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Course Introduction

1. Nouns & Articles

2. Ser & Estar

3. Nouns & Adjectives

4. Regular Verbs

5. Ser/Estar (Past Tense)

6. Core Irregular Verbs (Present & Past)

7. Imperfect

8. Adverbs

9. Prepositions

10. Stem-changing Verbs - Part 1

11. Stem-changing Verbs - Part 2

12. Imperfect vs. Preterite

13. Syntax: Objects Overview

14. Past Participles & Present Perfect

15. Irregular and Go-verbs (Present)

16. Verbs with Irregular Yo-forms (Past)

17. Direct Object Pronouns

18. Indirect Object Pronouns, Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns Together

19. Reflexive Verbs

20. Verbs like Gustar

21. Present & Past Progressive

22. Past Perfect & Infinitive Constructions

23. Future Simple

24. Conditional

25. The Imperative

Episode #7

They sure don’t make them like they used to

Imperfect

Ceci: This song reminds me of a very special moment, Rylan... Yo estaba en Cusco, Perú. Era una hermosa mañana en junio. El sol brillaba en las montañas. Un cóndor majestuoso volaba en círculos en el cielo. La suave música de las que zampoñas llenaba la plaza con esta melodía.
Rylan: Ah yes, “la zampoña” aka the Peruvian pan flute. And that song is hauntingly beautiful, I know I’ve heard it before!
Ceci: “El Cóndor Pasa”.
Rylan: ¡Sí! De Simon & Garfunkel. Yo tenía ese album… “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”
Ceci: ¡No, Rylan! Simon & Garfunkel cantaban una versión muy conocida, pero es solo UNA versión. La canción “El Cóndor Pasa” ya existía desde 1913.
Rylan: I’m just teasing you, Ceci, of course I know about “El Cóndor Pasa”! You can’t trek the Andes without hearing this folk classic. As many as 4,000 versions of this melody have been produced around the world and it is now considered Peru’s second national anthem!

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