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The Complete Spanish Method. Intermediate 1. EL MÉTODO.

Peter Hanley, The non-stop SPEAKING Spanish course

The Complete Spanish Method. Intermediate 1. EL MÉTODO.

Peter Hanley, The non-stop SPEAKING Spanish course

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31 Lessons (4h 8m)
    • 1. Introduction to Intermediate Spanish

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    • 2. Lesson 1.

      13:04
    • 3. Lesson 2.

      11:50
    • 4. Lesson 2. Time trial.

      2:05
    • 5. Lesson 3.

      11:22
    • 6. Lesson 4.

      8:55
    • 7. Lesson 4. Time trial.

      2:05
    • 8. Lesson 5.

      11:20
    • 9. Lesson 6.

      11:16
    • 10. Lesson 6. Time Trial.

      2:05
    • 11. Lesson 7

      12:53
    • 12. Lesson 8.

      10:00
    • 13. Lesson 8. Time trial.

      2:05
    • 14. Lesson 9.

      11:39
    • 15. Lesson 10.

      9:34
    • 16. Lesson 10. Time trial.

      2:05
    • 17. Lesson 11.

      11:08
    • 18. Lesson 12.

      12:01
    • 19. Lesson 12. Time trial.

      2:05
    • 20. Lesson 13.

      14:28
    • 21. Lesson 14.

      11:03
    • 22. Lesson 14. Time trial.

      2:05
    • 23. Lesson 15

      12:16
    • 24. Lesson 16.

      10:43
    • 25. Lesson 16. Time trial.

      2:05
    • 26. Lesson 17.

      11:47
    • 27. Lesson 18.

      9:55
    • 28. Lesson 18. Time trial.

      2:04
    • 29. Lesson 19.

      9:53
    • 30. Lesson 20.

      9:16
    • 31. Lesson 20. Time trial.

      2:05
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FULLY MASTER THE ESSENTIALS OF SPANISH IN A MATTER OF HOURS, NOT YEARS!

NO BORING "STUDY", ONLY NON–STOP SPEAKING.

EL MÉTODO allows you to:

► Speak, non-stop, from the very start. (no note-taking required)
► Produce and assimilate thousands of practical phrases for daily use.
► Painlessly absorb grammar and vocabulary at intermediate level.
► Make rapid progress, without the need to memorise or "study" in the traditional sense.

ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE CARRIED AWAY BY THE METHOD.

"Tell me and I will forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn ." (Benjamin Franklin)

Right from the start, EL MÉTODO engages you in a non-stop spoken dialogue that requires no pen and paper. This beautifully simple resource allows you to use and understand Intermediate Spanish in a matter of hours, without the need for tiresome attempts at memorisation or lengthy, grammatical explanations. This is achieved through a expertly designed, world-class methodology that builds up and practices the language in your mind and mouth, step by step, until you are able to form increasingly complex sentences with ease.

From the very start, you will be forming your own sentences, effortlessly absorbing structures without even realising it. The method guides you through Intermediate Spanish in a motivating and stimulating way.


Recent students put it this way: 
                                                     
★★★★★"Outstanding from the very first lesson to the end. The Spanish is challenging and fast moving, and yet  constantly revisits vocabulary and structures so that it sinks into long term memory. Explanations are short and yet accommodate for all learning styles. The whole journey has been a world-class introduction into a language I’ve learned to love. ¡Gracias por todo!"

★★★★★"After completing level 1 and level 2 , I am here for level 3 and have already purchased level 4. Does it not  prove how good and well organised the courses are! It's Fantastic. Beyond expectation!"

LEARN SPANISH NATURALLY AND RAPIDLY

In EL MÉTODO as in real life, learning is a continuous process, not a series of separate topics. Each new word or structure is preceded by a clear and precise introduction. The process continues as the students use the new word in a variety of different contexts. Repeated exposure to new words and structures over time, in a wide variety of situations and associations, means that these are acquired for life.

HOW DOES THE COURSE WORK?

EL MÉTODO INTERMEDIATE, level 1, consists of 20 video lessons of spoken Spanish. After every lesson there is a series of optional written exercises..

We will engage you in a spoken dialogue that requires no pen and paper. Just talk, talk and talk. You won't stop speaking Spanish from start to finish. This is the ideal system to learn Spanish. 

My goal with EL MÉTODO  is for you to become "hooked" on the program, thereby mastering intermediate Spanish as quickly as humanly possible.

Best of luck! 

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Peter Hanley

The non-stop SPEAKING Spanish course

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Hello, I'm Peter.

After twenty years teaching languages in France, Spain and U.K it quite clear that the traditional methods used by the majority schools and language academies do not produce good results. Most of the students finish their courses with a very poor command of the language and this, at times,  after thousands of hours of study!

As a result, I have created EL MÉTODO, a new and different approach to the teaching of Spanish for beginners that will provide one with a solid base and a practical usage of the language as quickly as is humanly possible, without the need for laborious memorisation or "study " associated with conventional Spanish courses.

