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Español para principiantes - Saludos y encuentros

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Latin American Neutral Spanish

In a very amusing manner, Marina and Sol teach us some common greetings in Spanish. Study live with Marina, Sol and other great teachers at GoSpanish.Com. Your first five days are free.

Español para principiantes - Hablando de ubicaciones

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Argentina

Marina and Sol explain to us how the verb "estar" [to be] can be used to describe the location of people, places and things.

Español para principiantes - Los números del 1 al 100

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Argentina

With examples, Marina and Sol teach us the numbers in Spanish from one to one hundred.

Español para principiantes - Los colores

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Latin American Neutral Spanish

Through their clear and concise conversation, Marina and Sol teach us about the colors in Spanish as well as the verbs "gustar" [to like] and "encantar" [to love]. Live classes with Marina, Sol and similar teachers at GoSpanish.com. Try free. Drop in anytime.

Español para principiantes - Demostrativos

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Argentina

Demonstrative pronouns such as "this ," "that," "these" and "those" can help us to indicate specific things. This video teaches us several demonstrative pronouns in Spanish.

Español para principiantes - Los días de la semana

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Latin American Neutral Spanish

A casual conversation between friends helps us to learn the days of the week in Spanish. Live small group classes start every hour on the hour with these and other fine teachers at GoSpanish.Com. Try it free for five days, no credit card needed. One on one classes are also available.

Español para principiantes - La hora

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Argentina, Latin American Neutral Spanish

Sol has a Spanish class for beginners and Marina offers to help her with her lesson on telling time. It is interesting to note that the word "tarde" can be translated as either "afternoon" or "evening" in English depending upon the hour being referred to, as you will see from their explanation that it encompasses a long period of time in Spanish which differs, perhaps, from many English speakers' notions of "afternoon" and "evening." You will also note that "Buenas noches" [literally "Good night"] may be used when many English speakers might use "Good evening" to, for example, greet someone at later hours whereas "Good night" in English tends to be used mainly at bedtime or to say goodbye at night.

Español para principiantes - Una plática de pasillo

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Argentina

A new teacher at a school gets acquainted with her coworker in the hallway.

Español para principiantes - Las vocales

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

Latin American Neutral Spanish

It's time to learn the five Spanish vowels along with some examples.

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