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Spanish reflexive pronouns

Spanish reflexive pronouns

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The Conditional Tense of the reflexive verbs

The Conditional Tense of the reflexive verbs Reflexive verbs always use reflexive pronouns in the conditionals, as shown below. They always appear immediately before the conjugated verb, as they do in the present and in all other tenses. Lavar/ to … Continue reading

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Complex sentences

Complex sentences The complex sentences are formed by more than one idea, and have more than one verb in the sentence. Complex sentences describe more than one thing or idea and have more than one verb in them. For example: … Continue reading

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Spanish Sentence Construction

Spanish Sentence Construction   In order to learn Spanish you have to know two things. First, the Spanish verbs and their respective conjugation and second the rest of the sentence. In order to build a sentence you have to recognize … Continue reading

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Stem-Changing verbs (e….ie)

Stem-Changing verbs ¬†(e….ie) The irregular verbs change their stem in all the forms except for nosotros/as/we and vosotros/as/you forms. Additionally, remember that it is always the last vowel in the stem (what is left after you remove the infinitive marker … Continue reading

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Spanish Lesson 1: The basics

Content Lesson 1 Click the titles in order to go the lesson   Basic Dialogue I see this dialogue the first¬†time in class with my students. The idea is to be able to introduce yourself after the first lesson. You … Continue reading

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