Studying vocabulary doesn´t have to be boring! These Spanish language activities will have you practicing in no time. Then, probably craving some delicious Mexican food.

If you don´t do well the first time, it´s OK. After you check your score, you can hit the retry button and keep practicing. Then you can also go to our Free Activities page to try other types of effective practice options (dictation, speaking practice, listening, etc.).

These activities were made as part of my Spanish I class. For both a live, online and a flexible schedule option. For more information on Spanish I and II, click here.

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COMMON ALLERGIES (FOOD VOCABULARY)

Do you or one of your family members have a food allergy? If so, make sure you know how to say what it is before you travel. First, practice these common food allergies. Afterwards, consider writing down important words and keeping them in your wallet or purse.

Try the fun drag and drop below to practice. Level A1/beginner.


SPANISH LANGUAGE MENU

To begin, try dragging the pictures and Spanish vocabulary words to the correct menu items. After you finish, use the menu to practice asking and answering about prices. Then, describe food likes and dislikes with gustar. Level A1/beginner.

FULLSCREEN: Click on the blue arrows in the upper right hand corner.


SPEAKING SPANISH: ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

Use the activity below to practice answering questions about food likes/dislikes. It will test you on your pronunciation of the answer options. This is a great way to build up your speaking skills and confidence. If you want to try another speaking activity like this, see this self-introduction based one on our Free Activities page.


MATCH THE DESCRIPTIONS TO THE DISHES

First, read through the descriptions. Then, look up any vocabulary you may not understand. Finally, drag the description to the correct item. Level A2/high beginner or low intermediate.

FULLSCREEN: Click on the blue arrows in the upper right hand corner.


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