Lesson 01   Basic forms for sentence building
Lesson 02   “I’m going to” and negativesL
Lesson 03   Negatives, questions and “you” forms
Lesson 04   Me gusta, pero
Lesson 05   More negatives and questions
Lesson 06   Prefiero, para
Lesson 07   Tengo que ...
Lesson 08   Masculine and feminine
Lesson 09   Masculine and feminine continued
Lesson 10   Feminine words with “el”
Lesson 11   Agreement
Lesson 12   Adjectival agreement
Lesson 13   Adjectives describing people
Lesson 14   Comparisons
Lesson 15   Direct object pronoun – “lo”
Lesson 16   More direct object pronouns
Lesson 17   First and second persons singular
Lesson 18   Simple verb changes
Lesson 19   Changing from 2nd to 3rd person singular
Lesson 20   Changing from 2nd to 3rd person singular continued
Lesson 21   “They” and “we” verb forms
Lesson 22   A bit of revision
Lesson 23   Answers. Más, mucho, muy
Lesson 24   Gerunds
Lesson 25   Formation of present action tense
Lesson 26   Irregular gerunds
Lesson 27   Gerunds imported into Spanish
Lesson 28   Nunca, nada, nadie
Lesson 29   Introduction to present perfect tense
Lesson 30   Irregular past participles
Lesson 31   Formation of past participles
Lesson 32   Haber and the present perfect tense
Lesson 33   The Recent Past
Lesson 34   Indefinite time in the past
Lesson 35   Have you ever been? Do you know?
Lesson 36   Present perfect Practice
Lesson 37   Going into detail about recent events
Lesson 38   Present perfect – negatives and questions
Lesson 39   Translation and Closed Questions
Lesson 40   Open questions


Lesson 41  Open questions in third person 

Lesson 42  Summary of tense forms
Lesson 43  Just a few little words
Lesson 44  Introduction to present simple
Lesson 45  -AR verb endings in present simple
Lesson 46  -ER verb endings in present simple
Lesson 47  Some first person singular changes
Lesson 48  -IR verb endings in present simple
Lesson 49  Verb oír and present simple standard sentences
Lesson 50  Answers to translations with explanations
Lesson 51  Introduction to root-changing verbs (E – IE)
Lesson 52  Root-changing continued. Word stress
Lesson 53  More E – IE root-changing verbs (querer, sentir)
Lesson 54  O – UE root-changing verbs
Lesson 55  Summary and E – I root-changing verbs
Lesson 56  More on E – I root-changing verbs
Lesson 57  Odd first person singular forms
Lesson 58  Irregular verbs IR and HABER
Lesson 59  Uses of SER and ESTAR
Lesson 60  Uses of SER and ESTAR part two
Lesson 61  Uses of SER and ESTAR part three
Lesson 62  More negative expressions – never, no one, nothing
Lesson 63  Use of “ningún”, “ninguno”, “ninguna”
Lesson 64  Disjunctive pronouns
Lesson 65  Direct object pronouns
Lesson 66  Direct object pronouns cont.
Lesson 67  Direct object pronouns – use of “le” and “les”
Lesson 68  Direct object pronouns - examples
Lesson 69  Conjunctions – and, but, or etc.
Lesson 70  Adverbs of manner
Lesson 71  Prepositions – time and place
Lesson 72  Possessive adjectives
Lesson 73  Possessive pronouns
Lesson 74  Possessive – questions. Word order
Lesson 75  Prefixes – DES
Lesson 76  Prefixes – CON, CONTRA
Lesson 77  List of other prefixes
Lesson 78  Suffixes
Lesson 79  Absolute superlatives
Lesson 80  Gentilicios




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



Lesson 121  Words of Arabic origin
Lesson 122  The rhythm of speech
Lesson 123  Rules of word stress
Lesson 124  Weak and strong vowels
Lesson 125  Mispronounced words
Lesson 126   Yours untranslatably (adverbs)
Lesson 127  Place names
Lesson 128  Our English accent
Lesson 129  Our English accent (part two)
Lesson 130  Our typical errors
Lesson 131  The verb “ponerse”
Lesson 132  Translating “was”
Lesson 133  More about “was”
Lesson 134  Ser and Estar in the past
Lesson 135  Two past tenses
Lesson 136  Contrasting tenses
Lesson 137  Ways of talking about the future
Lesson 138  Future of intention
Lesson 139  Future simple
Lesson 140  More Ways of Expressing the Future
Lesson 141  Conditional sentences (some tricks)
Lesson 142  Uses of past participle (gender and number)
Lesson 143  More examples of past participles
Lesson 144  Accents and pronunciation
Lesson 145  Colloquialisms
Lesson 146  Passive voice - introduction
Lesson 147  Incomplete passive (se vende)
Lesson 148  True passive – use of past participles
Lesson 149  Indirect object pronouns
Lesson 150  Indirect object pronouns (part two)
Lesson 151  “se” “le” “les”
Lesson 152  Object pronouns in alternative positions
Lesson 153  Imperatives (tú)
Lesson 154  Imperatives (tú) linked to pronouns
Lesson 155  Summary and Imperatives (vosotros)
Lesson 156  Imperatives (vosotros) and reflexives
Lesson 157  Imperatives (usted)
Lesson 158  Present subjunctive
Lesson 159  Present subjunctive (part two)
Lesson 160  Present subjunctive (part three)




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




Spanish Pronunciation - Part 1 of 6 

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