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Spanish MASTER - Level 2

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This course is geared to those of you who don't know any Spanish and want to start from the very beginning. It is also intended for those who have a basic knowledge but feel their language skills are not good enough, their vocabulary is insufficient, or their sentences just don't come out right. 

Not only are the course's contents and methodology innovative – it also uses a useful and convenient video format!

So what makes this course so unique?

■ It comes in three consecutive parts or stages. Each stage is geared to a different level, and each part can be ordered separately.
■ Just watch, listen and learn! Everything you need to know appears on the screen, ranging from simple grammar hints to subtitles providing translations and explanations in English.
■ Your teachers are native speakers of the Spanish language.
■ Several free lessons are offered for each level. You can start from Part 1 or choose the level appropriate for you!  
Our motto is to give each student the opportunity to work at his/her own pace… (no need to rush) and practice as many times as desired. This is the advantage of self-learning! The idea is for you to gradually improve your skills in what is almost like playing a game, without even feeling you are actually learning.
 

PART 1

In Part 1, comprising 20 lessons, you'll learn how to pronounce all the letters of the Spanish alphabet and many common letter combinations. You'll also learn a variety of useful words and simple sentences to be used in real everyday situations. 
 

PART 2

In Part 2, comprising 15 lessons, you'll learn how to use the basic parts of speech, including verb conjugations, noun forms, adjective forms, and a whole lot more. You'll also acquire some very useful vocabulary and practice the use of the language through entertaining exercises. 
 

PART 3

In Part 3, comprising also 15 lessons, you'll widen and enrich your knowledge and proficiency in the use of the language. You'll also learn many common expressions in Spanish and a lot of new vocabulary for everyday scenarios. At the end of this stage you´ll find a nice surprise!
GENERAL VOCABULARY
In addition, we offer you a very practical bilingual mini-dictionary with more than 1500 items for quick and easy reference.

 

Now, let's get started!

Introduction - Level 2


Welcome to the second stage!
In this stage, comprising 15 lessons, we'll get to know the basic parts of speech, including how to use verbs, noun forms, adjective forms, and a whole lot more.
We'll also acquire some very useful vocabulary and practice the use of the language through entertaining exercises.
 

Are we ready?

So let’s get started!

Lesson 1

 

Un breve diálogo

A short conversation

¿Hay una farmacia cerca?
Is there a pharmacy nearby?

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Preguntas y respuestas
Questions and Answers

¿A qué hora abren? ¿A qué hora cierran?
What time do they open? What time do they close?

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 2

Francisco tiene una casa nueva
Francisco has a new home

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

¿Qué necesitamos en la casa?
What do we need in the house?

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 3

¡Buen provecho!
Enjoy your meal!

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Verbos en tiempo pasado 
El pasado simple (o indefinido)
Verbs in the past tense 
Past simple (also called indefinido)

Verbos que terminan en –ar: 
Verbs ending in –ar: 

El verbo cocinar – Pasado simple
The verb cocinar – Past simple

El verbo preparar – Pasado simple
The verb preparar – Past simple

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 4

Una visita al centro comercial
A visit to the shopping center

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Verbos en tiempo pasado 
El pasado simple (continuación)
Verbs in the past tense 
Past simple (continued)

Verbos que terminan en –er: 
Verbs ending in –er: 

El verbo comprender – Pasado simple
The verb comprender – Past simple

El verbo comer – Pasado simple
The verb comer – Past simple

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

¡No te olvides!
Do not forget!

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 5

Más o menos ... mejor o peor
More or less... better or worse

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Verbos en tiempo pasado 
El pasado simple (continuación)
Verbs in the past tense 
Past simple (continued)

Verbos que terminan en –ir: 
Verbs ending in –ir: 

El verbo vivir – Pasado simple
The verb vivir – Past simple

El verbo decidir – Pasado simple
The verb decidir – Past simple

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Más o menos ... mejor o peor
More or less... better or worse

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 6

Estamos muy cansados
We are very tired

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Verbos en tiempo pasado 
El pasado simple (continuación)
Verbs in the past tense 
Past simple (continued)

Casos especiales: 
Special cases: 

El verbo tener – Pasado simple
The verb tener – Past simple

El verbo estar – Pasado simple
The verb estar – Past simple

El verbo poder – Pasado simple
The verb poder – Past simple

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 7

Sobre gustos no hay nada escrito
No written rules about taste

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Cuestión de gustos
A question of taste

El verbo gustar y similares
The verb gustar and similar verbs

Verbos de la misma familia
Verbs of the same family

Vocabulario del cuerpo humano
Vocabulary of the human body

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 8

El ejercicio físico es bueno para la salud
Physical exercise is good for your health

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Un viejo amigo: el verbo hacer
An old friend: the verb hacer

Un nuevo amigo: el verbo decir
A new friend: the verb decir

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 9

Nos encanta Madrid
We love Madrid

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Parecidos, pero no iguales
Look-alike, but not the same

Pasado simple de “ir” y “ser”
Past simple of “ir” and “ser”

Cantidades indefinidas
Indefinite quantities

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 10

Toda la verdad y nada más
The whole truth and nothing more

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Pronombres indefinidos
Indefinite pronouns

Pronombres / adjetivos / adverbios indefinidos
Indefinite pronouns / adjectives / adverbs

Pronombres / adverbios (sin género ni número) 
Pronouns / Adverbs (without gender or number)

Pronombres / adjetivos (con género y número)
Pronouns / adjectives (with gender and number)

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 11

Cuando éramos niños
When we were kids

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

Verbos – El pasado continuo o habitual
Verbs – Continuous / Usual past tense

El verbo ser en pasado continuo / habitual
The verb ser in continuous / usual tense

El verbo ir en pasado continuo / habitual
The verb ir in continuous / usual tense

El verbo ver en pasado continuo / habitual
The verb ver in continuous / usual tense

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 12

¿Dónde estabas?
Where were you?

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

El verbo venir
The verb venir

El verbo venir – Presente
The verb venir – Present tense

El verbo venir – Pasado simple
The verb venir – Past simple

El verbo venir en pasado continuo / habitual
The verb venir in continuous / usual tense

El verbo venir en futuro
The verb venir in the future

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 13

¿Qué hay en la despensa?
What’s in the pantry?

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

El verbo haber como verbo principal
The verb haber as main verb in the sentence

El verbo haber – Presente
The verb haber – Present tense

El verbo haber – Pasado simple
The verb haber – Past simple

El verbo haber – Pasado continuo
The verb haber – Past continuous

El verbo haber – Futuro
The verb haber – Future tense

La construcción haber + que
The construction haber + que 

Ejercicio 1
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 14

¿Qué estabas haciendo ayer?
What were you doing yesterday?

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

El verbo estar como verbo auxiliar
The verb estar as an auxiliary verb 

Lazos de familia
Family Ties

Ejercicio 1 
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2

Lesson 15

Un bello jardín
A beautiful garden

Vocabulario
Vocabulary

La voz pasiva en español
Passive voice in Spanish 

Lazos de familia
Family Ties

Ejercicio 1 
Exercise 1

Ejercicio 2
Exercise 2
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