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11th July 2017
This exercise is excellent to revise the imperative form. While you are practising your Spanish you can get a few recommendations on how to make your life more enjoyable :).
Watch the video, smile and complete the online activities!
2nd July 2017
The subjunctive is used to describe possible outcomes in the future, advice, conditionals, and hopes and wishes. We can also use it to describe how we feel about certain situations e.g. Me gusta que bailen salsa (I like that they dance salsa). The subjunctive form of the verb is usually preceded by words or expressions such as "cuando" "que" "hasta que" "aunque" "probablemente", amongst others.
Watch the video to learn how to conjugate regular verbs depending on their endings (ar, er, or ir). Test your knowledge and practice with the exercises provided in the link below.
26th June 2017
Apart from the regular conjugations of some verbs in Spanish, we have some that change the root when used with a pronoun and some even change the word completely (e.g. "Ir" changes to "voy" in the 1st person singular).
Have a look at the video which gives a quick explanation on how to conjugate these verbs correctly, then test yourself with a crossword-style game in the link provided below.