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Pronunciation

Spanish Vowel O

By Mar Clavijo

Vocabulary to practice vowel sound O pronunciation. Notice that: * Green underline indicates stressed syllable or vowel. * Blue highlight indicates the vowel sound you’re practicing.

Rolling R's

By Mar Clavijo

When to pronounce strong R? Here some hacks! 1. A word begins with R 2. A word ends with R 3. R is before any consonant 4. R is double (RR)

Spanish Vowel I

By Mar Clavijo

Vocabulary to practice vowel sound U pronunciation. Notice that: * Green underline indicates stressed syllable or vowel. * Blue highlight indicates the vowel sound you’re practicing.

Ear Training

Los Elefantes - Nadie sabe

By Mar Clavijo

In this song lyrics you’ll find how to use: * Formal you (usted) * Subjunctive * Preterite * Lo (as a pronoun: it / him) * Uses of ‘ya’ Play the song in the video!

Spanish sounds like...

By Mar Clavijo

Listen to the sounds in Spanish: vowels and consonants… How are they combined? How long or short are these words? Are there any familiar sounds? Listen carefully and look at the words.

Ela Minus - Volcán

By Mar Clavijo

¡A bailar! Play the song in the video.

Vocabulary

111 Dalmatians - Survival Kit

By Mar Clavijo

Get all the basics for a natural Spanish pronunciation through 111 common Spanish words. Notice that: * Green underline indicates stressed vowel or syllable.

My Pets

By Mar Clavijo

Practice words for pets in Spanish!

AP 100 Power Fancy Verbs

By Mar Clavijo

Here are plenty options to diversify your speech in Spanish and become aware of different verbs you may encounter during the AP Spanish test.

Grammar

When to use ESTAR

By Mar Clavijo

Discover P.L.A.C.E.S. hack = Position – Location – Actions – Conditions – Emotions – State of being.

Quiero + infinitive verb

By Mar Clavijo

Let’s practice 14 sentences in which you apply this super easy formula! (First person conjugation).

Puedo + infinitive verb

By Mar Clavijo

Let’s practice 10 sentences in which you apply this super easy formula! (First person conjugation).