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1. Introduction to Intermediate Spanish: Do you want to master Intermediate Spanish within the next few weeks where you can, but you will need the right method. Hi, I'm Peter, creator of L Metodo on. For 25 years, I've helped tens of thousands of language students using accelerated learning techniques. Now I'd like you to experience the same results. A proven message dramatically reduces the time it takes to get the basics down. By the end of the four levels of this course, in as little as eight weeks from now, you will have a full understanding on a practical usage of intermediate Spanish. But what makes an effective method on why, to most language programs fail so miserably? Most language courses actually applying no method at all they overload frustrating, demoralize you with long winded explanations, boring lists, tables and tests on Before too long, you'll have given up entirely. Those of you who studied a language for years and years at school with little or nothing to show for it will know what I mean. Now a strong method instantly gives you that thrilling sense of rapid progress. It's designed to take full responsibility for your learning, relieving you of all the pressure of trying to memorize it quickly and painlessly constructs a solid foundation using simple building blocks because they're constantly repeated on relentlessly recycled in new contexts and combinations. This way, Spanish doesn't just become easy for you to remember, but difficult to forget. With our metal on you immediately start forming and speaking your own phrases. Justus in Life Learning is a continuous cumulative process, not a series of random, unrelated topics. Are students report feeling energized, triumphant and driven forward by the rapid results. They experience their report, craving more and more as they sail through the lessons and levels, soaking up the language with ease with convenient audio lessons, It's easy to fit l metal or into your daily routine along with my native Spanish daughter Jessica. You can join us. Where have you like in a continuous spoken dialogue of thousands of perfectly constructed phrases? By the end of the four levels, you'll be raring to go ready to start exercising your new skills amongst the natives. So join us for the first lesson where L Metodo is waiting to get to work on you 2. Lesson 1.: Welcome to you all. For those of you who've graduated from animate, a little beginner's courses. Be a multi-dose denovo. Welcome back. If you're new to the program. Good. This first lesson, a try. And if you feel a little out of your depth, we recommend joining the program at one of the earliest elementary levels. For those of you who've successfully completed the four levels of the elementary courses, we picking up right where we left off. Are you ready? No, that's the first question. How would we ask in Spanish? Are you ready? It's thusly stone doesn't really stop. And how do you think we would state? We're going to start by Moshe embed data. And I'll try telling someone, if you're ready, we're going to start. Cs. Cs does list them. The verb to listen, or indeed to listen to is a school schar School tab. You can see here that a school char is just one word, even when meaning listen to. So in English we say, Listen to me, listen to the radio, but Spanish has no need for this tour. And it goes directly to the object. So try saying, Listen to me. A school is good shammy. And how about the question? Are you listening to me? May school jazz. Misko tests. You could also ask, maze tasks, could channel. This is the composed progressive form of the present tense in Spanish, and it carries exactly the same meaning. However, for the duration of this first intermediate course, we shouldn't be calling for any of these composed progressive forms. So if the question were, I'm doing it, your answer would be Logo, not the long version. Lo estoy haciendo, which is perfectly valid and usually means exactly the same thing. But in order to keep things simple for this course and just for the duration of this first course, we're going to be sticking to the simple forms. So once again, how would we say, are you listening to me? May scoot, just misquoted AS now try saying, you're going to learn a lot if you listened to us. Mass aprender mucho, synopsis, good chess. That's happening there. Likewise, the formal conjugations, who's dead and who status will be generally avoided in this first course unless specifically called for as soon as you start the second course, rest assured, we'll provide a tremendous amount of practice with these other forms. The way to say to lose in Spanish, the verb is better, data. Better. This is a very common stem changing ER verb. So just repeat please. Pyridine. Pyridine. Phd. Better day mosh. Day, two days here then. Now try saying something. I often say to Jessica, you're going to lose your phone. Marcia. Telefono. Vasa paid to telefono. And something I often say, I'm losing my English. Theater dome meaningless. Diego mean less. The expression to waste time in Spanish is actually to lose time. El tiempo. Have a goat saying, we're not going to waste time. No, Obama, the umbo. Know that Mozart, Beethoven, tiempo. And what about, I don't want. To waste my money. Not ghetto bedded a mediator. Not yet obeyed anatomy, the nato. I'm sure you'll know the expression as Dalloway gone. See you later. Logo can mean later or indeed just simply then I did something and then I did something else. Tried to say, You mustn't, right? But you must listen and then speak. Now the basis B, we'd better leverages could tad told you instruct someone has a command as an imperative? Speak now, I blur abdullah our app and now try saying, don't speak. When I'm speaking. No, I bless cuando Joe Blow. Blow. Listen to me and then you'll understand a SKU jammy. Go in Dendera us, a school tammy. You don't know everything yet. No service, total, dollar. Know savage dot-dot-dot IVR. Another perhaps more common way of saying this in Spanish is to start with Tata via, via no service. We have to learn a lot of new words. Then a mosquito, aprender, MOOCers, Palinurus Nueva, then a Moscow pre-render MOOCers, polyamorous Nueva. There are two ways to say sum or a few in Spanish. One of which unos una was introduced in Lesson 19 of level three. And just to mention at this point that you'll find a complete index of the Beginners Course in the resource section following this class, this will help you locate a word or a structure if you need to refresh your memory. So we've seen unos, meaning some or a few ion are still with us in La Mesa. The other word is unos. Una us. So how do you think we would say some words are difficult? From the 50 less sun defeat the less. Another way to say some and others is unos. And Rosh. Algos. Authors have a go at saying some words are difficult, but others are easy. Collaboration, the faithless, better word, trashcan patty less. I will ask. Delays, bit older stone fatty lists. Some students are good and others are bad. Zoonosis to the aunties, Sean Windows, Jatropha, SON malloc. I will notice to the anti-Semites, he addressed some miles. And finally in this first class, try saying, some students waste their time. I'll go to the aunties. Then tiempo alkalosis to the anthrosphere then should be NPO. 3. Lesson 2.: Our first sentence and listen to is, some students waste my time because they don't listen. A 10 shifts to the anticipated then mid-tempo. Pork in noise, Khachiyan unos is to the anthrosphere then medium pop or kinescope. The way to say boring, the adjective, boring in Spanish is AB or reader. Or if describing a feminine noun or person. It's read. Avidly though. I've already really tried to roll that doubler. Lesson is manic. Then these two Cs in Lectio on reached pronounced differently. The first is a hard C or a K sound like the second is a soft th sound. Look for you on or simply an S in Latin American, Spanish. Xian. How do you think we would say a boring lesson on Alex, the Annabel riba. Have a go at saying some lessons are boring, but others are interesting. How Luna's like the honest so Nabonidus bit o truss shown in gray