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Step by Step Spanish Volume 3 - pdf

Step by Step Spanish Volume 3 - 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.



Lesson 81                    Introduction to past continuous tense                                                                                  

Lesson 82                    Past Continuous tense – “ar” verbs                                                        

Lesson 83                    Past Continuous tense – “er” and “ir” verbs                                        

Lesson 84                    Past Continuous tense – ser, ir and ver                                                                 

Lesson 85                    Past Continuous tense – use of pronouns and short text                              

Lesson 86                    Translation of short text and commentary                                           

Lesson 87                    Introduction to reflexive verbs                                                                 

Lesson 88                        Reflexive verbs – continued                                                                      

Lesson 89                    Reflexive verbs – some basic uses                                                          

Lesson 90                    Reflexive verbs – more uses                                                                      

Lesson 91                    Reflexive verbs – some common expressions                                   

Lesson 92                    Reflexive verbs – gerunds, infinitives and imperatives                   

Lesson 93                    Reflexive verbs – sentence translations and comments                

Lesson 94                    The verb “gustar”                                                                                        

Lesson 95                    Verbs that work like “gustar”                                                                     

Lesson 96                    More verbs that work like “gustar”                                                         

Lesson 97                    Short text and translation                                                                           

Lesson 98                    Introduction to past simple tense                                             

Lesson 99                    Past simple tense – “-ar” verbs                                                                 

Lesson 100                  Past simple tense practice – “-ar” verbs                                                

Lesson 101                  Past simple tense  – “-er” and “-ir”  verbs                                            

Lesson 102                   Past simple tense  – minor irregularities                                                               

Lesson 103                  Past simple tense.  Irregular verbs – dar, hacer                                 

Lesson 104                  Past simple tense.  Irregular verbs – ir, ser                                          

Lesson 105                  Past simple tense.  Irregular verbs – decir, estar                                               

Lesson 106                  Past simple tense.  Irregular verbs – tener                                          

Lesson 107                  Past simple tense.  Irregular verbs – poder, querer                         

Lesson 108                  Past simple tense – short text and comments                                   

Lesson 109                  Past simple tense – translation of short text                                       

Lesson 110                  It’s never too late to learn                                                                                                       

Lesson 111                  Expressions with “tener”                                                                                                             

Lesson 112                  The verb  “soler”                                                                                                             

Lesson 113                  The verb “estrenar”                                                                                                    

Lesson 114                  Getting thinner and younger but more confused                                             

Lesson 115                  Body Parts                                                                                                         

Lesson 116                  People Words                                                                                                 

Lesson 117                  More People Words                                                                                    

Lesson 118                  Film Titles                                                                                                           

Lesson 119                  Borrowed Words                                                                    

Lesson 120                  More Spanglish Words

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