Basic Spanish Grammar & Vocabulary

An 11-part course with Spanish Is Your Amigo

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Course Overview

Whether you’re planning a trip to Spain or Latin America, or want to brush up your language skills for school, this course is a great starting point for Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Spanish tutor Kristen Williams shows you how to pronounce the alphabet, how to count, and how to use basic phrases like "¿De dónde eres?. You'll also learn how to conjugate and use common Spanish verbs in the present tense.


  • Total Time 37 min
  • Lessons 11
  • Exercises 31

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