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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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-ER / -IR Imperfect endings song!

Posted by Señor Jordan on Feb 15, 2015 in -ER, -IR, agreement, conjugation, grammar, imperfect, past tense, reflexives, regular, song, verbs, year 2

Hola. In this video, we’re going to be tackling those -ER & -IR verbs in the imperfect tense in order to talk about what a person did, used to do, or would do in the past.

In the video, I’ll give you an easy formula to remember those endings to a familiar melody!

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01 Present Tense -AR verb endings song!

Posted by Señor Jordan on Feb 7, 2015 in -AR, agreement, basics, conjugation, grammar, present, regular, verbs, year 1

Here’s a little video to help you with all of the AR verb endings in the present tense in Spanish!  It explains how to remove the -ar from the end of the verb and then add the endings. And hopefully it gets stuck in your head due to its catchiness!

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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:

Practice 1 video:

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

 

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03 Present Subjunctive – WEIRDOS summary

If you’ve already watched the introduction to the present subjunctive, here is a video that summarizes a helpful acronym: WEIRDOS.

This acronym is used by Spanish teachers to explain many of the uses of the present subjunctive in Spanish.

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03 Present Subjunctive – Introduction

A lot of people have been requesting a series on the subjunctive!  So here is the intro to the series.  In this I go over a concept that kind of blew my mind when I heard it from a college professor.

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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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02 Possessive Pronouns

Posted by Señor Jordan on Jun 26, 2014 in adjectives, agreement, grammar, possessives, year 2

Hola.  In this lesson, we’ll be learning how to use Possessive Pronouns.  These are actually quite similar to Stressed Possessive Adjectives.

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02 Impersonal Se / Passive Se

Posted by Señor Jordan on Jun 23, 2014 in agreement, basic, grammar, impersonal se, verbs, year 2

Hola.  So in this lesson we’re going to continue talking about using the word “se” similarly to how we did in the videos on “se permite” and “se prohíbe“.

At times the “se” gives off the idea of “you [do something]” without saying “you”.  Other times, we might translate it to “one does something” or “something is done”.

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