Hola. In this video lesson, we’ll be tackling one of my favorites: the conditional. The conditional is generally used to mean “would”. While some refer to it as a tense, it is really a mood. 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.
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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.
Hola. In this lesson, we’ll be talking about verbs that go through a change in the middle. We call them stem-changing verbs. In this video, we discuss one type, those that change from e-i. If you remember the verb decir, the other verbs in this video change in a similar way.
Here’s another lesson about a verb that changes a little strangely in the present tense. It’s a common verb though so we should probably go over it. The verb is decir and it means “to say” or “to tell.”
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