Preterite AR verbs
In this video lesson, we’ll be starting to learn how to do the preterite tense. The preterite is a past tense that deals with finished actions.
The present tense = I talk, I am talking,
Preterite = I talked.
Preterite AR verbs: -gar, -car, -zar verbs
In this lesson we’ll be continuing the preterite of AR verbs. Although we covered the normal verbs in the previous lesson, if a verb ends in -gar, -car, or -zar, we have to treat it specially in the yo form.
Preterite Regular ER verbs
In this lesson, we’ll be continuing with the preterite. This time, we’re covering regular -er verbs. But just like with -ar verbs, the -er stem changers can be lumped into this group as well.
Demonstrative Adjectives (Part 1): This & That
En este video, we’ll be learning about the singular form of demonstrative adjectives (this, that). Because of the gender in Spanish, when we use these as adjectives, there are two ways to say each.
this (este / esta)
that (ese / esa)
that [far away] (aquel / aquella)
Demonstrative Adjectives (part 2): this & these; that & those
In this video lesson we’ll be continuing with the demonstrative adjectives (this & that) while adding on the plural forms (these & those).