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203 Lesson Using the Spanish Imperative and prefixes LightSpeed Spanish

In this lesson you will see us using the Spanish Imperative on one another. We then give examples of the Spanish prefixes and what they mean. Be sure to catch the very last sentence that Cynthia shouts at Gordon. Un saludo, Gordon y Cynthia:) Download the Translation and Homework HERE... Read more »
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23 Chalk and Talk The Usted Imperative Explained LightSpeed Spanish

The Usted Imperative Explained Following on from our lesson on the Tú imperative, we continue with a Chalk and Talk lesson on the Usted Imperative. Although the Usted imperative isn’t used as widely as it used to in Spain these days, it certainly is still very much alive and kicking... Read more »
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21 Chalk and Talk The Spanish Imperative LightSpeed Spanish

Using the Spanish Imperative Well.  To many English speakers the Spanish imperative is quite a frightening concept. Sometimes we see the same tense being called ‘The Commands’ which can make us feel somewhat uncomfortable. That’s perhaps because the idea of ordering people about doesn’t always appeal to us. Yet, even... Read more »
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