Try to find the imperative verb in the pictures (see atttached document). Remember that the formation of the negative imperative is the same as the present subjuntive and therefore different to the affirmative. Below you have a table with the conjugation of both forms.
Boost your confidence building sentences (using the the simple past tense) with this exercise. Answer sheet is also provided.
LLAMADAS TELEFÓNICAS – B1 – B2 –
Useful expressions related to phone calls, mobile phones, text messages, etc. Can you say in Spanish “Please, do not hang up” or “Press hashtag”? If not, have a look to our list.
MAYAS, AZTECAS E INCAS
Learn about the pre-Spanish civilisations in America with this activities for students of Spanish. Practice vocabulary and past tenses.
Could you past a B1 test? Practice with a test designed for students of Spanish and Latin American culture from the university of Paris Dauphine in France.
Write a paragraph advising these people on what to do if your were in their position. You can practice using expressions such as:
Yo que tú + CONDICIONAL
Yo en tu lugar + CONDICIONAL
Deberías + INFINITIVO
Tienes que + INFINITIVO
¿Por qué no + PRESENTE?