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The Complete Spanish Method. Intermediate 3. EL MÉTODO.

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction to Level 3.


    • 2.

      Vamos a


    • 3.

      Practice and Extension


    • 4.

      Time Trial


    • 5.

      Practice and Extension


    • 6.

      Siempre, Correctamente


    • 7.

      Time Trial


    • 8.

      Jugar al tenis, A menudo


    • 9.

      Normalmente, Pedir algo


    • 10.

      Time Trial


    • 11.

      Practice and Extension


    • 12.

      Dar, Yo dí


    • 13.

      Time Trial


    • 14.

      Hacer una pregunta, Tantos, Ya


    • 15.

      Tener cuidado


    • 16.

      Time Trial


    • 17.

      Ser, Estar


    • 18.

      Triste, Ser bueno en algo


    • 19.

      Time Trial


    • 20.

      En este momento, Aburrido


    • 21.



    • 22.

      Time Trial


    • 23.

      Conocer (to meet)


    • 24.

      Time Trial


    • 25.



    • 26.

      Querer (to love)


    • 27.

      Este/Esta, Menos que


    • 28.

      Time Trial


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    • 30.

      Chico, Inteligente


    • 31.

      Time Trial INT 3,20


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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.


"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!"


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.


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.

To your success! 

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Peter Hanley

The non-stop SPEAKING Spanish course


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 Level 3.: Do you want to master intermediate Spanish within the next few weeks? We'll you can, but you will need the right method. Hi, I'm Peter, creator of element order, and 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 method 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 and a practical usage and intermediate Spanish. But what makes an effective method and wider most language programs fail so miserably. Most language courses actually apply no method at all. They overload frustrated and demoralized you with long-winded explanations, boring lists, tables and tests. And before too long, you'll have given up entirely. Those of you who started 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 is 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, constantly repeated and relentlessly recycled in new contexts and combinations. This way, Spanish doesn't just become easy for you to remember that difficult to forget. With elemental lot, you immediately start forming and speaking your own phrases. Just as 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 our metal into your daily routine along with my native Spanish daughter, Jessica, you can join us wherever 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 I'll metadata is waiting to get to work on you. 2. Vamos a: To start Level 3 of L medulla intermediate cause. It's a great pleasure to offer all of you determined and tenacious students are congratulations for making it this far, really a tremendous achievement. The main aim of Level 3 is to help you master all the troublesome conjugations of the most common verbs, you'll have realized by now that Spanish verbs are a good deal more complex than English ones, which have few distinct conjugations of the verb to eat, the past IATA, THE eight we ate, they ate. The same forms apply for each person, not so in Spanish. The reason so many people struggle to take their Spanish beyond a fairly basic level is their failure to get to grips with the verb forms without proper conjugation in a number of tensors, you simply won't be able to communicate effectively. However, overwhelming the task of mastering these verb conjugations may seem at this stage if you follow the process laid out in the next levels of elemental, following are guidelines and suggestions to the letter. Things will steadily fall into place and the rest of the language is mostly a vocabulary and set phrases and is relatively easy. Ah, you'll find a complete conjugation chart in the resources section of this first lesson. And I suggest you print this out and always have it at hand for reference as you move through the course. With all this said, We wish you every success with level 3. The way to say let's, as in, Let's do something or let's start for example, is bombers. Followed by the verb Vamos. Vamos is the waveform of iid to go. If you locate it on your chart, you will see the various tenses laid out. This is the present tense. I go. So repeat please. Joe Boy. Tubas, el nosotros, vamos, vosotros vice. A year span. Good. So using the waveform by most, Let's start. Is most IMB data. By most empathetic can mean both. We're going to start or the suggestion, Let's start. Both of these are expressed in the same way in Spanish. So just repeat please, by most empathy than most and better. So can you now say, let's do the first lesson? Bombshell. La Brea, metallic thrown. Deimos athermal, a pretty metallic the'm. And now say, let's speak Spanish. Bombers, shrub La, Jolla. Nano salaries by nearly. Now one of the most important sets of conjugations or the imperatives and tricky as they may seem, these are amongst the first forms that infants pick up as much of the parent child dialogue involves instructions. Do this, don't do that, pick it up, put it down, go to daddy, and so on. So here's a reminder of how the irregular imperatives work. You'll find all these imperative forms listed on the verb charts along with the other tensors. Here we have an overview of the regular verbs with all that tricky imperative forms. For the AR verbs. Here's the normal present tense conjugations. And here are the corresponding imperatives. The informal form just drops the S from the present tense. Abdullah. The formal ous death form changes tracks. That's to say takes the same ending as the ER and the ir verbs. I believe. I believe. Now the vosotros form ends in AD bluff. Remember this is a very soft D actually pronounced like an English. Th are black. And the steadies form, Changes track again. Abline becomes our blend in the imperative. Now all forms of the negative imperative just change tracks. The two form is no abolitionists who stayed. No ableist, more short-term, know ablaze. And boosted ish, know abline. On this slide to provide context for these commands, we're going to address different people. So Chico is a boy and can be used to address that person directly. All at Chico. Hello Boy, which doesn't sound quite right in English. We'd probably say young man or lad, but Chico means boy. Senor is Sir, addressing an older man formerly, CI course refers to two or more boys or youngsters. And send your S is two or more older men. So repeatedly is Chico. Chico no, abolition. Senor. Senora, notably, Chico. Chico, no, I place. So seniority. Our blend senor is no Abilene. Take some time to go over these several times. As many times as you need to recite this table rapidly, filling in the blanks from memory. Er, verbs. Verb like Ben dared to sell, almost always takes an object when used as a command. So let's practice with the pronoun law attached. Sell it. So exactly the same rules apply. That to form drops the S, been there, been there law. They will step form changes tracks. Bender, bender law and the bush routers and the D Mendez men death law and the US death form trenches tracks been then law. So I'd like you to practice these the same way as