Saying what people can, must and want to do

In this lesson we revise what people can, must and want to do, using the 3rd person singular forms of the verbs 'querer', 'deber' and 'poder', and learning the 3rd person plural form. We also revise the possessive adjectives tu (your) and mi (my) in singular and plural forms.

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Q1.What is the translation of 'to swim/swimming'?

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Q2.What is the translation of 'to carry/wear/carrying/wearing'?

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Q3.What is the translation of 'to dance/dancing'?

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Q4.What is the translation of 'to look at/looking at'?

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Q5.What is the translation of 'to need/needing'?

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Q6.What is the translation of 'to listen/listening'?

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Q7.What is the translation of 'to walk/walking'?

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Q8.What is the translation of 'to play/playing'?

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Q9.What is the translation of 'to enjoy/enjoying'?

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Q10.What is the translation of 'to take out/taking out'?

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Q11.What is the translation of 'to rest/resting'?

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Q12.What is the translation of 'to have dinner/to dine'?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

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Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Question 12

Q1.What is the translation of 'to swim/swimming'?

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Q2.What is the translation of 'to carry/wear/carrying/wearing'?

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Q3.What is the translation of 'to dance/dancing'?

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Q4.What is the translation of 'to look at/looking at'?

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Q5.What is the translation of 'to need/needing'?

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Q6.What is the translation of 'to listen/listening'?

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Q7.What is the translation of 'to walk/walking'?

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Q8.What is the translation of 'to play/playing'?

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Q9.What is the translation of 'to enjoy/enjoying'?

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Q10.What is the translation of 'to take out/taking out'?

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Q11.What is the translation of 'to rest/resting'?

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Q12.What is the translation of 'to have dinner/to dine'?

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Saying what people can, must and want to do

The following questions will help you improve your recall of the vocabulary from this lesson.

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Q1.What does the verb 'querer' mean, in English?

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Q2.What does the verb 'poder' mean, in English?

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Q3.How do you say 'S/he wants' in Spanish?

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Q4.How do you say 'They must', in Spanish?

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Q5.How do you say 'S/he is able to/can' in Spanish?

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Q6.Choose the correct translation: quiere ir a la playa

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Q7.Choose the correct translation: debe sacar la basura

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Q8.Choose the correct translation: mis padres quieren ir de vacaciones en agosto

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Q9.Choose the correct translation: mi hermana no quiere hacer los deberes

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Q10.Choose the correct translation: She wants to go on holiday

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Q11.Choose the correct translation: They want to learn how to ride a horse

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Q12.Choose the correct translation: mi madre puede disfrutar la naturaleza

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Q13.Choose the correct translation: your sisters can visit museums

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Q14.Choose the correct translation: your father wants to go to France in July

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Q15.Choose the correct translation: your teacher must work a lot

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Saying what people can, must and want to do

The following questions will help you improve your recall of the vocabulary from this lesson.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

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Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Question 12

Question 13

Question 14

Question 15

Q1.What does the verb 'querer' mean, in English?

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Q2.What does the verb 'poder' mean, in English?

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Q3.How do you say 'S/he wants' in Spanish?

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Q4.How do you say 'They must', in Spanish?

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Q5.How do you say 'S/he is able to/can' in Spanish?

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Q6.Choose the correct translation: quiere ir a la playa

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Q7.Choose the correct translation: debe sacar la basura

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Q8.Choose the correct translation: mis padres quieren ir de vacaciones en agosto

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Q9.Choose the correct translation: mi hermana no quiere hacer los deberes

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Q10.Choose the correct translation: She wants to go on holiday

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Q11.Choose the correct translation: They want to learn how to ride a horse

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Q12.Choose the correct translation: mi madre puede disfrutar la naturaleza

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Q13.Choose the correct translation: your sisters can visit museums

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Q14.Choose the correct translation: your father wants to go to France in July

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Q15.Choose the correct translation: your teacher must work a lot

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