Spanish 1-4: Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced

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  • PDF Study Guides for Levels 1, 2, 3, 4
    PDF Study Guides for Levels 1,2,3,4
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 1
    Spanish 101, Lesson 1: personal pronouns (yo-tú-él-ella-nosotros-nosotras-ellos)
    Spanish 101, Lesson 2: personal pronouns, countries, nationalities
    Spanish 101, Lesson 3: review conjugation of SER, professions
    Spanish 101, Lesson 4: SER, tú, usted
    Spanish 101, Lesson 5: formal and informal greetings
    Spanish 101, Lesson 6: informal greetings in Hispanic countries
    Spanish 101, Lesson 7: the verb ‘LLAMARSE’, questions: ‘¿Cómo se llama usted?’, ‘¿Cómo te llamas tú?’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 8: questions: ‘¿Qué haces tú?¿Qué hace usted?’ ‘¿Qué hace él/ella?’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 9: professions
    Spanish 101, Lesson 10: questions: ‘¿De dónde eres tú/usted?’ and ‘¿De dónde es él/ella?’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 11: questions: ¿Cómo se dice…?, ¿Dónde trabaja/s él/ella? ¿Dónde vive/s él/ella?
    Spanish 101, Lesson 12: countries, languages, nationalities, professions
    Spanish 101, Lesson 13: Questions words: QUÉ/QUIÉN/QUIÉNES/CÓMO/DÓNDE/DE DÓNDE
    Spanish 101, Lesson 14: questions:‘¿Quién eres tú? ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Dónde vives tú?¿Dónde trabajas tú? ¿Qué haces tú?’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 15: the verbs ‘COMER' and 'BEBER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 16: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 2
    Spanish 101, Lesson 17: ustedes and AR verbs
    Spanish 101, Lesson 18: the verbs ‘COCINAR-PREPARAR-ESCUCHAR-TOCAR-ENSEÑAR-CANTAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 19: DEFINITE ARTICLES (EL-LA-LOS-LAS)
    Spanish 101, Lesson 20: primary colors: ‘AMARILLO-AZUL-ROJO’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 21: numbers 0-9 AND the question words: ‘CUÁL-CUÁLES’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 22: the verb ‘TENER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 23: INDEFINITE ARTICLES (un, una, unos,unas)
    Spanish 101, Lesson 24: Expressions with ‘TENER’ in Spanish
    Spanish 101, Lesson 25: numbers from 10 to 30 AND 'mayor'/'menor'
    Spanish 101, Lesson 26: Numbers 31 to 69
    Spanish 101, Lesson 27: Introduce numbers 70 to 99
    Spanish 101, Lesson 28: introduce people / ask questions about people
    Spanish 101, Lesson 29: noun gender
    Spanish 101, Lesson 30: adjectives
    Spanish 101, Lesson 31: Identify: singular-plural-masculine or feminine
    Spanish 101, Lesson 32: Introduce singular possessive adjectives (MI-TU-SU)
    Spanish 101, Lesson 33: the prepositions ‘DE-EN’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 34: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 3
    Spanish 101, Lesson 35: Introduce the days of the week
    Spanish 101, Lesson 36: Introduce the months of the year
    Spanish 101, Lesson 37: Introduce the verb ‘CUMPLIR’ (talk about birthdays)
    Spanish 101, Lesson 38: seasons and the verb ‘PRACTICAR’: PRACTICAR DEPORTES
    Spanish 101, Lesson 39: Use of the verb ‘PRACTICAR’ with new sports
    Spanish 101, Lesson 40: vowel sounds in Spanish
    Spanish 101, Lesson 41: Recognize the different sounds of 'g' and 'c' depending on the vowel
    Spanish 101, Lesson 42: ‘R’ vs ‘rr’ : Single R vs. double R
    Spanish 101, Lesson 43: NEGATION in Spanish
    Spanish 101, Lesson 44: Review negation structure
    Spanish 101, Lesson 45: When to use ‘SER’ and when to use ‘ESTAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 46: Practice with ‘ESTAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 47: Express feelings with ‘ESTAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 48: ‘ESTAR’ to express location
    Spanish 101, Lesson 49: 'TIME' / Introduce the question ¿Qué hora es?