before. Finally, the ir verbs, the endings are identical to the ER verbs except for the bush otros form, which takes an eye. Brief, brief law. Once again, practice these forms until fluent. So can you say don't speak English. English, less. Speak Spanish. Espanol. Open the door. Abdullah. Open it. Don't open the window. And how about Don't open it? Don't open it. Now, how would we say, let's sell the car? And now the order on the instruction cell, the computers, and tried to say, don't sell the good one cell. Bueno. Bueno. And now don't speak English using the formal whose death form. No less. No less. Speak Spanish. I blazed by neurons. And how about open the door again using the form? I would end up with that. Don't open the window. No, I wouldn't have been Diana. And now try cell. The computers are shorter than address. Nano server, the nebulous. But don't sell the good one. Naveen dial 10. So now using the informal vosotros form for friends, children, or younger people, could you say don't speak English? No, I'm placing less. Now. I'm placing less. Speak Spanish. Open the door. Brief. La La Quinta. Don't open the window. No. Danner. Now I'm lazy. I'm in Ghana. So the computers. And how would we say sell them? Then net loss. Don't sell the good one. Dice Bueno. Nothing NaCl Moreno. Don't sell it. No low-end nice. None of a nice. And finally in lesson 1, don't sell it to them. Dice. Dice. 3. Practice and Extension: These lessons dealing with the imperatives are tricky. Keep referring back to this table or to your printed verb charts. If you haven't be prepared to go through each lesson multiple times until the answers come easily to you. Mastery of these forms depends both on repeated exposure as well as willpower. So don't be in too much of a hurry to move on until these forms are really mastered. The last command in lesson one was nutshell of n dice. Don't sell it to them. We can see that the pronouns all go before the verb. During negative commands. However, for positive commands, they all work onto the end of the verb. So can you say sell it to us using the poor form? And try saying sell it to them. Then there's a law now addressing two or more people politely. So using the USTA, this form, can you say don't speak English? No, meaningless. Know Abilene in less. Speak Spanish. Are Blaine Espanola. And try giving the Spanish for Open the door. Aboriginal law. Don't open the window. No, I have it on lobbying. Donna know avid at 11 Diana. And can you tell the same people sell the computers, but don't sell the good one. Bueno. Bueno. Now the next command is wait for me. This time I'd like you to give the two, as well as the osteoid forms. A spade. A spade, a spade, a spade ME. Don't wait for me. Know Mia, Spanish. Spinning in space. Me speedy. Now using the bush otros and the steadies forms, can you say, Wait for me. A spirit, a spirit in me, a spade, a spade and me. And again, using the vosotros of new steadies form. Don't wait for me. Space. Spit in space. No means paid-in. This time using two. And can you tell someone watch it? Don't watch it. Now using the vosotros and watch it. Neat and don't watch it. Now with the two and the singular forms. Learned. And how about don't learn it? Does Nala, Nala, Nala. Using the bush otros and the USTA. This forms. Learn it. I don't learn it. Nice. Nano happening, nice. No law, but in using the singular forms, get it. Correct. Hello, hello. Hello, I don't get it. Pneumococcus. And going back to the new steadies, plural forms, get it. Don't get it. 4. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. Go for that. 5. Practice and Extension: Welcome back. Let's dive straight back into these pesky imperative forms. You may well need to refer back to your charts the first couple of times you work through this and the previous lesson, which is fine. Just make sure you're responding accurately without the need to consult the charts before moving on. Now tried to get the command, write it using the two and new step forms. A scribble. Scribble. And how about don't write it using the same forms. No law is scary, bash Norway, scribble, no lie schema. Now the same commands using the bush otros, a new status forms. Write it on a screen. Ischemia. And now don't write it. Not always clear by Norway Screen1, nanoscale man. Now back to the, to a new state forms. How would we say open it? Don't open it. No. No, no, no. No, no parabola. Open it using the Bosphorus and new studies forms. Amazon law. Don't open it. And you remember how to ask, shall I open it? Now taking the verb hablar, let's go through all the various conjugations of the various tenses we've covered up to this point. If you've already memorized these forms during the course of level 2, well done and feel free to skip this section. So using the words at the bottom of this table to provide context for the tenses. Please recite off to me, how Laura, hello. Again. I blame AI Blotto. Manana. Hi Laura. I'm last year. I blast de la manana es Una Abdullah. I did. I blow your mind Yana parabola. Our parabola Marsh. I yet yeah. A motion to plateau. Man Yana, I'm law applies. A year, Abby elastase, job asap Blotto, my Yana hablar ACE or ARB VLAN hablar con man Yana Avalon. Now practice doing this from memory. It's really important that you succeeded this before advancing any further with the lesson. So over to you. Now the way to say every day is godaddy. We might also say dollar loss. But here we're going to focus on Canadian data. So try to say, I speak every day. Every day I tried to speak a little Spanish. Kinda the intent to hablar tablinum poco, the Spaniard. And now make the suggestion. Let's speak Spanish everyday. Bombshell, hablar, expand your Galleria. Mammals are blooded. Spaniard, cada dia. Yesterday I spoke a little Spanish a year on peculiar espanol. Espanol. Today I haven't spoken Spanish. Noise habla espanol. Espanol. But tomorrow I will speak a lot of Spanish. Ramayana are blurry mood to expand your beta my spaniel. Now instruct somebody tried to speak a little Spanish every day in dabbler on poco, the spinal cord, the spinal canal. I would say perfect in Spanish is very similar to the English. I'm sorry, but my Spanish isn't perfect. Perfect. Perfect. The way to say perfectly is to take the feminine form of the adjective, perfect dog, so perfect. And we add min day, perfect, perfect Clemente. So try to say Peter speaks well, but Jessica speaks perfectly. The data oblivion Bureau, Jessica Alba perfect them into BTW VN. Hello Jessica habla. Perfect time in the now very common word in Spanish is below. This is sometimes a little tricky to translate accurately into English, as it can really mean any of the following. Peaceful, calm, quiet, relaxed, chilled, not worried. So if you wanted to say calm down or indeed relax, or don't worry. For any of those options. We'll just say drunk. So try to say it's a very quiet hotel. Hotel is, you know, 10. Today I'm busy, but tomorrow I'll be more relaxed. Ramayana is got a must rank below. Oh, yes. Oh Pedro, my study must plan kilo. And just as before with perfect, perfect come in. They commonly or quietly in a relaxed manner, is cranky lamin day. To try to say, do it calmly. Lot turnkey lamenting. I've forgotten. What about the suggestion? Let's do it calmly. Drained Kayla maintain Othello. 