have) –un hermano y dos hermanas. Mis hermanas son . Mi hermano es .
Mi padre es , y mi madre es baja. Mi hermano es , y yo soy también. Mis hermanas son .
Mi hermano es . Yo soy aburrida.
(My family is big. I have three siblings – one brother and two sisters. My sisters are pretty. My brother is handsome. My dad is tall, and my mom is short. My brother is short, and I am short, too. My sisters are smart. My brother is fun. I am boring.)