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Grammar Notes page

¡Gracias! Teachers & students are welcome to use the materials presented here. I ask only that you cite me as the materials are copyrighted, and also licensed under Creative Commons. The Grammar explanations are organized into three groups: Grammar Basics, which includes the Spanish alphabet, pronunciation, greetings, gender and adjective agreement, and more grammar structures & constructs.

On each page you will find links to exercises, activities, and games in the Practice Zone, a yellow block in the Navigation Bar to the left. Tips for using your Spanish: Many Spanish phrases do not translate literally. Although we translate Me llamo Deborah as "My name is Deborah", it really means "I'm called Deborah" or "I call myself Deborah". Learn Spanish Online Free - Learning Spanish.

Spanish Learning Lab: Learn Spanish with free, communicative lessons. Spanish Flash Cards - Spanish Flashcards. – Últimas Noticias, Farándula, Novelas, Fútbol, Radio.

English to Spanish Translation, Dictionary and Translator. Ejercicios de español. Home. Home Activities: Adjectives & Nouns Adverbs Articles Command Forms Comparisons Conditional Tense Demonstrative Adjectives Future Tense Gustar Verbs like Gustar Interrogative Words Negative/Affirmative Words Numbers Past Participle Perfect Tenses Por vs Para Prepositions with qtvr movie Present Participle (gerund) Present Progressive Tense Present Tense Preterite Tense Preterites w/ Irregular Meanings Preterite vs Imperfect Pronouns DO Pronouns IO Pronunciation Reflexive Verbs Relative Pronouns Saber vs Conocer Ser vs Estar Sequence of Tenses Si Clauses Subjunctive Mood (present) Subjunctive mood (past) Time-¿Qué hora es?


Tener-idiomatic expressions Unplanned events with SE. Authentic spanish language and pedagogy. Online Listening Exercises, Phrases, Dialogues, Myths and Legends. Spanish Quick Reference v2. The four-page Spanish course When you go to a foreign country it's comforting to know that you have a way to communicate if you need to.

Spanish Quick Reference v2

To this end, I looked online for a Spanish Quick Reference and didn't find one. Then a friend went to Cuba, and I decided to make one myself. Later, a hard drive crashed and I lost the original document (only the PDF remains), but I wanted to make a new-and-improved reference with more information. The new reference (update 2.20: Sept 2014) requires two double-sided sheets of paper, but the first sheet is most important (the second sheet contains supplemental information, so you can generally go without it).

Sorry about the strange file name. I used various techniques to pack a lot of words into a small space. This blog entry is a combination of the tips I wrote for the first quick reference, plus the final page of the new quick reference, which is a very quick introduction to grammar in general and Spanish in particular. Spanish Pronto!: Basic Study Reference. Simple Search. Spanish Pronto!: Basic Study Reference. 20,000 words in Spanish in 20 minutes - Cheat Sheet. Ricitos de Oro y Los Tres Osos - Children's stories in Spanish and English. Érase una vez que había tres osos: un Papá Oso, una Mamá Osa y un Bebe Oso.

Ricitos de Oro y Los Tres Osos - Children's stories in Spanish and English

Ellos vivían juntos en una casa amarilla con un techo rojo en medio de un gran bosque. translation ▼▶ Once upon a time there were three bears: A father bear, a mother bear and a little bear. They lived all together in a yellow house in the middle of a big forest. Un día, Mamá Osa cocinó un una gran olla de sopa deliciosa y caliente para el desayuno. One day, Mother Bear prepared a big pot of delicious hot porridge for breakfast. Cerca del bosque vivía una pequeña niña llamada Ricitos de Oro. Near the forest lived a little girl named Goldilocks. "¡Oh, estoy tan hambrienta!

" "Oh, I'm so hungry! " Ella tocó la puerta de la casa y miró a través de la ventana. She knocked on the door of the house and peeked through the window. Primero, Ricitos de Oro probó la sopa en el tazón de Papá Oso. First, Goldilocks tasted the porridge in Father Bear's bowl. Links to online Spanish language resources. Languages Resources Spanish. Learn Spanish online - language resources. Spanish Web Resources - Web Links. Culture and HistoryMusic, Radio, & TelevisionNews and MagazinesLiteratureLanguage Learning SitesChat and Virtual WorldsCountry/City ToursGrab BagProfessional Language Associations Culture and History Top Music, Radio, and Television News and Magazines Literature Language Learning Sites Chat and Virtual Worlds Country/City Tours.

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Learn Spanish Online Free. Los Tres Cerditos - The Three Little Pigs in Spanish and English. Érase una vez que había una mamá cerda que tenía tres cerditos.

Los Tres Cerditos - The Three Little Pigs in Spanish and English

Ella los amaba mucho, pero no había suficiente comida para alimentarlos, así que los cerditos tuvieron que ir a buscar su suerte. translation ▼▶ Once upon a time there was a mama pig who had three little pigs. She loved them very much but there was not enough food to feed them, so the little pigs had to go seek their fortune. El primer cerdito decidió ir al sur. The first little pig decided to go South. Como el cerdito dijo "por favor", el granjero le dio la paja y el cerdito construyó una bella casa.

Because the little pig said "please", the farmer gave him the straw and the little pig built a beautiful house. Después de construir la casa, el cerdito decidió tomar una siesta en su cama hecha de paja. After building the house, the little pig decided to take a nap in his bed made of straw. Spanish. Spanish.