Viaje a Barcelona – Spanish listening and reading worksheet – Beginner to intermediate

On this page you can find a video with a short story called Viaje a Barcelona (Trip to Barcelona) in which a woman explains her travel experience in Barcelona with her friends. This video contains subtitles in Spanish, and below you can find the transcription.

After listening to the story and reading the subtitles, you can take the test in the video (after each question there are a few seconds to think about the answer) or download it in PDF format in this page.
This test will help you to know if you have understood the story.
This lesson is intended for beginner to intermediate level students.

Viaje a Barcelona: Spanish listening and reading practice

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Viaje a Barcelona (transcription)

El mes pasado viajé a Barcelona con mis amigas. Fue nuestro primer viaje juntas y estábamos muy ilusionadas.

Tomamos un avión desde Madrid y llegamos al aeropuerto de El Prat en una hora. Allí cogimos un taxi que nos llevó al hotel que habíamos reservado por Internet. Era un hotel de tres estrellas, muy céntrico y acogedor.

El primer día decidimos explorar la ciudad a pie. Visitamos la famosa Sagrada Familia, una impresionante obra de arte de Gaudí que todavía está en construcción. Después fuimos al Parque Güell, otro lugar lleno de encanto y fantasía. Allí disfrutamos de las vistas panorámicas de la ciudad y nos hicimos muchas fotos. Por la tarde paseamos por el barrio gótico, el más antiguo y emblemático de Barcelona. Algunos de los lugares que vimos fueron la Catedral de Barcelona y la Plaza del Rey. Por la noche fuimos a un restaurante y probamos un plato típico de la cocina catalana, la escalivada. ¡Estaba deliciosa!

El segundo día alquilamos unas bicicletas y recorrimos el Paseo Marítimo de Barcelona. Nos encantó ver el contraste entre el mar y los edificios modernos. Llegamos hasta el puerto olímpico, donde había mucha gente y ambiente. Después fuimos a la playa de la Barceloneta, una de las más populares y animadas. Allí nos bañamos en el agua, tomamos el sol y jugamos al voleibol. Por la tarde visitamos el Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña y, por la noche, fuimos a un bar y nos divertimos mucho.

El tercer día fuimos a Montjuïc. Allí visitamos el Castillo y la Fuente Mágica de Montjuïc, que en ocasiones ofrece un espectáculo de luces y música. Por la tarde fuimos a Pueblo Español, un museo al aire libre con edificios que representan las distintas comunidades de España. Allí vimos la artesanía, la gastronomía y la cultura de cada región. Por la noche fuimos al Teatro del Liceo, el más famoso de Barcelona, y vimos una ópera.

El cuarto día fuimos a la Basílica de Santa María del Mar, una joya del gótico catalán. Después fuimos al Mercado de La Boquería, el más grande y colorido de la ciudad. Allí compramos fruta, queso, chocolate y frutos secos. Luego fuimos a La Rambla, el paseo más famoso y concurrido de Barcelona. Allí vimos a los artistas callejeros, las flores, los quioscos y las estatuas vivientes. Por la tarde fuimos al Barrio de Gràcia, un barrio bohemio y alternativo. Las calles estaban decoradas por la celebración de la Fiesta Mayor de Gracia.  

A la mañana siguiente fuimos al Parque de la Ciutadella, el parque urbano más grande de Barcelona. Es un parque precioso. Después fuimos al Arco de Triunfo, un monumento que conmemora la Exposición Universal de Barcelona de 1888. Por la tarde fuimos al Camp Nou, el estadio del Fútbol Club Barcelona.  Allí hicimos un tour por el museo, el vestuario, el campo y el palco. Por la noche fuimos a un bar en el centro de la ciudad que nos encantó.

El sexto y último día hicimos las maletas y dejamos el hotel. Fuimos al aeropuerto en taxi y tomamos el avión de vuelta a Madrid. Fue un viaje inolvidable, lleno de experiencias y recuerdos. Barcelona es una ciudad maravillosa que tiene de todo: arte, cultura, historia, naturaleza, playa, gastronomía y diversión. Sin duda, volveremos algún día.

