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If you watched the lesson called Personal Pronouns, you know there are two ways to say “you” in Spanish–formally and informally. At first this really sucks–especially since most teachers and programs don’t explain it all that well. But for this lesson, I made the video I wish I had when I started speaking Spanish.watch the video
When you’re learning Spanish, lots of rules are important to see once, then forget. How adverbs work, is a good example. When I did a little Googling, I saw there are five ways adverbs are used. Ugh. More rules. Then, after a few seconds, I noticed something… adverbs in Spanish, work exactly like they do in English! There’s NO REASON to memorize five rules when you can just use them as you naturally would. But like I said, this is an example of a time when it’s good to see the rules once, then forget them and just use them. In this case, knowing isn’t just half the battle, it’s the whole enchilada.watch the video
In this video, the first in an 8-part series, we talk about what the “parts of speech” are, and how they work. Plus, I’ll show you the framework that every clause in every sentence adheres to in reality.watch the video