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01-013 – ¿Cómo eres? – Describing your personality (part 2)

This lesson builds off of what we went over in the previous video as well as adds the concept of agreement. Basically, if I am describing a male, I have to make sure my adjective also is the male form. If I am describing a female, I have to change the adjective to the female form. Watch the video and it will (hopefully) make more sense! 🙂

Hope it was helpful. Please leave comments, questions or suggestions if you so desire.


Related video(s):

  1. How to describe people physically in Spanish!
  2. ¿Cómo eres? Describing your personality
  3. Descripciones físicas
  4. Present Tense: Ser + descriptions and physical characteristics

19 Responses

  1. ¡como te gustan esas manzanas! you are too much…..what’s your email We still talk about you here!
    Ann Pilackas

  2. Excelentes videos…..Pienso que si pudieran verse personas o imagines haciendo las acciones seria mas llamativo…..sin embargo los videos estan muy buenos…..

  3. Gracias por su comentario, Fernando. Estoy de acuerdo por completo. Si yo no tuviera trabajo de tiempo completo siempre, claro que lo haría mucho mejor pero se me hace difícil con tan poquito tiempo. 😉

  4. I love ur vids I think ur kind of funny especially in the one when u say I ardvark u lol

  5. Hola Jordan)
    Me gusta mucho your videos!!! Eres muy artístico!!! You´re a gifted teacher. Your lessons are very helpful, interesting and very easy to learn))) You’re amazing really!!!!
    I’m sure after your lessons I’ll speak spanish without any problems and very soon)))
    Muchas gracias for your hard work!!!
    Best wishes

  6. Muchas gracias Senor Jordan.
    You videos continue to amuse and educate.
    Whenever I am having trouble grasping a concept in another Spanish Language teaching site – even the amazing Rosetta Stone – I ALWAYS come here and end up “getting it”.
    Great work!
    Hasta luego

  7. Hi, I have watched only a few or your videos and find them very very good for me, as I am a complete novice at the spanish language (learning since September 2011) on the .net only, but, maybe, for the sake of a few extra seconds “vosotros” maybe could have ben included in the verb conjugations (because most europeans I know only intend going to Spain!). Also, speaking a touch slower in your native language would be helpful, because I’m sure not only me misses some of your dialogue when you are in full flow. An american accent is hard to follow for me as an engish guy when you are at full pace. Saying all that I still appreciate the time and effort that you have put in to doing what you do, and think it will be invaluable to me, and I will go through all your vids’ in order, eventualy, I hope. Finaly Mr Jordan, people like you are a credit to society and keep my faith in humanity. People like you make me tick mate. Best wishes from Glen, Manchester, England.

  8. Hi, I have watched only a few or your videos and find them very very good for me, as I am a complete novice at the spanish language (learning since September 2011) on the .net only, but, maybe, for the sake of a few extra seconds “vosotros” maybe could have been included in the verb conjugations (because most europeans I know only intend going to Spain!). Also, speaking a touch slower in your native language would be helpful, because I’m sure not only me misses some of your dialogue when you are in full flow. An american accent is hard to follow for me as an engish guy when you are at full pace. Saying all that I still appreciate the time and effort that you have put in to doing what you do, and think it will be invaluable to me, and I will go through all your vids’ in order, eventualy, I hope. Finaly Mr Jordan, people like you are a credit to society and keep my faith in humanity. People like you make me tick mate. Best wishes from Glen, Manchester, England.

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