Spanish lessons Nbr. 75 – 87
(Compilation Nbr. 9)
This new series of Spanish lessons consists basically of these three topics:
- Main Spanish verbs
- Names of Spanish relatives and family members
- Twin words in Spanish that are spelled almost identical and that sound the same, but have different meaning. Or how to “tilde” or Spanish accent can change the meaning of a word
Little by little I’m managing to compile the vast amount of topics and tutorials into these series of compiled Spanish lessons. Each one of these has a corresponding Test or Quiz that will help you to practice and to find out how much you are learning.
I have put a lot of effort, good-will and enthusiasm in this program, and I’m certain that if you follow this course from the beginning, apply yourself and do all the Spanish Tests after finishing each series, you will finish with a pretty good level.
As for conversational Spanish, it’s very important that you practice. You have to train your conversation skills, and your hearing. In relation to this, I recommend my students to take a look at Lesson 218 – Tips for learning Spanish – Videos 1 & 2
This video contains the following Spanish lessons:
- Lesson 75: Verb HABER (Past Present Future)
- Lesson 76: Verb HABER (Past Present Future) – Sentences
- Lesson 77: Verb TENER (to have) in Past Present Future
- Lesson 78: Verb TENER (to have) in Past Present Future – Sentence
- Lesson 79: Names of Family Members Part 1
- Lesson 80: Names of Family Members Part 1 – Sentences
- Lesson 81: Dónde está – Where is/Where is it
- Lesson 82: Names of Family Members Part 2
- Lesson 83: Names of Family Members Part 2 – Sentences
- Lesson 84: Spanish Words that begin with Capital Letter
- Lesson 85: Question Words and its Twin Words – Part 1
- Lesson 86: Question Words and its Twin Words – Part 2
- Lesson 87: Question Words and its Twin Words Part 3
Remember that you can find a full list of all the Spanish lessons by clicking on the List of Lessons tab on the Main Menu.
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