This first lesson permits you to have your first contact with the Spanish language. If you master reading literature at this level you will be able to greet others, communicate about daily activities, and describe places and people with ease. In short, you will be able to communicate in the present tense.
The content of the exercises will help you to expand your vocabulary and help you begin to read written material. Also in regard to the composition you will be able to write short paragraphs with meaning.
1.1 Phrases to meet people
1.2 Introductory Dialogue
2.1 Simple tense present of the indicative
2.2 Uses of the present
2.3 Regular verbs
2.4 Simple Preterit of indicative
3.1The imperfect tense of indicative
4.1 Preterit and imperfect grammatical analysis
5.1 The simple future of indicative
5.2 When to use the future tense
6.1 The simple conditional of indicative
6.2 Conditional simple is used
7.1 The Gerund
7.3 Irregular verbs.
8.1 Prepositions for beginners
9.1 The adverb.
9.2 Adverb exercises
10.1 Direct and Indirect objects
Before coming to CELAS MAYA, I already completed two to three years of Spanish at a local community college, including one class in conversational Spanish. However, after learning all the grammar and vocabularies taught in the classroom, I still could not speak the language with any level of confidence. At that point, I decided to try online classes and see if it would be more effective.