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Spanish / English Vocab List 16.8.2018

Spanish / English Vocab List 16.8.2018 Why not test your knowledge with some random Spanish / English vocab taken from a real life conversation. tangled up lay back (on a chair for instance) upwards look upwards to hum buzz hum astronaut space suit

Spanish / English Vocab List 2.8.2018

Spanish / English Vocab List 2.8.2018 Why not test your knowledge with some random Spanish / English vocab taken from a real life conversation. (door) knob knob (switch, control) light switch making things up a certain (person) a certain (thing) section (of a document) process a crop a crop of corn to plant to grow …

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Audio Exercise: Capítulo 1, pg 11

      This exercise starts from the point 7.08 to 8.20 on the media player below.   Listen to the audio file and then answer the questions in the quiz below.   //learnenglishspanishonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/lr-Gran-Maestro-Ch1.mp3   After answering the first question, use the right arrow to move on to the next question.     Aprendamos del Gran …

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Flashcards Capítulo 1, pg 11

CLICK HERE to read the vocabulary in context

Beginner’s Quiz, Capítulo 1, pg 10

  Use the text below to answer the questions in the quiz, click the right arrow to go on to the next question.  All the best!  And if you have any questions feel free to post them on the Q&A Forum.  

Advanced Grammar Quiz, Capítulo 1, pg 10

 

Regular -Ar Verb Quiz

Once you’ve answered number one, click on the right arrow to advance to the next question.  

Regular -ar Verb Conjugations (hablar, visitar, llegar, llevar)

These flash cards will help you to practice conjugating regular -ar verbs, the endings will work for all regular -ar verbs so once you get used to the pattern you’ll be away! the yo ending is -o; the tú ending is -as; the él, ella and usted ending is -a; the nosotros ending is -amos; …

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Regular Present Tense Conjugatons (Leer, Comer, Escribir)

These verb endings work for all regular -er and -ir verbs so once you get used to the pattern you will be away!   Ud. = usted (formal, singular ‘you’) Uds. = ustedes (formal, plural ‘you’) vosotros = informal, plural ‘you’ – used only Spain   NB:  Vosotros also has a feminine form, vosotras, and …

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Regular -Ar Verbs (for Burrito Builder Game)

When you have learnt what these verbs mean you can practice conjugating them with this set of flash cards and then you can practice everything that you’ve learnt using a great online game called ‘Burrito Builder’.   Click this link to play the game, when the game starts, a pair of English words will start …

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