Spanish verb HAY – Negative sentences (01170)

In this unit you are going to learn how to build negative sentences using the verb HAY. In English you will say THERE ISN’T and THERE AREN’T. In Spanish you just need to add NO in front of the verb: NO HAY. Remember that you need to make the constant effort of speaking aloud.

Now you should practice with HAY in negative sentences, practice more with adjectives, or study the verb SER (to be) in Spanish.

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Spanish adjectives – 1 (01100)

In this lesson you are going to be introduced to the use of adjectives in Spanish. For this unit you need to be familiar with the gender (masculine & feminine) and the number (singular & plural). The most important difference between English and Spanish with regards to adjectives is that in English the adjective goes first and then the noun, while in Spanish the noun goes first, and then the adjective. At the beginning it sounds a little weird, but you will get used to it very soon.

Your next step should be to practice with adjectives, or practice more with THERE IS & THERE ARE, or start learning the verb SER (to be).

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Spanish verb HAY – There are (01050)

In this lesson you will learn the basics about the Spanish verb HAY in plural, or THERE ARE in English.

Now you need to practice with HAY or study the adjectives in Spanish.

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Spanish verb HAY – There is (00980)

In this unit you will lear how to start building sentences in Spanish using the verb HAY. The equivalent in English is THERE IS. You will realize how you can put together whole sentences in Spanish using the very simple components that you have learned so far and with very little vocabulary.

Now you need to practice with HAY or study the structure THERE ARE in Spanish.

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Spanish plural indefinite article – UNOS & UNAS (00920)

This unit provides the basics about the Spanish plural indefinite article (UNOS & UNAS). It is a very simple lesson.

Now you need to practice with the plural indefinite article in Spanish.

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Spanish indefinite article – UN & UNA (00860)

Once you are familiar with the definite article in singular (EL & LA) and in plural (LOS & LAS), it’s time to start learning the indefinite article in Spanish. We will start with the singular indefinite article (UN & UNA). For this unit you must know basic vocabulary and the gender.

Now you need to practice with the indefinite article and nouns.

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Spanish plural definite article – LOS & LAS (00790)

We have already studied the definite article in its singular form: EL & LA. However, we cannot use the singular articule when the words are in plural. We need a plural definite article, which in Spanish is going to be LOS for masculine words and LAS for feminine words. In this unit you will learn the basics about the plural definite article. Before you study this lesson, you need to be familiar with the gender, the plural, and the singular definite article.

Once you have understood how to use it, you should practice with the plural definite article and nouns.

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