COURSE 3 - OVERVIEW OF TENSES - CONTINUED

LESSON 4


REVIEW: FOCUS ON "DID"

Why do the verb forms to say what someone "did" merit extra attention and practice? Because unlike all the other forms, you can't just add the one-letter suffixes "-N" and "-S"!

SEE IT - BLUE & GREEN - VERB SETS #1 & #4 - 00430

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BASIC SUBJECT PRONOUNS: TALKING ABOUT MYSELF

When I talk about myself alone, I say "I". And when I talk about myself in a group, I say "we", or anything that adds up to "we", such as "he and I", "my friends and I", or "you and I".

PERSONAL-PRONOUN TRANSLATOR - SUBJECTS

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SEE IT - PERSONAL PRONOUNS (SUBJECTS)

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WATCH IT - VIDEO LESSON #9 - ALL THE FORMS OF THE PRESENT (AND A SECRET ABOUT THE PAST)

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MATCH IT - BLUE & GREEN - VERB SETS #1 & #4 - 00501

In this group of verbs, you'll see why "-imos" is considered the primary pattern, and "-emos" is considered the secondary variation.

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· If you started the previous version of the program, you can still scroll down to see it, although it won't quite be in sync with the days that have been revised, but it's pretty close.

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COURSE 3 - TALKING ABOUT MYSELF

LESSON 1

· You understand how to talk about others, whether you're talking about one person or more, and you understand the basic ways to say "you" in Spanish ("usted", "ustedes", and "tú").

· This week you'll learn how to talk about yourself: first talking about yourself alone ("I"), then yourself as part of a group ("we").

VIDEO LESSON #6

TALKING ABOUT MYSELF ALONE: "YO"


WATCH IT

TALKING ABOUT MYSELF ALONE: "YO"


· Today you'll only practice the green pattern.

FROM VERB SET #1 (REVIEW)

debate, discuss,

decide, define,

summarize, allude

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FROM VERB SET #9 (REVIEW)

repress, oppress/press,

inhibit, expel,

interrupt, suspend

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