¡Hola! Today’s worksheet has two exercises on some of the most common adjectives in Spanish to describe places along with the verb SER (to be) and LUCIR (to look like). We hope that you can get the best out of it. Let’s start…
Students can work individually or in pairs to solve the exercises in this worksheet.
This worksheet is made up of two exercises. For the first exercise, students must find seventeen adjectives to describe places in Spanish that we commonly use in the language. These words are all written on the right side of the word search puzzle. As for the second exercise, students must complete the dialogue with the words on the box on top of the conversation. They must make sure to choose the appropriate word to complete each blank so that the conversation makes sense in describing the place they are talking about.
Information about this worksheet:
- Places in Town in Spanish and Basic Directions
- Giving Directions in Spanish: Phrases and Conversations
- Describing your Town in Spanish: Adjectives and Directions
Students do some research on a city they would like to visit in Latin America. They must find the most important landmarks in the city and describe them using some of the adjectives in Spanish in the worksheet, or even new ones they have heard about if possible. They could also add information about local food too and bring pictures to the class. They could work in groups to make a mini-presentation for the rest of the class.