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Leisure Time

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This will include vocabulary for different types of transportation, how to ask for directions ....

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Lesson 9: Leisure Time Introduction Welcome to Lesson 9! In this lesson, we're going to talk about leisure time. We'll learn vocabulary for various hobbies and activities, and how to talk about your free time in Spanish. Learning Objectives By the end of this lesson, you should be able to: Understand and use vocabulary related to leisure activities in Spanish. Discuss what you like to do in your free time. Make plans for leisure activities with others. Lesson Content Part 1: Vocabulary for Leisure Activities Let's start by learning some vocabulary related to leisure activities: "El tiempo libre" (Free time) "Ver la televisión" (Watch TV) "Leer un libro" (Read a book) "Escuchar música" (Listen to music) "Jugar al fútbol" (Play soccer) "Ir al cine" (Go to the movies) "Pasar tiempo con amigos" (Spend time with friends) "Viajar" (Travel) Part 2: Talking About Your Free Time Next, let's learn how to talk about what you like to do in your free time: "En mi tiempo libre, me gusta [activity]." (In my free time, I like to [activity].) For example: "En mi tiempo libre, me gusta leer libros." (In my free time, I like to read books.) "¿Qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre?" (What do you like to do in your free time?) Part 3: Making Plans for Leisure Activities Finally, we'll learn how to make plans for leisure activities: "¿Te gustaría [activity] este fin de semana?" (Would you like to [activity] this weekend?) For example: "¿Te gustaría ir al cine este fin de semana?" (Would you like to go to the movies this weekend?) "Vamos a [activity] mañana." (We're going to [activity] tomorrow.) For example: "Vamos a jugar al fútbol mañana." (We're going to play soccer tomorrow.) Practice Activity Write a paragraph describing your favorite leisure activities and what you plan to do in your free time this week. Use the new vocabulary and phrases from this lesson. Assessment At the end of the lesson, there will be a quiz to assess your understanding of the vocabulary and phrases learned in this lesson. Conclusion By learning to talk about leisure time in Spanish, you've expanded your ability to discuss personal interests and make plans with others. Keep practicing the vocabulary and phrases introduced in this lesson, and you'll be able to talk about your free time with ease. See you in the next lesson!

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