Dictation

You’ll find in this page few dictations. Dictations are important to associate words and sounds.

We are going to start with a very simple dictations, they have vocabulary that you know and we have worked in class.

Please, before start doing it, pay attention how to say in Spanish the punctuation marks.

http://www.ivoox.com/signos-puntuacion_md_239957_1.mp3″

How to make it:
1. Only listen.
2. Listen and read.
3. Listen and write.
4. Check failures.

When we have a question or an exclamation we need open and closed the sentence with “question or exclamation marks”.

We say: “abre signo de interrogación” or “abre signo de exclamación” in the beginning of the question or exclamation to indicate to you that you need write a question mark.

To finish a question or exclamation we say: “cierra signo de interrogación” or “Cierra signo de exclamación”.

  • DICTADO 1 (coming soon)

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Read it Dictado1y2

  • DICTADO 2 (coming soon)

<p>You’ll find in this page few <strong>dictations</strong>. Dictations are important to associate words and sounds.</p>

<p>We are going to start with a very <strong>simple dictations</strong>, they have vocabulary that you know and we have worked in class.</p>

<p>Please, before start doing it, pay attention how to say in Spanish the <strong>punctuation marks</strong>.</p>

<img alt=”” src=”http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2705/4456655305_c73491d842_m.jpg&#8221; class=”alignleft” width=”240″ height=”208″ />

<p>http://www.ivoox.com/signos-puntuacion_md_239957_1.mp3″ </p>

 

<strong>How to make it:

1.  Only listen.

2.  Listen and read.

3. Listen and write.

4. Check failures.</strong>

 

<strong>DICTADO 1 Y 2</strong>

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