Spanish Online Lessons – Compilation lessons 6 – 12

Spanish online lessons 6 – 12: 2 hs. of video learning


I have just compiled some of our first online lessons into this video down here. So today lets combine some grammar (the main group of Spanish verbs, and two of the most important Spanish verbs); we’ll learn the Spanish question words; some useful and common phrases; a practice dialogue about buying-selling; and some new Spanish vocabulary when we learn the days of the week together with their correlating planets; and we’ll learn how to count in Spanish.

This video contains the following online lessons:

Lesson 6: Days of the week and the planets (Videos 1, 2 & 3)
Lesson 7: Useful phrases (Videos 1 & 2)
Lesson 8: Spanish verbs ending in “AR” (Videos 1 & 2)
Lesson 9: Spanish verbs HABER and TENER (Videos 1 & 2)
Lesson 10: Spanish question words (Videos 1 & 2)
Lesson 11: Numbers and counting (Videos 1 & 2)
Lesson 12: Buying and Selling (Videos 1 & 2)
Don’t forget to comment or ask if you have any questions. I try not to leave any questions or doubts unanswered.

Also, I recommend all my students that follow my online courses to do the exams that I upload to my website. The topics of this lesson (Spanish online lessons 6 – 12) are included in Spanish Quiz Nbr. 2 (lessons 6 – 12).

You can find a full list of all the video lessons by clicking on the List of Lessons tab on the Main Menu.

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6 thoughts on “Spanish Online Lessons – Compilation lessons 6 – 12”

  1. I concur with Sandeep, but I also know that cost has to taken into consideration. Nevertheless, I am sure many are benefitting from the videos the way there are.
    Kindest regards,

  2. Hola, very informative website and videos. Only one suggestion. Kindly update the videos with high quality. It will be bonus for all people. :) many thanks and regards.

    1. Thanks Sandeep. Unfortunately I don’t think I can improve the quality of the old videos. I know the image is blurred at times; plus, the lighting I used was not the best. I have improved this greatly in the more recent ones, and I expect to keep on improving. If you any suggestion as to how the older ones can be improved, I welcome your idea.

  3. Hola, Hoy mis primeros pasos en este clase. Estoy en la problema con letras espanolas. En mi compudaroda yo no las pudo escribir i todos mis quizaz son mal. Que pude hacer?
    Muchas gracias por llos clses.
    Encandada Ewusia

    1. Hola Ewusia:

      Supongo que te refieres a que no sabes colocar los tildes. ¿Es correcto? Para los tildes tienes 3 alternativas:

      – Cambiar el idioma del teclado desde el Panel de Control, y seleccionar un teclado en español.
      – Usar el Código ASCII para hacer los tildes.
      – Hace un Copy – Paste: á é í ó ú Cada vez que necesites una letra, la copias y la pegas donde la necesitas.

      La opción más razonable es la 1a. Pero la 3a también puede ser una alternativa bastante práctica.

      Is that clear in Spanish, or shall I write it in English? :-D

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