Spanish Speaking Practice Worksheets

Tips for Learning to Speak Spanish

The irony is mastering any language comes with all the same rules. You read you communicate, and you listen! Have you been thinking speaking Spanish involves some nitty-gritty? Chance are you have been. So how about we dive right into them? When you are learning the basics, you are basically establishing foundations for your craft to be honed! You give it a reason to evolve with your efforts in the days to come, and exactly this is what you're doing when you learn the basics. Starting with the primary concepts of grammar, you make your way through the language. Common nouns, adjectives, and sentence construction – all of these happen to be the building steps of a Spanish language. However, if you want to master speaking the language, you should definitely see how the natives speak. Start by watching movies or any series of your choice. You may add the subtitles if you want. Anyhow, these shows would clear your misconceptions to quite an extent, and you'll have a better understanding of the language.


This works on basic greeting and courteous sayings.

How Many

All of these conversations focus on the concept of quantity.

What Time is It?

We relate human activities to the time that things happen.

Animals and Colors

Students introduce each other to their pets and the colors that are associated with them.

Soneto para Francisco de la Torre

The following script is one translation of the famous sonnet. Have the students read the Spanish poem aloud.

Soneto para Gutierre de Cetina

We take on another spirited sonnet and make sense of it.

The Funny Restaurant

A conversation you may have at your next dinner.

The Colors

This is a awful bright and brilliant song.

Tongue Twisters 1

These are difficult to say, if your pronunciation is on point.

Tongue Twisters 2

What do these even mean?