Santa's. I like Fiona, sonar, radar spit out as shown in the seventies. The imperative command forms in Spanish were covered and practiced fairly extensively in levels 34 of our beginners course. If you're new to the method or need a reminder of how the imperative forms work. Pause the video and have a good look at this explanation. As I mentioned before, we'll be sticking to the informal forms for the duration of this first course. But if you'd like to feel free to play around with the formal who stayed versions as well. So can you now give the instruction? Speak as an order. Abdullah. Abdullah. Now try don't speak. No IBS. And I'll say speak Spanish. Don't speak English. And now a command you'll probably find useful. Speak more slowly, please. Patio per fiber. Now the way we said to stop doing something to stop is the theta. So how do you think we would say stop speaking? Bladder. And see if you can say stop wasting my time. And what would the Spanish before? Don't stop listening. Not the school Jarrod. And how would we say Listen to me? A SKU Jermaine. And what about Stop calling me. And can you now tell someone listen, Don't call me during the night. And they'll give the instruction. Sell it quickly. Rapidly. Mendelow rapidly. Don't sell it if you like, it. Normally. Does. Usta Gustaf write your name here? I didn't write it in red, nitrogen black. Normally. A scribbly law. And have a go at saying, Don't eat it if you don't want it. Normal commerce senior loop, curious. Nala, Nala DNS. Some wines are expensive, but others are very expensive. Unos Minos shown Caro's pair otros. Sean Monte Carlos. Unos Minos shown Caro's better otros. Sean Murray, Carlos. You can drink this wine, but don't drink the expensive one. British behaviorist, the vino, better, no baby, el cargo. Ways we're better, Stevie, not better. No reversal Cairo. To say white wine, as you might expect it to be non-blank gone. Red wine is similar to the English word tinted. So the Spanish don't say binaural, rubber, B naught, pinto beans or Blanco, be no Tinto. Vino Blanco v naught t Nieto. So if I'm in this lesson, could you say drink the red wine but don't drink the white one. Baby, Tinto. Better. No baby. Blanket. Baby will be no teamed up better. Now we have I seen Blanco 4. Lesson 2. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. So what I'm going to go for life. 5. Lesson 3.: Welcome back, Welcome to Lesson 3. Open the verb to open in Spanish. Breathe. Try to give the command. Open the book. Now say open the book, then do the first lesson. I believe a liberal logo on a Leave it up. Epidemiologic theory. Open the book on the first page and write your name in a liberal Veena? Yes. Give it to non-media. Close is how do you think we would say I'm closing the book and leave it on? Don't close it yet. No, no. No, no. Theater is two labia. A shop in Spanish is T and N. O NET the lab. So can you say the shop's closed late in Spain? Hispania. Some shops close very late and witnessed the NSP. At what time did they close? A Kiara theorem? Now to say on in Spanish, we can use en, en La Mesa on the table or so, but in soberly, La Mesa means on the table means the same thing. So nobody cell body. This would somebody can also mean at about the time, at about six o'clock. Soberly, last SASE tried to say it's on the table. Instance sobre la mesa. Is that somebody La Mesa. And what about the clothes at around eight o'clock here? The editor, I'm solely lesser to AKI. Some shops close at around nine. And we'll nest. And now ask. And when do they open in the morning. Cuando Oberlin Board lamina. Lamina. They open at around 10 o'clock. Out in sodium has the if. The common little words like when meaning as or similar to in Spanish is Como. What would the Spanish before? I wanted to be like you said, gamma2. I would like to speak Spanish like Jessica hablar espanol como Jessica. Jessica. And now give the command, do as I say. In other words, do like I say, do as I say, I've gone. And now have a go at saying this shop is not like the other one. Is that the NDA noise, Como Lautrec. Is that the Illinois Como louder? A horse in Spanish is on gaba. Now in Spanish, the expression, he works like a dog. They say he works like a horse, which is actually perhaps more logical as dogs don't tend to do much work. So how would you say he works? Like a horse? And they'll say, It's like you say, it's comedy, this is commodity face. And how would we say, My phone is like a computer. Telefono is Como. Telefono is kimono. And then either the word for nobody is Naveen. Naveen. We'll be introducing and practicing this word more extensively later on in the course. But for the moment, tried to say, nobody does it like Jessica. Jessica, Jessica. And lastly, for lots of extra points, how would you say nobody writes lessons like Peter? Peter Eskimo, people. 6. Lesson 4.: To say before and after, it's aunties displace and displace. Now when we added anything to before and after, in order to say before or after something, we need to use day. We're saying before, after. So until this day. This day. Displays day. So how would you tell someone, don't call me before six o'clock? Nami Yom is and this della SASE, the omega mesenteries the law says. And what about telling someone, call me after four o'clock? Gamma may displace the las cuatro. Cuatro. How would you want someone don't call me before nine o'clock because I won't be at home. Nami Yannis, I'm distillation with a book in noise carrying Casa de la and maybe studying Catia. And can you say nobody gets up before nine o'clock. Nobody is silicon. And this deletion obey. Nadia, silly man, Dann days the last movie. And what about nobody has lunch after two o'clock. Now the Commedia dell'Arte dose, Nadia Khomeini's poison, the last dose. Some restaurants don't open before nine o'clock. I'll 10 stress guarantees. No Aberdeen. And this the last nowhere. I will have this doubt and there's no Aberdeen and take the legendary to say before or after with a verb. That's to say before doing something before arriving, et cetera, the Spanish is equivalent to saying before to do something as the infinitive verb form is used, rather than the I-N-G form. So you say before to arrive. And this DJ gar and this Niigata. How do you think we would say you have to do it before arriving? Dna? And this DJ God, in a scaffold law and now instruct someone close it before leaving. And this rallied. The editor and the salad. Call me before selling it. And this Debian, they're long. And now tell someone you mustn't drink before eating something. Until. Now, have good saying, I've just opened it are cobbled. I've just listened to a boring lesson. A gamble the school jar. I like the on radar. The Spanish for a little you're probably already know is how therefore do you think we would say a little more? Mass Math? I want a little more. Please. Get on book or mass port. You don't poke on ice, put fabric. Now some good advice for you all. Say it a little more like Jessica please. The law most common Jessica port for boron. Jessica. And now say, Don't say it like him because he's not Spanish. Noise, Hispaniola noises, binary. I will speak to them a little later. 7. Lesson 4. