LEVEL FOUR – GRAMMATICAL SPANISH
Pdf coursebook, pdf answer sheet and Mp3 download.
By now the foundation has been laid which will enable us to make some significant steps forward. We will learn new past and future tenses and other aspects of grammar necessary to help us communicate effectively, whilst not losing sight of everyday communication.
This package contains an audio file with a repetition of all written Spanish and a separate file with answers to exercises.
Introduction and pronunciation
Revision of reflexive verbs
Giving orders – simple imperatives
Past imperfect (continuous, descriptive) tense
Direct object pronouns
Past simple (preterite, “done and dusted”) tense
Indirect object pronouns
Uses of “por” and “para”
Future simple tense
Possessive adjectives and pronouns
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