Elefantes facts for kids
Many students in Spanish I and II classes learn this song to help with their vocabulary and grammar.
- In Spanish I, the counting part of the song may help.
- In the case of the words veía, araña, and resistía, the tildes (accent marks) help the students with their accents and how to pronounce the words when they are present.
- The verbs ir and caber are irregular in the preterite tense, so the teacher may tell the students to sing the song as if it happened last week.
- Many young ESL students, or even grown immigrants, learn the song to help with their English.
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