6. Siempre, Correctamente: Let's start. Listen for the reminder of regular ER, verbs using the verb to eat or to have lunch. I'd suggest reading along the rows using the time words at the bottom, just as we did with the AR verb hablar in the last lesson. And then test yourself with this empty chart. Make sure all these forms and mastered before moving on. Right, try giving the Spanish for every day. I have lunch here. Godaddy, Como AKI. But yesterday I had lunch. They call me a good idea to call me. I we had lunch quietly at home. Cranky lament the GSA, Camino, Stan, kasa. I haven't had lunch yet. Know ta-da via new economy, da-da-da via. It's equally common to hear that I began with Camino. Another way to say yet is so you can choose between total via our own. Moon is usually placed at the beginning of the phrase. So how would one say, I haven't learned that word yet? I wouldn't know, yeah, but indeed, a subalgebra, Nmap and neither is happy Libre. Now see if you can say tomorrow, they'll have lunch quietly at the restaurant, tower and day out and have lunch with me. Comic-con medieval. And now say using the vosotros imperative. Don't learn that word. It's not important. No apparent guys know is important. They're not happen in night. Isabella noise important. Now let's have a look at the regular ir verb. Verb is must be irregular conjugations. Apart from the present perfect, I have written, you'll see there in the third column, it's a excrete or rather than a scream IDO. Is Crito. The way to say always in Spanish. Cm. So now say I always write in the morning. See him play scribble polymer and Yana, Cm plus cleaver por la manana. But she always writes in the afternoon. Bed or Asia axiom. I always try to write three lessons that I select, the sampling dental school dress like the'90s. Yesterday, I only wrote too. Soloist dose. Does. I haven't written this lesson yet. Noise Crito. Crito ischemic, then. I'll write it commonly this evening. Do you remember the verb to be able bodied? Let's take a look at the irregularities of the verb poor there. For the present tense, the stem changes from o to u, e, instead of Bordeaux. And just with all stem changing verbs, the nosotros and vosotros forms are both regular. The past takes this you in all conjugations and also changes stress patterns. It's Buddha, Buddha. Buddha. So with no written accents on the jaw and the LAR forms, as with irregular verbs, the word stress reverts to the second last syllable in all cases. This day, poodle, body, most Buddhist stays. Put the arrow on. The present perfect tense. I have been able is perfectly irregular, but the future I will be able drops the 0s of products. So not for the array, but portray borderless Audra. Soon Let's recite this verb there in the usual manner. Caldaria, puedo, a year. Yeah, a Perdido. Manana, body. Caldaria. This year, Buddhist day. Yeah, as pallidum. Manana, buttress category up with a higher poodle. Jia opposed IDO money, Santa Barbara, caldaria Podemos. Higher Podemos. Amos podo, manana Podemos. Caldaria, four days a year, police days. Yeah, I have a spot Edo Banana Boat race. Within a year. And bodied or tried to say, you can always do it in the morning. Por La Nina. And what about I was able to do it commonly yesterday. We have already been able to see it twice. To obey the law. Either of those methods, you won't be able to speak perfectly. No porous hablar, perfect time in perfect timing. But you'll be able to speak very well. The Spanish for correct is correct on how do you think we would say correctly? And that's it. So try to say you'll be able to speak correctly. 7. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. Go for that. 8. Jugar al tenis, A menudo: The verb dormir to sleep presents a couple of irregularities. This is a stem changing verbs. In the present we get Guillermo, the way timess, et cetera. Also the third person singular and plural of the past tense, both using the irregular you. So we have air, door Romeo, and a dormi Aaron. Make sure you've mastered all the conjugations before moving on. So have a go at saying, every night I sleep eight hours. Cabinet shit. Guillermo Patronas. Not shared with us. Last night. I slept six hours. Dormi say sources, and not tether me, say sodas. We slept here years ago. Door MIMO, shocky. We don't always sleep peacefully. Dormi most cranky law maintain. Thus the Impaler MIMO strength. Last night we didn't sleep very well. I'm not sure. Maybe in another Nemo's Mehrabian. What was the Spanish? But sometimes. And with this amethysts. Now using the informal plural vosotros form, could you say you sometimes sleep until very late? Play is also a stem changing verb. So please go over this Baba, who got committing all the conjugations to memory as usual. Once a week, as you'll probably know, is who nannies had. I said manner. Now when we use the verb, who got to play, the proposition is used to refer to the playing of a specified game. So to play tennis is Dennis. Dennis. To play football is our football. Football. And to play golf is how do you think we would say I play golf once a week? On Tabitha semana? Had I say manner. We haven't played tennis yet this week. Our tennis as calcium manner. Our members who either a tennis Esta semana. She doesn't play golf correctly yet. Golf, correct. To maintain. Correct amine. Once a day is obviously. So how would we say we sometimes play football twice a day? Uga football, nose with his idea. And it's this football, those methods idea. Using the bush otros form. Try to ask, would you like to play tennis with us this afternoon? Or tennis con nosotros test.rb. As we'll study, who got a tennis con nosotros is that are there. Often is a mineral. And they knew though. We often play on Saturdays, los shadows. Shadows. We often play something else on Sundays. I mean, our track, osha, los Domingos and the noodle who gammas our Draco sellers don't meaningless. We didn't play last week and we haven't played this week, but we will play next week in a manner. Last semana, Santa. In the same manner. Plato who got m is less than Markovian. Now we've already seen that more than and less than our mask and Meno scale. However, when referring to numbers, the K becomes d, So it's mass. Minos did dress. So try to say, we never play more than three times a week. Dress with a seller. Seminar. La semana. We sometimes play less than twice. The width is Minos, DDOS with this amethyst, Minos there, those basis. We couldn't play last week. But sometimes find this course a little boring. Draw a stick or shop. Poco a burrito. Very often you have to do the lessons three times or more. Drinks with this or mass units, this method of mass. Every day the shop shuts and nine, maybe once a week it shuts the date. Simona have a fallacy. It often shots at 10 on Saturday. Dfl Sabato. Yesterday. It shot before nine. A year later. I get a federal enters the last Nueva. And how would you get the order? Shut it down, shut it days. You didn't shut it correctly. 