Translation

Trip to Barcelona

Last month I traveled to Barcelona with my friends. It was our first trip together, and we were very excited.

We took a plane from Madrid and arrived at El Prat airport within an hour. From there, we caught a taxi to the hotel we had booked online. It was a three-star hotel, very centrally located and cozy.

On the first day, we decided to explore the city on foot. We visited the famous Sagrada Familia, an impressive work of art by Gaudí that is still under construction. Later, we went to Park Güell, another charming and fantastical place. There, we enjoyed panoramic views of the city and took many photos. In the afternoon, we strolled through the Gothic Quarter, the oldest and most emblematic area of Barcelona. Some of the places we saw were the Barcelona Cathedral and the Plaza del Rey. In the evening, we went to a restaurant and tried a typical Catalan dish, the escalivada. It was delicious!

On the second day, we rented bicycles and rode along the Barcelona Waterfront. We loved seeing the contrast between the sea and the modern buildings. We reached the Olympic Port, where there was a lot of people and activity. Afterward, we went to Barceloneta Beach, one of the most popular and lively beaches. There, we swam in the water, sunbathed and played volleyball. In the afternoon, we visited the National Art Museum of Catalonia, and at night, we went to a bar and had a great time.

On the third day, we went to Montjuïc. There, we visited the Castle and the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc, which sometimes offers a light and music show. In the afternoon, we went to Pueblo Español, an open-air museum with buildings representing different Spanish communities. There, we saw the craftsmanship, gastronomy and culture of each region. In the evening, we went to the Liceu Theater, the most famous in Barcelona, and watched an opera.

On the fourth day, we went to the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, a gem of Catalan Gothic architecture. Then we visited La Boquería Market, the largest and most colorful in the city. There we bought fruit, cheese, chocolate and nuts. Later, we went to La Rambla, the most famous and crowded promenade in Barcelona. There we saw street artists, flowers, kiosks and living statues. In the afternoon, we went to the Gràcia neighborhood, a bohemian and alternative area. The streets were decorated for the Gracia Festival.

The next morning, we went to Ciutadella Park, the largest urban park in Barcelona. It’s a beautiful park. Later, we visited the Arco de Triunfo, a monument commemorating the 1888 Barcelona Universal Exposition. In the afternoon, we went to Camp Nou, the stadium of FC Barcelona. There we toured the museum, the locker room, the field and the box. In the evening we went to a bar in the city center that we loved.

On the sixth and final day, we packed our bags and checked out of the hotel. We took a taxi to the airport and caught the flight back to Madrid. It was an unforgettable trip, full of experiences and memories. Barcelona is a wonderful city that has it all: art, culture, history, nature, beach, gastronomy and entertainment. We will definitely come back someday.

Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 4: from V to Z

Are you looking for a fun and easy way to learn the Spanish alphabet? Do you want to practice your pronunciation and spelling skills in this language? If so, you will love these Spanish alphabet flashcards!

In this post, you will find a set of printable flashcards in PDF format that cover the letters from V to Z. Each flashcard has a picture of a word that starts with the letter and the word written in Spanish. You can use these flashcards to memorize the letters, test yourself or play games with your friends.

Download the Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 4: from V to Z and start learning today!

⭐ Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 4: from V to Z

You will find two PDF files, one with the flashcards in black and white and the another one with the color ones. Each flashcard shows:

  • A text that says that a specific letter is for a word.
  • A word that starts or contains the letter.
  • A visual representation of that word.

Don’t hesitate to share these flashcards with family, friends or colleagues that are interested in Spanish language!

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Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 4: from V to Z (Black and white)

Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 4: from V to Z (Color)

Tips to use the alphabet flashcards in Spanish from V to Z

Here are some tips for using the Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 4: from V to Z. These tips can help students, teachers and parents:

  • Review the flashcards regularly. The more you see and hear the letters and words, the better you will remember them. You can review them by yourself or with a partner.

