Category Archives: Learn Foreign Languages

Spanish language lessons on line!

by Juan Miguel Regueifero, November 21, 2019

Spanish language lessons on line! Lessons via What'sapp (+53 58055781) from Havana, Cuba. METHODS: Arte Final and Laura combined with others used in international language schools. TEACHING TOOLS: Student’s book and Scripts for video sequences. Power Point Presentations to practice and exercise both communicative and grammar skills. Audio tracks containing actual conversations taking place in Cuba and Spain. Video sequences of everyday life in Cuba and Spain. CONTACT...

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Spanish language – Verb To Go

by Juan Miguel Regueifero , May 6, 2017

Hi there! Today I will be talking about a very irregular verb in Spanish language. The verb IR whose equivalent in English is TO GO and in French it is ALLER. When conjugating this verb in the present tense, it dramatically changes from the infinitive form IR to others. You can see below such conjugations: IR - TO GO Yo voy ------ I go Tú vas ------You go Usted va ------You go Él va ------He goes Ella va ------She goes Nosotros vamos ------We go Ustedes van ------You go Ellas v...

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Spanish Language – Interrogative Pronouns

by Juan Miguel Regueifero, April 15, 2017

Hi there! today I want to show you some Interrogative Pronouns in Spanish. You can see them below with their equivalents in English and Spanish: ¿QUIÉN? --- Who?-----Qui? ¿POR QUÉ?----Why?--- Pourqoi? ¿CON QUIÉN? ---- Who…with? ---- Avec qui? ¿DÓNDE?---- Where? ---- Où? ¿CUÁNDO?--- When?----- Quand? ¿QUÉ?--- What?---- Que? ¿CÓMO?--- How?------ Comment? ¿CUÁNTO? ---- How much?-----Combien? ¿CUÁNTOS?---- How many?--- Combien? Let’s take a look at this example...

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Spanish language – Sentarse vs Sentirse

by Juan Miguel Regueifero, March 12, 2017

Today I will talk about two verbs that have several curious coincidences in some of their conjugations in Spanish language which provoke doubts and some confusions: SENTIRSE (to feel – in English / se sentir – in French) SENTARSE (to sit - in English / s´asseoir - in French). Let us see their conjugation in the simple present tense of the indicative mode: SENTIRSE / TO FEEL Yo me siento muy bien hoy / I feel very well today. Tú te sientes muy bien hoy / You feel very well tod...

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Spanish language – Present Continuous.

by Juan Miguel Regueifero, March 4, 2017

Today I will give you some explanations about a verb tense in Spanish language which is the equivalent of the English “Present Continuous”. To form this tense we use the verb ESTAR (BE) in present tense and a second verb in its Spanish gerund from (with the endings AND or IENDO). These two endings are the Spanish equivalent of the ING ending in English language when added to make the present continuous tense. An obvious question comes up: When and how do we add ANDO or IENDO? A simple rule...

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