9. Normalmente, Pedir algo: Welcome back. Welcome to lesson 6. You tried to say you didn't shut it correctly, Correct? Correct. Really tried to roll both of those double r's non-orthodox plastic, correct domain D. The way to say normal is exactly the same word in Spanish. Normal. Not normal is one of those adjectives that ending in a consonant has no feminine form. We'll cover all this later on. But for now, just bear in mind that normal has no feminine form. No a is added. So using the verb pen sod, how do you think we would say, I think Jessica is a normal person. Being shrunk good. Jessica is Una persona normal. Bn, so good Jessica es Una persona normal. And as normal has no feminine form. Unlike cranky law, minty and correct. Damn into the feminine form that a is not required to form the adverb. So how do you think we would say normally? Normal, mundane, not normal lamin tip at normal maintain. Not amendment. Let's now practice the verb in the usual way, this time using normal maintain with the present tense column, normal men, Dan, Dan law, and so forth. I normally understand her very well. Normal line. Now. We normally understand Peter perfectly. Normal. In the most perfect. Peter. Maintain the name most perfect, amend the API. We didn't understand the last lesson very well. In fact, in Spanish, the word order is we didn't understand very well. The last lesson, knowing then limos movie and lounge, the molecular ion. 9 10 Nemo's Libyan loud the malathion. He will always help you if you don't understand. Cme Brit, they are, you'd see no. And dN, dS, cn, vn, this. Okay, let's shift the focus to the verb. To want. As you can see, Qur'an is a highly irregular verb. The present tense changes, its stem, gets to the arrow key, it is, et cetera. The past is C0, C0, C0, C0, stay without the written x and on the last syllable. So not the same, but kissing. And the future drops the E of the infinitive. So not. But good. Practice always in the usual way. Trying to say, I want to do it. Yellow, I felt alone. And now say, we want to do it. Get a Moshe third law. And how about I wanted in the past? I wanted to do it. She wanted to do it. She wanted to do it again. These are third law. Did they want to do it? He wanted to do it quickly. Below. We'd also say no to ask for something because the baby don't confuse this for Betty had with the verb, which means to ask in a questioning, inquiring manner, to ask for something. Is Betty? Betty it is another one of these stem changing verbs. So the first three forms of the present tense and take it I, beat or BTS be there and that they form a yoga Yash will share this also takes an array B. Then in the past tense, the third person singular and plural also take an eye. Pdo, be the air on and thankfully the other forms of perfect irregular. So how would you say I'm asking them? I'm asking them for more money. In a Speedo must be nato. I'm asking her for the bill. La Quinta API. The La Quinta. We're asking them for more time. Must be simple. I ask for more money. Must De Niro must be nato. He asked for more time. Now tried to say they will ask for it. They will ask us know speedy run. They will ask us for it. And I'll give the instruction of the command for it. Ask them for it. Ask for the bill. Be the La Quinta. Ask for it. Referring to the bill again. I'll ask for it and ask him for it. Ask Jessica. Jessica. Jessica. Now referring this time to a book of masculine. Can you say, ask Jessica for it? Jessica. Jessica. And finally, we will ask you for it later. Mascarpone. Very demos. 10. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. Go for that. 11. Practice and Extension: The theory meaning to say or to tell. He's an extremely irregular verb with plenty of tricky forms to master. The task is made easier if you're aware that nearly all the forms replace the e, day the'd with it. I, o. But the nosotros and vosotros forms of the present tense. Take this I. In the present is Diego DFS, D theta in the past, it's DKA. He's the, the hole in the present. Perfect. I have said it's AD as Detroit and in the future It's D-Day. So what would the Spanish before? Every morning, I tell you gotta Mariana, download ego. Ego. I told you yesterday. I haven't told you yet. But I will tell you later. When she didn't tell him. We didn't tell you and not the law the hemos we didn't tell you because you didn't ask. Hello. The hemos per cannot break on task. Not allow the hemos per cannot bring on test day. This point, let's just take a second to remind ourselves of the irregular imperatives of the so-called go verbs. These are the verbs that take the irregular form in the present tense. For example, Panera, job, bongo, Sally, Joe Chicago, many, NGO. So all these verbs that take the irregular G in the first-person singular operate in the same way and they have irregular imperative forms. This was introduced in Lesson 5 of the first intermediate course. So do go back and practice a little. If need be. Remember that the positive command drops the goal, the theater becomes d in the command form, set the law and the negative command changes the order of the present tense to UN. Nor the vagus. Don't say it not or the vagus. Tell me please. Don't tell me now. No. Don't tell her. Hello device. Say it. Say it again, but this time, say it correctly. Correct. The law Travis PEDOT estimate. Say it again, but this time say it. Perfectly. Perfect. Perfect. I'm in. Now let's focus on the verbal. Every day I leave at eight o'clock. Yesterday, I left at seven o'clock. Tomorrow I will leave at eight o'clock. I haven't left yet. Nicer Leonato labia. They have already left. Solider. Haven't left yet. The left quickly. Sally. Sally. Sally. And we left quietly or calm limb. Saleema strength. How would you give the order? Get out? And I'll say, don't go out. No sagas. Know, sagas. Every day I lose my keys yesterday. I lost them. Today. I haven't lost them yet. But I think I'll lose them tomorrow. I've already lost them three times this week. Semana, messages to say manner. She lost her phone. Telefono bed also delay. Follow. How many times did you lose your phone? To telefono? Does methods but the state to telefono. 12. Dar, Yo dí: The next common high-frequency verb, Tomas, death. God, to give. I give joy. Yeah. What about I gave enjoy D. I gave the book D, O D and liberal. I gave the book to you and leave it on TV. And Libera. You gave the book to us. Know. Now, these 10 liberal, they gave the book to you or I gave the book to her lady and leave it on. For extra clarity, we can add lady and liberal idea. I gave the book to Jessica. The lady and Libra are Jessica. Jessica. Remember here that the indirect object is non-optional, given that we mentioned Jessica by name, lady a liberal art Jessica. I gave the book to Jessica to help her. Lady and LIBOR-OIS, Jessica. Jessica, you that? I gave it to Jessica. Jessica. Jessica. I gave it to her. I gave it to her two minutes ago. Doesn't mean notice. I've given it to her. We've given it to them. We've already given it to peta. Peta. Yes. Datalab pitted. And then we'll try the instruction. Give it to me. Give it to him. That's a lot. Don't give it to him. No. No. Don't give it to her. Hello. This is a yes or no. Can you ask someone? Gave give it to her? Shall I give it to Jessica? Jessica said, Oh yeah, Jessica. Now let's look at the verb. To try to save. We're doing the second quarter. We did the first one last week. Anybody Meno asks him manner Posada. Did you do the first lesson correctly? We've done the same lessons as you get to. A question is similar to the verb to ask. So then how would we say? But we haven't done the last questions yet. But our memo say too much, but I want us. 13. