Master the Spanish verbs amar, temer, partir, ser, estar, dormir, ir, pedir, poder, haber, tener, jugar - with no memorization!
Using repetition exercises designed to build your reflexes, the drills will help you develop an instinct to select the correct verb form naturally, with no more hesitations.
Pronounce Spanish verbs the right way: The drills are narrated by a Spanish speaker and guaranteed to help you learn and practice correct pronunciation - as it is spoken today.
Highly convenient and effective: Each drill is five to six minutes long and is very easy to do. You can listen to the drills practically anywhere - on your commute, while driving or running, or during any free time you have.
The tenses covered include the affirmative, negative, and interrogative forms of:
Tenses that are barely used in actual speech are not included in the drills, so you can focus on the essentials.
Make verb conjugations easier. Practice the drills today!
©2016 Frederic Bibard (P)2016 Frederic Bibard
Very little explanation, didn't know what I was meant to be listening too, what tense I was in, the verbs were unclear and very little translations
Yes greatly, chapters are not laid out, this is meant to be a learning book
Very little explanations
Very expensive considering you get no additional information, a 3 minute clip at the beginnnig of the book is not enough to showcase the book.
This is just the thing I have been searching for - a simple way to memorise verb conjugations while I work.
The introduction to the various tenses lacks detail- but it is presumed that the one listening already has this knowledge.
I especially like the way Lucia leaves room to practice at the end of each chapter.
It literally is lists of conjugated verbs (yo/tu/el/ella/nos/nos/vos/vos/ellos/ellas) (excuse missing accents), which you can either repeat or anticipate, or both. If you learn by repetition, this will help.
Starts with AMAR (reg AR verb model) in the present; repeats with slight variations (making it a question, adding 'not', shuffling the order of the pronouns; then moves on the imperfect and does the same drills, then preterite and same drills again... and so on. Each section is a short chapter so is easy to find / skip.
Beautifully pronounced, so it is easy to copy the stresses.
The order is odd: I expected AMAR to be followed with a regular ER verb but got DORMIR, but that's OK. No sentences so it's not for listening/translation skills but if you concentrate (mostly) you will likely start to skip some chapters before long coz you will absolutely know how to conjugate the verbs. Hurrah!
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