Who’s that present for? Who did you go to the movies with? Sure, grammar rules tell us not to end sentences with prepositions in English, but we hear it all of the time!
Spanish, on the other hand, is a different story. This contrast leads us to such mistakes as “*Quién es este regalo para?”
In this video lesson, I explain how to understand and fix the common error of ending phrases with prepositions in Spanish.
Want to test your knowledge before you get started? Here is a free handout:
HANDOUT: Errores comunes. Terminar una frase con una preposición
Try it before watching the video, try again after the lesson is finished, and then check the answer key!
ANSWER KEY Errores comunes. Terminar una frase con una preposición
Enjoy the video!
Also, here is the lyric video for the song I mention in the video, “¿Con quién se queda el perro?” by Jesse &Joy.
Here’s the 5th video of the “Errores comunes” series!
Here’s the image I used in the video:
Tu mejor maestro es tu último error.
How are you liking the “Errores comunes” video series? I´m really enjoying making the videos! I´d love to hear your feedback. I´m open to any suggestions!
El único hombre que no se equivoca es el que nunca hace nada.
My students have their first in-class compositions soon, so I finally started my “Errores comunes” video series. I’ve been keeping record of the most common mistakes I see in student compositions for a few years now, so I hope this series will be helpful! In this video, I hope to help them learn to say “divertirse” instead of “tener divertido”. Any feedback is welcome, and I would really appreciate if you give the video a “like” on Youtube or even subscribe to my channel!