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Step by Step Spanish Volume 1 - pdf

Step by Step Spanish Volume 1 - pdf
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Jane Cronin’s “Step by Step” Spanish articles have gathered a huge following of faithful readers over recent years.  The articles are ideal for people who struggle with language learning and want to get a proper grasp of how the Spanish language is put together.  They are clear and succinct and written in a lively easy-to-read style, building up your understanding step by step with each subject explained clearly in layman’s terms.

Whether you are a complete beginner or have some knowledge of the Spanish language already, you will find these articles an invaluable source of knowledge and inspiration.

VOLUME ONE CONTENTS

                                                                                                           

Lesson 01                    Basic forms for sentence building                                                            

Lesson 02                    “I’m going to” and negatives                                                                      

Lesson 03                    Negatives, questions and “you” forms                                                  

Lesson 04                    Me gusta, pero                                                                                                

Lesson 05                    More negatives and questions                                                                 

Lesson 06                    Prefiero, para                                                                                                   

Lesson 07                    Tengo que ...                                                                                                    

Lesson 08                    Masculine and feminine                                                                                              

Lesson 09                    Masculine and feminine continued                                                         

Lesson 10                    Feminine words with “el”                                                                            

Lesson 11                    Agreement                                                                                                        

Lesson 12                    Adjectival agreement                                                                                   

Lesson 13                    Adjectives describing people                                                                     

Lesson 14                    Comparisons                                                                                               

Lesson 15                    Direct object pronoun – “lo”                                                                      

Lesson 16                    More direct object pronouns                                                                    

Lesson 17                    First and second persons singular                                                            

Lesson 18                    Simple verb changes                                                                                                 

Lesson 19                    Changing from 2nd to 3rd person singular                                            

Lesson 20                    Changing from 2nd to 3rd person singular continued                      

Lesson 21                    “They” and “we” verb forms                                                                      

Lesson 22                    A bit of revision                                                                                               

Lesson 23                    Answers.   Más, mucho, muy                                                                     

Lesson 24                    Gerunds                                                                                                             

Lesson 25                    Formation of present action tense                                                          

Lesson 26                    Irregular gerunds                                                                            

Lesson 27                    Gerunds imported into Spanish                                                                

Lesson 28                    Nunca, nada, nadie                                                                                        

Lesson 29                    Introduction to present perfect tense                                                   

Lesson 30                    Irregular past participles                                                                              

Lesson 31                    Formation of past participles                                                                     

Lesson 32                    Haber and the present perfect tense                                                    

Lesson 33                    The recent past                                                                                               

Lesson 34                    Indefinite time in the past                                                                          

Lesson 35                    Have you ever been?  Do you know?                                                     

Lesson 36                    Present perfect practice                                                                                                              

Lesson 37                    Going into detail about recent events                                                   

Lesson 38                    Present perfect – negatives and questions                                         

Lesson 39                    Translation and Closed Questions                                                            

Lesson 40                    Open questions                                                                                                               

 

 

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