List of lessons

Free Spanish Course – List of lessons and Quizzes

 

Per Robert’s request :-) here I’m posting a Spanish lessons list with all the video-lessons and postings. I hope it makes it easier to search for an old lesson. I will be linking it to the lessons in the Archive:

Compiled Video-Lessons:

 

Lessons 1 – 5 (Compilation #1)

Lessons 6 – 12 (Compilation #2)

Lessons 13 – 19 (Compilation #3)

Lessons 20 – 26 (Compilation #4)

Lessons Nbr. 27 – 34 (Compilation #5)

Lessons Nbr. 35 – 46 (Compilation #6)

Lessons Nbr. 47 – 61 (Compilation #7)

Lessons 62 – 74 (Compilation #8)

Lessons 75 – 87 (Compilation #9)

Lessons 88 – 101 (Compilation #10)

Lessons 102 – 115 (Compilation #11)

Lessons 116 – 125 (Compilation #12)

Lessons 126 – 137 (Compilation #13)

Lessons 138 – 147 (Compilation #14): Spanish conjugation

Lessons 148 – 154 (Compilation #15): Subjunctive Spanish conjugation and more

Lessons 155 – 162 (Compilation #16)

 

Spanish Quizzes

 

Spanish Quiz 01: Lessons 1 – 5

Spanish Quiz 02: Lessons 6 – 12

Spanish Quiz 03: Lessons 13 – 19

Spanish Quiz 04: Lessons 20 – 26

Spanish Quiz 05: Lessons 27 – 34

Spanish Quiz 06: Lessons 35 – 46

Spanish Quiz 07: Lessons 47 – 61

Spanish Quiz 08: Lessons 62 – 74

Spanish Quiz 09: Lessons 75 – 87

 

Notes from the Spanish lessons compilations:

 

Spanish Notes #1: Lessons 1 – 5

Spanish Notes #2: Lessons 6 – 12

Spanish Notes #3: Lessons 13 – 19

Spanish Notes #4: Lessons 20 – 26

Spanish Notes #5: Lessons 35 – 46

Spanish Notes #6: Lessons 47 – 61

Spanish notes #7: Lessons 62 – 74

 

Complete List of Lessons:

 

Lesson 0: Welcome video

Lesson 1: The Spanish alphabet and it’s pronunciation

Lesson 2: Subject Pronouns in Spanish and Spanish verbs

Lesson 3: Spanish pronunciation and phonetics

Lesson 4: Spanish verbs SER and ESTAR

Lesson 5: Basic Spanish vocab and phrases

Lesson 6: Spanish days of the week and more

Lesson 7: Useful Spanish phrases

Lesson 8: Spanish verbs that end in AR

Song lyrics: Loco – Enrique iglesias

Lesson 9: Spanish verbs HABER and TENER

Lesson 10: Spanish question words

Lesson 11: The numbers in Spanish

Lesson 12: Simple Spanish sentences: Buying and Selling

Lesson 13: Conversational Spanish: Buying and Selling

Lesson 14: Spanish pronouns This That These Those

Lesson 15: Seasons, weather and months in Spanish

Review of Previous Lessons

Lesson 16: Spanish articles: Definite and Indefinite

Spanish Review

Lesson 17: Spanish verbs that end in ER

Lessons Review

Lesson 18: QUERER: Verb TO WANT in Spanish

Spanish Review Nbr. 4

Lesson 19: Whats the time in Spanish – Part 1

Spanish Lesson Review Nbr. 5

Lesson 20: What’s the time in Spanish – Part 2

Lesson 21: Spanish verbs that end in IR

Lesson 22: Spanish Prepositions

Lesson 23: Spanish Possessive Adjectives

Christmas and New Year Vocabulary

Lesson 24: Spanish phrases using Possessive Adjectives

Lesson 25: Spanish verbs QUERER & IR (to want & to go)