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. Go for that. 14. Hacer una pregunta, Tantos, Ya: Welcome back. Let's get going with Lesson 9. To ask a question is so we're really saying to do or to make a question. I'm trying to say, I would like to ask you a question. Naval study, I fed them. And they'll say I asked her a question in the past. I asked her a question in a thing that people notice again here. Yeah. Can be used for emphasis or clarity. Where's the initial? Although redundant when we specify the person. Jessica, it still must be included. It's not optional lethal in a pregnant lady. Yeah. I asked him a question. I asked Peter a question. On a Beta. Elite pitted. I want to ask Carlos a question. Readily. Carlos. Carlos. And now say in the past, I wanted to ask just to go a question. Are Jessica? Jessica? I wanted to ask them a question. Dcf. And now in the present, I want to ask her a question. Yet I felt that I wanted to send a message to Peter. Theorem undoubtedly would mean socket. I want to send it to him. I'm going to send it to Peter. Peter? Well, yeah, man, Darcy law. And I'll give the command. Ask a question. Ask Peter a question. I don't do it. No, no, I guess nonetheless. Don't ask questions. No, I got polygon does. Shall I ask another question? What happens? As you might remember, the way to see so many cantos? So try to say, I'm tired of so many questions. Is take counselor, the dentist does. Don't ask so many questions. No, I guess not less than us. Don't ask Jessica so many questions. Early August contest Jessica. Jessica, to say as many as it's cantos. I didn't ask as many questions as you. No, I will come. Comma two. Comma two. How did we say to arrive? Yeah, got it. So now say they haven't arrived yet. We've learned that the way to say yet is the phrases with our own and Bolivia have always been negative sentences. For example, I haven't done it yet. However, in a question yet is translated as the same way it is already. So try to say have they arrived yet? Yeah. Yeah. Yes, they've already arrived. See John gaggabda. See. Have they finished yet? Have you done it yet? Yellow. Yellow section. Have you spoken to Jessica yet? Jascha Blotto, can Jessica? Yes. Hablar con Jessica. Now bearing in mind that this is a negative sentence, how would you say no, I haven't spoken to her yet. Not I wouldn't know. 15. Tener cuidado: Here's the table for the high-frequency verb to have. As usual, make sure you've mastered these forms by testing yourself before moving on. To be lucky, as we learned in level 2 is then they're fuerte to have luck than they are. They need sweat. In order to say, I was very lucky. We'd actually say I had a lot of luck. So how do you think we would say that I was very lucky? Do we do have a mutex weight? Now tried to say they've been very lucky. I haven't been very lucky with money. In other words, I haven't had much luck with money. They need a MOOC as well. In order to say, I was lucky to do something, I was lucky to find something lucky to meet somebody, then they're sweaty day. So try to say I was lucky to find this job. Do with fuerte, then contract a state Roboto. Do eventuated in contact is the tobacco. We were lucky to find this house. Do we? Do we must write it in continuous Picasa. And how about they've been lucky this year. And then needle swiftly as they are new. They need a sweat test, Daniel. But they haven't been as lucky as us know, antenatal common nosotros. Nosotros. I'm sure you all remember that. To feel like doing something is dynamic. Ghana's dinner, Ghana's day, then adding a nice day. So what would the Spanish before? I don't feel like playing tennis. Tennis. Tennis. I don't feel like studying. Not then we're gonna nothing will manage this to the atom. You'll feel like it tomorrow. It doesn't need translating, just leave it out. You'll feel like it tomorrow. Then the rest Ghana's Ghana's manana. I'll feel like doing something else tomorrow. I feel like spending a week in my yoga. Yoga. Then we'll run as they pass, had to be careful. They had to have the net equivalent. Using the imperative form of, could you say, be careful? Think we now can you say be careful with the cat? I think we gotta be careful with what you say. Yes. You have to be careful with DNS. Get an adequate shadow. To be hungry or thirsty, as you remember is you will be hungry later. Drink water. If you're thirsty. Babies. Come with me. Then don't come. If you don't feel like it. I'll give it to you if you come tomorrow. Cbn. Cbn is manana. I didn't come because I didn't want to VNet. They won't come. They won't come if you don't call them. Levin dancing all osteomas come to tell you that I'm leaving. 16. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. What I'm going to go for life. 17. Ser, Estar: As you all know, Spanish has two verbs that corresponds to the verb to be said. And this data set is used to talk about permanent or lasting attributes. It may help to think of the acronym doctor, which stands for descriptions, occupations, characteristics, time, origin, and relationship. A start, on the other hand, is generally used for temporary states and locations. And a good way to remember when to use S star is the following rhyme for how you feel and where you are. Always use the verb estar. We can also use the acronym place, position, location, action, condition, and emotion. All these users will be comprehensively covered in the remaining levels of L methadone. But let's now return to sehr. Sehr to identify people. We can say this is a description that d of doctor. So how would we say I am Paola? Power Law. Say Paola. Now say, look, it's Jessica meter. Is Jessica. Jessica. She's a student. She's Spanish. Espanol espanol law. She's very none is. Jessica and I are friends. Jessica. Jessica Jessica and Paola from my Yorker. Jessie. Jessie chi Paula sunday, monday Orca. Meaning as well, too, is Gambian, tambien. So using the verb to think or to believe, how would we say, I think that Paola is a student to tambien. The power lies is to the anti tambien. Who is Peter? Dennis be there. He's Jessica's father. Isn't bothering the Jessica. Jessica. Where are you from? I'm from extremely, extremely Laura. I'm from experimental red to show you the extrema dura tambien. Say the experimental data mean switching verbs to establish, how would we say, I'm at home? I'm in my Yorker story and my orca, Estonian, my job. I mean my Yorker, but I'm from Barcelona. A story and my story and my fellow now. I spent a few weeks in Barcelona. Mannose in Barcelona. How long were you in my Yorker? My orca, quantity and post-tests in my yard. I'll be here until Tuesday. And now, how would we say I'm tired? A stoic, a straight Gonzaga. I'm tied to a stoic. Tambien, a steak, and Santa tambien were very relaxed. Estamos movie ten kilos. They aren't busy, they're not busy. Nice panel compilers. Who's ready? 18. Triste, Ser bueno en algo: Let's start with some 12 with the question, how are you today? The adjective sad in Spanish is three states. Remember that adjectives like this ending in an E don't have separate masculine and feminine forms. Three-step would apply to a man or a woman. I'm a little sad story of Tristan. And how are your children? E-commerce tend to see hose. And you remember how to say the coffee is hot? Coffee. Cafe stuck on a cold day with us. Last fed with us is referring to a dog, referring to the characteristics of the dog, the dogs nature through like the permanent attribute. How would you say your dog is bad? Mallow. To Pedro is Milo. And what about David is a good person? David una persona, diabetes una persona. And what about simply, David is good. David is, David is Bueno. To say someone's good at something, we use little word n, said Bueno. Bueno and Alibaba. Setup window. And I will try to say diabetes, good at languages. Diabetes is diabetes when I need your math. Now say Jessica's good at English. Jessica. In English. Jessica is when an endless. And I'll say David is bad in the sense of being a bad person. David is bad. Diabetes. Diabetes is Milo. Should we want to say David is sick in Spanish, we could use the word bad. David is bad, meaning he's sick. But in this case, we'd use