    Spanish 101, Lesson 50: a.m. / p.m. Por la mañana / por la tarde / por la noche
    Spanish 101, Lesson 51: Practice with the verbs ‘ESTAR’ AND ‘TENER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 52: Guessing
    Spanish 101, Lesson 53: Review vocabulary by answering riddles
    Spanish 101, Lesson 54: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 4
    Spanish 101, Lesson 55: the verbs ‘LLEGAR’ AND ‘QUERER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 56: Practice with ‘QUERER’ using a noun or a verb in infinitive form
    Spanish 101, Lesson 57: the verbs PODER AND HACER
    Spanish 101, Lesson 58: Practice with the verbs ‘HACER-QUERER-PODER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 59: Introduce the verb ‘GUSTAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 60: ‘GUSTA Vs GUSTAN’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 61: ¿Te gusta comer…?¿Te gustan las…? AND food vocabulary
    Spanish 101, Lesson 62: talk about what animals can and can't do
    Spanish 101, Lesson 63: Introduce the verb ‘JUGAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 64: Practice with the verb ‘JUGAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 65: the verb ‘GUSTAR’ and adjectives
    Spanish 101, Lesson 66: the verb ‘TOCAR’ with musical instruments
    Spanish 101, Lesson 67: affirmative and negative sentences using ‘QUERER-PODER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 68: the verbs ‘GUSTAR-HACER-JUGAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 69: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 101/LEVEL 1: Chapter 5
    Spanish 101, Lesson 70: parts of the human body
    Spanish 101, Lesson 71: Healthy and unhealthy activities and food
    Spanish 101, Lesson 72: parts of the body: el corazón, el cerebro, hígado, garganta, riñón, pulmones
    Spanish 101, Lesson 73: expressions with the verb ‘TENER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 74: ‘MIS-SUS-TUS’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 75: the verb ‘DOLER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 76: Practice with the verb ‘DOLER’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 77: giving personal information
    Spanish 101, Lesson 78: Using the verbs ‘TENER' and 'NECESITAR’
    Spanish 101, Lesson 79: the questions: ¿Qué le pasa? and ¿Qué le duele?
    Spanish 101, Lesson 80: negative sentences
    Spanish 101, Lesson 81: parts of the human body and adjectives to describe people
    Spanish 101, Lesson 82: vocabulary related to hospitals and medical emergencies
    Spanish 101, Lesson 83: the five human senses
    Spanish 101, Lesson 84: chapter closing
    Spanish 101, Lesson 85: chapter closing continued
    Spanish 101, Lesson 86: level closing
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 1
    Spanish 201, Lesson 1: singular and plural possessive adjectives: ‘MI-MIS-TU-TUS-SU-SUS’
    Spanish 201, Lesson 2: Practice with possessive adjectives
    Spanish 201 Lesson 3: members of the family: tío/tía, primo/prima
    Spanish 201 Lesson 4: negative and affirmative sentences to talk about the house
    Spanish 201 Lesson 5: the verbs ‘VENDER' and 'RENTAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 6: question words: ‘CUÁNTO-CUÁNTOS-CUÁNTA-CUÁNTAS’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 7: Practice asking questions using: ‘CUÁNTO-CUÁNTOS-CUÁNTA-CUÁNTAS’
    Spanish Level 2 Lesson 8: descriptions using vocabulary and adjectives related to the house
    Spanish Level 2 Lesson 9: Practice with questions related to the house
    Spanish 201 Lesson 10: vocabulary related to the neighborhood: ‘parque’, ‘panadería’,‘supermercado’, ‘farmacia’, ‘lavandería’, ‘escuela’, ‘videotienda’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 11: Describe a neighborhood using the verbs ‘HABER-ESTAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 12: the family tree
    Spanish 201 Lesson 13: relatives: ‘suegro(a)’, ‘novio(a)’, ‘esposo(a)’, ‘nuera’, ‘yerno’, ‘cuñado(a)’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 14: the structure: ‘faltar + verb’ and the expression: ‘tener cuidado’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 15: the imperative form of the verb ‘PONER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 16: Practice with prepositions and adjectives to re-organize the house
    Spanish 201 Lesson 17: prepositions of place
    Spanish 201 Lesson 18: the regular verb ‘INVITAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 19: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 2
    Spanish 201 Lesson 20: the verb ‘LLAMARSE’ to introduce the reflexive pronouns in Spanish
    Spanish 201 Lesson 21: Practice with regular reflexive verbs: ‘LLAMARSE-CANSARSE-ABURRIRSE’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 22: Introduce irregular reflexive verbs