Lesson 26: Learn adjectives in Spanish

Lesson 27: The Spanish colors

Study Spanish 28: The weather in Spanish

Lesson 29: Prepositional Pronouns in Spanish

Lesson 30: Possessive Pronouns in Spanish

Lessons 31: Why Because in Spanish

Lesson 32: Countable and Uncountable in Spanish

Lesson 33: Spanish Prepositions

Lesson 34: Spanish prepositions & Sentences in Spanish

Lesson 35: Basic Spanish conversation

Lesson 36: Comparative and Superlative

Lesson 37: Cont. Comparative and Superlative

Lesson 38: Abstract Superlative

Lesson 39: Comparative and Superlative Examples

Lesson 40: Cuándo y Cuando – When and When

Lesson 41: Spanish verb HACER

Lesson 42: Examples with Spanish verb HACER

Lesson 43: Spanish Possessive Pronouns – Review

Lesson 44: Las cuatro estaciones – The four seasons in Spanish

Lesson 45: Spanish adjectives and sets of opposites

Lesson 46: Cont. Spanish adjectives and sets of opposites

Lesson 47: Spanish sentences – Spanish adjectives and sets of opposites

Lesson 48: More Spanish adjectives and sets of opposites

Lesson 49: Spanish sentences – Spanish adjectives and sets of opposites

Lesson 50: Spanish Positional and directional words

Lesson 51: Sentences with Spanish positional and directional words

Lesson 52: Spanish Conjunctive Words

Lesson 53: Spanish Conjunctive Words

Lesson 54: Conjugating Future Tense in Spanish

Lesson 55: Cont. Conjugating Future Tense in Spanish

Lesson 56: The Spanish Formal Subject Pronoun “USTED”

Lesson 57: Spanish Unstressed Possessive Adjectives

Lesson 58: Sentences using Spanish Unstressed Possessive Adjectives

Lesson 59: Spanish Stressed Possessive Adjectives

Lesson 60: Sentences using Spanish Stressed Possessive Adjectives

Lesson 61: Spanish Possessive Pronouns

Lesson 62: Spanish Possessive Pronouns – Part 2 (cont.)

Lesson 63: Huge numbers – Typical confusion with Spanish numbers

Lesson 64: Spanish Preposition “DE” (OF)

Lesson 65: Spanish pronunciation

Lesson 66: Spanish helpful phrases and sentences

Lesson 67: Naming the Parts of the Body in Spanish – Part 1

Lesson 68: Naming the Parts of the Body – Part 2

Lesson 69: Few Vs Little – Countable-Uncountable

Lesson 70: Few Vs Little (Sentences) Countable / Uncountable

Lesson 71: Spanish verb SER (to be) in Past Present Future – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 72: Spanish Verb SER (to be) in Past, Present and Future – Sentences

FYI to students: Days 1-5 of March, go to my Youtube channel to watch the daily lessons

Lesson 73: Spanish verb ESTAR in Past Present Future

Lesson 74: Spanish verb ESTAR in Past Present Future – Sentences

Lesson 75: Spanish verb HABER (Past Present Future)

Lesson 76: Spanish verb HABER (Past Present Future) – Sentences – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 77: Spanish verb TENER (to have) in Past Present Future

Lesson 78: Spanish verb TENER (to have) in Past Present Future – Sentences

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 start with Capital Letter

Lesson 85: Question Words in Spanish and their Twin Words – Part 1

Lesson 86: Question Words in Spanish and their Twin Words – Part 2, Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 87: Question Words in Spanish and their Twin Words Part 3 – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 88: Spanish words – hambre/sed/comer/beber (hunger/thirst/eat/drink) – Sentences Video 2/2

Lesson 89: Fácil Vs. difícil (easy Vs. difficult)

Lesson 90: Spanish pronunciation letters G and J

Lesson 91: Spanish pronunciation letters I and Y

Lesson 92: Spanish pronunciation letters Q and K

Lesson 93: Spanish pronunciation letter H

Lesson 94: Spanish phrase of the day: Tener la culpa (to be to blame)

Lesson 95: Adverb adjective DEMASIADO (too)

Lesson 96: Adverb adjective DEMASIADO (too) – Sentences

Lesson 97: Names of Family Members Part 3

Lesson 98: Names of Family Members Part 3 – Sentences

Lesson 99: Conditional Conjunctions

Lesson 100: Spanish conjunctions “y/e” “o/u” “ni”

Lesson 101 – Spanish verb ABRIR in Past Present Future Imperative

Lesson 102 – Past Present Future Imperative – Spanish regular verbs than end in IR (Verb VIVIR to live)

Lesson 103 – Spanish expression “como loco”

Lesson 104 – TENGO QUE (I have to)

Lesson 105 – Medios de transporte (Means of transportation in Spanish)

Lesson 106 – Means of transportation in Spanish – Sentences

Lesson 107 – Names of animals in Spanish Part 1

Lesson 108 – Names of animals in Spanish Part 2

Lesson 109 – Names of animals in Spanish – Sentences

Lesson 110 – Ways of greeting in Spanish

Lesson 111 – A mí me gusta (I like) – Phrase of the day

Lesson 112 – A mí me gusta (I like) -Sentences – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 113 – Names of fruits in Spanish