the verb stat instead of sad. So just say that David is sick. David is tomorrow than me the stomach. Now logically the way to say he's well as in not sick, would be estab Bueno. Unfortunately, this would imply that the person is extremely attractive. You may say colloquially heart or fit gorgeous in a physical way. So to say, I'm well, do make sure you use bn instead of Bueno. Try to avoid this trap which often causes hilarity amongst the natives. How then will we say, I'm well a Stabian? What about Jessica? Jessica? Jessica. And I'm trying to say cosmos is gorgeous, are extremely attractive. Bueno. Bueno. Daniela is really hot. Daniela. And I'll say she's good, as in a virtuous, bright person. Winner is going up. Daniella is hot, and she's a good person to. Daniela is Taboola. Una persona tambien. Una persona tambien means happy. Fairly early. As we've just seen the choice of sad or a star with an adjective, it gives different implications. If we say Jessica is, the implication is that she's a happy person by nature. Yet if we use a staff elite, this implies that she's happy at the moment. That's her present state or condition. However, we say, Jessica is happy in the sense of being a happy person, just as happy. Jessica. Jessica is valley. But today she's a little sad. Tristan? Tristan. Normally just because happy. But today she said Jessica. Jessica Israelis. Normally Peter is calm. But this week he's very busy. Now my main Pete is happy because Jessica's coming. Data stuff. Elif. Now I'd like you to ask the question, where are you from addressing to people in an informal manner? They don't they? So we from Burgos. Most of the water was. Where's Burgos? In Spain? Hispania is tiny Spaniards. Is it near here? 19. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. Go for that. 20. En este momento, Aburrido: Lesson 13 starts with the statement. This lesson is boring. Example are either is telling the ensemble. Just as we explained previously, the choice of sad or estar can affect the meaning of an adjective. With the adjective a burrito. If we use said, the meaning in English is boring. Yet if we use a status, we've just seen its board. So now I'm trying to say, I'm bored because this course is too easy. A story. I will read. Borges, the crucial is Damasio shadow graphene. Estonia would read uppercase. The cursor is the mosquito. And now say, we're bored because Peter is a boring teacher. Is Thomas. Readers per capita. Assume professor a burrito. Now most are born leaders per capita. Soda or reader. Learn another language if you don't like Spanish. Aprendi outro video, my synoptic Gustaf. Expand your app for a neutral neon maxi know taboos, tennis, binary. Do something else if you're bored. I thought there are coarser CS. Does our burrito and autocracies Justice Alito. Today, Jessica is happier than yesterday. Oh, Jessica is Thomas Valley. Jessica is Thomas Phillips. Now using the long composed progressive form, could you say, I'm learning a lot? Story, I print the Endo mucho, mucho. I'm learning a lot of words. Pylorus. Pylorus. I'm having a lot of problems with my Spanish. A storytelling in no mood. Truss problem has come near spaniel state than in the MOOCers problem asking me espanol me to or as it said in Spanish, i2. And yo tambien. Yet doesn't mean you are not having as many problems as me. Noise, Justinian not cantos problem as Camacho. Nice destiny endodontic problems, Camacho. I'm not having much luck. No stoic Damien, not just whether the noise don't sweat it there. The expression at the moment is in the moment or in this moment in history, momentum. Momentum. So try to say at the moment, I'm a little sad. And it's the momentum. A stone poker three, stay in a stem, Momento sodium pocket, restate. I'm not being very lucky at the moment. Nostoi square take the momentum. Now Steinian know motifs where tennis the momentum. Again using the long composed form. Could you ask the question? Um, I wasting my time at the moment. A story parody endometrium point is demo window is 3 billion. No medium point is the momentum. Are you asking me a question? I can help you, but you'll have to do what I say. I locate ego. By now you that they're better than Nescafe. He's listening to Spanish every day at the moment. A stye school, gender, expand your Galatea in St. momentum is Task2 Channels Panel gala VNS. The momentum. Who you cooling again is thus Yamamoto. Now talking about your plans, that's to say the future. Would you say were spending a week in Minorca? Semana in Minorca? As Sam was honestly a man and Minorca. And what if you were actually very Minorca? And you wanted to say the same thing, we're spending a week and Minorca. A stamp in Minorca is Thomas person known as a man and Minorca. Whereas Minorca done this time in Orca, done this terminal. It's next to my York and New York. 21. Conocer: Now let's turn our attention to important verb. To go highly irregular. As you can see, yet, one of those high-frequency verbs that it's crucial to use correctly with agility and spontaneity if you want to get anywhere with a language. So let's practice together repeating after me. Gather the young boy, a year 80 and Yana Gedaliah bus. A year. Foolish stay. As Ido. Manana Eros. Galleria. Our year for me. Yeah, I Edo era. Galilean nosotros vamos. A year if we mush a mosquito, manana, a Ramos, cavalier bias. Yet we stays. Have AC though. Manana erase a young man a year for on job on either manana, Iran. So I'd like you to say I'm going to the Beach Boys la plaza. We don't go to the beach as much as Jessica. Jessica. Jessica. We're going to ask Peter a question. And now to the past, how did we say we when? We went to a year or two ago, we went to see it with them. We didn't go because David is sick. Now for the most part. She's gone to the supermarket. Ego and super Mercado. Why she gone without me. Notice the future. I will go I'll never go. Who will go if you don't go? Key Anita, C2 Novus. The need our C2 novice. They won't go if they didn't feel like it. C naught DNN Ghana's night and C naught DNN Ghana's. I didn't go because I didn't want to know if we input Kino Kesey. Now if we put Canuck easy. Last week he went twice. La semana possible for kiddos with this lesson, my napa for those they face. Now you remember the verb to know is how did we say? I don't know. I don't know why she left. Now say progressive way. She knows perfectly well why she left. In Spanish, the word well is not necessary. Just leave it out. She knows perfectly well why she left. Savvy perfect. Come into uppercase a for some a perfect diamond tip or Safeway. Now Spanish actually has two verbs meaning to know. We have surveyed and another verb, northeast, corner there. Corner. Some error is used to talk about facts or information, as well as learned skills or abilities. For example, I know where it is, I know how to do it. I know how to speak Spanish is used to express acquaintance with something or someone. For example, I know Mary, I know a good restaurant. The only irregularity in the present tense is this. First-person cannot do conifers, alkalotic, nosotros, kinda famous vosotros cannot face your Jonathan. So to say, you know, somebody, we're expressing acquaintance. So we use the verb not Psi Beta. So how would you say, Do you know Jessica? Cannot this R Jessica. Jessica. Of course, she's the teacher's daughter. Cloud on a slide. Del professor. Krl is like huddled professor. Do you know Carlos? Carlos. Carlos? No, I don't know him. No. Non-local North gone. Not nano going African. Who do you know? Archean cannot fish. Again going northeast. And more Spanish way of saying Have you been to Salamanca? Would be do you know Salamanca. So would you ask that do you know Salamanca? Going northeast? Salamanca. Chernoff face Salamanca. No, we don't know it yet. No. No. No. No. On a famous Do you know the small hotel near the beach? I don't know anybody. No. No, Can not Canadian. I know that lady. Cannot go. Neuron. Cannot guys are saying you're done. I know how to go tambien. Ya cannot go, Tammy, and I know that gentleman very well. I cannot come. How long have you known him? Quanto tempo, I think this quantity empathic a local office. How long have you known your friend? Had to amigo quantity imply fake econ officer to amigo. Do you know where it is? 22. