Spanish dictation - Simple Sentences

Spanish dictation - Simple Sentences
I always say my students dictations are a great way to learn Spanish. Not just to exercise your listening comprehension, but to learn new vocabulary and sentence building. And, of course, no need to say dictations are great to put your Spanish spelling to the test!

This is intended to be the first part of serie of dictations. I really recommend this practice. So, let's start with a dictation containing several sentences. When you click on the "Click and listen" link bellow, you will be taken to a video with the audio. There, you'll listen to each sentence (I'll be repeating each sentence three times) and then, what you have to do is just writing down what you hear. That is, in case you don't undestand a concrete word, just type what you hear, because this is the way your brain will be exersiced, improving your understanding.

You can find the complete sentences in this dictation at the end of this article.

So, when ready, click on this link and start learning:

Click here and listen - Dictation No.1

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Sentences in this dictation:
Tengo frío.
Me llamo Juan.
La casa está limpia.
Este perro ladra mucho.
¿Dónde está María?
Me gusta beber agua.
El cielo es azul.
Hay muchos árboles.
La puerta está cerrada.
El banco está abierto.
No sé bailar.
Tampoco sé cantar.
Vamos a la playa.
Hoy comemos paella.
Voy a cantar una canción.

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