• An easy way to start making yourself understood: when introducing yourself, in a café and when travelling. You will be guided through expressions, grammar and pronunciation step by step. The course is based on level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    ¡Mucho gusto! Part 1

    simple greetings and farewells the singular pronouns the polite form of address

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    ¡Mucho gusto! Part 2

    greetings for different times of the day feminine and masculine endings

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    ¡Mucho gusto! Review

    the vocabulary of the last two lessons the personal pronouns in the singular the polite forms of address

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    Yo soy Claudia. Part 1

    to welcome someone the plural personal pronouns the plural endings

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    Yo soy Claudia. Part 2

    to introduce yourself the verb "ser" {to be} to use verbs without pronouns

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    Yo soy Claudia. Review

    the vocabulary of the last two lessons the personal pronouns the forms of "ser"

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    Spanish pronunciation: "l" and "ll"

    how to pronounce "l" and "ll"

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    ¿De dónde eres? Part 1

    how to ask someone's name and where they come from verb forms for "llamarse" {to be called}

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    ¿De dónde eres? Part 2

    regular -ar verb: "hablar" {to speak} how to say which language you {do not} speak negation

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    ¿De dónde eres? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons verb forms for "llamarse" and "hablar" negation

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    Spanish pronunciation: "h" and "ch"

    How to pronounce "h" and "ch"

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    ¿Cómo estás? Part 1

    how to ask "¿Cómo estás?" and to answer the verb forms for "estar" and when to use it

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    ¿Cómo estás? Part 2

    additional adjectives adjective endings

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    ¿Cómo estás? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the verbs "ser" and "estar" adjectival endings

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    Spanish pronunciation: "n" and "ñ"

    how to pronounce "n" and "ñ"

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    Vamos en avión Part 1

    how to talk about public transportation definite and indefinite articles

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    Vamos en avión Part 2

    verb forms for "ir" {to go} some prepositions and statements of place how to ask for directions

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    Vamos en avión Review

    vocabulary from the previous two lessons "ir a..." and "ir en..."

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    Spanish pronunciation: "c" and "z"

    how to pronounce "c" and "z" in Spain and Latin America

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    ¿Qué tomas? Part 1

    regular conjugation of "-ar" verbs with the example of "tomar" how to build plural nouns definitive articles in the plural

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    ¿Qué tomas? Part 2

    indefinite articles in the plural the numbers 1-10 in Spanish when to use "uno"

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    ¿Qué tomas? Review

    vocabulary from the previous two lessons nouns and articles in the plural numbers

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