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Un día en la vida de Carlos

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This lesson is designed for young Spanish language learners, particularly those who are not native speakers. It focuses on the daily school routine of a 12-year-old boy named Carlos. The lesson introduces and practices key verbs related to school activities, such as "llegar" (to arrive), "entrar" (to enter), "estudiar" (to study), "aprender" (to learn), and "salir" (to leave), with their respective conjugations in the present tense. Additionally, the lesson includes school-related vocabulary like "la escuela" (school), "el aula" (classroom), "la maestra" (teacher), "el alumno" (student), and "el recreo" (recess), among others. The narrative of Carlos' day serves as a contextual tool to make the learning process more engaging and relatable for the student. The lesson aims to help the learner understand a typical school day in a Spanish-speaking country through the story, which covers Carlos' activities from the moment he arrives at school until he leaves. It concludes with a set of 15 multiple-choice questions based on the text, each with one correct answer, to test comprehension and reinforce the material learned.



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