Learn The Basics of Spanish PDF

Learn The Basics of Spanish PDF

LEARN SPANISH

Spanish I
1. Some Basic Phrases
2. Pronunciation
3. Alphabet
4. Articles and Demonstratives
5. Subject Pronouns
6. To Be and to Have
7. Question Words
8. Numbers / Ordinals
9. Days of the Week
10. Months of the Year
11. Seasons
12. Directions
13. Color
14. Time
15. Weather
16. Prepositions
17. Family and Animals
18. To Know People and Facts
19. Formation of Plural Nouns
20. Possessive Adjectives
21. To Do or Make
22. Work and School
23. Countries and Nationalities
24. To / In and From places
25. To Come and to Go
26. Misc. Words
27. Conjugating Regular Verbs
28. Reflexive Verbs
29. Irregularities in Regular Verbs
30. Impersonal a
31. Preterite Tense
32. Irregular Preterite Tense
33. Imperfect Tense
34. Food and Meals
35. Gustar
36. Fruits, Vegetables, Meats
37. To Take or Drink
38. Commands
39. More Negatives
40. Holiday Phrases
Mexican National Anthem

Spanish II
41. Useful Expressions
42. Present Progressive
43. Haber
44. Present Perfect
45. Places
46. Transportation
47. To Want, to Be Able to, to Have to
48. House
49. Furniture
50. Comparative and Superlative
51. Irregular Forms
52. Clothing
53. To Wear
54. Future Tenses
55. Preceding Adjectives
56. More Adjectives
57. Sports and Hobbies
58. Nature
59. To Say and to Go Out
60. Para vs. Por and Pero vs. Sino
61. Object Pronouns
62. Parts of the Body
63. Asking Questions
64. To Give and To Bring
65. Relative Pronouns
66. Disjunctive Pronouns
67. To Hear and to Smell
68. Animals
69. Past Perfect
70. Suffixes

Spanish III (Not finished yet!)
71. Adverbs
72. Passive Voice
73. Uses of the Infinitive
74. Shopping
75. Post Office and Bank
76. Conditional Tenses
77. Infinitives followed by Prepositions
78. Office / School Supplies
79. Parts of a Car / Gas Station
80. Subjunctive Mood
81. Irregular Subjunctive Mood
82. Uses of the Subjunctive
83. Travelling / Airport
84. Cosmetics / Toiletries
85. Other Perfect Tenses

SAMPLE:
Common Expressions with to be to be afraid – tener miedo to be against – estar en contra to be at fault – tener la culpa to be careful – tener cuidado to be cold – tener frío to be curious – ser curioso (a) to be happy – estar contento (a) to be hot – tener calor to be hungry – tener hambre to be in a hurry – tener prisa, estar de prisa to be jealous – tener celos to be lucky – tener suerte to be patient – tener paciencia to be successful – tener éxito to be thirsty – tener sed to be tired – estar cansado (a)

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