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¿Adónde Vas? Video
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A big thanks to Julia B (Class of '08) for a wonderful performance. She really helped bring this song to life.
The primary focus of the song is the use of Ir (to go) in the present tense. The nice thing about this song is that the lyrics are entirely dialogue, which is a nice change of pace from other narrative-based songs.
As a nice complement to this song, I recommend the Ir - Present tense song and video.
¿Adónde Vas? Resources
The following resources for ¿Adónde Vas? are included with a subscription.
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- ¿Adónde Vas? Lyrics Page
- A page to listen to the song and study the lyrics.
- ¿Adónde Vas? Videogame and Karaoke
- A fun and challenging videogame that tests users on every detail of the lyrics.
- Also contains a karaoke feature for singing along with or without the original vocals.
- Play a sample videogame
- ¿Adónde Vas? Video Supplement Packet
- Pre, During and Post worksheets that supplement the video.
- ¿Adónde Vas? Brain Teaser/Puzzle
- A unique jigsaw puzzle that requires knowledge of the song lyrics.
- Watch a video tutorial
- Downloadable Lyrics and Activities
- Spanish lyrics with English translation
- Spanish lyrics without English translation
- Cloze activity (easy)
- Cloze activity (hard)
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