  • Say the words out loud. Pronunciation is an important part of learning Spanish and any new language. By saying the words out loud, you will practice your speaking skills and improve your accent. You can also record yourself and listen to how you sound.

  • Make sentences with the words. You can make sentences with the words on the flashcards and check them for errors. Using the words in context will help you expand your vocabulary and grammar in Spanish.

  • Play games with the flashcards. Games are a fun and effective way to learn and review the Spanish alphabet. You can play games like memory, sorting… you can also make your own quizzes or games.

We hope you find helpful the flashcards of the Spanish alphabet from V to Z!

Remember to use them often and in different ways (writing sentences, playing games…) to get the most out of them. And most of all, never forget to be proud of your progress!

¡Hasta pronto! 🙂

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These flashcards are a great way to learn and review the Spanish alphabet, especially the letters that have different sounds in English. For example, did you know that the letter R can be pronounced in two different ways, depending on its position in the word? Or that the letter Ñ is not just an N with a tilde, but a separate letter with its own sound?

If you want to find out more about these and other features of the Spanish alphabet, download these flashcards and start practicing today! And don’t forget to check out the previous posts for the flashcards from A to H, and I to Q; and the next post for the flashcards from V to Z.

⭐ Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 3: from R to U

There are two PDF files for these alphabet flashcards in Spanish; one with flashcards in black and white and the another one with the color ones. Each flashcard shows:

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Tips to use the alphabet flashcards in Spanish from R to U

If you want to know more about the benefits of using these flashcards, continue reading because here you will find some brief tips for using the alphabet flashcards in Spanish from R to U.

  • Repeat, repeat and repeat. To improve your knowledge about the alphabet with these flashcards, repeat them often. The repetition helps you remember better by spacing out your reviews; for example, you can review the flashcards after one day, then after three days, then after one week, and so on.

  • Play games with the flashcards. You can use the flashcards to play games, such as memory match, letter sounds tic-tac-toe or alphabet scavenger hunt. You will make learning fun! You can also create your own games or change the existing ones to adapt them to the adequate level.
    You can also quiz yourself or a partner to test your knowledge of the Spanish alphabet. For example, you can either show the letter and say its name and example word, or show the picture or example word and say the letter and its name.


  • Use the flashcards for spelling. The flashcards can help you with spelling. Try spelling the words on the flashcards in Spanish, or look for new words that start with letters from R to U in a dictionary or a word list. For more difficulty, spell words that start with letters that are not in these flashcards.

  • Make sentences with the flashcards. The flashcards can help you with sentences. Make sentences in Spanish with the words on the flashcards, or with other words that have the same letter. You can also use different Spanish grammar, like questions, negations or comparisons.

  • Learn vocabulary with them. You can check the meanings of the words on the flashcards, look for synonyms or find other words that start with the same letter. You can also learn words that have the same letter but are in different categories, like animals, places, colors or food.

  • Learn and practice pronunciation. The flashcards can help you with pronunciation. Practice saying the letters and words in Spanish by following a native speaker or a recording, or by recording yourself and checking your pronunciation. Notice the accents, the stress and the different sounds from English or other languages.
    For example, you can use the flashcard of the letter R to practice its pronunciation, which has two different sounds, a soft and a hard one. Or maybe use the flashcard of the letter S to learn the difference between the letter S and the letter Z.

  • Practice grammar with these flashcards. You can use the flashcards to practice some basic grammar rules in Spanish. For example, a student can observe the gender and number of the nouns on the flashcards, or find some adjectives that modify the nouns on the flashcards.

  • Practice writing. You can write the letter and other example words on a paper, or write sentences or a short paragraph that uses the words on these flashcards.

We hope you find helpful these flashcards for practicing the Spanish alphabet from R to U.

Remember to use them frequently and in different ways to get the most out of them. And don’t forget to be proud of your progress. Learning Spanish may be hard sometimes, but it is worth and fun, and you are doing awesome!

