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Sounds and Symbols
  • The Spanish Alphabet
  • Vowels and Vowel Sounds
  • Consonants and Consonant Sounds
  • Stress and Intonation Systems
  • Characters and Accent Marks
Nouns
  • Nouns – Basics
  • Nouns – Singular and Plural
  • Nouns – Masculine and Feminine
  • Nouns – Definite Articles
  • Nouns – Indefinite Articles
Adjectives
  • Adjectives – Basics
  • Adjective Agreement
  • Adjective Placement
  • Possessive Adjectives
Verbs
  • Personal Pronouns
  • Verb Conjugation – Basics
Irregular Verbs
  • Irregular Verbs – Basics
  • First-Person Irregular Verbs
  • Stem-Changing Verbs – [E-IE]
  • Stem-Changing Verbs – [E-I]
  • Stem-Changing Verbs – [O-UE]
Sentence Structure
  • Asking Questions – Yes/No
  • Asking Questions – Interrogatives
  • Basic Negation
  • Adverbs – Basics
  • Transitional Words and Phrases
The Verb [SER]
  • The Verb [SER] – Basics
  • The Verb [SER] with Origin
  • The Verb [SER] with Personal Descriptions
  • The Verb [SER] with Nationalities
  • The Verb [SER] with Telling Time
  • The Verb [SER] with Professions and Titles
  • The Verb [SER] with Possession
The Verbs [ESTAR] and [QUEDAR]
  • The Verb [ESTAR] – Basics
  • The Verb [ESTAR] with Health
  • The Verb [ESTAR] with Emotions or States
  • The Verb [ESTAR] with Location
  • The Verb [ESTAR] with the Present Progressive Tense
  • The Verb [QUEDAR] with Location
The Verbs [SER] vs. [ESTAR]
  • The Verbs [SER] vs. [ESTAR]
The Verb TENER
  • The Verb [TENER] – Basics
  • The Verb [TENER] with Possession
  • The Verb [TENER] with Age
  • The Verb [TENER] with Hair and Eyes
  • The Verb [TENER] with Other Expressions
The Verb [HACER]
  • The Verb [HACER] – Basics
  • The Verb [HACER] with Time
  • The Verb [HACER] with Weather Expressions
The Verbs [SABER] and [CONOCER]
  • The Verb [SABER] with Information
  • The Verb [CONOCER] with Familiarity
  • The Verbs [SABER] vs. [CONOCER]
Liking and Disliking
  • The Verb [GUSTAR]
  • The Verb [ENCANTAR]
  • The Verb [DISGUSTAR]
Urgency
  • Urgency with [TENER QUE]
  • Urgency with [DEBER]
  • Urgency with [NECESITAR]
The Present Indicative Tense
  • The Present Indicative Tense
  • Present Indicative and Future Events
  • Present Tense [-AR] Verbs
  • Present Tense [-ER] Verbs
  • Present Tense [-IR] Verbs
The Preterite Past Tense
  • The Preterite Past Tense – Basics
  • Regular Preterite [-AR] Verbs
  • Regular Preterite [-ER] Verbs
  • Regular Preterite [-IR] Verbs
  • Stem-Changing Verbs in the Preterite
The Imperfect Past Tense
  • The Preterite and Imperfect Past Tenses
  • The Imperfect Past Tense – Basics
  • Imperfect Regular [-AR] Verbs
  • Imperfect Regular [-ER] and [-IR] Verbs
  • Irregular Verbs in the Imperfect Tense
Types of Future
  • The Verb [IR+A] with the Periphrastic Future
  • The Verb [IR+A] with Places
  • The Future Tense
  • Irregular Verbs in the Future Tense
  • The Conditional Mood
  • Irregular Verbs in the Conditional Mood
Imperatives
  • Imperatives – Basics
  • Formal Commands
  • Affirmative Informal Commands
  • Negative Informal Commands
  • Nosotros Commands
  • Vosotros Commands
  • Commands with Pronouns
Prepositions
  • Prepositions of Place
  • The Preposition [DE]
  • The Preposition [CON]
  • The Preposition [POR]
  • The Preposition [PARA]
  • The Prepositions [POR] vs. [PARA]
The Progressive Tenses
  • The Present Progressive Tense
The Perfect Tenses
  • The Perfect Tenses – Basics
  • The Present Perfect
  • The Past Perfect (Pluperfect)
The Past Participle
  • The Past Participle
  • The Verb [ESTAR] with Past Participles
  • Irregular Past Participles
The Verb HABER
  • The Verb Form [HAY]
Demonstratives
  • Demonstrative Adjectives
  • Demonstrative Pronouns
Comparatives and Superlatives
  • Comparatives – Basics
  • Comparisons of Equality
  • Comparisons of Inequality
  • Comparisons of Quantity
  • Superlatives
Object Pronouns
  • Direct Object Pronouns
  • Indirect Object Pronouns
  • Double Object Pronouns
Relative Pronouns / Adjectives
  • Relative Pronouns – [QUE]
  • Relative Pronouns – [QUIEN]
  • Relative Pronouns – [LO QUE]
  • Relative Adjectives – [CUYO]
Uses of [SE]
  • Reflexive Verbs
  • Infinitive of Reflexive Verbs
  • Reciprocal Verbs
  • The Impersonal [SE]
  • The Passive [SE]
  • [SE] for Unplanned Occurrences
The Subjunctive
  • Subjunctive – Basics
  • Subjunctive with Impersonal Expressions
  • Subjunctive with Doubt or Denial
  • Subjunctive with Volition
  • Subjunctive with Emotion
  • Subjunctive with Ojalá
  • Subjunctive with Adjective Clauses
  • Subjunctive with Adverbial Clauses
  • Past (Imperfect) Subjunctive – Basics
  • Past (Imperfect) Subjunctive – [IF] Clauses