R2-Capítulo 2A

Practice Links

Grammar Links

Possessive Adjectives (part 1)

This video lesson covers the possessive adjectives: mi(s), tu(s) & su(s) in Spanish. We use these when we want to tell to whom something belongs.

Video Vocab

Possessive adjectives (part 2) – nuestro, su

In this video lesson, we’ll continue with the possessive adjectives and add on two more.

Video Vocab and Chart

Reflexive verbs (part 1)

In this video lesson we’ll be going over verbos reflexivos, or ‘reflexive verbs’. In this particular video, the reflexive verbs are those in which a person does the action to them self. They are conjugated a little differently only because of the –se on the end. This video lesson is a little more advanced.

Video Vocab and Chart

Reflexive Verbs (part 2) Stem-changers

This video is a continuation of part 1 on reflexive verbs. In this video, we also go over four new verbs that are reflexives dealing with the daily routine, but are also stem-changers (or ‘shoe verbs’). The rule of stem-changers is reviewed in this video.

Video Vocab and Chart

Reflexive verb song!

Here’s a song to help you with understanding how to change reflexive verbs quickly and easily!

Antes de / Después de + verb

In this video lesson, we’ll be going over antes de (before) and después de (after). This level is a little more advanced and if you’ve been working on the basics, there might be some lessons in between that you would need before proceeding

Video Vocab

Antes de / Después de + verb (part 2) w/ reflexives

In this video lesson, we’ll be reviewing what we talked about in the last video about antes de (before) and después de (after). We’ll also be throwing in reflexive verbs and how to change them after antes de / después de. This video might be little more advanced for some. If you’ve been working on the basics, there might be some lessons in between that you would need before proceeding.

Video Vocab

Ser vs Estar – Using Estar

There are these two verbs in Spanish that translate to “to be” in English.

In this video, we’ll be talking about one of those verbs: estar (to be) in the present tense.

Video Chart

Ser vs Estar – Estar practice

In this video, we’ll be practicing the verb estar (to be) in the present tense.

Video Vocab and Chart

Ser vs Estar – More Estar practice

In this video, we’ll be practicing the verb estar (to be) in the present tense a little more.

Video Vocab and Chart

Ser vs Estar – Test 1

In this video, we’ll be practicing the verbs ser (to be) and estar (to be) in the present tense a little more. In this video you’ll be taking a test over using both.

Video Vocab and Charts

Ser vs Estar – Test 2

In this video, we’ll be practicing the verbs ser (to be) and estar (to be) in the present tense a little more. In this video you’ll be taking another test over using both.

Video Vocab and Charts

Ser vs Estar – Using both with a change in meaning

In this video, we’ll be talking about additional uses of the verbs ser (to be) and estar (to be).

VIdeo Charts

Stressed Possessive Adjectives

In this lesson, we’ll be learning how to use Stressed Possessive Adjectives and then practice them. These are similar to Possessive Adjectives, but supposedly emphasize the ownership.

Video Vocab & Charts - Practice #1 - Practice #2 - Practice #3

Possessive Pronouns

In this lesson, we’ll be learning how to use Possessive Pronouns. These are actually quite similar to Stressed Possessive Adjectives.

Video Vocab & Charts - Practice #1 - Practice #2 - Practice #3