¡Hola! This time, we are sharing a nice worksheet to help you practice the key vocabulary to talk about daily routines in Spanish. This PDF worksheet consists of three basic dialogues that could be very helpful to understand how people talk about their daily activities in the language.
Students could work individually or in pairs to solve the exercises in this worksheet.
Print the worksheet and hand each student a copy. This worksheet contains three short dialogues or conversation excerpts using the vocabulary for daily activities, besides several sentences and questions with reflexive verbs. Students are given the options to fill in the gaps on top of each dialogue, which means that they only need to write down the words in the blank so that the dialogue makes sense.
Information about this Spanish Worksheet
- Asking and Telling Time in Spanish: rules, examples & quiz
- Sentences with Daily Routine Activities in Spanish
- La Rutina – Describing your Daily Routine in Spanish
Role play activity:
First, students work in pairs to highlight or underline all the reflexive and non-reflexive verbs in the PDF worksheet, e.g. “me levanto” (I get up) and “desayuno” (I eat breakfast). After that, they create a short dialogue similar to the ones on this material. Their dialogue should contain at least 6 lines (3 questions & 3 answers) and make use of a few reflexive verbs (conjugated properly) to make it a bit challenging. They should ask one another the questions in their dialogue in front of the class and get feedback from their teacher.