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02 Preterite Regular IR verbs

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 27, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, preterite, regular, verbs, year 2

Hola. In this video lesson, we’ll be covering the preterite (past) tense of regular -IR verbs. Please note that if a verb is a stem changer and an -IR, this video will not apply to it. Enjoy!

Please let me know if you have any questions/comments/suggestions pertaining to this video!

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02 Preterite Regular ER verbs

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 21, 2008 in conjugation, preterite, verbs, year 2

Hola a todos.  In this lesson, we’ll be continuing with the preterite.  This time, we’re covering regular -er verbs.  But just like with -ar verbs, the -er stem changers can be lumped into this group as well.  Irregulars are a completely different story and those will eventually be covered! Enjoy!

Let me know if this video lesson was helpful.  Also, questions/comments/suggestions are welcome!

Check out the preterite conjugation sheet if you’d like a summary of the preterite!

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01-026 Nouns, indefinite articles, and classroom vocabulary

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 19, 2008 in basics, grammar, vocabulary, year 1

Hola.  In this video lesson, we’ll be revisiting what we discussed in the last video so you might check that out before watching this one.  We will add to our previous knowledge on nouns and definite articles, with indefinite articles into the mix as well as continuing with the classroom vocabulary.  Make sure to check the site dictionary if you’re unsure about what those grammatical terms mean and it is still not clear in the video.

The indefinite articles (ways to say ‘a/an’ and ‘some’) are un, una, unos, unas.

Enjoy!

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01-025 Nouns, definite articles, and classroom vocabulary

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 19, 2008 in basics, grammar, vocabulary, year 1

¡Hola! This lesson is jam packed with usefulness because it talks about nouns, definite articles AND I throw in useful classroom vocabulary.  Perhaps in the future I’ll be able to do vocabulary videos.  For now, enjoy and please be kind about my artistic attempts. 🙂

In this lesson we talk about nouns and definite articles.  If you’re not sure what those are, you might check out the dictionary on the site where I define grammatical terms.  The definite articles (way to say ‘the’) in Spanish are: el, la, los, & las.  Enjoy!

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01-024 Present Tense AR verbs; all forms

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 14, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, present, verbs, year 1

Hola.  Señor Jordan here yet again.  This video lesson will be going over all of the forms of the present tense regular -AR verb.  If you haven’t looked at the previous videos in this series, you might check those out before watching this one.  Enjoy!

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01-023 Present Tense AR verbs; ellos /ellas / ustedes form

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 14, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, present, verbs, year 1

In this video lesson we’ll be going over the final form for standard Latin American Spanish.  If you remember from the video on él / ella / usted, they all shared the same form.  This also happens to ellos / ellas / ustedesEllos means ‘they’ (males & males + females), ellas means ‘they’ (females) and ustedes means ‘you all’ (plural you).  Make sure to check out the final in this video series which will review all the forms!

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01-022 Present Tense AR verbs; nosotros/nosotras form

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 14, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, present, verbs, year 1

In this video lesson, we’ll be covering the nosotros / nosotras form of the AR verbs in the present tense.  Wow, that’s a mouthful.  If you remember, nosotros means ‘we’ (males & males + females) while nosotras means ‘we’ (females).  Enjoy!

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01-021 Present Tense AR verbs; él / ella / usted

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 13, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, present, verbs, year 1

In this video lesson, we’ll be continuing on our series of how to change AR verbs into the present tense.  So far yo and had their own forms.  For él, ella and usted though, it turns out that they all share the same form.  Él means ‘he’, ella means ‘she’, and usted is ‘you’.  Enjoy!

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01-020 Present Tense AR verbs; tú form

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 13, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, present, verbs, year 1

¡Hola!  In this lesson we continue learning how to change verbs in the different forms.  This video covers the (you) form.  Remember that there are two ways to say ‘you’ in Spanish.  You might review the lesson on formal vs. informal to refresh your memory.

Enjoy!

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01019 Present Tense AR verbs; yo form

Posted by Señor Jordan on Oct 13, 2008 in conjugation, grammar, present, verbs, year 1

Hola.  In this lesson we’ll be going over the present tense of AR verbs starting with the yo form.  The yo form tends to be the most useful for people because human beings like to talk about themselves and this is the ‘I/me” form 😉

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