    Spanish 201 Lesson 23: ‘DESPERTARSE, VESTIRSE’ and the verb vs. the noun: ‘desayunar’-‘desayuno’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 24: Practice with reflexive verbs to talk about daily routines
    Spanish 201 Lesson 25: Introduce the verb ‘SALIR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 26: Introduce the verb ‘VOLVER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 27: Introduce the verb ‘EMPEZAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 28: Asking question with the verbs ‘VOLVER-SALIR-EMPEZAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 29: Recognize the uses of the expression: ‘TENER UNA CITA’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 30: Introduce the verb ‘IR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 31: Practice with the verb ‘ir’ and the prepositions ‘a’ and ‘en’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 32: Introduce the expression: ‘IR A PIE’ (to go on foot)
    Spanish 201 Lesson 033: Expressions of frequency: ‘SIEMPRE, TODOS LOS DÍAS...
    Spanish 201 Lesson 034: Practice with the expressions of frequency introduced in the previous lesson
    Spanish 201 Lesson 035: Routines / Introduce the verb ‘ACOSTARSE’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 036: the verb ‘ACOSTARSE’ and routines
    Spanish 201 Lesson 037: reflexive verbs in negative sentences
    Spanish 201 Lesson 038: Introduce new verbs with the stem change ‘E-I’: ‘PEDIR, REPETIR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 039: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 3
    Spanish 201 Lesson 040: vocabulary related to tourist places
    Spanish 201 Lesson 041: questions related to personal information
    Spanish 201 Lesson 042: preterit of verbs ending in “-ar”
    Spanish 201 Lesson 043: review -ar preterit verbs and Introduce the preterit of the verbs ending in “-er” and “-ir”
    Spanish 201 Lesson 044: the verb “Girar” and practice with question words ¿Cuál?¿Cómo?¿Dónde?
    Spanish 201 Lesson 045: verbs “Girar”, “Seguir”, “Tomar” and adverbs of place
    Spanish 201 Lesson 046: Practice giving and following directions using adverbs of place
    Spanish 201 Lesson 047: Introduce the verb ‘VENIR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 048: review verbs, adverbs of place and the verb 'dar'
    Spanish 201 Lesson 049: Introduce the verb ‘DESEAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 050: Use preterit of regular verbs to practice vocabulary related to the city
    Spanish 201 Lesson 051: Practice with the present of irregular stem changing verbs
    Spanish 201 Lesson 052: Practice with the preterit of REGULAR VERBS
    Spanish 201 Lesson 053: preterit of the regular verbs: ‘PREPARAR, LLEGAR, PELEAR, PERDER, ROMPER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 054: chapter closing
    Spanish 201 Lesson 055: Everyday expressions used on the bus, in a taxi, in the classroom, at a restaurant
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 4
    Spanish 201 Lesson 056: Introduce vocabulary related to physical descriptions
    Spanish 201 Lesson 057: Practice with SER and TENER
    Spanish 201 Lesson 058: Introduce the preterit of the verb ‘IR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 059: Practice with the preterit form of the verb ‘IR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 060: Introduce the preterit of the verb ‘ESTAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 061: Practice with the preterit of the verb ‘ESTAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 062: introduce the verb ‘PARECER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 063: Practice with the verb ‘PARECER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 064: Introduce the verb ‘QUEDAR’ and clothing vocabulary
    Spanish 201 Lesson 065: Introduce gender of colors and clothing materials
    Spanish 201 Lesson 066: Practice with the verb ‘SABER’ and introduce the verb 'PREFERIR'
    Spanish 201 Lesson 067: the verbs ‘QUEDAR/PARECER and PREFERIR’ with superlatives to describe people and clothing
    Spanish 201 Lesson 068: Introduce the stem-changing verb ‘PENSAR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 069: Asking questions about clothing
    Spanish 201 Lesson 070: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 201/LEVEL 2: Chapter 5
    Spanish 201 Lesson 071: Introduce time markers: ‘Ayer, anoche, la semana pasada, el mes pasado, el año pasado’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 072: Introduce the preterit of the irregular verbs 'VER', "TENER', 'HACER'
    Spanish 201 Lesson 073: Practice with the present and the preterit for the verbs ‘VER, TENER, HACER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 074: Ask questions using the verbs: ‘VER, TENER, HACER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 075: ‘TENER + QUE + the verb in infinitive form’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 076: ‘TENER + QUE' / Introduce the verb COMENZAR