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. So what I'm going to go for life. 8. Lesson 5.: The first phrase in this, the fifth class of level 1 is, I will speak to them after speaking to your sister. Displace the hablar con to her mother. Bladder kinases displace the hablar con to determine when the word poco a little is followed by a noun. That's to say a little, something, a little time and little water that all Spanish, we need to add the little word day. So we say poco de. Tried to say, I understand a little Spanish. Poco de span your un poco a Spaniard. How about I understand a little Spanish, but I don't speak much. In DMD on poco the spine, your better know, hablo mucho. The notebook on Espanol, better nobler motor. Can you now say, speak a little more slowly, please? Despite the pore for this patio, don't speak English because they don't understand it. No, I blessing bliss, working no low Indian then I blessing less per canola Indian name. Drink a little red wine if you want. Baby whom? Poco, they be not deemed dorsi garish. Maybe I'm pecan a v naught intos it yet is. Certain irregular verbs are known as the go verbs as they take the ending goal in the first-person singular that I form of the present. So the verb Panera to put becomes job bongo. And you'll see here that the negative command form replaces the OR with an with us. So from palm oil, I put, we get nope longus. Don't put the next column. The positive command removes the ending altogether. Pon, Pon. I'd like you to repeat all these after me. Then pause the video and cover all but the first column with the infinitive verbs. And test yourself. On air. Bomb will nope, longus, bone. Sally. Salvo. Know sagas. San Benito, Bengal. Knowing us. Then they feed Diego. Nor the gas. D. There are no Argus. Then we'll note then Gus. So now I'd like you to give the instruction, put it on the table. Sobre la mesa formula Serbia Mesa. And how about put some of the things that are una de las Casas, IE, fun. And how would you say the negative command? Don't put them here. How would we come on someone get out or go out? Sadie? Don't go out to before doing the lesson. Nor shall come a little sooner, if you can. Ban on Pronto, see puedes place. And now say, don't come if you don't want to. Knowing us, see Nokia, this DNS. For now, try saying, Say it. Delong. Below. Say it a little more quickly. The law, we don't belong pecan. Don't say it like that. Normal Degas. I see. None of you guys. I see. And how about do it? One of the ways to say it again in Spanish, which literally means another time. So how do you think we would say do it again? At load time if you tell someone, don't do it again. Nano August. Nonetheless. So Travis and have a go at saying, Don't do it again, if it's too boring. Csd, my shadow. And finally in this lesson, I'd like you to say, I don't want to lose it again. 9. Lesson 6.: At this point, we're going to look at a new verb tense and it's used to express, I have done something. As an English. This tense uses two parts. The half part of this structure uses the verb, which is seldom used as a standalone verb, but usually in this auxiliary manner. The conjugations of our air are the following. Enjoy to us, LAR, or stead us. And for the moment will only be focusing on the first three conjugations that I, you, and he, she forms. The second part of this structure uses a form of the main verb known as the past participle. In English, that's done. Part of I have done eaten, I have eaten. Said, I have said. To form the participle is easy. You just remove the AIR from the infinitive of AR verbs and add other. Hablar. Malabo. I have spoken a Blotto. And for ER and IR verbs, the ending is either a Camila. Camila, I have eaten a comedian, a BBDO. I have lived a BBDO. So then what was the Spanish? But I have spoken ai Blotto. Blotto. Now try saying, I have spoken to Medea, gone maria. Maria. And how do you think we would make a negative sentence? I haven't spoken with him. No, yeah, Blotto. Blotto Cornell. To finish in Spanish is it may help to think of determinate. So to finish by saying, I have finished. Mi nano. So just to remind you, the u form of the verb is us. How would we therefore ask the question? Have you finished? No, I haven't started yet. How would we say? I have listened I have listened to three lessons today. A school that is next unit. So I'm going to listen to this lesson again. Delicate Fiona Travis. And can you say, I have finished some lessons but not all better? Not DoorDash told us. And how would we say, I have had two beers with us. Those databases? I have had a little red wine, tomato. Tomato. And how would we ask someone? Have you had a coffee? Estimate them. Cafe. Now have a goat saying, I'm going to have a little white wine before having dinner. They'd be no Blanco and this didn't thinner and thinner. Now to say, I have had it, it's a tomato. So we see that the pronoun law goes before everything. It tomato. Tomato. Tried to say, I have finished it. It, they're amenable to me now. And I'll say I have finished them. I finished them. And how about I haven't finished them yet. Now try asking. Have you listened to her? Last is good. And what about have you listened to him? As he started? She has started again. I am. And how would you ask the question? Have you close the shop? I still have. You had dinner. I spin spin out. And finally in this lesson, has she bought the car? 10. Lesson 6. Time Trial.: Hi. Okay. So what I'm going to go for life. 11. Lesson 7: Welcome back to animatable. Welcome to lesson 7 of the first level of our intermediate course, where we'll continue to make tremendous progress with the perfect. I have done something. How do you think we would ask Has she given you the money? The oil De Niro? Yeah, that only nato. She has given me a little She's given me a little. May add poco. So far we've been practicing the perfect tense with AR verbs. So bear in mind that the ER and IR verbs, BBB, bare, bit daring, etc. Take the Edo ending rather than the other ending of the AR verbs. As he sold the car. Ab Indeed, well, co-chair. Has she sold her she sold it. Now try saying I have eaten it. Camilo. And how would you ask have you drunk them referring to bears. Have you drunk them? Last sass baby, though. I'd like you to say, I've learnt 10 words today. A, a blended or DFT Barbara showing app a needle, the FBI Laboratory. And now ask, how many have you learned? Quanta? Quanta is happening neither the way to say the verb to send in Spanish is magnetic. And a message, as you will probably remember, is, be sure to pronounce that n before the men soccer. How would we say remembering to use the simple form, not the long progressive form of the present tense. How would you say she's sending a message? A Yamanaka. And what about she's sending it? She's sending it. Loma Linda. I would say that the second most crucial aspect of learning the structure of a language just behind the verbs is mastery of the pronouns. So when asked to take a minute to explain the use of the object pronouns in Spanish. In the English sentence, Jessica is sending the book to Peter. The book is the direct object of the verb as it receives the action directly. Jessica resending the book to Peter. Now Peter, in this example, is known as the indirect object, As he's only the thing or person to whom or for whom the action is done. In the next sentence, imagine we're already clear who or what is being talked about. So we didn't mention things by name anymore. We can use pronouns instead. Jessica is sending it to him and you can see that is known as the direct object pronoun and him, the indirect object pronoun. So let's look at this little closer. As we've seen, a pronoun is a word that replaces the names of people or things. Me eight, you, them, et cetera. As we said, they can be direct or indirect. Now let's look at the example, memoranda illiberal. She's sending me the book or English. We can also say she's sending the book to me. A Libra is the direct object as it receives the action of the verb directly. Me is the indirect object pronoun, as it indicates to whom. For whom the action is done. In the next example, Melo Amanda, she's sending it to me. A Libra has been replaced by the direct object pronoun law. Both pronouns you'll see go before the verb and the indirect pronoun always comes first. Here they all are in list form. You'll see that the only two forms that are different between the direct and the indirect object pronouns are the ones in light orange. There. Don't worry about the exact meanings and memorizing for the moment as we'll be taking you gradually yet very thoroughly through the whole lot as the course progresses. So as we've just seen to me, is how did we say she's sending it to me. And how then would we say she's sending it to me again. How would you say she's not sending it to me today? No. But she's sending it to me tomorrow. Now can you say I'm buying the book? And now I'm buying it. I'm buying it. And what about I have bought it. I bought it. Indirect object pronoun you or for you. Is you the book? Liberal? Your buying me the book may compress a liberal. The indirect object pronoun for