Looking for a fun activity for your students to practice verb conjugations after a lesson? Check out this suggested list of songs in Spanish that features a variety of verb conjugations to use through the school year.
We have created a clozeline (fill-in-the-blanks) for each of them in 2 or 3 versions to choose from according to your students’ listening comprehension level. Each cloze is also digitally fillable!
Some of these songs come in a PACK with additional activities to go more in-depth. This will give you the versatility of using them all or picking only a couple of them depending on your students’ needs or your class schedule.
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Songs in Spanish to Practice Verb Tener
- Sie7e – Tengo tu Love – Verb TENER and Comparisons [PACK]
- Ricky Martin – Asignatura pendiente – Verb TENER [PACK]
- Chino y Nacho – Tu angelito – Verbs SER and TENER
- Abraham Sevilla Serrano – Vendo mi casa cantando – Rooms of the House and Verb TENER [PACK]
Songs in Spanish to Practice Verb Querer
- Alejandro Sanz – Quisiera ser – Verb QUERER
- Wisin ft. Ozuna – Escápate conmigo – Infinitive and Verb QUERER
More Songs in Spanish to Practice Verb Conjugations
- Zion y Lennox ft. Nicky Jam – Mi tesoro – Pronominal Verb
- Thalia – Estoy Enamorado – Pronominal Verbs
- Shakira – Loca – Verbs
- Ricardo Arjona – Si el norte fuera el sur – Conditional and Vocabulary – Crítica Social
- Jon Secada – Otro día más sin verte – Infinitive Verbs and Unstressed Pronouns
- Chino y Nacho ft. Farruko – Me voy enamorando – Verb Conjugations
- Diego Torres – Guapa – Verbs and Prepositions
- Enrique Iglesias ft. Romeo Santos – Loco – Pronominal Verbs
- Manu Chao – Me gustas tú – Verb GUSTAR
- Shakira – Inevitable – SABER vs CONOCER and Present Tense
- Sofia Reyes ft. Prince Royce – Solo yo – Verbs SER, ESTAR and IR
- Jarabe de Palo – ¿A dónde vas? – Verb IR in the Present [PACK]
- David Bisbal – Ave María – Conjugations
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