Spanish 9 Daily 10 Sentences

For all these assignments, use the vocabulary found at Spanish 9 Vocab

Here we’ll build a list of the Daily 10 Sentence assignments.

Yes, you get to write 10 sentences everyday. Write a sentence in English, and below, translate it into Spanish. Sometimes the word order will change, so be careful!

  • Day 1: Use the vocabulary from the list Back to School, Meeting People to build a variety of conversations.
  • Day 2: Use the vocabulary from the list Things You Do and Gustar to write a conversation/series of sentences about things that are pleasing to do. Ask and answer in your conversations.
  • Day 3: Use ONLY vocabulary from the Back to School video. Write sentences about meeting people, the weather, how people are feeling.
  • Day 4: Use ONLY vocabulary from the Things You Do and Gustar video. Write sentences about what activities are pleasing to do. Ask and answer in your conversations.
  • Day 5: Today, in class, we took the 10 sentence quiz. If you’re not here, practice ten sentences without looking at the list.
  • Day 6: Use the vocabulary from the list Days 6-10 to describe people. Write sentences that describe yourself, ones that describe other people, and ones that ask what people are like.
  • Day 7: Use the vocabulary from the list Describing Classes to write ten sentences. Describe classes. Talk about what people need for each class.
  • Day 8: Use ONLY the vocabulary from the list Days 6-10 to DESCRIBE people. Write sentences that describe yourself, ones that describe other people, and ones that ask what people are like.
  • Day 9: Use the vocabulary from the list Describing Classes to write ten sentences. Include phrases like: a mí me gusta…, a él le gusta…, a ella le gusta… to talk about what classes are pleasing to certain people.
  • Day 10: Today, in class, we took the 10 sentence quiz. If you’re not here, practice ten sentences without looking at the list.
  • Day 11: Use the vocabulary from Days 11-15. Write sentences and circle your subjects, box your verbs, and put plus signs over your adjectives.
  • Day 12: Use the vocabulary from Days 11-15. Write sentences about what people eat, drink, and prefer. Circle your subjects, box your verbs, and put plus signs over your adjectives when you describe the food or drink.
  • Day 13: Use the vocabulary from Days 11-15. Write sentences that describe food. Don’t use ¡Qué asco! Use malo, sabroso, horrible, delicioso, etc. — and make sure to change those adjectives to match what you’re describing! Write sentences that give advice telling people what they should eat or drink. Don’t write any back and forth conversations.
  • Day 14: Look at the mistakes you made on Day 13. Don’t make them again. Write advice telling people what they should do. Then write sentences describing food. Do NOT write dialogue.
  • Day 15: Today, in class, we took the 10 sentence quiz. If you’re not here, practice ten sentences without looking at the list.
  • Day 16: Use the vocabulary from Days 16-20 to write about where people are from and say where people are going. Use more than yo and tú as people. Use él and ella and nosotros, etc.
  • Day 17: Use the vocabulary from Days 16-20 to invite other people to do things WITH YOU. Supply a time as well. The other person can answer yes or no, but make it interesting. You can use ANA and JAVIER as your characters if you’d like.
  • Day 18: Use the vocabulary from Days 16-20 to decline invitations and give excuses. “I cannot go with you. I am busy/sick/tired, etc.” Use PODER. And write sentences about the sports you can or cannot play. Use PODER and JUGAR.
  • Day 19: Look through the pages from days 16-18. Find five sentences you made mistakes on. Write them again as your first five sentences, but fix the mistakes. For your last five sentences, write sentences about what you KNOW how to play (use SABER and JUGAR) and about how people feel (use ESTAR).
  • Day 20: Last day to take a 10 sentence quiz. Be ready.