What do you do at Home

What do you do at Home

Understanding Articles and Vocabulary

  • Understand definite and indefinite articles such as “el/la” (the) and “un/una” (a/an). Use these to describe your home.
  • Know relevant noun vocabulary. Remember “habitación” means room, “cocina” is the kitchen, “baño” is the bathroom etc.

Daily Routine Phrases and Verb Usage

  • Learn phrases and sentences to describe your daily routine at home. Common verbs include “levantarse” (to get up), “comer” (to eat), “estudiar” (to study), “dormir” (to sleep), and “trabajar” (to work).
  • Differentiate between reflexive verbs and non-reflexive verbs when describing activities done at home.
  • Use the correct verb conjugations in the correct tense when talking about your activities at home.

Using Prepositions and Pronouns

  • Be familiar with prepositions of place, such as “en” (in), “sobre” (on), “debajo de” (under). Use these to explain where items are located in your home.
  • Practice using the pronouns ‘yo’ (I), ‘tú’ (you), ‘él/ella’ (he/she), ‘nosotros’ (we), ‘vosotros’ (you plural), ‘ellos/ellas’ (they).

Enhancing Descriptions with Adjectives and Adverbs

  • Expand your vocabulary for adjectives and adverbs. Know how to describe how you spend your time at home or how you feel about different activities.

Expressions for Obligations and Describing Home

  • Understand how to use ‘tener que’ (to have to) or ‘deber’ (should) to express obligations or things that need to be done at home.
  • Learn the difference between ‘ser’ and ‘estar’ to describe your home or bedroom.