¿Qué es una colocación?
In this video, we have an ejercicio de colocaciones en Español. You are probably wondering what a colocación is. A colocación is made up of two words or more that are commonly used together. Some examples in English of this would be…
Go bad, Keep quiet, Go bald, Get lost, and Keep calm
Now that we know what a colocación is we are ready to start looking at colocaciones en Español. This ejercicio de colocaciones will have a story that has 5 colocaciones. See if you can figure out the meaning of each one by the context of the sentence. Maria will break down each on and provide more examples to make sure everything is clear. At the end of the video, there will be a quiz for you to test your understanding of this topic.
Are you ready?
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