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Learn Spanish with Hanane

Learn Spanish with Hanane Many thanks to Hanane for allowing us to share these videos with you. INTRODUCTION Países donde se habla español | Countries where Spanish is spoken 5 palabras y expresiones en español | 5 common Spanish phrases ¿TÚ o USTED? | Differences between “tú” and “usted” Preposiciones | Spanish prepositions ¿SER o…
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Spanish numbers 1 – 1000

Spanish numbers 1 – 1000 From 1 to 20 Here are the numbers from 1 up to 20 1 – uno 2 – dos 3 – tres 4 – cuatro 5 – cinco 6 – seis 7 – siete 8 – ocho 9 – nueve 10 – diez 11 – once 12 – doce 13 – trece 14 – catorce 15 – quince After 15 it sounds a lot…
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Learning Spanish

Learning Spanish TOP 100 SPANISH WORDS 1. gracias (thanks) 2. ser (to be) 3. a (to) 4. ir (to go) 5. estar (to be) 6. bueno (good) 7. de (of, from) 8. su (your, her, his, their) 9. hacer (to do, to make) 10. amigo (friend) 11. por favor (please) 12. no (no) 13. en (on, in) 14. haber (“to have” as an auxiliary verb) 15. tener (to have, to possess) 16. un, uno, una (a, one) 17. ahora (now) 18. y (and) 19. que, qué (that, what) 20. por (for, by) 21. amar (to love) 22. quién (who) 23. para (for,…
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Basic Spanish

Basic Spanish Words that end in “ma” are usually masculine. Words that end in “dad” tend to be Feminine. Many English words that end in “ity” translate to Spanish by changing the “ity” to “idad” eg Electricity becomes Electricidad Many English words that end in “tion” translate to Spanish by changing the “tion” to “ción”…
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Spanish words for in the Kitchen

Spanish words for in the Kitchen Spanish words for Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts in Spanish Almond – Almendra Artichokes – Alcachofas Asparagus – Esparragos Aubergine – Berenjena Avocado – Aguacate Banana – Platano Basil – Albahaca Bay leaves – Laurel Cabbage – Col Carrots – Zanahorias Cauliflower – Coliflor Cherries – Cerezas Chickpeas – Garbanzas…
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