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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Spanish Language Site! These are the top ten articles that your Spanish Language Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Spanish Preterite. Irregular Verbs (I)
After having reviewed the conjugation of the Preterite Tense for Regular Verbs, now it is time to learn how irregular Spanish verbs are conjugated in the Preterite. This article contains ´click and listen´ glossary.
2. Conjugating the Verb SER - Simple Tenses
Let´s review the verb Ser, concretely, the following simple tenses: Present, Future,...
3. Preterite Tense Conjugation - Regular Verbs.
Learn to conjugate the Preterite tense of the Spanish Regular verbs. This lesson includes a new feature: ´Click and Listen´ vocabulary (sound files).
4. Conjugating the Verb ESTAR - Simple Tenses
Let´s review the verb Estar; by clicking on any of them you´ll be able to listen to their pronunciations.
5. Conjugating the Verb OIR - Simple Tenses
Let´s review the verb oir (irregular verb); concretely, the following simple tenses: Present, Future, Imperfect and Preterite of Indicative and the Present and both Preterite tenses for the Subjunctive mood.
6. The verb Ser
Spanish verbs "Ser" and "Estar" are both translated as “To be”. The differences in use between these two Spanish verbs is a difficult point for a lot students of Spanish. Through this lesson we’ll review and learn how to use the verb “Ser”.
7. Bueno or Bien?
This is a very common question among Spanish students. With this lesson you will learn to differentiate both terms and use them correctly.
8. Spanish Preterite. - Irregular Verbs (II)
It is time to go on reviewing the Preterite tense conjugation of Spanish irregular verbs. This article also contains sound file for more irregular Spanish verbs / tenses.
9. Spanish D.O. and I.O. Pronouns Exercises.
A list of several online resources to practice the use of Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns.
10. Spanish Regular Verbs Conjugation: Present Indicative.
Present Indicative is a verbal tense that indicates what is happening now...
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