him or for him or her. For her is. Now say, I'm buying him or her the book. I mean direct object pronoun for us. So for us is now dry. He's buying us the book and Libra them or for them is less. I'm buying them. The book. 12. Lesson 8.: Welcome back. Today's progress and Nubian day two classes, they span your control. I hope you're progressing well and enjoying a Spanish classes with us. So for this eighth class of metadata intermediate, we need to keep bashing out these all important pronouns, which along with the verbs, really formed the backbone of the language. So it's crucial to get on top of them, to master them as soon as possible. I'll first sentence in this class is she's selling me her computer. Maybe. Now I'd like you to replace computer with it, so she's selling it to me. Here's an important and common verb that was introduced in the beginner's course, then we'll actually practice very much. This means to bring, this is one of the so-called go verbs, along with many affair, etc, that take an irregular G in the I form. So just repeat after me. Please. Try, go. Try. Try. Try. Try and try. She's bringing him the car. Dry l cocci. Cocci. And what about she's bringing us the car. She's bringing it to us. Now have a go at saying she gives him a lot of things. Courses. Courses. She gives me some things, are cautious. And how would we say I give them a little money? Now tried to say I'm leaving them a message. He's not sending it to me today. He's sending it to us tomorrow. I'm sending it. I'm sending you something. I'm sending you a little money for now. Try I'm sending it to you. I'm sending it to you. Now let's try with them instead of them, I'm sending them to you. And now the future tense, I will send them to you. I'll send them to you. And now I'm sure someone I will send them to you before leaving. And what would the Spanish before? She is sending me the message. She's sending you the message. The Amanda she's sending him or her the message. She's sending us the message. Okay. 13. Lesson 8. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. So what I'm going to go for life. 14. Lesson 9.: Plural, you form the vosotros form for the indirect object pronoun is Bosch. Bosch. So how would you say she is sending you, you all the message? It might help you to think this sentence slightly differently. That's to say, instead of she is sending you the message, she is sending the message to you with the two you or for you at the end, as you'll know that this is the bit to start with in Spanish. So let's try again. She is sending the message to you, Osmond elements. Okay. Now try she's sending it to you. She's sending it to, you know, try sending them the message or indeed she's sending the message to them. He is sending him the message or he's sending the message to him? She's sending it to me. And how would you tell a single person she's sending it to you? There is actually a forbidden combination of pronouns in Spanish. At some point in history, it was decided that the combination of two L's was undesirable and pleasing to the Spanish. So they came up with, say. So for example, if you wanted to say hello, the indirect pronoun changes to ClO. I'm sending it to him, thus becomes sill Armando as yellow. Yellow is forbidden. Likewise, all these other possible combinations will require, say, you may wonder how on earth you'll ever know if Sarah, first to him, them, or even the form of new forms. But allow me to explain that a little further down the line. So bearing all that in mind, how do you say she is sending it to him? And now try she's sending it to them. Just the same as the last one. And how would you say she's sending it to us. Now using the plural you how would you say I'm sending it to you? I'm sending it to you all. I'm sending it to her. I'm sending it to you. Then please use the singular form and have a go at saying, I will send it to you. I'll send it to you. I'll send it to her. Cinema. Cinema. I will send it to them again. And how do you think we would say you will send it to us in the morning? I will send it to him. I will send it tobacco. Tobacco. I will send it to lowland a little later. Lola. Lola. He will send it to him. We will send it to her. How did we say the verb to give in Spanish? So what would the Spanish before? I'm giving it to you? I'm giving it to her. I'm giving it to Lola. Lola. And find me in this lesson. We are giving it to them. 15. Lesson 10.: So then our first sentence and listen ten, remembering to start your Spanish phrase with the indirect object pronoun. How do we say, I will give it to you tomorrow? And I'd like you to say, I will give you some things tomorrow and some on Wednesday. And miracles. Crunch say they will give it to us. And how would you tell a single person they will give it to us. Then I will give it to, you know, small data. I'll sell it to you if you want. Securities. Securities. They won't sell it to him if he doesn't have the money this week. C naught, D and L, D narrow. O'sullivan didn't see not the same manner. The word for better is tried to say it's better. And how about it's a little better here. Now try saying it's much better in Spain. Espana is one of the ways to say, to think in Spanish is also to think. These verbs are often interchangeable, but suggests more of a belief and intuition, whereas pen sad suggests a more logical objective, a belief that's been thought through to a greater extent. So perhaps a belief with extra certainty. But don't worry because the difference is often very subtle. And as I said, they're usually interchangeable. However, when we're actually thinking as in using your brain, thinking about something, in this case, we must use benzo. What do you doing? I'm thinking, the action of thinking is pen sad, not career. So for the next section, we'll be practicing grade. So how do you think we would say, I think that it's better there. I think it's better there. I think that he's going to be there. I think that she's finished. I think she's finished at how about I think it's better to finish it today. I think that you are wasting time. Why do you think that? Because you're going too fast. You have to do the lessons three times. Good advice, by the way, I dress with this. It's better to do the difficult lessons four or five times. Is my whole quatro, or think of it. This is my thin colitis. It's much better if you work like that. As much drama, horsey Turbo. C is more to my courses. 16. Lesson 10. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. So what I'm going to go for life. 17. Lesson 11.: Very similar in meaning to gray, okay, is the expression MIT Barry thing. This comes from the verb panther to seem and mythic means, it seems to me that, in other words, I think that may parity how they move. We say using this structure. I think that it's on the table. It seems to me that it's on the table. La Mesa sobre la mesa. I think that there are some on the chair. May unos in law, CIA. Unos in lessee. Yeah. I think I've had four beers. Tomato quatro database service. And how would you say, I think that the red wine is better than the white Tinto? Gail Blanco. I think, or It seems to me that Spanish is more difficult than English. Gayle English, defeated killing Liz. I think that it's the same. Lo mismo. I think it's better to finish the easy one before starting the difficult one. Mineral fatty landers empathetic. And how would you say this lesson isn't interesting? Noisy, noisy datacenter. I think that it's very interesting. Think is that a Sunday? And what about, I find it very boring. Like windrow length when trying to say that something interests you, we can say main Theresa May in dressage, it interests me. Theresa. How do you think we would say it interests me a lot. Does it interest you? And how about do they interest you? Think that isn't? And what about interest? And now try Vedanta interest her. Raison d'etre sun. And how would you tell someone? I'm sorry, but it doesn't interest me better. Nami Indonesia. Ucl. Teresa is a verb which doesn't really exist in English, import star. And this means to be important in the sense of to matter whether or not something matters to you. So to say, it's