    Spanish 201 Lesson 077: progressive tenses
    Spanish 201 Lesson 078: progressive tenses in present form for ‘AR’ regular verbs and introduce ER/IR regular verbs
    Spanish 201 Lesson 079: Practice with the questions:’¿Qué estás haciendo?¿Qué está haciendo?’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 080: Ask questions using the gerund of the verb ‘HACER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 081: Introduce the present tense of the verb: ‘CONOCER’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 082: Introduce the gerund of the verb ‘DORMIR’
    Spanish 201 Lesson 083: Introduce the irregular verb PONER
    Spanish 201 Lesson 084: Practice with irregular verbs in past tense
    Spanish 201 Lesson 085: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 301, LEVEL 3: Chapter 1
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 001: Practice the conjugation of ‘SER’ in present and preterit form
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 002: Practice expressing hour, day and date using the verb ‘SER’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 003: Introduce people, friends, and family using the verb ‘SER’ (present and preterit form)
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 004: Review of the conjugation of the verb ‘ESTAR’ in present and preterit tense
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 005: Review the feelings expressed in Spanish with the verb ‘ESTAR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 006: Introduce more expressions with the verb ‘ESTAR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 007: Practice with the expressions: estar nervioso, estar asustado, estar contento
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 008: Asking questions in a public place
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 009: Practice with the preterit and present form of ‘SER-ESTAR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 010: Using 'SER' and 'ESTAR' in the preterite
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 011: Express feelings talking about the past
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 012: Review of the structure for progressive tenses: ESTAR + GERUNDIO
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 013: Review the uses of ‘SER’ to refer to a permanent condition
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 014: Review the uses of ‘ESTAR’ to express temporal condition and physical location
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 015: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 301/LEVEL 3: Chapter 2
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 016: Introduce the reflexive stem-changing verb DIVERTISE
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 017: Practice with the verb ‘DIVERTIRSE’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 018: Introduce the structure: IR + A + a verb in infinitive form to talk about the future
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 019: Review the structure of the structure: IR + A + verb in infinitive
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 020: introduce expressions using 'IR DE' and 'IR A'
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 021: Practice with comparisons: el más/ el menos
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 022: Use of the verb ‘VENIR’ with the preposition ‘EN’
    Spanish 201, Level 3 Lesson 023: Expressions to use in communicative situations: ¿Puedes hablar más despacio?¿Me repites por favor? and grocery vocabulary
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 024: Practice with Direct Object Pronouns
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 025: Practice with the imperative form of ‘PONER’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 026: Introduce the regular verbs: ‘arreglar, barrer, trapear’ in present tense
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 027: To introduce the verb ‘OLVIDAR’ in preterite
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 028: Introduce the verb ‘RECOMENDAR’ in present tense
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 029: Practice with the verb ‘recomendar’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 030: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 301/LEVEL 3: Chapter 3
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 031: irregular verbs in preterite and computer vocabulary
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 032: coloquial expressions from Colombia
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 033: irregular gerunds with the change: E>I : ‘mintiendo, viendo, sirviendo, diciendo, siguiendo’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 034: cultural information about Medellín, Colombia
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 035: Cultural information about ‘La zona cafetera’ in Colombia (I love coffee!)
