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216 Chalk and Talk Caer bien and Hacer falta

In this lesson we work through some examples of Caer bien which means ‘to like someone’ along with Hacer falta which can mean ‘to miss’ but not in the way you might think. If you have doubts about caer bien or hacer falta, then this is the lesson for you. Un saludo, Gordon y Cynthia:)... Read more »
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214 Chalk and Talk Spanish sentences with Indirect Pronouns LightSpeed Spanish

In this lesson we help you to create Spanish sentences with Indirect pronouns in them. Is there a system? How can we know where to place the pieces of the sentence? All will be revealed in this lesson with some very simple systems to get your Spanish sentences with Indirect pronouns correct! Un saludo, Gordon... Read more »
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174 Chalk and Talk Bird’s Eye view on Spanish The pronouns LightSpeed Spanish

  Take a Bird’s Eye View on Spanish pronouns and on how they work! In this lesson we offer you a bird’s eye view on Spanish pronouns and on how they should be used. This is a new system that we will be incorporating into our lessons to help you really see what it is... Read more »
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154 Chalk and Talk Spanish Pronouns Test LightSpeed Spanish

Why not try our Spanish pronouns test? In this lesson we work together to better understand the Iops and Dops as they are so known in a great little Spanish pronouns test where you get to try out your translation skills. Be sure to DO THE SENTENCES FIRST! Gordon then talks about his Intenet frustrations... Read more »
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37 Chalk and Talk The Spanish YO and other pronouns LightSpeed Spanish

The Spanish YO and the ME and the MÍ.  In this Chalk and Talk requested by Jean Dook, (hola, Jean) we look at the way that we use the Spanish Yo alongside the other first person pronouns like ME and MÍ. Unlike the English ‘I’, the Spanish YO has a couple of jobs that can... Read more »
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