not important for me. In other words, it doesn't matter to me. We can say no main body. Now, main part. So how would you say it's not important for me because it doesn't interest me. Teresa. Teresa. This lesson is important for me. How do you say Spanish? Doesn't interest are remembering to place the subject, in this case, Spanish after the verb espanol. Espanol. And what about money isn't important for him. Now try. Women don't interest him. Cars don't interest us. 18. Lesson 12.: A course, a course of study such as this one is corso. How would you ask someone, haven't you finished the course? Noise, ketamine, outdoor. Nice, steady. And how would you ask, Doesn't this course interest? You're not the Indonesia is nothing that is, I stick with cell. And how would you reply? Not much because I find it too easy. No mucho porque haloing, COINTELPRO, Demasio fatty. Fatty. She thinks it's too difficult. Lip arete case the mosquito defeated yet, but if it gives me my shadow, the PET. And I tried to say, he thinks it's too boring. Ethic is Damasio a burrito? Gives me my cella would lead them. He thinks that the other course is better. Through Kershaw is my horror. How would you state languages don't interest them? Nor less integration. Lossy Diomedes. The word for people, which you're probably already familiar with is law. You'll notice that Latin is singular, whereas the wood people in English is plural. So on no account, pluralize the verb when you're talking about La Quinta in Spanish. People and not important to me. And now try what people think isn't important to me. Remember to turn the phrase round to start with the important part. What people think isn't important to me. No mean burrata, lockup, pn sat lock-in day. The insula handy. I'm sorry, but your problems don't interest us. Bed or nano. Cindy Grayson, two's problem as you have seen debate of numbers in datacenters problems. By now you'll be familiar with Gustaf, which you might think means to live, but actually technically it means to please. So if you wanted to say, I like this course, you actually have to say, this course, pleases me. We've already practiced this type of structure many times with main Porter and main Teresa, using the indirect object pronouns may lay knowledge or less. So whenever you see a phrase to translate with like, reset your mind into Spanish mode and think, please. The thing in question pleases me. And don't forget that the thing that pleases the subject goes after the verb. So with all that said, How would you say, I like this course? I like that book or that book pleases me. Usta essay Libra. Unlike beer. And it was tele therapy into a job as in a paid position of regular employment or just a piece of work that one has to do is to try to ask, do you like your job? And how about Does she like her job? Do they like the house? In other words, does the house please them? Hasta la Casa de la casa. They say that the other house is better. The thin galore drug casa es mirror the think-aloud, acacias McCord. Do you like red wine? The goose style we not deemed don't tell me no Tinto. We don't like white wine. Usta, LV know Blanca. Blanca. And how would you say they don't like Coca-Cola? Law? Coca Cola. Coca-cola. Tried to say, I like books. And what about Unlike to go out? I like going out. Unlike do work. I like working, but I don't like working on Sundays. Drama has lost Domingo. Domingo. 19. Lesson 12. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. So what I'm going to go for life. 20. Lesson 13.: Okay, welcome to a new class, class number 13, la numero tres de. Then they say that the limit of tricky is they say 13 brings bad luck, better. Neuro Korea, I didn't believe it. Neurocranium, karaoke noise barrier. That barrier, that means true, a word that will be coming up during the course of today, this lesson. So then how would we say it's better to work in the morning than in the evening. Which may hoard. Ulama Yana, Katie Portola is McArthur Harper, lamina Kippur laterally. Now tried to say, I don't like talking about my problems. Naomi Gustaf ladder problem has no Macros tablet and a nice problem IS, and I tried to say, she likes cats, remembering that the verb Gustaf has to agree with cats because we're effectively saying Cats, please. Her. She likes cats. Les Gustaf, loss, ketose. Yeah, go stand those ghettos. And he likes dogs but he doesn't like cats. Better knowledge, Houston, los ghettos. Ghettos. In this sentence we have two similar words, better Ross dogs and better but shorter role that WAR of Penrose. But only give a single flip to the word better meaning but better rush, better than no legal standards. Ghettos. As promised, the word for true is better than, it's true as better than is made of that. And the way to say the truth is the truth. Lamda data. Pronouncing these two Ds of barrier that keeps the tongue flat and it exactly the same position as in the English words. That and bade. So we get better than if you look in the mirror as you say the word that you'll see that the tip of the tongue is actually visible and should be so in Spanish as well, better than that. Try to ask, is it true that you don't like going to the beach S better lab? Cannot they go stay in and apply? Estimated that cannot, they will stay. Now say, the truth is that we don't like the teacher. Can nano USTA, ALL Professor Eskenazi Mustafa professorial. The truth is that we're not interested in his problems. Or we might say his problems don't interest us. Is Can no-nos Andreessen problem as you have a bad skin numbness in today's center of mass. Now say, it's true that I don't like this job is better. Vab can know USTA is tetra home. Back in and I was tested. And adding on to that last phrase, can you say it's true that I don't like this job, but everybody has to work. Genomic. Dna is made of economic woes tested beta Telemundo. What would the Spanish before? I'm going to tell you the truth. Boy, or the third day law better than Maurya, the third day law better than. Now, ask, is it true that he's going to give her the money? It's submitted have K bar a data lake, LD, nato. And how would we say it's not true that this course is expensive? Noise better, KS, the crucial escargot. Nice data that gets the cool. So escargot, an idea in Spanish very similar to the English. An idea is hula ie their own idea. Again, make sure the tip of your tongue is visible in the mirror. As you say. Who? Naive they're the de Una e there. Do you like my idea? They go stop me there. That will stop me there. Yes, I think your idea is very good. C API, Gateway there is Bueno. We could also say see gray, okay, to E there is no Bueno. Si es muy way. Now, in previous lessons, you learned that the adjective in Spanish follows the noun. Now you'll see a couple of adjectives which tend to precede the noun they modify. So a good idea is e there. All now going a there. And a bad idea is MLA II. They're trying to say, it's not a bad idea. Noise, tsunami, nice. Ulama lay there. It seems to me that it's not a bad idea. May br ethic Una, Una malloc. The truth is. It's a very good idea. Una e there. When I there. Now both Bueno and Milan drop the o before a masculine singular noun. So how do you think we would say it isn't a bad course? Noise? Noise. Tried to say, I would like to have a good job when Roboto. And then we'll study at the needle. Winter. Today is a bad day. Oh, yes. And how about her brother is a good student. Mano, to say to have an idea as you might expect its own idea. How do you think we would say, I have had an idea? A day needle. It there, Nino Navier. I have had a good idea. It the needle. The needle now Guinevere, I've had a very interesting idea. It they need it, they need yes. 21. Lesson 14.: Welcome back, Welcome to Lesson 14, where the first sentences, your ideas don't interest me. Know me integration, NAMI, integration to some of our ideas are very good. Afghanistan West trustee dash, dash C via some way when us, another way to say nobody is not the labia. Now you already know how to say nothing or anything, and by placing not before a verb, another after it. For example, knowing the unknown other. I don't understand anything. Repeat please. 