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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 #6

Are you afraid of the dark?

Core Irregular Verbs

Rylan: Tengo una historia para ti, Ceci.
Ceci: Estoy lista. Soy toda oídos… I’m all ears.
Rylan: Fue una noche oscura y tormentosa
Ceci: Stop right there! A “dark and stormy night”? I know what that means!
Rylan: Pero, Ceci, tienes que oír un poco más de mi historia.
Ceci: ¡Es una historia de terror!
Rylan: Sí, pero…
Ceci: No, no te doy permiso.
Rylan: VamosCome on, Ceci… Vas a ver que no es tan malo.
Ceci: Yo no tengo miedo, Rylan.
Rylan: ¿No tienes miedo? ¿Entonces, por qué no me das permiso para contar mi historia?
Ceci: Vas a combinar historias de terror con… ¡verbos irregulares! … Es una mala idea… You might scare away our audience!
Rylan: On the contrary! Ghosts, monsters, myths and legends are the perfect way to introduce the “spooky” irregular verbs.

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