Compilation: Spanish online lessons 1 – 5


Spanish online lessons 1 – 5: 2 hs. video


Realizing that our Spanish online lessons are scattered among so many different videos, I thought I would be easier to have some compilations of lessons. So, this one will be the first of a series of compiled videos. Here we will begin by learning the Spanish alphabet and it’s pronunciation; some Spanish phonetics; some basic vocabulary and simple useful phrases, and then we’ll also focus on some Spanish grammar: We will learn which are the most important Spanish verbs.

This video contains the following Spanish online lessons:

  • Lesson 1: The Spanish alphabet and it’s pronunciation
  • Lesson 2: Spanish subject pronouns and the four main Spanish verbs: SER ESTAR HABER TENER – (Videos 1 & 2)
  • Lesson 3: Spanish phonetics (all videos 1 through 5)
  • Lesson 4: The two most important Spanish verbs: verb SER and verb ESTAR (Videos 1 & 2)
  • Lesson 5: Basic Spanish vocabulary and essencial phrases (Videos 1 & 2)

Don’t forget to comment or ask if you have any questions. I try not to leave any questions or doubts unanswered.

Also, I recommend all my students that follow my online courses to do the exams that I upload to my website. The topics of this lesson (Spanish online lessons 1 – 5) are included in Spanish Quiz Nbr. 1 (lessons 1 – 5).

You can find a full list of all the video lessons by clicking on the List of Lessons tab on the Main Menu.

To enlarge the video-screen to full-screen size, click on the icon on the lower right corner of the video.

You can download the Notes from Spanish lessons 1 – 5 by clicking here.

Good luck!


    • Hello Mike. The same lessons that I have uploaded on YouTube are the ones that I have linked to my website. If you are on my website you will have access to the index and have an overview of all the topics, and also of the class-notes. On the other hand, if you watch them on YouTube, it’s easier to comment there. And I always try to reply all comments and questions within a day. 99% of my students message me through YouTube, and that’s why I prioritize it. However, sometimes it takes me a few days to reply the messages on my blog.

  1. Hi Rodrigo,

    I have been searching the internet for ages to find Spanish lessons that are not just parrot fashion phrases or just holiday phrases.
    Your lessons look ideal for me. However how do you suggest I follow the lessons. Would it be better to do 1 – 6 over and over again until they sink in or progress through all of them slowly.
    Great content though – Thanks

    • Hello Pete. Thanks for your kind feedback, and sorry for the late reply. I have just returned from a one month long trip to Asia, and I’m catching-up with old emails. I thought I had replied earlier, but I’m not really sure. I’m glad to know that you like the course. You just need to be a little bit patient with the first videos, because the video-quality is not very good. But later you will realize that the more recent ones are much better.

      As for the best way to follow my Spanish online lessons, maybe you don’t need to repeat each lesson so many times. It can get a bit boring like that, and I already repeat things a lot just to help in sink in. But I do greatly recommend you to do each Spanish quiz as soon as you finish studying its corresponding video. These quizzes are well designed to help understanding each topic and make it sink in. Good luck!

  2. hello again…

    on the notes on lecture 4 there are mistakes at the conjugation of estar..

    vosotros written there estis
    ellos written there son..

    thank you again

  3. hola y gracias..
    thank you..
    just started watching it..

    kudos for the work you put..
    and greetings from TLV.

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