90 and ANOVA. That's it. We also learned that neither sometimes comes before the verb, in which case, there's no need for the not. For example. Now that I've Abby and nothing is going well, repeat please. None of our bn. Now the same thing applies to Nadia, meaning nobody. Now the abline English psyche. Nobody speaks English here. Repeat please. Now the abline less icky. No hablar con Nadia. I don't speak to anybody. No, I block on Natty. So tried to say nobody speaks English here, bearing in mind that Nadia comes at the beginning. So there's no need for the negative, not nobody speaks English here. Now the abline glyphs AKI, latvia, Blaine less AKI. Nobody has good ideas here. Now VAT and a bona CDR, psyche. Psyche. And now try. Nobody tells the truth here. Now, Jackie Jackie, nobody knows where the shop is. Now the surveyed on this dial at the end that nanny savvy than the style at the end. Now, what about the very true statement that nobody speaks a language before understanding it? And then that alone. Then tender love. Now asked the question, Is it true that nobody understands estimated value k Now the Indian Day estimated that Canadian DNA. If you wanted to say, there's nobody here, nobody, nobody in this case comes after the verb. So we need to start with NO. And we get noise. 99 Navy AKI. So try. There's nobody in the shop. No NAD, in Latin. Knowing naggy and at the end now, there's nobody behind the house. Casa de la casa. We speak to nobody. In other words, we don't speak to anybody. I see nobody or indeed I don't see anybody know. Nobody works on Sunday. Hi Domingo. And now say, nobody does it better than me. Now the law, I think mahara Nebula, the verb to study, is very similar to the word for a student. If a student is to try to say nobody studies like me. Now Vh to the Acoma, your Navy, Estonia, Cambodia. And how would you say, I have studied four lessons this morning. The onus is S to the yellow quadrant. Stamina. Comparison. As much as, as much as I tried to say, nobody studies as much as me. Now the ace through the dam Tokyo majora, labia. Majora. Nobody has studied as much as me today. Now the ass to the other. Or your lab yes. To the other. Nobody has studied as much as them this week. Now, the ash to the adult done Tacoma, your sister Savannah, Ponto mitosis does a manner. And find me in this class. Nobody has learned more than us this year. Navi aprendi dot mass, Gino's short-term. Stay on your mask inertia transistor. 22. Lesson 14. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. So what I'm going to go for life. 23. Lesson 15: Welcome back, Welcome to Lesson 15, which starts with a new word, somebody or anybody, which is algae. And be sure to stress, to accentuate the word on the first syllable. Again. So can you try to say somebody hail or indeed, is there anybody here? Inaki? I know there's nobody. No, no NADH. How would we ask, does somebody know? Again, Subway? Does anybody know if it's a good cause? Again, survey CS1 when crucial? When corso. And now can you ask does somebody know if she's finished? Again, Sabi, see? Again service yeah, terminal. The last three conjugations of the perfect tense. I have done something. We're presented in lesson six, but not really practiced. So let's take a moment to focus on these. So the waveform nosotros with a verb hablar to speak is Blotto. We have spoken the bush atrocity. The you plural form is our base ABA law though. You have spoken. I have a sub Lambda and the AU, sh, uh, yes. And instead this form is and nabla, they have spoken. And nabla. So just repeat after me please. Fablab, base or bladder and Camila. Camila. And Camila. A most BBDO. Obese, BBDO. And BBDO. We have finished image. Emma, steady me, narrow. It seems to me or I think that they haven't finished. Can know anatomy narrow. May parity. Now tried to say we have left are indeed we have gone out. Lido. Lido. Now the question, does anybody know if they've left? Again, some a leader IN service Yan Toledo. Nobody knows if you've been able to do it. And here please use the Mossad trust, the plural form of view. Nobody knows if you've been able to do it. Now, the SRA CIA spot either at federal law. Have you repeated the words three times? Again, use the bush or transform. Our base repeated or last palette. Brush. This brush, press with this. How many hours they studied today? How many years have you lived in Spain? And here let's use the form as BBDO in a Spaniard. Not as many as you. Have you sent the message? I haven't sent it yet. No. I will send it to him tomorrow. Have you given it to him? I haven't given it to him yet, but I will give it to him this evening. Have you left him the message? I haven't left it for him yet, but I will leave it for him tonight. Now say we haven't sold it to him yet. We haven't sold it to him because he's not sure if he wants to buy it. Benito. Nice to say water security. 24. Lesson 16.: The way to say never is no NCAA. And this negative word works in the same way as in that it can go either before the verb, nunca BIBO cafe or after the verb by adding not at the beginning. No baby Cafe. Tried to say, he never tells the truth. Nunca d Theta or we could say not Ethan nunca. Not anything non calibrate that. I will never speak Spanish. Non-car blurry espanol. Espanol. I never eat. After having dinner. Nunca Como displace the thinner. Thinner. Now try to say, you will speak a little Spanish after this course, but not as much as Jessica. Our bladder assume poco, the spinal disc, the Corso, not done tokamak. Jessica. I will add as a Spaniard less place this beta naught than Tacoma Jessica. And how about I will study it again. 2d array. I will see you in the morning. David. It'll be easy. I like that. I see the lessee. And how about I'll go and see it. I'll go to see it. I'll never go and see it. Nunca lo. I'll have lunch later. Must commit a mass database. Now the verbs that in the present tense taken g in the first-person singular, for example, DNA. And Sally, slightly irregular in the future and change their stems to include a D. I have, I will have. How about we will have we will never have. Nanga dendrimers, demos. We will never have a lot of money. And how did we say he will have a, now say you have a good teacher for this course. When Professor Perez, the crucial when Professor we will have to leave before eight o'clock. Then dreamscapes, Sally, and this can lead to How did we say I put bongo? I will put I'll put it here. Andrea. And try saying, I'll never put it there. Hello boundary. I'll put it on the table for her. Elope Andre sobre la mesa. Cell upon the sobre la mesa will put it here for you. And now say they'll put it there for her. The shallow pond. 25. Lesson 16. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. When I go for life. 26. Lesson 17.: Welcome back, Welcome to Lesson 17. Tried to say, she'll be thirsty. And now Dr. he'll be hungry later. If he doesn't eat combi, then I'll put it in the room next to the chair. Andre. I love the law CIA. Now how did we say I leave? So go and how therefore when we say I will leave or indeed I will go out. So dreary. Saturday. A friend which seems to be a well-known Spanish word, is ego or Amiga, if referring to a female who now omega 0. Now, how would we say I will go out with my friends? Amigos. Amigos. Nobody will leave the house before finishing the job. Now the sound around the La Casa, untested tyramine, tobacco. La casa untested terminology. There are two verbs, are there, to do and death, to say, which while they do take Gs in the first-person I form of the present tense. In the future, they dropped the GSC ending and take an R. So we get joy to harass LRA yeah, Iraq. And with the verb there Thiel, we get Jordi do the RAS or L, D. Now if we wanted to say, I will tell you what we really need to say as I will tell it to you. So it's Dilaudid, Dilaudid a. So we must include this direct object pronoun that it Dilaudid. It's not usually enough to say they did a Dilaudid, a tailor the day. Now, bearing in mind that lead law is non-acceptable combination in Spanish, How do you think we would say, I'll tell her seller the seller the day. Now if we wanted to