Hola, thanks for stopping by. This time, we are sharing a worksheet with very interesting exercises to practice indefinite articles in Spanish, that is, words like “UN, UNA, UNO, UNAS”, the equivalent to A and AN in English. We hope you find it very useful.
Students can work individually or in pairs to solve the exercises on this worksheet.
First, this worksheet includes a list of very important nouns to talk about travel plans in Spanish such as “passport, plane, etc.” In the first exercise, students should write an indefinite article plus the noun name in the boxes under each object , for example: “un boleto” (a ticket). As for the second exercise, simply fill in the blanks in the text about Maria’s trip with the appropriate indefinite articles in Spanish.
- Using Indefinite Articles in Spanish: Examples and Exercises
- How to use Spanish Definite Articles in Sentences
- The Basic Rules for the Plural of Spanish Nouns