R2-Capítulo 1B

Practice Links

Grammar Links

Present Tense – IR (part 1) + place vocabulary

In this video lesson, we’ll be going over the verb ir in the present tense. Ir is an irregular verb. This means that although ‘to go’ is ir, the different forms do not look even close to ‘ir‘.

yo voy, vas, él/ella/usted va, nosotros/nosotras vamos, ellos/ellas/ustedes van.

This also includes some vocabulary on places also because we have to use ‘a‘ to mean ‘to’ when we go to a place.

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Present Tense – IR (part 2) ¿Adónde…?

In this video lesson, we’ll be continuing with the verb ir in the present tense. Ir is an irregular verb. This means that although ‘to go’ is ir, the different forms do not look even close to ‘ir‘. Those forms are as follows…

yo voy, vas, él/ella/usted va, nosotros/nosotras vamos, ellos/ellas/ustedes van.

In this video, we’ll be learning how to ask and answering questions with the word: ¿Adónde? (Where (to)?)

Video Vocab and Charts

Present Tense – IR (part 3) + verbo

In this video lesson, we’ll be continuing with the verb ir in the present tense. Ir is an irregular verb.

In addition to the present tense, we can also use this verb for a future tense as long as we remember the rule on how to do it. The formula is [form of ir] + a + [infinitive verb].

Video Vocab and Chart

Comparisons Part 1 -Unequal Comparisons

In this video lesson we’re going to be learning how to compare things that are unequal! To do that, we’ll need más (more), menos (less), que (than) and a whole lot of alligators!

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Comparisons (part 2) – Irregulars

In this lesson, we’re continuing our series on comparisons. So far we have learned how to compare most things that are unequal. In this video, we’ll be going over a few more ways to compare unequal things with some irregular comparisons.

Video Vocab and Charts

Comparisons (part 3) – Equality – Tan ____ como

In this lesson, we’re continuing our series on comparisons. So far we have learned how to compare things that are unequal both with regular forms and irregular forms.

But what about things that are practically the same in some aspect?

In this video, we’ll be going over a few more ways to compare equal things.

Video Vocab and Charts

Hace que... TIME

In this video lesson we’re going to see a phrase that’s used quite a bit in Spanish when talking about things that have been going on and continue to.

Video Vocab

Present: Conocer (to know)

This video lesson covers verb conocer in the present tense. Conocer is one of two verbs tha translate as ‘to know’ in English. We use conocer with people & pets, places and when we are ‘familiar with’ something.

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Present: saber (to know)

This lesson is part two in a series on two different verbs that BOTH translate to ‘to know’ (saber & conocer).

Now in this particular lesson, we’ll be going over saber, which is used for information, facts, and ‘how to‘.

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Saber vs. Conocer

Here’s lesson 3 of this series on Saber vs. Conocer. Both mean ‘to know’, but each has different uses. In this lesson you’ll have to use your knowledge of both to figure out the answers in the exercise in the end.

Uses of Saber: information, facts, ‘know how to’

Uses of Conocer: people & pets, places, ‘to be familar with’

Video Vocab and charts