Do these Spanish make sense?

Escribe la palabra del vocabulario correcto = Write the correct vocabulary word

Dibuja un cuadro por la palabra = dtaw a picture for the word

Escribe dos o más frases sobre de tú infancia. Usa estás palabras = Write two or more sentences about your childhood. Use these words.

De niño, estuve era muy bien educada y nunca traviesa. Por lo general, fui a la guardería infantil. = as a child, I was very well behaved and never naughty. In general, I went to the daycare.

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    mostly correct! great job! just a few little things:

    I think "infancia" doesn't exactly mean childhood, it means early childhood (like maybe ages 0-5.)

    Estuve and era both mean the same thing, just one is preterite (estuve) and the other is imperfect (era.) Since you are describing something in the past, use era.

    In the last sentence, when you say fui, (preterite of ir) it should be iba (imprefect) because it is a habitual past action, as in you did it regularly.

  • MrD
    Lv 4
    8 years ago

    They make sense but are poorly written. You need to remember:

    Adjectival agreement


    Uses of SER/ESTAR

    Also your sentence really contains phrases that are out of place.


    1) correcta

    2) Sobre tu infancia NOT Sobre de tú...

    3) Usa estas palabras - estás means 'you are'

    4) Niña if you are a girl to make your adjectives agree.

    5) Era muy bien educada - You don't need 'estuve' and 'era'

    Source(s): Languages Teacher
  • 8 years ago

    Draw a pic for the word. HAZ UN DIBUJO PARA LA PALABRA.

    DE NIÑO (masc) ERA MUY BIEN EDUCADO Y PARA NADA TRAVIESO. (if you say niño it's educado and travieso, if niña then educada and traviesa. )

    You could say

    EN GENERAL, IBA A LA GUARDERÍA. (at least in my country you don't need "infantil")

    Source(s): native Spanish speaker
  • de niño era bien educado (a) y nunca fui travieso(a) ,

    o: boy


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