¡Hasta pronto! 🙂

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Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 2: from I to Q

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These Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 2 are created to help you learn and memorize the letters of the Spanish alphabet from I to Q. Each flashcard shows a letter of the alphabet, and example word that starts with that letter and a picture that represents that word.

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Don’t hesitate to download the free Spanish alphabet flashcards PDF 2: from I to Q. They are a great way to learn the alphabet in Spanish and practice vocabulary!

⭐ Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 2: from I to Q

There are two PDF files for these alphabet flashcards in Spanish; one with flashcards in black and white and the another one with the color ones. Each flashcard shows:

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  • A word that starts with the letter.
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If you like this resource, don’t hesitate to share it with other people interested in learning the Spanish alphabet! 🙂

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Tips to use the alphabet flashcards in Spanish from I to Q

If you want to know more about the advantages of using these flashcards, continue reading since here are some tips for using the Spanish alphabet flashcards from I to Q in your learning process.

  • Review the flashcards regularly. You can use the repetition technique to optimize your memory retention. This means that you review the flashcards at increasing intervals, such as after one day, three days, one week, etc.

  • Quiz yourself or a partner. You can use the flashcards to test your knowledge of the Spanish alphabet. You can either show the letter and say its name and example word, or show the picture or example word and say the letter and its name.

  • Play games with the flashcards. You can make learning fun by playing games with the flashcards, such as memory. You can also create your own games or modify existing ones to suit your own language level and goals, or the level and needs of your students or children.

  • Use the flashcards to spell words. You can use the flashcards to practice spelling words in Spanish. You can either spell the words on the flashcards, or use a dictionary or a word list to find new words that begin with letters from I to Q. You can also challenge yourself by spelling words that begin with letters that are not in these flashcards.

  • Use the flashcards to make sentences. You can use the flashcards to practice making sentences in Spanish. You can either use the example words on the flashcards, or use other words that start with the same letter. You can also try to use different grammatical structures in Spanish, such as questions, negations or comparisons.

  • Use the flashcards to learn vocabulary. You can use the flashcards to learn new words in Spanish. You can either look up the meanings of the example words on the flashcards, or use a dictionary or a word list to find other words that start with the same letter. You can also try to learn words that start with the same letter but belong to different categories, such as animals, colors, or food. For example, N de Nutria (an animal) N de Naranja (a color and a fruit), N de Nachos (a Mexican dish).

  • Use the flashcards to learn pronunciation. You can use the flashcards to improve your pronunciation of the letters in the Spanish alphabet. You can either listen to a native speaker or a recording and repeat the letter and the example word, or record yourself and compare your pronunciation with a reference. You can also pay attention to the accents, the stress and the sounds that are different from English or other languages.

  • Use the flashcards to learn culture. You can use the flashcards to learn about the language differences, culture and history of Spanish-speaking countries. You can find out if there are more than one word in Spanish for the same object, people or animal that appears in the flashcard. You can research the origin and meaning of the example words on the flashcards, or find other words that are related to the culture and history of a specific country or region. You can also try to learn some idioms, proverbs or expressions that use the words on the flashcards.

  • Use the flashcards to learn grammar. You can use the flashcards to learn some basic grammar rules in Spanish. You can either observe the gender and number of the nouns on the flashcards, or find some adjectives that modify the nouns on the flashcards.

  • Use the flashcards to learn writing. You can use the flashcards to practice writing in Spanish. You can either write the letter and the example word on a paper or a computer, or write a short paragraph or a story that uses the words on the flashcards.

We hope you enjoyed these flashcards and found them useful for learning the Spanish alphabet from I to Q!

Remember to use them often and in different ways to get the most out of them. And don’t forget to celebrate your progress and achievements. Learning Spanish is not easy, but it is rewarding and fun, and I’m sure you are doing great!

¡Nos vemos! 😉

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These Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 1 are designed to help you memorize the letters of the Spanish alphabet from A to H. They are in PDF format, so you can print them out and use them as many times as you want. Each flashcard has a picture and a word in Spanish that starts with the letter. For example, the flashcard for A has a picture of a squirrel and the word “ardilla” (which means squirrel in Spanish).

