Beginner Lessons

Learn the Spanish alphabet. We will focus on pronunciation, including how some letters sound different depending on the vowel that comes after them, to help you sound like a native speaker.

Learn how nouns and articles work in Spanish. We will talk about masculine vs feminine and singular vs plural nouns, how to tell whether a noun is masculine or feminine, and how to match the article to the noun in both gender and number.

Learn how the unusual verb hay (“there is”) works in Spanish.

Learn how to conjugate regular AR verbs in the simple present tense.

Learn how to conjugate regular ER and IR verbs in the simple present tense.

Learn how to talk about the time in Spanish. We will cover both talking about what time it is now, and at what time something will take place.

Learn how to talk about the date in Spanish. We will go over months, and days of the week.

Learn the difference between the two Spanish verbs meaning “to know”: saber & conocer. We’ll go over when to use each one, teach you the present tense conjugation of these two slightly irregular verbs, and review the personal a.

Learn how to conjugate the irregular verb querer (to want) in the present tense. We’ll go over how to use this verb to talk about wanting either things or actions (e.g. “I want coffee.” “I want to sleep.”).

Learn how to conjugate 3 new irregular verbs in the present tense: poder (to be able to), pensar (to think), and salir (to go out).

Learn learn how to conjugate 6 new irregular verbs in the present tense: hacer (to do), poner (to put), venir (to come), decir (to say), dar (to give) and ver (to see).

Learn how to pronounce the 7 letters that sound different between Spanish and English. Pronouncing these letters correctly is the best step to sounding like a real Spanish speaker. We go over how the tongue moves pronouncing these letters in English, and instructions on how it should move to pronounce them in Spanish.

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