If you are comfortable with telling simple stories from the past, for example, saying what you did last week in Spanish, you should register for Level 3.
In this level, you will work on the pretérito imperfecto tense, its uses, and its differences from the pretérito perfecto. You will learn how to use both past tenses combined. You will also start working on direct object pronouns and the future tense (using verb ir), and of course, you will expand your vocabulary.
To take this level, you should have scored at least 11 points on our Online Placement Test and/or completed Level 2.
In this lesson, you will review the present and past tenses, and you will learn how to conjugate the most important stem-changing verbs in the present tense.
In this lesson, you will review all the stem-changing verbs, and you will learn how to conjugate and use the pretérito imperfecto tense.
In this lesson, you will practice the imperfect tense and master its usage.
In this lesson, you will learn vocabulary related to restaurants, some important adverbs, por and para in depth, and hubo and había.
In this lesson, you will practice the two past tenses, and you will learn adverbs ending in -mente and ordinal numbers.
In this lesson, you will learn how to form the future tense with ir and how to use reflexive verbs in all four tenses (present, p. perfecto, p. imperfecto, and future).
In this lesson, you will learn vocabulary related to travel, common expressions built using verb tener, and conjugating and using verbs traer and llevar.
In this lesson, you will learn how to identify a direct object in a sentence and how to use the direct object pronouns.
In this lesson, you will review all the material taught in lessons 1-8. Feel free to ask as many questions as you want!
After this lesson, you will receive an exam to test your knowledge.
In this lesson, you will practice with your instructor and your classmates all the material you've learned. You are now able to speak Spanish in the four most important tenses. Congratulations!