say, I will tell your friend. In other words, I will tell it to your friend. You might think that it would be law the ray to amigo. However, Spanish requires the inclusion of the indirect object pronoun the same to him, to her, say. So even though this says redundant, It's still required to amigo. This combination of seller is so common in Spanish. And so we need to get used to it as soon as possible. So please repeat this phrase all day for a week, starting with ten times right now. Still ODD. Siloed area to amigo, Andrea to amigo siloed area to amigo Cnidaria to amigo siloed area to amigo siloed area to amigo siloed area to amigo Cnidaria to amigo siloed area to amigo cynobacteria to amigo is just as important to get used to the sounds of these, these ultra common combinations as it is to understand them intellectually. Please pause the video and repeat this sentence many, many times. Seller directly at two amigo. Now to guide you with the next questions, the majority of them will indeed include this key combination, seller, the redundant repetition of the indirect object pronoun. How did we say? I will tell your friend. Say low the day at two amu. I will tell Jessica. Jessica. Jessica. When will you tell her? When will you tell my friend? Sam? Yeah, I'm Eva. When will you tell your teacher the nasa to profess soda? When will you tell the man? Along the basilar membrane? The way to say everyone or everybody is Dato and Mondo, literally meaning all the world. Dato and a mondo. Everybody knows the truth. Dollar where mondo shabby law doesn't moon does have elevated. And it seems to me, or in other words, I think it seems to me that nobody knows the truth. La, la la, la. And how did we say? I will tell him. I'll tell him I'll tell everybody. Hello, The red dots, mondo. Notice here that the CEO is actually redundant but still required in Spanish cell or the day our total mondo. I will send everybody a message. Here. You may have been tempted to use Ceylon and that in the law is not required, is there is no It involved. Say that's reverts to lay and it is included, though technically redundant, lemon yellow and we'll know. And now try. I will send it to everybody. I'll send it to everybody. Salamander, a total Mondo. I have sent it to everybody. 27. Lesson 18.: The verb to ask is, could you say, I would like to ask you something? We've study up and I will ask you later, bearing in mind that to ask works like the verb to say death here, in that we usually need to add it. So we're actually saying, I will ask you it later. They looked pregnant, mass tardy. That and my status. I will ask you again. Dell'opera all diatomic. I'll tell you again. Below the diaphragm, if I'll tell her again. Hello. Hello. The Realtime is I'll send it to her again. Now as you already know, if we have an infinitive verb, the verb with the basic ER, AR, ir ending as in to do something. The pronoun hooks on to the end. So to say, I want to send it, it's yellow Mandelian. If we wanted to use two pronouns, for example, I want to send it to you, I want to send it to you. Both pronouns who come to the end of the infinitive forming one long word. You'll see that this long word now requires an accent to indicate the irregular stress pattern. Mandarin. Mandarin. Repeat please several times. Hello, hello, hello. Hello, hello. As I've said before, the more you get used to the sounds, the easier it gets. Good. That's it. So try to say I'm going to send it to her. I'm going to send it to her. Boy. Say low volume, um, and that's hello. I'm going to send it to him again. I'm going to send it to him again. I'm going to ask you again. I'm going to tell you I'm not going to tell you twice. Can you send it to me? By this man, madam? Hello. Can you send it to him? Hello. Now, tried to say it. I would like to tell him. I would like to tell him the truth. I wanted to give it to him. I would like to give it to you. Hello? Hello. Now remembering that the indirect object pronoun for two of them is the same as to him or to her. Say, how would we say, I don't want to give it to them? Darcy law. And now try he doesn't want to give it to us. No. No, no. She doesn't want to sell it to us. And finally, in this 18th class, how would you say you have to send it to us? Dnas. 28. Lesson 18. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. Hi. 29. Lesson 19.: In the last class, we practice looking to pronouns onto the end of an infinitive verb. Now when we're dealing with commands, imperatives, the same principle applies. So for example, to say, send it to me. It's Amanda. Amanda Miller. And notice here the accent is taken yet another step backwards. Mandela tried to say, now say send them to me, give them to me. Give them to us. Does a lot. That's a lot. Give it to everybody. Does say low at total animal dander, nasty law, Dada and give it to Jessica. Jessica. Jessica. Send it to your friend. Leave it for me. And how about leave it for him on the table in La Mesa? De La Mesa. Ask your father at two Padre. Another use of this PRB is the reflexive form, which means to ask oneself, in other words, to wonder that. So try to say, I wonder if she will call me soon. See me Yamaha prompt. Oh, I wonder if tes studying as much as me. I wonder if they're telling the truth. Now very common useful expression is then they're Ghana's the logo, meaning to feel like doing something. Then they're gonna to have a go at saying, I feel like returning to Spain, Hispania. Then the liners. Do you feel like going out tonight? Dnas again as this holiday standard. I feel like staying here. Tengo Ghana's decay. I don't feel like studying. Not organise this to the Ara, nothing organise this to the egg. The way to say sometimes is at times this. Sometimes I don't feel like working. Not tengo Ghana's am F is nothing but sometimes I wonder if I'm wasting my time. I make this better, don't meet the AMPA. And finally, in this lesson, sometimes they don't open in the morning. No haben. Um, it says no evident but lamina. 30. Lesson 20.: Welcome to lesson 20, the last lesson of this first course, the intermediate stage. And by the way, many congratulations for reaching this far. Always in Spanish is CM. Cm printing. Words like always, such as sometimes, never, usually tend to come at the beginning of the phrase in Spanish. So how would we say, she always calls me in the morning? Cm may pour lemon yellow. Simply miasma por la manana. P always asks me the same thing. Cmp. Cmp. They always want a little more time. Cm break-even. The umbo, simply Vietnam poker night. I always eat a sandwich before working. Cme pre-cum own Book IV, your untouched. Cm play common bokeh. We sometimes have a lunch there, and it's always good. Iv fiscal me Maasai ECM plays Bono. Every fiscal my Maasai ECM plays Bono. I don't feel like having dinner tonight. Not then go Gunners. A standard chair. Not then go Gunners the thinner. Now to say until it's us that Asda, you'll notice as usual, the initial H is silent. Asda. As we've seen before the expression see you tomorrow actually means until tomorrow in Spanish. So how would we say See you tomorrow? I'm staying until tomorrow. Stamina. And what about their staying until Friday? Style weirdness. Second and style weirdness. My parents will be here until Sunday. Mis padres. Style Domingo. Domingo. I sometimes study until very late. With this studio. I made this is studious time with daddy. She has asked me if I can give her the money today. She's asked me if I can give her the money today. May I see puedo data? Ld narrow? May have puedo data, LD narrow. Sometimes they don't close until ten o'clock at night. A common and useful verb is to lend, to lend. In Spanish, it's trying to say, I'm lending it to you. Can you lend me your phone to telefono for this place that made two telefono. I'm not going to lend you my car. No, boy, yeah, please start the coachee novel. Yeah. Can you lend her your computer until Thursday? I'll lend it to you until tomorrow. The Laplace steady as stamina. And finally our last sentence, our last instruction is, don't lend him the money in the network. 31. Lesson 20. Time trial.: Hi. Okay. 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