Intermediate/Advanced Lessons

In this lesson, you will learn the possessive pronouns in Spanish (e.g. “That is ours.”).

In this lesson, you will learn the possessive pronouns in Spanish (e.g. “That is ours.”).

In this lesson, you will learn how to form the imperative, or command, tense (e.g. “Get the door!” “Don’t eat that!”). This video will teach you how to form the imperative tense in the positive and negative tú form. We will also go over the rules for multiple object pronouns: the RID rule (telling you the correct order in which to put the object pronouns) and the LL rule (telling you what to do if you have two object pronouns beginning with “l”).

In this lesson, you will learn how to form the imperative, or command, tense (e.g. “Turn right!” “Let’s go!”). This video will teach you how to form the imperative tense in the positive and negative usted and nosotros forms.

In this lesson, we will go over the differences between the two Spanish words meaning “for”: por & para. You’ll learn the many cases in which to use each one, and we’ll clarify the confusing differences between these two words.

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to form the present perfect tense (ex: “I have eaten.”). In this video, we will teach you the present tense conjugation of haber (have) and review how to form the past participle of Spanish verbs.

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to form the past perfect tense (ex: “I had eaten.”). In this video, we will teach you the past tense conjugation of haber (have) and review how to form the past participle of Spanish verbs.

In this lesson, you will learn how to use time adverbs (yet, still, already and anymore) in Spanish. We will cover ya, todavía and seguir in both positive and negative sentences.

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