In Spanish Lesson 2 we see how most professions in Spanish and nationalities have a masculine and feminine form
1 / Spanish sentence practise
Michael is a student of Spanish. He is learning Spanish in Madrid. He goes to a bar to participate in a language exchange.
Eric : are you French?
Michael : No, I’m English. And you?
Eric : I’m French, do you understand French?
Michael : Yes, of course. I understand a little.
Eric : Are you living here?
Michael : Yes, I will stay in Madrid during the summer.
Eric : Ah! And are you going to the Spanish class?
Michael : Yes, I’ve been going to Spanish classes for two weeks.
Eric : You speak Spanish very well!
Michael : That’s good! Thank you! What is your job?
Eric : I’m an architect.
Michael : I do not understand that word! You can repeat please?
Eric : AR-QUI-TEC-TO. I’m an architect.
Michael : Oh, okay! I get it! LOL! You speak very quickly!
Eric : Yes, it’s true! I speak quickly!
Michael and Eric also speak English, because that’s what the language exchange is all about.
2 / Vocabulary practice
A student of Spanish
To a bar
During the summer
One week, two weeks
Learn, he learns, he is learning
Go, he’s going
Be part of something
Understand, I understand, You understand
I understand a little
Live, I live
Stay, I’ll stay
Take, I drink, you drink
I’m teaching Spanish
Speak, I speak, you speak, they speak
That is good!
I’m an architect
I do not understand
I do not understand this word
Can you repeat it please?
French, English, Spanish
During the last two weeks
3 / Spanish Grammar:
In Spanish, most professions used in Spanish and nationalities have a masculine and feminine form, but this is something easy to understand if you look at the end of these words. Below different examples about professions in Spanish.
A) -O> -A
B) -ÉS> -ESA
C) -L> -LA
D) -Í> -Í
E) -ENSE> -ENSE
I hope those examples of professions in Spanish were clear and helpful.
Spanish Speaking Practise
4 / Questions and answers
1- Where is Michael learning Spanish?
Michael is learning Spanish in Madrid.
2- Why is Michael going to a bar?
Michael goes to a bar for a language exchange.
3- Is Eric French?
Yes, Eric is French.
4- What word does not Michael understand?
Michael does not understand the word architect.
5- In what language do Michael and Eric also speak?
Michael and Eric also speak in English.
Spanish Exercises Lesson 2
Below, you have 3 types of tests of the online Spanish course:
- A comprehension exercise in which you have to select the right options
- An exercise of vocabulary practice in which you have to drag and drop the word you have chosen from the list and paste it in the right place.
- grammar exercise in which you have to fill in the empty boxes with the correct answers.
Spanish Comprehension Exercise