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The Months of the year + a song!

Posted by Señor Jordan on Jan 5, 2017 in basic, basics, information, misc, nouns, random, song, vocabulary, year 1

I’ve been wanting to redo a lot of my oldest videos. It just so happens that Lucas and I were able to make one.  But he was a little self-conscious about how he looks lately so he decided we should try to pull it off as cartoons! Hope you enjoy.

So in this video, we’ll talk about Los meses or “the months”.

I think it has a nice blend of information, basic Spanish, other Spanish phrases, and droll humor.

Stay tuned for vocabulary lists at the end!

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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“! 😉

Vocabulario:
Included at the end of the video!

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Describing people physically in Spanish!

Here’s a new video with Cartoony Señor Jordan that goes over some of the common forms of ser (to be) in context with different physical description words!

And there is a word bank at the end of the video if it helps!

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How to say “the” in Spanish

Posted by Señor Jordan on Jul 22, 2016 in agreement, basic, basics, grammar, nouns, year 1

¡Hola a todos! Hope you’re doing well.  Here’s a new video on a simple concept the word: the. Yet for whatever reason there are four different words in Spanish for the!  Why is that?!

Watch the video to learn more as to why, and if you figure it out, write your answer in the comments section below.

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Colors Song!

Posted by Señor Jordan on Feb 15, 2016 in agreement, basic, basics, conjugation, information, misc, nouns, random, Ser vs estar, song, verbs, vocabulary, year 1

Here’s a fun little song I came up with to help with colors, animals and some high frequency words!

Let me know what you think!

Some asked for a coloring sheet to use with the video. Here are two different ones. Let me know if you had a better idea for how I could make them. I figured in one they could write the colors in and in the other they can just colors in the colors and the animals!
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Weather Song – Canción del tiempo y el clima

Posted by Señor Jordan on Nov 7, 2015 in vocabulary, weather, year 1

Here’s a song to help with some phrases over weather in Spanish! Enjoy and feel free to sing along!

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01 Direct Objects song! (Lo, La, Los, Las)

Posted by Señor Jordan on May 3, 2015 in agreement, basic, basics, direct objects, grammar, song, year 1

Here’s a song to help you with understanding how to use the direct objects (lo, la, los, las) quickly and easily!

Leave any questions or comments below and feel free to sing along!

Enjoy!

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Learn Spanish in a Natural Way!

Posted by Señor Jordan on Mar 24, 2015 in agreement, basic, basics, information, random, year 1

Here’s a blog that I started to accompany the “mono” story I’ve been working on every so often.

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The idea is to learn Spanish in a more natural, repetitive way.

It’s more focused on high frequency structures (goes, likes, wants, needs) and less on long vocabulary lists.  Check it out and let me know what you think!

And I’ve also been adding additional guided questions in every post for people who wanted additional practice or guidance as they watch the vids!

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