Step by Step Spanish - Volume 5 - PDF Download - 44 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 FIVE CONTENTS
Lesson 161 Present subjunctive (part four)
Lesson 162 Present subjunctive (part five)
Lesson 163 Present subjunctive (part six)
Lesson 164 Present subjunctive (part seven)
Lesson 165 Colours
Lesson 166 Colour expressions
Lesson 167 Position of Adjectives
Lesson 168 Apócope
Lesson 169 Por and Para
Lesson 170 Word order
Lesson 171 Word order (part two)
Lesson 172 Imperfect Subjunctive – introduction
Lesson 173 Imperfect Subjunctive – regular “ar” verbs
Lesson 174 Imperfect Subunctive – “estar”, “er” and”ir” verbs
Lesson 175 Imperfect Subjunctive – “ser”, “tener” “poder”
Lesson 176 Use of Impefect Subjunctive - second conditional
Lesson 177 Reading activity – Toledo
Lesson 178 Answers to Toledo
Lesson 179 Quedar/quedarse
Lesson 180 Llevar / llevarse
Lesson 181 Caber
Lesson 182 Volver / volverse
Lesson 183 Linking words (1)
Lesson 184 Linking words (2)
Lesson 185 Relative pronouns (1)
Lesson 186 Relative pronouns (2)
Lesson 187 Compound verb tenses (1)
Lesson 188 Compound verb tenses (2)
Lesson 189 Compound verb tenses (3)
Lesson 190 Compound verb tenses (4)
Lesson 191 Compound verb tenses (5)
Lesson 192 First and second conditionals
Lesson 193 Third conditional
Lesson 194 Colloquial expressions
Lesson 195 More Useful Expressions
Lesson 196 Word Families
Lesson 197 More about Word Families
Lesson 198 Unexpected Prepositions
Lesson 199 Long term problems with learning Spanish
Lesson 200 Verb tense summary
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