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 036: Practice with the change stem verbs ‘E>IE’ (pensar/preferir)
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 037: Introduce the expression ¡qué + adjective! used in English as: How+adjective!
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 038: present and preterit form of the reflexive verb: ‘REIRSE’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 039: gerunds to describe activities (It's raining!)
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 040: Introduce the present tense of the verb ‘DECIR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 041: Practice with the conjugation of the verb ‘DECIR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 042: Introduce the FUTURE tense for regular verbs
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 043: Introduce the future tense of the verbs ‘SER/ESTAR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 044: Practice with the future tense of the verbs ‘SER-ESTAR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 045: Practice with the future tense of the verb ‘poder’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 046: Introduce the expression: ’HAY+ QUE + Verb in infinitive form’
  • SPANISH 301/LEVEL 3: Chapter 4
    SpanishL2: Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 047
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 048: Introduce some coloquial expressions:fregar/molestar/joder
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 049: Introduce the ‘imperative’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 050: Cultural information about “Spanish-speaking countries”
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 051: voseo / vos
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 052: Cultural and statistic information about Colombia, Spain and Mexico
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 053: Uses of future tenses in Castilian Spanish and American Spanish
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 054: Festivals in Colombia
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 055: Festivals in Spain
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 056: Festivals in Mexico
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 057: Typical food from Spain
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 058: Typical food from Mexico
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 059: Typical food from Colombia
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 060: Vocabulary and coloquial expressions related to parties and celebrations
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 061: chapter closing
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 062: Practice with uses of ‘ser’ to talk about someone’s life
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 063: Practice with ‘ser’ and progresive tenses
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 064: Introduce the imperfect tense
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 065: regular verbs using the imperfect
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 066: Practice with some uses of the imperfect
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 067: Introduce the expression: ¡Me encanta! / ¡Me encantan!
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 068: Practice with preterite and imperfect tenses
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 069: expressing 'likes' and 'dislikes'
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 070: "time markers" / when to use preterite or imperfect
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 071: Practice with the imperfect form of the verb ‘tener’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 072: practice with imperfect / preterite of 'IR'
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 073: Practice with the imperfect form of the verb ‘IR’
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 074: verbs that change meaning depending on the tense
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 075: culture / biographies
    Spanish 301, Level 3 Lesson 076: chapter closing
  • SPANISH 401/LEVEL 4: CHAPTER 1
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 001: Using the verbs: ‘pensar, creer, opinar, parecer’ to express opinion
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 002: names, traditions and places related to Mayan culture
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 003: Introduce the adverbs of place: ‘Aquí, acá, allí, allá, ahí’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 004: Practice with prepositions of movement: ‘ ir + a, ir + hacia, venir + de, venir + desde’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 005: Practice with ‘aquí, acá, allí, allá, ahí’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 006: Using the verbs ‘saber’ and ‘conocer’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 007: Practice with the verbs ‘saber’ and ‘conocer’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 008: Introduce possessive pronouns: ‘MÍO, TUYO, SUYO, NUESTRO, SUYO’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 009: Practice with the verb ‘SEGUIR’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 010: Practice with the imperative form of regular verbs
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 011: Using ‘mientras’ to describe simultaneous actions
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 012: myths and legends
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 013: practice with myths and legends
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 014: more practice with myths and legends
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 015: chapter closing
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 016: "reality show" vocabulary
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 017: past participles of regular verbs: ‘bailar/bailado, cantar/cantado, tocar/tocado, vivir/vivido
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 018: Practice with past participles of regular verbs
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 019: past participles of irregular verbs: ‘tener/tenido, estar/estado, ser/sido’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 020: Practice with past participles of irregular verbs: ‘tener/tenido, estar/estado, ser/sido’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 021: Practice with past participles of irregular verbs
