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We'll cover vocabulary and expressions for describing our likes, interests, and personal characteris

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Lesson 1: Introducing Yourself Introduction Welcome to the first lesson of our course! In this lesson, we'll learn how to introduce ourselves in Spanish. We'll cover vocabulary and expressions for describing our likes, interests, and personal characteristics. Learning Objectives By the end of this lesson, you should be able to: Introduce yourself in Spanish. Describe your interests and personal characteristics. Use vocabulary related to personal introduction. Lesson Content Part 1: Greetings and Introduction Let's start with the basics. Here's how you can introduce yourself in Spanish: "Hola, mi nombre es [Your name]." (Hello, my name is [Your name].) "Soy de [Your country or city]." (I am from [Your country or city].) "Tengo [Your age] años." (I am [Your age] years old.) Part 2: Describing Yourself Next, let's learn some vocabulary and phrases to describe our personal characteristics: "Soy [adjective]." (I am [adjective].) For example: "Soy amable." (I am kind.) "Me considero [adjective]." (I consider myself [adjective].) For example: "Me considero creativo." (I consider myself creative.) Part 3: Discussing Interests Finally, we'll learn how to talk about our interests: "Me gusta [activity or thing]." (I like [activity or thing].) For example: "Me gusta leer." (I like to read.) "Mi pasatiempo favorito es [activity]." (My favorite hobby is [activity].) For example: "Mi pasatiempo favorito es tocar la guitarra." (My favorite hobby is playing guitar.) Practice Activity Write a short self-introduction paragraph in Spanish using the vocabulary and phrases we've learned in this lesson. Remember to include your name, where you're from, your age, some of your personal characteristics, and your interests. 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 Introducing yourself is the first step in any interaction, and knowing how to do so in Spanish is an essential skill. Keep practicing the vocabulary and phrases introduced in this lesson, and you'll be ready to make a great first impression in Spanish! See you in the next lesson!

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