Mi Vida Loca Episode 20: Me siento mal

Publication: May 26, 2016

Category: Mi Vida Loca

Episode 20: Me siento mal
Describing symptoms, reflexive verbs, la farmacia. 

Game: Simón Dice

You may need to teach some terms outside Episode 20 to play a full round of Simón Dice. Try to use terms that are reflexive or body parts. Siéntate, levántate, muévete, tócate el estómago (o la nariz, los ojos, los pies, etc.) 


Link to practice activities for video:


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