We’ve just released a new set of collections for you to MASTER SPANISH VERBS.
These collections are aimed for Beginners A1+A2 (for the time being) but if you’re an intermediate or an advanced learner that still struggles with verbs, these are also for you.
EASY SPANISH A1
A collection specially designed for No Knowledge and BEGINNER 1 (A1) students. It consists of very short dialogs that will teach you basic vocabulary and structures. All lessons keep the same pattern, so that you’ll definitely acquire these structures.
The SPEECH RATE is extremely SLOW, which means that you’ll be able to identify and recognize each word. Once you feel confortable with these lessons, you should study Easy Spanish A2.
Easy Verbs - (PRESENT) A1 - LingQ Language Library Easy Spanish A1 (PRESENT)
Easy Verbs - (IMPERFECT) A1 - LingQ Language Library Easy Spanish A1 (IMPERFECT)
EASY SPANISH A2
A collection specially designed for BEGINNER 2 (A2) students. It consists of very short dialogs that will teach you basic vocabulary and structures. All lessons keep the same pattern, so that you’ll definitely acquire these structures.
They’re read almost at a NATURAL SPEED.
Each A2 lesson contains a new sentence with extra vocabulary and an additional sentence structure to learn as well.
Easy Verbs - (PRESENT) A2 - LingQ Language Library Easy Spanish A2 (PRESENT)
Easy Verbs - (IMPERFECT) A2 - LingQ Language Library Easy Spanish A2 (IMPERFECT)
If you’re an absolute beginner you should start with Easy Spanish A1 before taking A2 ones.
We’ll be releasing in the next few days more verb tenses. Along with a new set of collections for B1 (intermediate level) as well as new verbs in each of the collections.
These are excellent. There will soon no longer be any excuse for the whole world not to speak Spanish.
Is this B & A’s plot for world domination?
¡Viva el Imperio Español!
Ah, so they have turned you already?!
Un poquito, si. Ya no he jurado ninguna fidelidad… pero bueno.
I like the quality of the lessons. As an intermediate learner, they are a tiny bit below my level, so I am patiently waiting for the B1 lessons.
@aybee77 “As an intermediate learner…” “…tiny bit below…” → I’m rolling on the floor laughing my head off!!! (not sure about this expression I found it in Google. I was just looking for some informal expression to say that I’m laughing a lot, but really a lot)
You are intermediate learner??? This A1 and A2 collection are just a TINY BIT below your level??? Can you underestimate your Spanish level a TINY BIT less??? XDDDDD
As promised in our last group conversation, we have already recorded a lesson for “Con 2 cojones” collection talking about this!!!
Of course you can learn something in this lessons, some new verbs or some new vocabulary, but you are ages over this!
However, we are planning to release B1 and B2 lessons that you will probably find more interesting!!
I was joking Albert (well, a little).
Yes, rolling on the floor laughing my head off is fine, although it is very much internet-speak.
Let me rephrase. It is used quite a bit in internet speak (ROTFLMAO), but can also be used in person, although it may come off as a bit dramatic (but maybe you were laughing that hard).
Thank you very much for your explanation. I have found it this expression in Google and you never know exactly how it’s used and if it’s a really common phrase.
Anyway, in that case, I think it fits it. I was indeed laughing that hard!
We have released two more collections focus on the verbs, as the previous ones. In this case, the use of the preterite (past)
hhttp://www.lingq.com/learn/es/store/58135/ → Easy Spanish A1 (PRETERITE)
Easy Verbs - (PRETERITE) A2 - LingQ Language Library → Easy Spanish A2 (PRETERITE)
We are hoping to release some new collections for B1 level today or tomorrow. We’ll tell you here in the forum!
Sorry, I made a mistake while copy-pasting the link and because we can’t edit de posts, I post the link again for the A1
Easy Verbs - (PRETERITE) A1 - LingQ Language Library → Easy Spanish A1 (PRETERITE)