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Using De + possessed objects!

Posted by Señor Jordan on Dec 10, 2016 in basic, basics, grammar, possessives, prepositions, random, year 1

I’ve been wanting to make a video for a long time on how we use “de” for possessions since in English we say, “[person]’s ___” and in Spanish it’s a little different. Enjoy!

Please leave any questions or comments related to the video below.

And have a great “de“! 😉

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01 Personal A

Posted by Señor Jordan on Nov 1, 2010 in basics, grammar, prepositions, present, year 1

¡Hola alumnos cibernéticos!

So it turns out that there are many aspects about the Spanish language that can be confusing to learners because in English, nothing like this exists.  One such thing that can confuse non-native speakers is the Personal A.  In this video below I explain the Personal A and show how to use it.

Leave any questions, comments or suggestions below. 🙂

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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!

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