Developed by experienced Two-Way Immersion school teachers, this fun and intensive introductory Spanish course offers an in-depth curriculum broken into 12 topic areas that students can learn at their own pace. The program starts with the fundamentals of the Spanish language, including basic conversation, pronunciation, and counting, and then progresses to more advanced topics such as verb conjugation and spatial expressions.
You will learn how to greet a friend. Also how to introduce yourself to a new acquaintance.
In this video you will learn how to meet someone new in the appropriate fashion.
Tell us how you would respond when meeting someone new.
In this section you will learn how to greet another person based on whether it is morning, afternoon or evening.
Select the right greeting based on the time of day shown.
In this section you will learn how to say farewell in a couple of different ways.
Select the phrase that best fits the picture.
In this section you will learn the Spanish alphabet from a native speaker. First you will see the letter and hear how it sounds. The second time through will give you an opportunity to repeat and practice.
In this section you will learn the appropriate article for the noun based on whether it is feminine or masculine.
Let's learn some words related to school and objects in the classroom.
Choose the correct article for each word.
You will learn a very useful Spanish verb that conveys either "there is" or "there are". Additionally you will learn how to use it appropriately when asking or answering a question.
Note that hay is used in front of both singular (there is) as and plural (there are) nouns.
In this section, we will learn the words for various colors and shapes by looking at flags from countries around the world.
Select the color that corresponds to the first stripe on the flag.
Now that you know how to say the colors, let's listen carefully to how we answer the question “What's the flag like?”
El color rojo, la bandera roja. El color azul, la bandera azul. El color blanco, la bandera blanca
You will learn important shapes in Spanish, such as square, circle, rectangle, star and more.
Find the four colors and one shape that you see in the flag in the puzzle above. List them in alphabetical order.
You will learn the different parts of the human body. Also the appropriate article that goes in front of the word.
Now you will learn the plural form of the word as well as a review of the different parts of the human body.
You will learn how to ask and answer questions using both singular and plural forms of the words for body parts.
Form complete sentences by putting the following words in the correct order.
You will learn how to introduce your family members. As well as the names for family members.
We will review family members to include grand parents.
Creating the plural forms of family members is easy – just add an “s” after the last letter. However, the possessive adjective in front of the noun – in this case – “mi” has to be made plural as well. Listen carefully.
You will know the plural forms of parents, siblings and grandparents.
You will understand subject pronouns for I, you, he, she, they. Also the difference between the formal and informal versions.
Look at this of picture of Maria´s family and fill the blanks to complete the sentence.
This video will teach you sentences to describe your family in terms of how many brothers or sisters you may have.
This video will give you another opportunity to learn sentence structure describing families.
You will learn the Spanish verb Estar meaning"to be." You will understand the context in which you use this verb compared to Ser, which is the other Spanish verb meaning "to be."
In this section you will learn vocabulary for animals along with the appropriate article.
After this video you will be able to ask where is something in Spanish, both in singular and plural forms.
Type the correct words to complete the following sentence.
In this section you will learn how the verb "ser" is different from the other verb "estar" both meaning "to be." We clearly explain when you should use Ser vs. Estar.
Here you will learn how to conjugate the verb "ser" based on I, you, he, she, we and they.
In this video you will learn common adjectives that you can use after the verb "ser." You will learn these adjectives and their opposites, such as tall and short. Also both feminine and masculine forms of the word.
In this section you will learn various words to answer the question, "where am I?" Common phrases such as, I am in the store or I am at school.
Here you will learn spatial words such as on top and below, near and far, to the right and to the left and more.
Look at this picture and tell where each player is relative to objects on the field and each other.
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