Professions In Spanish Learn Spanish 2




In Spanish Lesson 2 we see how most professions in Spanish and nationalities have a masculine and feminine form

Dialogue

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. 

Spanish Vocabulary

2 / Vocabulary practice

A student of Spanish

The Spanish

To Madrid

To a bar

Language exchange

During the summer

One week, two weeks

An architect

A word

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?

If true

French, English, Spanish

And you?

Here

During the last two weeks

Please

Ok

Fast quickly

Very fast

As well

All right

Spanish Grammar

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.

 

Nationalities

A) -O> -A

MALE
  • FEMININE
  • -OR
  • -TO
COUNTRY
  • MALE
  • FEMININE
  • ITALY
  • ITALIAN O
  • ITALIAN A
  • COLOMBIA
  • COLOMBIAN O
  • COLOMBIAN A

B) -ÉS> -ESA

MALE
  • FEMININE
  • -IS
  • -THAT
COUNTRY
  • MALE
  • FEMININE
  • ENGLAND
  • INGL ÉS
  • INGL ESA
  • SCOTLAND
  • ESCOC ES
  • ESCOC ESA

C) -L> -LA

MALE
  • FEMININE
  • -L
  • -THE
COUNTRY
  • MALE
  • FEMININE
  • SPAIN
  • OL ESPAÑ
  • ESPAÑOLA OLA
  • MONGOLIA
  • MONG OL
  • MONG OLA

D) -Í> -Í

MALE
  • FEMININE
COUNTRY
  • MALE
  • FEMININE
  • ISRAEL
  • ISRAEL Í
  • ISRAELI
  • MOROCCO
  • MOROCCAN Í
  • MOROCCAN Í

E) -ENSE> -ENSE

MALE
  • FEMININE
  • -ENSE
  • -ENSE
COUNTRY
  • MALE
  • FEMININE
  • U.S
  • ESTADOUNID ENSE
  • ESTADOUNID ENSE
  • GLEN
  • CANADI ENSE
  • CANADI 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:

  1. A comprehension exercise in which you have to select the right options
  2. 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.
  3. grammar exercise in which you have to fill in the empty boxes with the correct answers.

 

Spanish Comprehension Exercise

 

Spanish Vocabulary Exercise

Spanish Grammar Exercise


nouns in spanish
professions in spanish
spanish alphabet phonetic
definite articles in Spanish
spanish syntax
negation in spanish grammar
the verb SER
size adjectives in spanish
the verb estar in spanish
personal nouns in spanish
spanish pronouns
spanish adverbs
the verb tener
los articulos determinados
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