فيديو شرح Free Spanish Lessons 147-Spanish Subjunctive:Pret.Imperfecto-Video 2/2 ضمن كورس اللغة الاسبانية | مستوى مبتدأ شرح قناة Aprender Idiomas y Cultura General con Rodrigo، الفديو رقم 248 مجانى معتمد اونلاين
You can find all my lessons at http://www.spanishfreelessonsonline.com/list-lessons/ or at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v8J281hMF2oE&listPLKQEL9j11yiUQ5SWdkc6ZT6A1NRoaskst Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/339902716169323/ Spanish lesson #147 (Video 2 de 2): This video is the continuation of lesson 146, where we began to learn the Spanish Subjunctive Tenses, or Subjunctive conjugation. In this lessons we'll see the Pretérito Imperfecto del Modo Subjuntivo. Pretérito Indefinido and Pretérito Imperfecto correspond to the English Simple Past. However, the second (Pret. Imperfecto) is used to express things that we used to do, or things that we were doing until recently. The first one is simply used to express indistinctly things that happened in the past, but mainly in a more remote time. Ex: El jefe necesitaría que hablases alemán (The boss would need you to speak German). In the example above, both verbs "necesitaría" and "hablases" are in Pret. Imperfecto del Modo Subjuntivo. This is the eighteenth of a series of 22 lessons dedicated to teaching all the 22 different conjugation forms in Spanish, and I will teach you the rules for conjugating all the regular verbs that belong to each of the three different groups of Spanish verbs: The verbs that end in -AR, the verbs that end in -ER, and the verbs that end in -IR. You can see a full list of all the video lessons in my website: http://www.spanishfreelessonsonline.com/list-lessons Although we will be focussing more on vocabulary and grammar, pay attention to the Spanish pronunciation in these video lessons, and remember to practice repeating the same words and sounds. To make the video-screen larger, click on the right icon on the lower right corner of the video. If you want to receive an email with the link of every new lesson I upload, then subscribe to my channel below, and later you have to configure your Youtube account if you want to get the emails: - On the top right corner click where your Profile picture is (or should be), and then click on "Youtube Settings". - On the left panel, click on "Email". - Where it says "New Uploads" click on "Edit settings". Now scroll-down until you find my channel (which I hope you have subscribed to :-) ) , and select the proper checkbox. Now you should be able to receive the link to every new lesson to your email. If you get tired of being emailed whenever I upload a new video, you can go back to your Youtube account email settings and uncheck the checkbox/es you have just selected.