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. Go for that. 23. Conocer (to meet): The sperm only presents one irregularity in the present tense, gone off go. Kano theory and Spanish also means to meet. That's to say to meet for the first, not when we meet or run into somebody we already know, but to meet someone for the first time when you become acquainted with someone and you might say, Nice to meet you. So try to say, I met Carlos in Alicante, Karnofsky, our Carlos in Alicante. Gonna Thea Carlos in Alicante. And how would you say I met Carlos after Teresa? Carlos. Carlos dispose the Teresa. Omit them five-years ago. Cinco anos. I've already met many people here. Gi Yeah. Jackie. I don't feel like meeting new people at the moment. Nothing Gauguin as the momentum. Nothing Theta minus the momentum. And I was someone who did you meet? A key? Again, go northeast then first we met Pablo, Then we met his parents address. But he made are going to Themis Babylon. Padres. I will meet somebody. I will never meet someone like you. Pneumococcal comma two. Comma two. And I'm instruct someone, send her a message. Mandela, Center a message to know if she wants to meet you. Mandela. Mandelian mean socket, but online referring to the Internet online is in linear. And linear. I don't like meeting people online. In linear. No matter who stuck on linear, I think it's easier to meet people like that. See him Deci, I'm not interested in meeting women online. Linear Linear degree noise. Noise to the equator though. You never agree with me? Lucas does. The new guy started. I'll send a message Monday. Monday. I'll send her a message of Sandra message. I'll send a message to that woman. I mean South. Yeah. I'll send it to her tomorrow. How would you say I'm interested in knowing that really interests me to know? That is us how bad? I'm interested to know if she wants to meet me. Remember the regular reflexive verb to stay safe. I'm staying here. I'm staying here until next week. Tell us a monarchy DNA. They'll stay here a few more days. Sick either anarchy, mass, mass. 24. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. Go for that. 25. Preocuparse: The verb to worry in Spanish is also reflexive. But perhaps the most common usage of this verb is when we say, don't worry, what's the Spanish for that? Don't worry. Not the prey cowpeas. Now, I'm not worrying. No. Coupon. Coupon to say to worry about is broken. Then could you say, I worry about money? Poor LD narrow. I'm worrying about Jessica. Jessica. Jessica. And I'm worrying about something else too. Tambien. As we learned early on in the beginner's courses, to get up is. So now oldest someone get up. In the event that I got up at six o'clock. Miliband, elastase. Millay Mandela says, no, then the verbs command. And tomorrow, to eat, to drink, and to have something to drink are also used reflexively at times, whenever we state how much of something we eat or drink, when we quantify the amount, we must use reflexive pronouns before the verb. So here's an example. Como Carney means I eat meat. If we wanted to express how much mate, for example, plateau, a dish, we would have to use the reflexive pronoun. May call me whom plateau, the Carney. If it was two, it will be the same. Make Comey dose plateaus, the Carney. Whenever we specify how much of something, whether it be 12 or more, we must use the verb and the reflexive form. Another example, Cm Perry Como fruit. I always eat fruit. May Camino una Montana. Today, I've eaten an apple, for example. Bible Cafe. We could also say Caledonia tomar cafe. Every day I have coffee, every day, I every day I drink coffee or every day I have coffee. However, specifying one or two, we would say, boy at tomar cafe. If we wanted to say today, I've eaten pizza without specifying how much. We'd simply say, Oh, a Camino pizza. Specifying how much dose pizzas. I had a coffee, caffeine, coffee. I got up and had a coffee cafe. The cafe. We had a glass of wine. No stoma. Stoma. She drank a bottle of beer. Cbo. Say maybe ONE about P had a sandwich. Now in a general sense, I drink beer, but I don't drink wine. Vino. They both innovates. Happy. Don't know bible vino. I've had to Coca Cola's Tomato dose, Coca Cola's, made domino dose, Coca Cola's. I'm going to drink coffee. Coffee. Coffee. I'm going to drink a coffee. Now, can you come on someone eat? Eat it. Comment below. Don't need it. Don't drink it. I've already drunk it. Jamendo baby doll. She's already eaten it. 26. Querer (to love): To start less than 17, I'd like you to say I met Carlos in Alicante via catalog in Alicante, but not via Canvas in Alicante. If you wanted to say, we met in Alicante, would use the reflexive form of the verb. So try to say, we met all, we met each other in Alicante. In Alicante. They met last year. They met each other last year. Melania pasado. Second, Athena, and Poseidon. Now, could you ask to friends? Where did you meet? Done the Northeast days. These days. We help each other. Are you damage? We see each other. We normally see each other at around seven o'clock. Maintainers memos. They normally see each other on Tuesday. Non-man mintues, even in Marty's, they looked at one another or each other. They looked at one another. Semi Dannon. Now to want in Spanish, as you know, is curiously the same verb is used to express love in Spanish, to love someone is to want them. How would a Spaniard say, I love you? Do you love me? Mickey? It is. Yes, I love you too. Take care of tambien. Si again at Ambien. We can also say see your tambien to see, yeah. Do you love each other? Or upscale ace? We know each other. We met last year, el ano pasado. Ano pasado. We met a year ago. A famous film 90. We met online in Linear. Linear. I've known her for a year ago. I think. Kayla cannot go. We've known each other for a year. Most famous. We've loved each other for a long time. The input Gino's get demos. We've seen each other for weeks. Memos. At this a minus Gino's be most. I'd been drinking wine for years. I Fannius Cabibbo vino. How long have you been watching each other? Quantity amplification me dice. 27. Este/Esta, Menos que: Welcome back. Syphilis. In 18, we're going to review and extend our knowledge of the demonstrative adjectives. That is to say this, that these and those. So the way to say this or that is ISD and AC. These are used to indicate masculine nouns. Sd is for nouns close to the speaker and essay for one's further away out of reach. Examples. The chico, this boy and SA cocci, that car. Isda and ESA also mean this and that, but they used to indicate feminine nouns. Stis, finance close to the speaker, and ESA for one's further away. S Dambisa, this table, S, I'm O'Hare. That woman. How do you think we would say, I want this car? Here? Do is take cocci? Yeah. Do is take