Learn the Spanish language
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Lessons edit

Valencia at night.
The Atlantic coast of Galicia in Spain.
Alhambra, Granada.
Mezquita, Córdoba.

Páginas generales edit

Punto de partida edit

  "A starting point" — the basics of conversation and grammar.

¿Qué opinas? edit

  "What do you think?" — a world of opinions and viewpoints.

  •   ¿Dónde vives?Countries, Habitations, "O" and "A" Adjectives, City and Countryside.
  •   ¿Qué te gusta hacer?Sports and Activities, UE Verbs, Complex sentences, Negatives, Opinions.
  •   ¿Qué comes?Food and Drink, In the Shop, "E" and Consonant Adjectives, Colours.

¿Cuándo se hará? edit

  "When will it be done?" — The busy world of time.

Appendices edit

Vocabulary edit

Grammar edit

Verbs edit

  •   Spanish/Tenses is a grammar appendix which outlines all possible verb conjugations for regular Spanish verbs. Verbs are first divided by mood (indicative, subjunctive, imperative), then by aspect (simple, perfect, continuous, perfect continuous), and finally by tense (present, preterite, imperfect, conditional, future). This appendix can be used as a reference for any and all regular verb conjugations.
  •   Spanish/Verbs (archived) is a guide to verbs, with some other pages in it too.

Nouns edit

  •   Valuable noun-related phrases (perfect for the beginner). Will prove valuable for also learning present tense and past tense. Can be used to learn the sentence structure.

Pronouns edit

Other materials edit

The materials below are mostly miscellaneous or incomplete.

Incomplete lessons edit

  •   Las personas Describing people and opinions about them.
  •   La escuelaSchool, ser versus estar.
  •   El tiempo pasadoThe past tense- All about the past tense in Spanish: Preterito, Imperfecto, Differences between the two.

Learning edit

Alternative methods of learning edit

Contributing to this Wikibook edit

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