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GRITAR (Imperfecto)
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GRITAR (Imperfecto)

GRITAR (Imperfecto) Learn and practice Spanish with this conjugation “GRITAR (Imperfecto)”:The verb “To scream” is conjugated this way in Imparfait Tense: Yo gritaba, tú gritabas, él gritaba, ella gritaba, nosotros gritábamos, ustedes gritaban, ellos gritaban, ellas gritaban. Practice this verbs in Imperfect using Quizlet: Do you want to practice more Spanish verbs in imperfect tense?...

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Cápsula 20 – Círculos de conversación

Cápsula 20 – Círculos de conversación In this post “Cápsula 20 – Círculos de conversación” we offer you 3 familiar questions that will help you in your conversations. You can use this capsule to interact with a person in a simple way by asking and answering these 3 simple questions. Enjoy! Cápsula 20 Spanish English...

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¿Puedes describir tu ciudad?

¿Puedes describir tu ciudad? In this post, you are going to practice the question: “¿Puedes describir tu ciudad?” Can you describe your city?  Learn how to pronounce and ask correctly this question with this little practice. Feel free to practice the other questions on the list. Spanish question: Questions ¿Puedes describir tu ciudad? (familiar form)...

GRITAR (Pretérito)
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GRITAR (Pretérito)

GRITAR (Pretérito) Learn and practice Spanish with this conjugation “GRITAR (Pretérito)”:The verb “To scream” is conjugated this way in Preterite Tense: Yo grité, tú gritaste, él gritó, ella gritó, nosotros gritamos, ustedes gritaron, ellos gritaron, ellas gritaron. Practice this verbs in Pretérito using Quizlet: Do you want to practice more Spanish verbs in preterite tense?...

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Una historia de Febrero

Una historia de Febrero In this reading, “Una historia de Febrero”, on Valentine’s Day, February 14, Anna and Lucas met in a café called Cupidon. The owner gave them a box of chocolates as a gift. After spending a night talking, they became good friends.Learn more about this lovely story and practice Spanish vocabulary about...

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La vida no consiste en esperar a que pase la tormenta

La vida no consiste en esperar a que pase la tormenta Enhance your Spanish pronunciation by engaging with this inspiring sentence: “La vida no consiste en esperar a que pase la tormenta, sino en aprender a bailar bajo la lluvia.” which translates to “Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, but learning...

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Sé tú el cambio que quieres ver

Sé tú el cambio que quieres ver Enhance your Spanish pronunciation by engaging with this inspiring sentence: “Sé tú el cambio que quieres ver en el mundo.” which translates to “Be the change you want to see in the world.” Embrace this sentence to bolster your comfort level with Spanish. Remember, pronunciation entails more than...

GRITAR (Presente)
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GRITAR (Presente)

GRITAR (Presente) Learn and practice Spanish with this conjugation “GRITAR (Presente)”:The verb “To scream” is conjugated this way in present tense: Yo grito, tú gritas, él grita, ella grita, nosotros gritamos, ustedes gritan, ellos gritan, ellas gritan. Practice this verbs “to scream” in present tense using Quizlet: Do you want to practice more Spanish verbs...

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La panadería

La panadería In this reading “La panadería” you will learn about a baker and his dad and how they pass their work from generation to generation. Yo will use the imperfect past tense. Enjoy reading and practicing Spanish vocabulary about your a bakery. Readings : The bakery Spanish English Cuando entré a la panadería para...

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Si mi serpiente supiera silbar

Si mi serpiente supiera silbar Learn and practice Spanish pronunciation with this tongue twister: “Si mi serpiente supiera silbar, sería una serpiente silbadora”. Then try more Spanish pronunciation exercises. Oral expression exercises can help you to articulated sounds and show you what words and sounds you have trouble with pronouncing. Practice these tongue twisters and...