cocci. I don't want no. I like this house. Casa. I don't like bad house. Normally, USTA, a sack, ASA. Asa. Now for the plural form, these and those we use a star, a star ss, so a store, and are used to indicate masculine plural nouns. S dose is pronounced closer to the speaker and a source, but one's further away. Ich das hombres, these men, Rosh coaches, those cars. Now S and S us, are used to indicate feminine plural nouns. Establishes for nouns close to the speaker, and SAS for one's further away. S does causes these houses a SaaS basis. Those tables tried to say, I don't like those houses. Normally go Stan ASS gases. Gases. What about I don't like these cars. Coaches. Coaches? I don't like those cars. I don't know that person. No. Sooner. Shall we buy these books? Dose? Should we buy these books or those courses, online? Courses in linear compromises to leave those courses in India. Now the way to say this one. Is a step. And the way to say that one is AC. And now referring to a car, how would we say, I don't like this one, but I like that one. Nami Houston ISD, USTA, AC know me better. Mongoose dicey. I'm not interested in this one, but I'm interested in that one. Nami and Teresa. Teresa ESA know maintain a size that the domain data size. I like to your first idea more than this one. Maybe we'll stop pre-made idea down via mass case that nobody wants this one. Is Nadia. Everyone wants that one. We could also say, now come on, someone, give me that one. Referring to something masculine. Give me that one. Now my essay. Don't send me that one referring to something feminine. Mandate esa. This one isn't like bad one, and both of these will be masculine. The noise Como AC is the nice calm racing. I know this one, but I've never seen that one. Cannot stay better. No. Ncaa AC connect glaze the Beta. Isa. Now referring to something feminine, tried to say, I've often seen that one online. In linear anemia. Who put that one there? I, II, III. I've already done this one. Is there be careful with that one? Didn't we do this one last night? Noisy Moses Daniel tried to do that one tomorrow. Then that made AC manana. Shall we do this one or that 1 first? Bremer 0. 0 is simply nato. Eat that one, not this one. Committee, esa, noise. 28. Time Trial : Hi. Okay. What I'm going to go for life. 29. Esto/Eso: Okay, Welcome back to Lesson 19. Don't worry. No, I never worry. Can you lend me this one? With this? With this please tell me stay. No, I'm sorry. But I can lend you this one until tomorrow. Sd or stamina. Know, Lucien, though, they ask questions such as what's this or who's is that statements such as that's a house. We're effectively saying that thing. That thing is a house. In these cases, Spanish uses the neutral form, SDO and ISO. So what? This is KSS door, regardless of whether the item is masculine or feminine. Likewise, whose is that would be Daikin es, eso es, or the neutral form. And that's a house would be S0, S1 at Casa, avoiding the feminine form because we're really saying that thing. That thing over there is a house. So bearing that in mind, what would the Spanish before? Don't worry about that. In other words, don't worry about bad thing. No. Okay. How about I never worry about that? Now the question, what's this? What's that? You say? So this is a book. This is a table. A tsunami. The tsunami sounds good. And I hope you didn't fall into the trap of saying That's a chat? A soon as C yeah. That's not true. A shot noise. So noise better than that. I don't agree with that. No, it's a nice day. The acquainted lacunae, so I wonder is, may I ask myself, memory window, I wonder. I wonder if she has seen this one. This one is the CME. I wonder if that's a house or hotel. Eso es Una casa. I wonder if he will lend it to me. Nobody wants to see me do this one. Ifsp. Don't do that one. No, I guess do this one, but don't do that one. I don't know how gosh, AC at their state in a non guy says, Hey, listen to this 1 first, then do that one. A scoop shop is AC. It's good. Test the pre-made our Lego. I open this one before closing that one using the vosotros form. Our brief essay. They anticipate an essay. I normally do this online. In other words, I normally do this thing online. Normal Min De ago in linear. Linear. I'm doing this lesson on my phone. And me telefono. Angle is telling me telefono. I did that lesson on the computer. Union in order to another. 30. Chico, Inteligente: Good Ido alone. No dear students with trismus filleted others, many congratulations for reaching the final lesson of level three. Intermediate in level 4 will be completing our mastery of all these pesky verb forms, as well as diving into the tricky subjunctive mood. So upon completion of this 20th lesson, to join us again for level 4, to continue your progress with their metal. Again, more cheesy must. In fact, you're now one of the minute minority of all the students started this journey, over 99 percent would have fallen by the wayside by now. So all our respect for your persistence and tenacity. Now the Spanish for a boy is on Chico and a girl who now chicken tikka. This term refers to people between the ages of about 10 and early adulthood. Any younger than 10, we normally say Nino or una anemia. So tried to say he's a small boy is from Chico pick annual. She's a small girl is from a Chicka, Kenya. So I'm sure you wouldn't have needed reminding that to change the masculine singular form of an adjective to match a feminine noun, we replace the OH ending with an a, country Negro, una casa. That's a small car. Sos SOS1 called Tippecanoe. She's a small woman. As soon as a tsunami, pick ganglia. Now try saying that house is too small for you. Casa de ISACA is the masida picking up piloting. Now adjectives ending in e don't change according to their gender. So it's barely, as well as una Mesa to please say a big house. And now a big con, a hot coffee, coffee cafe. The word for intelligent is simply intelligentsia. In Delhi, Hindi. She's an intelligent girl. Una Chicka, intelligentsia, a zoonotic and delicate. That boy is very intelligent to. She is when television ti tambien acetyl-CoA is more intelligent. Damien, who was more intelligent. Cuteness, Maxine, telephone, DNAs mass in Delhi, Hindi. My house is the green one. Mi casa, mi casa. Now most adjectives that end in a consonant don't change according to the agenda. Therefore. And how therefore would you say a young boy? Chico Harbin. When a young woman in a blue chair. And plural adjectives take an S or an ES is if they end in a consonant plus CS. Classes, run this through less. So how would we say the small boys begin your Chico speaking? Yes. The small girls? Again, yes. Yes. Yes. The Intelligent boys in Delhi thin this stuff goes in Pelican, this the intelligent girls. Last cheek, us intelligence think, yes, tickers IntelliJ can test. What about the green bottles? Last? Better? This is better. This the green chairs. Yeah, I see. Yes. Bitterness. The young men. You have some curviness. Okay. How about he's a good boy? When Chico assume when? He often has bad ideas. Cds. Cds. She has a very important job, or in Spanish, she has a job very important. Muy importante him. Now try saying Spanish is a very important language. By newly assuming the AMA muy importante es muy importante. All the Spanish girls are very nice. Lesson. Acing particles. All American cars are expensive. Coaches Americanos. She ghettos. And how about I don't like some Spanish wines. And finally, on this level, don't say anything to my little sister. I'm here at Amarna monopoly, Kenya.