Jane Cronin Media presents a series of video tutorials to explain some of the fundamentals of speaking Spanish.  Jane's ability lies in making some complex rules easily understood.

 

Best Explanations

The best video tutorials explaining when to use Ser and Estar and when to use Por and Para.

To view the videos click here.

 

Spanish Pronunciation for English Speakers

This 6-part series of short videos will soon have you speaking Spanish like a Spaniard.

To view the videos click here.

 

Whiteboard Texts on PDF

These videos are free to everyone to watch and take notes.  You can  also download the text from the whiteboards as a .pdf file for FREE!

This download covers all six Pronunciation videos and both of the Best Explanation videos.

Click here to download the whiteboard text.

 

 

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