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Clase Aula Azul - El verbo parecer - Part 1

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Parecer means "to seem," and when used with indirect object pronouns (me, te, etc.), can be used to express an opinion. When El Aula Azul's Ioia asks, "Cristián, ¿qué te parece San Sebastián?" a translation might be, "Cristian, how does San Sebastian seem to you?" Or, more commonly stated, "Cristian, what do you think of San Sebastian"?

Clase Aula Azul - El verbo parecer - Part 2

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Spain

The teacher gives further examples of some different indirect object pronouns and their meanings in sentences with the verb "parecer" [to seem].

Clase Aula Azul - El verbo parecer - Part 3

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The instructor goes on to explain explain how "parecer" changes depending on whether the noun about which one is speaking is singular or plural.

Clase Aula Azul - El verbo parecer - Part 4

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The teacher continues her demonstration of how to use "parecer" with various pronouns and a plethora of adjectives.

Clase Aula Azul - El verbo parecer - Part 5

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The teacher explains how the reflexive verb, "parecerse," is different from the verb "parecer" and means "to look like."

Clase Aula Azul - El verbo parecer - Part 6

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The teacher goes on to conjugate the reflexive verb, "parecerse," or "to look like," in the various grammatical persons.

Clase Aula Azul - El verbo parecer - Part 7

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The teacher ends the series by explaining and demonstrating the difference between the verbs "parecer" and "parecerse."

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