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 022: Introduce the past participles of the verbs: ‘poner, escribir, volver’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 023: Introduce new past participles: ‘abrir, resolver, romper’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 024: Introduce the past participle of the verb ‘morir’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 025: Practice with negative and interrogative sentences using the present perfect
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 026: Using the present perfect
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 027: the present perfect, 'siempre' and 'nunca'
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 028: Using ‘marcadores de tiempo’ with the present perfect
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 029: Practice with ‘marcadores de tiempo’ and present perfect
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 030: chapter closing
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 031: Introduce the verb ‘tejer’ in the present and the past
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 032: practice with diminutives
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 033: Introduce traditional characters in Latin American lullabies
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 034: Introduce the verb ‘mojarse’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 035: A traditional Latin American story: ’La cucarachita Martinez’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 036: 'despertar' and 'despertarse'
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 037: the expression: ’ponerse a bailar’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 038: the verbs ‘patear/cocear’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 039: Practice with the verb ‘conocer’ and direct object pronouns
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 040: Practice with tongue twisters
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 041: Practice with the conjugation of the verbs ‘sentarse, arrodillarse, decir, recoger, llevar’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 042: Listening comprehension with stories
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 043: Introduce new vocabulary using traditional songs
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 044: Practice with the verbs ‘caer and enamorarse’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 045: chapter closing
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 046: Describing people using the verbs ‘ser’ and ‘tener’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 047: practice with 'por'
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 048: Practice with the preterite and the imperfect to describe someone’s life
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 049: Introduce the expression: ‘por ahora’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 050: Introduce expressions with ‘ser’ and using 'por' to express gratitude
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 051: Practice with the expressions: ‘ser malcriado/consentido/caprichoso’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 052: The difference between ‘ser serio’ and ‘estar serio’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 053: Describing someone’s life: before and now / 'ser listo' and 'estar listo'
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 054: Introduce the use of ‘por’ to express an undetermined or general time
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 055: Practice with ‘estar listo’ and ‘ser listo’ and 'por'
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 056: Practice with the use of ‘para’ to show the use or purpose of a thing.
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 057: Introduce the verb ‘demostrar’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 058: Introduce the use of ‘para’ to mean 'in order to’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 059: Expressing likes and dislikes
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 060: chapter closing
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 061: Creating words with the prefixes ‘in-’ and ‘des-’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 062: Introduce the expressions: ‘estar al aire’ / ‘salir al aire’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 063: Using 'gerund' + 'llevar' OR ‘hace' + 'a period of time’ to express the same idea
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 064: Introduce vocabulary related to newspapers and magazines
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 065: Introduce the structure: ‘acaba de' + 'verb in infinitive form’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 066: Practice with the structure: ‘acaba de' + 'verb in infinitive’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 067: superlatives and the expression 'tragar entero'
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 068: more practice with superlatives
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 069: Vocabulary related to sports
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 070: the conditional in questions and negative sentences / vocabulary related to weather
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 071: practice with predictions / gerunds and the verb 'seguir'
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 072: practice with conditionals
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 073: Vocabulary related to food and recipes
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 074: Introduce the expression: ‘tener ganas de’
    Spanish 401, Level 4 Lesson 075: chapter closing

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Course Description

This is a comprehensive course for the serious Spanish student, jam-packed with a whopping 323 videos spanning over 109 hours of content. You'll work your way through lessons encompassing 4 levels of increasing difficulty, building the speaking, reading, and writing skills necessary to master Spanish like a pro.

  • Completely master Spanish w/ over 109 hours of content
  • Progress through lessons comprising 4 levels of increasing difficulty
  • Master the intricacies of Spanish grammar: conjugate verbs & more
  • Build a rich, vibrant vocabulary
  • Learn how to speak colloquially & express complex ideas in writing
  • Apply your knowledge in exercises
  • Ask questions of & get answers from language professionals

Specs

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime access
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Terms

  • Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.