Aguas de marzo

Spanish online reading and listening practice - level A2

Soledad Giménez, also known as Sole Giménez, is a Spanish singer-songwriter. She is now a solo artist but became famous in Spain with the group Presuntos Implicados who formed in the 1980s. Soledad released the song Aguas de marzo in 2009. It is the Spanish-language version of a song originally written by the Brazilian Tom Jobim. The lyrics present a series of images of what is the end of the summer in the southern hemisphere and a rainy month in Brazil. This reading and listening exercise can help you practise the verb ser, the diminutive suffix -ito and gerunds. It is suitable for level A2 Spanish students.

Exercise: Aguas de marzo

Watch the video, then read the transcript. Click any phrase for the translation and links to related grammar lessons which you can add to your Kwiziq notebook to practise later.

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Q&A relating to this exercise 1 question, 5 answers

GarryA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

A great song and video. Excellent aural exercise . . .

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Glad you enjoyed it.

GarryA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Is there a translation? I find many of the words are ambiguous . . .

GarryA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
aha! I found the click -interpreter. Very good!
JohnA2Kwiziq community member

Art Garfunkel has a nice version in English--

GarryA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Is it one of those English or Spanish words to the tune of ". . ."? Do you have a link?

A great song and video. Excellent aural exercise . . .

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