R2-Capítulo 4A

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Imperfect – AR verbs

In this lesson, we’re going over the imperfect tense. This is another past tense in Spanish. Eventually I’ll have a few lessons explaining the major differences between the preterite and the imperfect. But for now, know that the imperfect is used to mean ‘used to ___‘ and ‘was/were ___ing‘.

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Imperfect -AR verbs song!

In this video, we’re going to be tackling those -AR verbs in the imperfect tense in order to talk about what a person did, used to do, or would do in the past.

In the video, I’ll give you an easy formula to remember those endings to a familiar melody!

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Imperfect – Regular ER/IR verbs

This video lesson continues with lessons on the imperfect tense in Spanish. This lesson specifically covers the regular ER / IR verbs. If you’re not sure which those are, it will be every verb except for three. The next video in this series will cover the all of the irregular verbs in this tense. Remember that we use this tense for ‘used to __‘ and ‘was/were ___ing

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-ER / -IR Imperfect endings song!

In this video, we’re going to be tackling those -ER & -IR verbs in the imperfect tense in order to talk about what a person did, used to do, or would do in the past.

In the video, I’ll give you an easy formula to remember those endings to a familiar melody!

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Imperfect – Irregulars – ir, ser, ver

This video lesson covers the three irregular verbs in the imperfect tense. The verbs are ir (to go), ser (to be) and ver (to see). Enjoy!

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Imperfect Irregular verbs song!

In this video, we’re going to be going over the ONLY three irregular verbs in the imperfect tense: ser, ir, and ver in order to talk about what a person did, used to do, or would do in the past.

In the video, I’ll give you an easy formula to remember those endings to a familiar melody!

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Indirect Objects

In this video lesson we’re going to be talking about Indirect Objects. We use Indirect Objects to generally when something happens to someone or for someone. In Spanish, the pronouns: me, te, le, nos, and les will be used to express this idea.

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Indirect Objects song!

Here’s a song to help you with understanding how to use indirect objects quickly and easily!