COURSE 3 - OVERVIEW OF TENSES - CONTINUED

LESSON 1

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Perhaps you didn't realize it, but in English, the word "you" takes a plural verb: "he is, they are, you are" or "he was, they were, you were".

But in Spanish, the singular "you" takes a singular verb ("usted is, tú is" or "usted was, tú was"). And only a plural "you" takes a plural verb ("ustedes are" or "ustedes were").

Employ this 'Spanglish' strategy throughout this program, even though it may seem strange at first.

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· You already know that to make a verb plural, usually adding the one-letter suffix "-N". (There's only one exception!)

· While the one-letter suffix "-S" makes a noun plural, today you'll learn when to add an "-S" to a verb.

VOCABULARY & PRONUNCIATION


VERB SET #10

negotiate, deliberate,

converse, dialog,

consider, contemplate

discuss, debate,

understand, respond,

concede, desist

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VIDEO LESSONS #5

THE SUBJECT "TÚ"


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USING VERBS WITH THE SUBJECT "TÚ"


THE BLUE PATTERN

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THE GREEN PATTERN

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