Use the Spanish Verb "ser"

How To : Conjugate the Spanish verb "ser"

Each verb in the Spanish language has several tenses and forms of conjugation. Learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb "ser," meaning "to be," in each tense with tips from a Spanish teacher in this free foreign language video series. Part 1 of 16 - How to Conjugate the Spanish ...more

How To : Use the Spanish verb "hacer"

Larry Keim, the host of "Rolling R's", teaches Junior High School Spanish and has created this video podcast to give away Spanish lessons for free. In this show, Larry demonstrates the verb “hacer” which means “to do" or "to make.” He'll go over how to say it and how to use it.

How To : Conjugate the Spanish verb "hacer"

Each verb in the Spanish language has several tenses and forms of conjugation. Learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb "hacer," meaning "to do," in each tense with tips from a Spanish teacher in this free foreign language video series. Part 1 of 16 - How to Conjugate the Spani ...more

How To : Conjugate the Spanish verb "creer"

Each verb in the Spanish language has several verb tenses and forms of verb conjugation. Learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb "creer", meaning "to believe", in each verb tense with tips from a Spanish teacher in this free foreign language video series. Part 1 of 16 - How to ...more

How To : Use the Spanish verb "gustar"

Larry Keim, the host of "Rolling R's", teaches Junior High School Spanish in Mesa, Arizona. He has a passion for Spanish, and he's created this video podcast to give away Spanish lessons for free. In this lesson, Larry shows you how to say “I like . . .” using the Spanish verb ...more

How To : Use Spanish verb "llevar"

Larry Keim, the host of "Rolling R's", teaches Junior High School Spanish in Mesa, Arizona. He has a passion for Spanish, and he's created this video podcast to give away Spanish lessons for free. In this show, Larry introduces you to the Spanish verb “llevar” which means “to ...more

How To : Use Spanish verb "ir"

Larry Keim, the host of "Rolling R's", teaches Junior High School Spanish in Mesa, Arizona. He has a passion for Spanish, and he's created this video podcast to give away Spanish lessons for free. In this lession, Larry shows how to use the Spanish verb “ir” that is pronounced ...more

How to Speak Spanish : Reflexive verbs & stem changers

In this video, learn about los verbos relexivos. Some examples of daily use actions: Yo me cepillo los dientes. This means I brush my teeth. For most beginning students of Spanish, one of the hardest things to understand is verbs. That’s because verbs in Spanish act differentl ...more

How To : Use reflexive verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use reflexive verbs in Spanish. All of the reflexive verbs are related. Once you have your verb changed, you will have to change how you are saying the different words in the sentence. If you are talking about yourself, you will have to make sure ...more

How To : Practice conjugating verbs in Spanish

This lesson continues the teaching of Spanish verb conjugation and it also provides practice exercises. Watch, listen, learn, and practice. Watch all eight lessons! Send your reviews, thoughts, comments, and questions to: SpanishWithFidel@gmail.com Visit The Site: www.freew ...more

How To : Conjugate stem changing verbs in Spanish

If you are confused in Spanish class, give this tutorial a try. In it, you will learn how to conjugate stem changing verbs in Spanish, using the verb "querer" as an example. Stem changes can be confusing for a first time Spanish learner, but this video can help. You will learn ...more

How To : Use the antes de and despues de verbs in Spanish

In this tutorial, we learn how to speak Spanish: Antes de / despues de + verb. If you want to say "I eat breakfast before I go to school" you will say "yo desayuno antes de ir a la escuela". You will change a verb in the phrase depending on where it is placed in the sentence. ...more

How To : Conjugate "-ar" verbs in Spanish

When you start learning Spanish, you will need to know how to conjugate verbs properly. In this tutorial, learn to conjugate one of the most common types of verbs - those that end in the letters "-ar". This video is taught by a real teacher and includes many examples, so follo ...more

How To : Use the entes de and después de verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish: Antes de / DespuŽs de + verbs. When you say "antes de" this means before and "despues de" means after. Saying these in sentences can help describe doing something at a specific time. The formula for this is to have the "antes/despu ...more

How To : Use the present tense of -AR verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish: Present tense of -AR verbs (tu form). When you are speaking with "ar" verbs, you will have to change them depending on who you are talking about. You will also have to change if you are talking about yourself and depending on what ...more

How To : Use present tense of Spanish AR verbs

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish using present tense AR verbs. "Nosotros" means "we", "nosotras" means we as well, it's just talking about a female while the other is talking about a male. Common "ar" verbs include: necesitar, patinar, practicar, terminar, tocar, t ...more

How To : Use the present tense of AR verbs in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish by using the present tense of AR verbs. For females, "ellas" means they and for males "ellos" means they. To say "you all" you would say "ustedes". For example, the word "trabajar" would knock the "ar" off depending on who was the s ...more

How To : Use the passive voice in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use the passive voice in Spanish. The first way to use the passive voice in Spanish is to use "ser", the second is by using "se". First, recognize the subject, verb, and object in your sentence. Now, write your sentence using a passive voice, mak ...more

How To : Use present subjunctive in Spanish

How to conjugate in the subjunctive in Spanish for the present tense. Many people do not know how to conjugate this tricky mood, but with Professor Jason it is a piece of cake! The rules for conjugating a verb in the present subjunctive are actually very simple and straightfo ...more

How To : Use the phrase "¿Cómo eres?" in Spanish

Check out this Spanish language lesson that shows you how to use the phrase "¿Cómo eres?" in Spanish. This language lesson covers the yo and tú forms of the verb SER (to be). As well as telling you how to say Yo soy (I am) and Tú eres (you are), this instructional Spanish lang ...more

How To : Use the Spanish word "hablar"

Larry Keim, the host of "Rolling R's", teaches Junior High School Spanish in Mesa, Arizona. He has a passion for Spanish, and he's created this video podcast to give away Spanish lessons for free. This video covers the verb hablar, which means "to speak". Use the Spanish word ...more

How To : Speak Any Language Fluently In Months

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How To : Understand subject pronouns in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to understand subject pronouns in Spanish. Subject pronouns are pronouns that stand in for the person that is going to carry out the action in the sentence. In English, sentence pronouns are things like "I", "you", "he", "she", "we", and "you guys". ...more

How To : Use the phrase "I like" or "me gusta" in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to speak Spanish: "me gusta" (I like). First, you will need to learn how to form sentences. After saying "me gusta", you will need to say a verb that you like to do. These include: "nadar" (to swim), "practicar deportes" (to practice sports), and "e ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Order food & drinks in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to order food and drinks in Spanish. First, you will need to learn how to say "to want", "I need", "please", "to be able to". Once you familiarize yourself with these phrases, you will have the first part of being ready to order in Spanish. You will ...more

How To : Talk about your daily routine in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to talk about your daily routine in Spanish. First, you need to learn common expressions about doing things. The key verbs that talk about your typical routine include: "despertarse" (to wake up), "levantarse" (to get up), "banarse" (to bathe), and ...more

How To : Use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish. When you are speaking in first person, you are going to use the singular "yo". If you are speaking in plurals, you will us "os", such as "nosotros". For second person familiar, you will use "tu", ...more

How To : Discuss future plans in Spanish

This lively video explains how to discuss future plans in Spanish. Professor Jason explains that it's not that difficult for English people learning Spanish as the same construction is used for 'going to'. There is also a separate future tense, using one set of endings that yo ...more

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