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Thursday 10 th September. Greetings To be able to greet people in Spanish. French. Chinese. Hungarian. Italian. Danish. Japanese. German. Polish. Spanish. Greek. Arabic. Punjabi. Talk partners. Which languages do you know about or have you heard being spoken?

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thursday 10 th september

Thursday 10th September

Greetings

To be able to greet people in Spanish

talk partners

French

Chinese

Hungarian

Italian

Danish

Japanese

German

Polish

Spanish

Greek

Arabic

Punjabi

Talk partners
  • Which languages do you know about or have you heard being spoken?
  • Do you know anyone who or do you speak another language?

Here are some examples of different languages around the world:

where in the world is english spoken
Where in the world is English spoken?

Canada

United Kingdom

Ireland

United States of America

India

South Africa

Australia

where in the world is spanish spoken
Where in the world is Spanish spoken?

Spain

Mexico

Peru

Chile

Argentina

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¡Hola!
  • This is the Spanish word for hi or hello
  • It has a silent letter in it, can you guess which letter it is?

¡Hola!

  • ‘h’ is always a silent letter in Spanish
  • Can you think of some words in English that begin with an ‘h’ practice saying them without the ‘h’ at the beginning
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¡Hola!

¡Hola!

¡Buenos días!

¡Hola!

¡Buenos noches!

¡Buenos días!