Hey everyone! Sr. Jordan here. I’m excited to tell you that I am working on a LOT of new grammar videos and should have them starting to come out this February.
I’m currently working on some basic stuff (comparisons, and others), some intermediate stuff (ser vs. estar, affirmative and negative expressions, impersonal se) and will also even get to some more advanced grammar (commands, subjunctive) which many have requested!
So please check back in early February!
Then I’ll be uploading probably the first Monday of each month with new videos.
Hello everyone. So I understand that some of you are learners who would like to download these lessons to your ipod or you’re teachers who would like to download them to show them in your classes.
On this post, I’ll give you an idea on how to go about doing that.
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Hola. In this video lesson we’re going to be talking about another incredibly useful verb in the present tense: hacer. Enjoy!
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Hola. In this video lesson, we’ll be talking about negative tú commands. I would love to tell you that these are just like affirmative tú commands except for with a no before. But I would be lying.
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Hola. In this lesson, we’re continuing our series on comparisons. So far we have learned how to compare most things that are unequal. In this video, we’ll be going over a few more ways to compare unequal things with some irregular comparisons.
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Or practice your own sentences with irregular comparisons.
Hola. In this video lesson we’re going to be learning how to compare things that are unequal! To do that, we’ll need más (more), menos (less), que (than) and a whole lot of alligators!
Hola. Here’s a lesson to help you with affirmative tú commands. We use these when we want to tell someone we are comfortable with to do something. The formula in this video will be useful for most verbs in Spanish. There are some that are irregular though, which we’ll talk about in the next video.
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Hola. In this video lesson we’re going to continue talking about the affirmative tú commands. While most of the verbs are pretty easy (as we saw in the first video on this topic), of course there have to be some irregular commands. And the best part is they are all some of the most common Spanish verbs!
Here’s an interactive story that I in the process of making on Youtube with the help of those who left comments. Every episode is in order. Just go down to watch the next video. To vote on the storyline, go to click on the youtube video a few times and it should take you to the Youtube page.
Hola. In this video lesson, we’ll be tackling one of my favorite tenses: the conditional. The conditional is generally used to mean “would”. It is often used when talking about abstract concepts, unlikely things, or the impossible. It’s formed in a similar way as the future tense. In this video we’ll be going over the regular verbs as well as the irregular verbs in this tense.
Please leave any comments, questions or your own answer to the last question below!
In this video lesson we’re going to be talking about Indirect Objects. We use Indirect Objects to generally when something happens to someone or for someone. In Spanish, the pronouns: me, te, le, nos, and les will be used to express this idea.
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