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      Spanish A1

      Our goal is to create an area where material is available to anyone who is interested in learning Spanish. Complete the form to access all activities in this course. Current participants in our programs will earn points toward their courses by engaging with these and other online materials.  

      Basic Greetings

      learn basic Spanish Greetings

      Question Words

      Who? What? When? Where? Why?

      Definite Articles

      how to say the word "the" in Spanish

      Indefinite Articles

      how to say the word "a" or "an" in Spanish

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      Subject Pronouns

      words such as “I”, “you”, “he”, etc.

      The Date

      how to say the date using weeks, months, numbers

      Weather and Seasons

      weather expressions and the seasons

      The Verb "ser"

      "ser" to be: with description, gender, and number

      Numbers

      how to form Spanish numbers 0-1000

      Telling Time

      lean to tell time in Spanish

      Adjectives

      gender and number of nouns with adjectives

      The Near Future

      near future using simple present tense

      The Verb "to like"

      The veb "to like" is gustar

      The Verb "to want"

      querer is a common verb that means "to want" 

      -AR Verbs (present tense)

      verbs in their infinitive form ending in -ar

      -ER Verbs (present tense)

      verbs in their infinitive form ending in -er

      -IR Verbs (present tense)

      verbs in their infinitive form ending in -ir

      The Verb "to have"

      verb tener, which means "to have" or "to possess"

      Tener Idioms

      tener when paired with a Spanish idiom

      YO-GO Verbs

      verbs with a -go ending in present tense "yo" form

      The Verb "estar"

      how to conjugate and use the verb "estar" 

      Differences between "ser" and "estar"

      the verbs "ser" and "estar" are used differently

      Present Progressive Tense

      learn how to say what is happening now

      Reflexive Pronouns

      indicates action done to or for him/herself

      Reflexive Verbs

      used when the subject and object are the same

      Negative and Affirmative Words

      Affirmative and Negative Words in Spanish

      The Verbs "to know"

      Saber and conocer both mean "to know" 

      When to use "por" and "para"

      using "por" vs "para"

      Regular Past (Preterite) Tense

      conjugating regular past tense verbs

      Irregular Past (Preterite) Tense

      conjugating irregular past tense verbs

      Preterite Verbs with Irregular Meanings

      have different meanings in present vs past tense

      Regular Imperfect Tense

      understand when to use this "past" tense 

      Irregular Imperfect Tense

      learn the three verbs that make up this unit

      Preterite vs Imperfect

      compare the preterite and imperfect tenses

      Answering Questions

      learn additional ways to ask and answer questions

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