Presente Progresivo / Present Progressive
In this video lesson, I decided to tackle the present progressive in Spanish. The present progressive is basically telling that something is happening right now. We’ll use a form of estar and then the verbs slightly changed afterwards.
Preterite – Irregulars – venir
This video lesson covers venir (to come). Venir is of course another irregular verb in the preterite. In this video, I also mention that whenever a verb has any irregular inside of it due to a prefix, the verb follow the pattern of the irregular.
Ex: suponer, mantener, detener, prevenir, etc
Direct Objects (parte 3): attaching Direct Objects
In this video lesson we’ll be talking about Direct Objects (me, te, lo, la, nos, los, las) again. It turns out that not only can they go before the verb phrase, but we can also put them in different places sometimes.