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Advice on Spanish language please.

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by Ateacher2002, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. I teach a low ability class and I want to introduce foods using the construction
    "quiero comer......"
    My question is, can I introduce language like "patatas fritas" "hamburguesa" "tortilla" without using un/una/unas/ etc?
    Any answers will be greatly appreciated

  2. Thank you for both your replies. It was nice to get a full explanation. Geekie, of course students will say more than this. They will give reasons/ for/against and make the necessary agreements. Also I expect some of them to be able to say/write/uderstand "tengo que comerlo/la/las"/"no puedo comerlo/la/las"
    Thanks again both of you for your advice/links

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