This series of free audio Spanish lessons focus on the basics and have been designed for beginners who want to get the fundamentals of the Spanish language, from the alphabet and numbers in Spanish, to frequently used grammar structures, while getting the building blocks required for using the language on everyday situations frequently faced by students and travelers.
Shortcuts to talk about the Future in Spanish – Part 1 (Podcast) – LSFB 019
In this session we will learn a few easy tools beginners can use to talk about the future and avoid having to conjugate all verbs in the future tense in Spanish.You can find more at: https://learningspanishforbeginners.com/19
Phrases to Ask for Directions in Spanish (Podcast) – LSFB 018
In this session we will learn useful phrases to ask for directions in Spanish. Walking around in a new city is one of the best ways to know more about the local culture and find interesting places to visit.
How to Pronounce the Vowel “i” in Spanish (Podcast) – LSFB 017
In this session we will learn how to pronounce the vowel “i” in Spanish and we will go over a few common examples that showcase the pronunciation of this elusive letter.
Shortcuts to talk about the Past in Spanish – Part 3 (Podcast) – LSFB 016
In this session we will learn a few additional shortcuts to talk about the past in Spanish by using the simplified conjugation structure of the present perfect tense.
Shortcuts to talk about the Past in Spanish Part 2 (Podcast) – LSFB 015
Today we will learn a few additional shortcuts to talk about the past in Spanish by using verbs in present tense and words that talk about time.
Shortcuts to talk about the Past in Spanish – Part 1 (Podcast) – LSFB 014
Today we will learn a few shortcuts to talk about the past in Spanish without having to memorize several long lists of verb conjugations.
I’m learning new things but not that much I’m just going to give it a four start review
Love the podcast but...
Love the podcast, but I’m sad to see that it’s not uploaded regularly... or even being updated at all anymore??
This is a great review for the other materials I’m using. A bit fast but that is how you will hear it on the street. I may need to rewind a few times but it works. Thank you