Lesson 114 – Names of vegetables in Spanish

Lesson 115 – Names of food in Spanish

Lesson 116 – Spanish words for food – Sentences – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 117 – Spanish vocabulary: eating and cooking – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 118 – Spanish vocabulary: eating & cooking – Sentences – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 119 – Tener que/Hay que (smbdy has to/one has to) – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 120 – Uso de verbos reflexivos – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 121 – Special case: Fem. nouns with “A”

Lesson 122 – Classification of the Spanish verbs

Lesson 123 – Spanish conjunctions of contrast -Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 124 – Spanish prepositions con/sin (with/without)

Lesson 125 – Spanish adverb TAN (So) Tanto Tanta (So much) Tantos Tantas (so many) – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 126 – Spanish verbs SER & ESTAR (to be): How and when to use each-Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 127 – False friends/False cognates – Class 1 – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 128 – False friends/False cognates 2 – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 129 – False Friends / False cognates 3

Lesson 130 – Conjugating regular verbs: Simple Present – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 131 – Conjugating regular verbs: Simple Past

Lesson 132 – Conjugating the Spanish regular verbs: Simple Future

Lesson 133 – Conjugating the regular verbs: Future 2

Lesson 134 – Conjugating the regular verbs: Present Continuous

Lesson 135 – Conjugation tense: Pretérito Imperfecto del Indicativo

Lesson 136 – Conjugation tense: Spanish Imperative in the Affirmative – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 137 – Conjugation tense: Imperativo Negativo

Lesson 138 – Conjugation: Spanish Conditional Simple tense

Lesson 139 – Conjugation tense: Conditional Perfect – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 140 – Tense: Spanish Present Perfect (Pretérito Perfecto del Modo Indicativo)

Lesson 141 – Conjugation: Past Perfect (Pret.Pluscuamperfecto del Indicativo)

Lesson 142 –  Tense: Pret. Anterior del Indicativo (Past Perfect) – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 143 – Tense: Spanish Future Perfect (Futuro Perfecto del Indicativo) – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 144 – Tense: Spanish Past Simple Continuous

Lesson 145 – Spanish Future Continuous tense

Lesson 146 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Presente del Subjuntivo – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 147 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Pret. Imperfecto – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 148 – Spanish Future Subjunctive Tense – Video 1 & 2

Lesson 149 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Present Perfect – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 150 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Past Perfect – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 151 – Spanish Subjunctive tense: Future Perfect – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 152 – Spanish Alphabet: Words beginning with A – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 153 – Spanish conjugation: AMAR (to love) – Videos 1, 2 and 3

Lesson 154 – Spanish irregular verbs: ANDAR (to go/to walk) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 155 – Spanish Alphabet: B – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 156 – Spanish conjugation: BENDECIR (to bless) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 157 – Spanish Modal Verbs – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 158 – Spanish Modal Verb PODER (to can) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 159 – Spanish Modal Verb QUERER (to want) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 160 – Spanish verb TENER (to have) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 161 – Examples using Spanish verb TENER – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 162 – Spanish Alphabet: C – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 163 – Spanish reflexive verbs: CAERSE (to fall) – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 164 – Spanish verbs: CAER (to fall) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 165 – Spanish verbs: CONTAR (to tell/to count) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 166 – Spanish tenses: Pret. Imperfecto Vs Pret. Indefinido – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 167 – Spanish verbs and grammar (Practice lesson)

Lesson 168 – Spanish grammar and verbs (Practice lesson) Video 1/2

Lesson 168 – Spanish grammar and verbs (Practice lesson) Video 2/2

Lesson 169 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 170 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 171 – Spanish practice lesson – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 172 – Spanish practice lesson – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 173 – Spanish Alphabet: D – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 174 – Spanish verb DECIR (to say / to tell) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 175 – Spanish verb DAR (to give) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 176 – Spanish verb DORMIR (to sleep) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 177 – Sensations and feelings in Spanish

Lesson 178 – Names of sports in Spanish

Lesson 179 – Spanish practice lesson – Videos 1 and 2

Lesson 180 – Spanish tongue twisters 1

Lesson 181 – Spanish tongue twisters 2

Lesson 182 – Spanish tongue twisters 3

Lesson 183 – Spanish tongue twisters 4

Lesson 184 – Spanish tongue twisters 5

Lesson 185 – Spanish tongue twisters 6

Lesson 186 – Spanish tongue twisters 7 – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 187 – Spanish Alphabet: E – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 188 – Spanish verb ESTAR (to be) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 189 – Spanish verb ELEGIR (to choose) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 190 – Spanish verb EXCLUIR (to exclude) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 191 – Tú Vs Usted (Informal Vs Formal)

