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Lesson 4: Review

Review Ser and Estar (To Be) in Spanish

"Para" is a word that means "for" in Spanish. The word "por" can also mean "for" in Spanish. These words each have more than one translation. It just depends on the situation they are used in, but for now just think of "para" as "for" and things will make sense.

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Saying "no" and "not" in Spanish

If you want to say "no" or "not" in Spanish, it is very simple. Just place "no" directly in front of the verb.

"I am not happy"
correct icon "No estoy feliz."
correct icon "Yo no estoy feliz."

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Learning Comes With Patience

This test is really quite particular, so try not to feel bad if you get a few answers wrong on it. By reviewing your mistakes, you can improve your Spanish skills. When you get some questions wrong, just make sure and review the wrong answers. This way you can be sure that you are grasping the bottom line of the things that were taught. When you have received a nice score, you may congratulate yourself by saying "¬°Felecitaciones!" (Congratulations!)

Congratulations!
¡Felecitaciones!
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A Simple Spanish Conversation

You have learned quite a bit of Spanish already. Can you understand the conversation in this video? All of the words that are part of this conversation are either words that you have already went over in previous lessons, or they are cognates. Hopefully this video encourages you to notice how many simple Spanish sentences you can already form yourself.

If you ever feel like you need to review any course material that we covered in previous lessons, then I encourage you to go back and review whatever you may have missed. Remember that it is not about how fast you learn but how well you learn that really makes a difference, so keep up with your studies and never give up. This way failure is not even an option.

Lesson 4 Spanish Test

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False

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False

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False

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False

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False

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False

One is for masculine things while the other is for feminine things
One is for singular things while the other is for plural things
One is for temporary conditions while the other is for permanent conditions

How are you?
She is French.
I am a teacher.

Hay personas viven en la ciudad.
Hay muchas personas que viven en la ciudad.
Hay muchas personas qué viven en la ciudad.

¿Eres bien Señor Gomez?
¿Tú bien Señor Gomez?
¿Estás bien Señor Gomez?

Hay un taxi
Un taxi allí
Allí un taxi

Son de el Norte.
Somos del Norte.
Estamos del Norte.

Estoy no listo.
No soy listo.
No estoy listo.

 



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