Spanish verb SER – Interrogative sentences (01640)

Once you know how to build affirmative and negative sentences using the verb SER, it is now time to learn how to build interrogative sentences. The process is very similar to what you do in English.

Now you need to practice with SER in interrogative sentences, or learn a little more about Spanish gender, or study the demonstratives in Spanish.

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Spanish verb SER – Negative sentences (01590)

Now that you know the basics about the Spanish verb SER and you are able to build affirmative sentences using the different forms of the verb corresponding to the personal pronouns, it is time to start learning how to build negative sentences with the verb SER. The process is very similar to English, as you will see.

Now you need to practice with the verb SER in negative sentences. If you think you don’t need practice, move ahead and start learning the verb SER in interrogative sentences.

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Spanish verb SER & Personal pronouns – 2 (01530)

Now that you have learned how to build sentences with the Spanish verb SER and the singular subject pronouns, it’s time to learn the forms of the verb SER corresponding to the plural subject pronouns. You will learn that in this unit and then you will have many opportunities to practice.

Once you have completed this unit, you can go over some practice units or study the verb SER in negative sentences.

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Spanish verb SER & Personal Pronouns – 1 (01480)

This is a very important lesson. You will start learning the singular subject pronouns and the verb SER in Spanish, TO BE in English. This verb is one of the most important ones in Spanish. As soon as you learn it, you will be able to build thousands of sentences in Spanish with very little vocabulary. There will be many other units to practice with the verb SER. This particular lesson is longer than previous ones and you need to put some extra effort. However, if you learn this verb well, you will save a lot of time for later.

Now you can practice with the verb SER or study the verb SER with the plural subject pronouns.

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Practice with HAY – Interrogative sentences – 2 (01430)

This is another lesson to practice with the verb HAY in interrogative sentences. There are several practice units and they will increase in complexity. However, it is all a matter of putting together properly all the components of the sentence. Remember to pronounce aloud.

You can now practice more with HAY or study the verb SER.

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Spanish verb HAY – Interrogative sentences (01410)

Now that you know how to build affirmative and negative sentences using the verb HAY, it is time to learn how to put together interrogative sentences. In Spanish it is very simple. You will basically have to build the sentence exactly as an affirmative one and just change the intonation when asking a question.

Now you need to practice with HAY in interrogative sentences, or study the verb SER.

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Spanish adjectives – 3 (01350)

This is a very important unit where you are going to learn that some Spanish adjectives don’t change based on the gender of the noun they are affecting, and the same form is used for masculine and feminine.

After completing the unit, you should practice more with adjectives, or practice more with the verb HAY, or go directly to learn the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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