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Possessives (part 2); nuestro, su

Possessives (part 2); nuestro, su | Spanish 1 ~ Español 1 | Scoop.it
Hola. In this video lesson, we continue talking about possessive adjectives (mi, tu, su, nuesto). Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions, comments or s...
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How to Conjugate the Spanish Verb Ser Versus Estar – Beginner ...

In this article you will learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb ser vs. estar.One common mistake.

Via Fabiana
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WordReference.com

WordReference.com | Spanish 1 ~ Español 1 | Scoop.it

Arguably the best online dictionary for many languages. It features a helpful language and grammar forum.


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Spanish Lesson - Possessive adjectives (part 1)

Spanish Lesson - Possessive adjectives (part 1) | Spanish 1 ~ Español 1 | Scoop.it
Click the link to see the wordbank: http://www.senorjordan.com/2009/06/01-possessive-adjectives-part-1/ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This video lesson covers three of th...
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Grammar: Verbo ESTAR

Grammar: Verbo ESTAR | Spanish 1 ~ Español 1 | Scoop.it
Learn how to use the Spanish verb ESTAR to express a feeling or condition with this free lesson.

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Los articulos definidos

A visually and musically stimulating ancillary to help teach/reinforce definite articles. Magia Escolar does not claim rights to the music, only the lyrics...

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Spanish Subject Pronouns Lesson 3 - Spanish Wizards

http://www.getmyfreespanishcourse.com - I, you, he, she - So many people, so many pronouns! Actually, Spanish and English have pretty much the same pronouns,...
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Is That Noun Masculine or Feminine?

Is That Noun Masculine or Feminine? | Spanish 1 ~ Español 1 | Scoop.it
Even if a Spanish noun doesn't end in 'a' or 'o,' you can often determine whether it is probably masculine or feminine.

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