You can use these flashcards to study by yourself or with other people, or use them with your students if you are a teacher. You can also play games with them, such as matching or sorting. These flashcards are a great way to learn the Spanish alphabet and expand your vocabulary at the same time.

These are round cards that you can print, laminate and use or offer to your children or students. They are portable and they can be used whenever you want. You can download these flashcards in black and white and/or in color.

Download the Spanish alphabet flashcards PDF 1: from A to H now and start learning!

⭐ Spanish Alphabet Flashcards PDF 1: from A to H

There are two PDF files for these alphabet flashcards in Spanish; one with black and white flashcards and the another one with the colored ones. Each flashcard shows:

  • A text that says that a specific letter is for that word (For example: A de Ardilla, which means “A is for Ardilla”)
  • A word that starts with the letter.
  • A visual representation of that word.

Don’t hesitate to share this resource with friends, colleagues, family, students or anyone you know who is interested in learning the Spanish alphabet. Thank you!

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Tips to use the alphabet flashcards in Spanish from A to H

Here are some tips for using these Spanish alphabet flashcards from A to H:

  • Review the flashcards regularly and repeat the words out loud. This will help you remember the letters in Spanish and improve your pronunciation.

  • Shuffle the flashcards and test yourself. Try to recall the word and the picture that corresponds to each letter. You can also ask someone to quiz you.

  • Make sentences with the words on the flashcards. For example, you can say “Me gustan las manzanas” (I like apples) or “El gato es negro” (The cat is black). This will help you practice your grammar and vocabulary in Spanish.

  • Use the flashcards to play games with your friends or classmates. For example, you can play memory, where you have to match pairs of flashcards, or bingo, where you have to mark the letters that are called out. This will make learning fun and interactive.

  • And most of all… celebrate your progress!

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Learning numbers in any language is a fundamental step, and mastering them in Spanish opens the door to understanding prices, quantities and so much more. These printable Spanish flashcards about numbers from 0 to 10 are designed to make learning fun and effective for both kids and beginners.

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⭐ Printable Spanish Number Flashcards

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Tips to use these flashcards of numbers in Spanish

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  • Start with small sets. Don’t try to learn many numbers in Spanish at once. Begin by focusing on a few numbers at a time and then add more as you master the ones you already know. Mastering 0 to 10 before moving on to the rest of numbers helps build a strong foundation.

  • Multi-sensory approach: say the numbers out loud as you look at the flashcards. Hearing and speaking the numbers in Spanish reinforces memory and pronunciation. Make sure that you are using proper pronunciation when saying each number. If you are learning Spanish on your own and reading the numbers aloud, make sure you have the most correct pronunciation possible. We recommend the Spanish listening practice for this purpose.

  • You can make a game with these flashcards. Use the flashcards in a quiz-style format, testing yourself or having someone quiz you on the numbers. Add a little competition to make it fun!

  • Create scenarios: associate the numbers in Spanish from 0 to 10 with real-life scenarios. For example, count objects around you, talking about your life or pretend you’re shopping and practicing prices in Spanish. You can say sentences like: Esta camiseta cuesta ocho euros / El café cuesta dos euros / Tengo tres hermanos / Voy al gimnasio cuatro veces a la semana…

  • Repetition is essential: when you are learning a new langauge, repetition is key, so don’t be afraid of repeating the numbers in Spanish multiple times because repetition helps reinforce memory and fluency.

  • Mix and match: once you’re comfortable with individual numbers from 0 to 10 in Spanish, mix up the flashcards and practice in random order to ensure you’re not just memorizing a sequence of numbers.

  • Use them daily: dedicate a few minutes each day to go through the flashcards. Consistency is crucial when you learn Spanish or any other language.

  • Apply the numbers: use the numbers in Spanish in your daily routine. For example, count in Spanish while cooking and preparing ingredients for a recipe, when you are checking the time…

And most of all… celebrate your milestones and progress!

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