Lesson 192 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 193 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 194 – Spanish tongue twisters 8 – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 195 – Spanish tongue twisters 9

Lesson 196 – Spanish Alphabet: F – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 197 – Spanish verb FOTOGRAFIAR (to photograph) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 198 – Spanish verb FLUIR (to flow) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 199 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 200 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 201 – Spanish tongue twisters 10

Lesson 202 – Spanish tongue twisters 11

Lesson 203 – Spanish Alphabet: G – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 204 – Spanish verb GOBERNAR (to govern) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 205 – Spanish verb GEMIR (to moan) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 206 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 207 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 208 – Spanish tongue twisters 12

Lesson 209 – Spanish tongue twisters 13

Lesson 210 – Spanish Alphabet: H – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 211 – Spanish verb HABER (to have / to be) – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 212 – How to use Spanish verb HABER

Lesson 213 – Spanish practice lesson – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 214 – Spanish practice lesson – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson215 – Spanish tongue twisters 14 – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 216 – Spanish tongue twisters 15

Lesson 217 – Spanish Alphabet: “I” – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 218 – Tips for learning Spanish – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 219 – Spanish practice lesson – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 220 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 221 – Spanish tongue twisters 16

Lesson 222 – Spanish tongue twisters 17

Lesson 223 – Spanish Alphabet: J – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 224 – Spanish verb JUZGAR (to judge/consider)

Lesson 225 – Spanish verb JUSTIFICAR (to justify)

Lesson 226 – CADA (each)/CADA UNO (each one)

Lesson 227 – Spanish comparatives and superlatives

Lesson 228 – Spanish practice lesson – Cuánto/a Vs. Cuántos/as

Lesson 229 – Practice Lesson (What’s the time)  Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 230 – Spanish tongue twisters 18

Lesson 231 – Spanish tongue twisters 19

Lesson 232 – Spanish Alphabet: K & L – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 233 – Spanish verb LEER (to read)

Lesson 234 – Cada cuánto/a Vs. Cada cuántos/as

Lesson 235 – DEBO, DEBERÍA, TENGO QUE, TENDRÍA QUE…

Lesson 236 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 237 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 238 – Spanish tongue twisters 20

Lesson 239 – Spanish tongue twisters 21

Lesson 240 – Spanish Alphabet: M – verbs, animals, false friends, etc – Videos 1 & 2

Lesson 241 – Spanish verb MENTIR (to lye)

Lesson 242 – Spanish verb MORIR (to die)

Lesson 243 – Spanish verb MALDECIR (to curse)

Lesson 244: Names of jobs in Spanish – Part 1

Lesson 245: Names of jobs in Spanish – Part 2

Lesson 246 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 247 – Spanish practice lesson

Lesson 248 – Spanish tongue twisters Nbr. 22

Lesson 249 – Spanish tongue twisters  Nbr. 23

Lesson 250 – Spanish Alphabet: N – verbs, animals, false friends, etc

Lesson 251 – Learn Spanish verbs: NACER (to be born)

Lesson 252: Learning Spanish verbs: NEGAR (to deny)

Lesson 253: How to conjugate verbs in Spanish – verb NEVAR

Lesson 254: Travel words in Spanish – Why do we travel?

Spanish lessons 255: Spanish phone conversation

Lessons 256: Spanish review – How are you feeling?

Lesson 257: Practice in Spanish – Spanish conjugation

Lesson 258: Tongue twisters in Spanish Nbr. 24

Lesson 259: Tongue twisters in Spanish 25

Lesson 260 – Spanish words that start with Ñ

Lesson 261 – How to pronounce in Spanish correctly

Lesson 262 – Spanish pronunciation or Spanish phonetics

Lesson 263 – Spanish verb DECIR (to say)

Lesson 264 – Spanish Alphabet: O – verbs, animals, false friends, etc (Video 1/2)

Lesson 264 – Spanish Alphabet: O – verbs, animals, false friends, etc (Video 2/2)

Lesson 265 – Spanish verb OÍR (to hear) (Video 1/2)

Lesson 265 – Spanish verb OÍR (to hear) (Video 2/2)

Lesson 266 – Spanish verb OLER (to smell) (Video 1/2)

