El Presente- Indicativo
Verbos Regulares - Gangnam Style
Verbos Regulares con Terminaciones -AR, -ER, -IR
Verbos IRREGULARES - YO forms
Verbos: STEM CHANGING VERBS (BOOT VERBS)
1. Contrasting Actions in the Past
2. Contrasting Actions in the Past: Part 1
3. Contrasting Actions in the Past: Part 2
4. After watching the above 3 videos, go to the opposite column, PRACTICAR and select "Colby Grammar Exercises." An index of various gramar exercises appears on the right side of the page. Select "Preterit vs. Imperfect." Then complete the exercises "Superhombre" y "Superhombre en Chile." These will help you apply what you reviewed/learned in the 3 videos above.
1. What's a Reflexive Verb anyway and How to Conjugate Reflexive Verbs? Click here to get an introduction: TAKE NOTES!!
2. YouTube Song
Spanish Question Words:
1a. Question Words (Interrogatives)
1b. Cantar las palabras interrogativas!
1b. Asking Questions Part 1
1c. Asking Questions Part 2
1d. Canción 2 de Preguntas
Different Uses for the Pronoun "SE"
SER vs. ESTAR
1. Watch VIDEO #1 here for introducing SER y ESTAR. Be sure to take notes to help you when you practice.
2. Watch this video for more info and continue to take notes on the distinct uses of SER y ESTAR.
AP Language: Watch this video, and take notes in your interactive notebook on pg. 12, including examples. Study and take notes on this module for other uses of the pronoun SE. Another use of the Pronoun SE is here... Afterward, Say, wanna do some practice with "SE?!" Or would you rather I didn't say "SE" again?" :)
Take notes and be sure you can answer the following questions after watching the following videos:
1. What is meant in the grammar universe by the term Possessive Adjective, whether in English or Spanish?
2. How are Spanish and English possessive adjectives similar and how are they different?
3. What are the short possessive adjectives in Spanish?
4. What are the long possessive adjectives in Spanish?
5. How do you determine the difference between "your" when using "tu" or "usted"? Remember: Tu is informal, Usted is FORMAL.
Watch VIDEO 1 explaining Possessive Adjectives in Spanish
Watch VIDEO 2 explaining more about Possessive Adjectives in Spanish.
Here's a different guy explaining Possessive Adjectives in a little different way...
Funny rap video here to introduce Demonstrative Adjectives in Spanish!! Watch a video here on DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES. You may watch it as many times as you need to in order to understand the material presented! Take notes! After you have watched the video and understand the concepts explained in it, go here to practice DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES!
PAST OR IMPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE