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“Arréglate Conmigo” con Ale (Spanish in Context)

Here’s a collaboration that has been in the works since May of this year.

I reached out to Alejandra from the Youtube channel Ale Pro Makeup 96 to make a video on getting ready for an occasion since she does a lot of makeup vids.

Here’s what she came up with.  You can see my reaction video to seeing hers here where I get ready for a tea party.

I made a guide to go along with the video for you to follow along if you would like (see below).

She speaks fast and has a lot of words she uses.  And some words are specialized.  Things I noticed a lot were: clothing words, colors, parts of the face, words for make-upyo form, future tense

Of course there are other phrases in the video as well!

Hope you like it!  And if you do, check out Ale’s youtube channel to practice Spanish in context!

 

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03 Present Subjunctive – E in WEIRDOS

As we continue talking about the present subjunctive, we find that there is a useful acronym: WEIRDOS, which can helps us remember many of the instances where we will need the present subjunctive.

In this lesson, we’re going to go over the E in WEIRDOS, which stands for Emotions & Feelings.  So check out the video and practice afterwards to check your understanding!

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03 Forming the Present Subjunctive

¡Hola!  In this series, we’re going to be learning how to change most verbs into the Present Subjunctive and get a little bit of practice out of it!

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Explanation video:

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Get the worksheet mentioned in the video (click here).
*At 1:12 of the video, sacas should read “sacamos”.

 

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03 Vosotros Commands

¡Hola!  If you find yourself in Spain and plan on bossing around multiple people, you might want to use the  vosotros commands. In this lesson, we’ll be talking about the vosotros commands.

Keep in mind that the ustedes commands are another way to order more than one person around.

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03 Nosotros Commands

¡Hola! So if you wanted to order around a group of people you’re with (including yourself), you would need nosotros commands.  If you’re not sure what that would sound like in English, it would be like saying, “Let’s [do something]!

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03 Ustedes Commands

¡Hola!  If you’ve wanted to boss around multiple people in Spanish, then the ustedes commands are the commands for you.  Notice that in Latin America, this will be the standard way to boss around more than one person.

In Spain, you might come across the vosotros commands more often, while ustedes commands could still be used.

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03 Usted Commands

Posted by Señor Jordan on Jul 10, 2014 in -AR, -ER, -IR, agreement, commands, conjugation, grammar, reflexives, regular, stem-changers, verbs, year 3

¡Hola!  If you’ve wanted to boss someone around in Spanish but fear offending them with using the “tú” commands, then look no further!  In this lesson, we’ll be talking about how we form “usted” commands and also practice.

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03 Tú Commands + Pronouns

So we’ve been talking about tú commands: the affirmative commands & the negative commands, and something we’ll have to think about also is what to do with those pesky pronouns: direct object pronouns (me, te, lo, la, nos, *os, los, las), indirect object pronouns (me, te, le, nos, *os, les), and reflexive pronouns (me, te, se, nos, *os, se).

Check out these videos with an explanation and practice as well!

Explanation:

Practice 1: Affirmative + Pronouns

Practice 2: Negative tú commands + Pronouns

Practice 3: Affirmative & Negative Tú commands + Pronouns

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03 Negative tú commands

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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03 Affirmative Tú Commands

Posted by Señor Jordan on Feb 4, 2013 in -AR, -ER, -IR, basics, commands, conjugation, present, reflexives, regular, stem-changers, year 3

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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