Practice with UN & UNA – 4 (00900)

In this unit you will practice the contrast between the singular indefinite article (UN & UNA) and the singular definite article (EL & LA), which you learned in previous lessons. Remember to pronounce aloud the words, since that is the ultimate goal.


Now you can practice more with the singular indefinite article or study the plural indefinite article in Spanish.

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Practice with UN & UNA – 3 (00890)

In this unit you will practice with the singular indefinite article (UN & UNA). You will also use the preposition DE to build more complex segments.


You can now practice more with the singular indefinite article or study the plural indefinite article.

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Practice with UN & UNA – 2 (00880)

A very simple unit to keep practicing with the singular indefinite article (UN & UNA). You just need to pronounce these segments using the appropriate indefinite article.


You can now practice more with the singular indefinite article or study the plural indefinite article in Spanish.

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Practice with UN & UNA – 1 (00870)

In this exercise you will start practicing with the singular indefinite article (UN & UNA). It is a very simple one. You just need to know some vocabulary and the basics about the indefinite article. Check the gender of the words and pronounce the segments in Spanish with the appropriate article.


You can now practice more with the singular indefinite article or study 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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