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Learn the beginnings of Spanish from 8 modules covering pronunciation, nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, and more in this free online course.


Section 1

  1. Pronunciation of vowels
  2. Pronunciation of consonants
  3. Syllable of emphasis
  4. Subject pronouns
  5. Present tense verbs- table included with the verbs amar, correr, vivir
  6. Nouns, singular vs. plural
  7. Nouns, gender of
  8. Adjectives- agreement with gender, singular vs. plural
  9. Adjectives,  Pronouns, Possessive

Section 2

  1. Adverbs, Construction of
  2. Conjunctions
  3. Prepositions
  4. Adverbs, List of- these weren't constructed from adjectives
  5. Ser vs. Estar- table included with first person present conjugation
  6. Preterit vs. Imperfect- includes table with preterit and imperfect of amar, correr, vivir
  7. Listing of Ser vs. Estar with both Preterit and Imperfect

Section 3

  1. Conjugation of 10 Common Verbs
  2. Irregular verbs- g - verbs
  3. Irregular verbs- j - verbs
  4. Irregular verbs- e - ie verbs
  5. Irregular verbs- o - ue verbs
  6. Irregular verbs- i - e verbs

Section 4

  1. The Colors
  2. The Human Body
  3. Numbers
  4. Idioms using "to have"
  5. To want idioms
  6. Present Participles
  7. Past Participles

Section 5

  1. Direct Object Pronouns
  2. Indirect Object Pronouns
  3. Commands
  4. Irregular Tu Form Commands
  5. Reflexive Verbs
  6. Days of the Week
  7. Months of the Year
  8. Sentence Structure

Section 6

  1. List of Adjectives
  2. Subjunctive Verbs
  3. Irregular Present Subjunctives
  4. Expressions
  5. Conditional Verbs
  6. Demonstrative Adjectives
  7. Demonstrative Pronouns
  8. Neuter Demonstrative Pronouns

 Section 7

  1. Irregular Verbs c - qu
  2. Irregular Verbs g - gu
  3. Irregular Verbs z - c
  4. Irregular Verbs c - z
  5. Irregular Verbs g - j
  6. Irregular Verbs- laughter and smiles

Section 8

  1. Para vs. Por
  2. Question forming adverbs (Interrogative Pronouns)
  3. Third person and infinitive only verbs
  4. Qué vs. Cuál
  5. Relative Pronouns
  6. Neuter Article

I used purely semantic html for this entire course. That means that you should be able to save this to a palm pilot or other PDA, and view it with any browser. The only problems might be the tables, and the images at the top, the only images used. If anyone tries this, I'd love to hear feedback about how well it works, or tips that I could give others trying to download it to their PDAs.

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