Lesson 266 – Spanish verb OLER (to smell) (Video 2/2)

Lesson 267 – Spanish verb OBTENER (to get) (Video 1/2)

Lesson 267 – Spanish verb OBTENER (to get) (Video 2/2)

Lesson 268 – Review of Spanish conjugations

Lesson 269 – Review of Spanish conjugations (Video 1/2)

Lesson 269 – Review of Spanish conjugations (Video 2/2)

Lesson 270 – Review of Spanish conjugations

Lesson 271 – Review of Spanish conjugations (Video 1/2)

Lesson 271 – Review of Spanish conjugations (Video 2/2)

Lesson 272 – Spanish tongue twisters 26

Lesson 273 – Spanish tongue twisters 27

Lesson 274 – Spanish Alphabet: P – verbs, animals, false friends, etc (Video 1/2)

Lesson 274 – Spanish Alphabet: P – verbs, animals, false friends, etc (Video 2/2)

Lesson 275 – Spanish verb PROBARSE (to try on) (Video 1/2)

Lesson 275 – Spanish verb PROBARSE (to try on) (Video 2/2)

Lesson 276 – Spanish verb PONERSE (to put-on) (Video 1/2)

Lesson 276 – Spanish verb PONERSE (to put-on) (Video 2/2)

Lesson 277 – Spanish phonetics

Lesson 278 – Spanish phonetics

Lesson 279 – Spanish modal verb HAY QUE

Lesson 280 – DÓNDE (w/tilde) Vs DONDE (w/o tilde)

Lesson 281 – Timeline of main religions in the world

Lesson 282 – Main religions by number of adherents

Lesson 283 – Spanish verb HABER and Spanish verb TENER

Lesson 284 – Alternative use of Spanish verb HABER (to be)

Lesson 285 – Spanish Alphabet: Q – verbs, animals, false friends, etc (Video 1/2)

Lesson 285 – Spanish Alphabet: Q – verbs, animals, false friends, etc (Video 2/2)

Lesson 286 – Spanish verb QUEBRAR (to break/to crack) (Video 1/2)

Lesson 286 – Spanish verb QUEBRAR (to break/to crack) (Video 2/2)

Lesson 287 – Top 12 largest countries in the world

Lesson 288 – Spanish Ordinal Numbers

Lesson 289: Simple Spanish dialogue: Inside a taxi

Lesson 290 – Expressing feelings and sensations in Spanish

Lesson 291: Spanish position words

Lesson 292: Spanish tongue twister 28

Lesson 293: Spanish tongue twister 29

Lesson 294: Spanish accent rules (tildes) – Rule 1

Lesson 295: Spanish diphthongs & hiatus – Part1

Lesson 296: Spanish diphthongs & hiatus – Part 2

Lesson 297: Tilde Spanish – Rule Nbr. 2 of Spanish accents

Lesson 298: 3rd Rule of Spanish accents

Lesson 299: 4th Rule of Spanish accents

Lessons 300: Spelling in Spanish

Lesson 301: HAY in Spanish (There is-There are)

Lesson 302: Spanish prepositions – The Spanish preposition EN

Lesson 303: Spanish pronouns (Imperative-Affirmative)

Lesson 304: Spanish pronouns (Imperative-Affirmative) – Part 2

Lesson 305: Subjunctive Spanish put simple

Lesson 306: Questions in Spanish and common answers

Lesson 307: Spanish Idioms & Reflexive verbs Spanish

Lesson 308: Speaking in Spanish (with SUBTITLES and Translation)

Lesson 309: How to speak Spanish (with SUBTITLES & Translation)

Lesson 310: Fluency in Spanish (with SUBTITLES & Translation)

Lesson 311: Coconut oil for cooking (SUBTITLED)

Lesson 312: Spanish oral exercises – What comes next (SUBTITLED)

Lesson 313: Learn Spanish 313: 10 most used Spanish verbs (WITH SUBTITLES)

 

English lessons for Spanish speakers with Subtitles and Translation text boxes:

 

Clase 277: Tips para hablar y mejorar en inglés (subtitulado)

Clase 278: Entrevista en ingles – Como hablar ingles (subtitulado)

Clase 279: Clase de ingles conversacional (subtitulado)

Clase 280: Como hablar ingles fluido (subtitulado)

4 thoughts on “List of lessons”

  1. Hola Rodrigo,
    Muchas gracias por la lista de clase.
    Es una grande ayuda por la repeticion de las lecciones.
    Saludos cordiales
    Roberto de Suiza

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