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21st May 2017
We are going back to basics in this article. Knowing colors in Spanish can be very helpful if you go shopping or if you need to describe objects or places. The video not only presents the names of the colors, but it also does it in context, so you can strat practising saying complete phrases in Spanish.
Watch the video and then test your memory with the exercises provided below.
14th May 2017
This structure is the equivalent in Spanish to the Past Perfect in English and we use it to describe actions or events before another moment in the past. Think of it as "the past of the past". The construction of the sentence is simple, with the verb "Haber" in past and a past participle. Watch the video below so you can learn the conjugation of this verb with the personal pronouns and examples of how to use it in every-day conversations.
Once you are familiar with the structure, test yourself with the exercises provided.
8th May 2017
We use frequency adverbs with routines and activities the same way they are used in English. However, the Spanish grammar is a little more flexible when it comes to word order. Some frequency words can be used before the verb, some after the verb and even at the end of the sentence or after complementary information.
For this week, we will just learn the equivalent of some of them in Spanish. Watch the video to study more about word order and which adverbs to use when, and then test yourself with the exercises below where you have to remember the words in Spanish.