COURSE 3 - OVERVIEW OF TENSES - CONTINUED

LESSON 7


NEW VOCABULARY

Notice which verbs have the primary "will" and "would" endings "-irá" and "-iría", because they always use the "-imos" ending in the present. And those that have the secondary variation "-erá" and "-ería" always use "-emos" in the present.

HEAR IT - VERB SET #15 - 00424

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DIRECT OBJECTS OF THE VERB - CONTINUED

We recommend that you review the Mini Lesson from Day 6.

MATCH IT - VERB SET #15 - 00561

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FOCUS ON "HAS" - INTRODUCTION

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MATCH IT - BLUE & GREEN - VERB SETS #8 & #9 - 00513

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FIND IT - BLUE & GREEN - VERB SETS #8 & #9 - 00531

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Remember that there are 3 subjects in Spanish that mean "you": "tú", "usted", or "ustedes".

Remember that there are 5 direct objects in Spanish that mean "you": "te", "lo", "la", "los", or "las".

Remember that 4 of the 5 objects that mean "you" also express "him", "her", and "them": "lo", "la", "los", or "las".

BUILD IT - BLUE & GREEN - VERB SETS #14 & #15 - 00500

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