Step by Step Spanish - Volume 3 - PDF Download - 43 pages - 5,95€
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 THREE CONTENT
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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