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01-030 Preposición – Con

Posted by Señor Jordan on Dec 1, 2008 in grammar, prepositions, year 1 |

Hola. In this video lesson we’ll be going over the preposición (preposition): con.

Con means ‘with’ and is fairly simple to use.  We can basically just place any noun after con to mean ‘with [noun]’.  There are two words that don’t follow any rhyme or reason though.  Well they do rhyme.  So I’ll give them that.

conmigo (with me);  contigo (with you)

Hope the video is helpful!

Let me know if you have any questions/comments/suggestions about this video lesson.

Vocabulario:
conmigo – with me
contigo – with you (familiar)
con él – with him
con ella – with her
con usted – with you (formal)
con nosotros – with us
con nosotras – with us (females)
con ellos – with them
con ellas – with them (females)
con ustedes – with you all

el profesor – teacher
la profesora – teacher (female)
los estudiantes – students
los animales – animals
el inglés – English
las matemáticas – math
el arte – art
la televisión – television / tv
ir – to go
la fiesta – party
mis amigos – my friends
estudiar – to study
cantar – to sing
hablar (por teléfono) – to talk (on the phone)
practicar deportes – to practice sports
tocar la guitarra – to play guitar
cocinar – to cook
el cine – the movies/movie theater
los chicos – boys
las chicas – girls
quién – who?
la escuela – school

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6 Comments

Oli
Jan 11, 2012 at 8:54 pm

You’ re great!
I really enjoy learning spanish with your videos
Muchos Gracias!


 
Libby Joy
Jan 31, 2012 at 11:30 am

Senor Jordan,
Why are there spaces between con and ella and con ellos (etc.)? You are great!
LibbyJoy


 
Janice Oxford
Feb 7, 2012 at 10:37 pm

Your instructions are a gReat help
Gracias


 
irefusetotellyoumyname
Nov 8, 2012 at 9:04 pm

Muchas gracias Sr. Jordan!


 
JOYCE
May 9, 2013 at 2:55 pm

Profe –
I LOVE your videos. Excellent reinforcements and review for students! In your future videos, might you include estar + prepositions? I see that you address estar + places but, it would be helpful if you could add preposition words with places. Thank you for all that you do!


 
A.J.
Feb 22, 2016 at 11:30 am

Would it be correct to say “?Vas a la escuela con quien?


 

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