Practice in Spanish – Spanish conjugation
Another Practice in Spanish lesson. In this class lets review Spanish conjugation tenses. I will choose a couple of simple sentences, and we will be converting the to different Spanish conjugation tenses. Also, notice how simple it is to switch from an affirmative to a negative sentence, and vice-versa.
I will be asking question to the camera, and giving you a few seconds to think the right answer by yourselves. I recommend that you PAUSE the video in order to take your take to think the right answer. But in the end that is up to you.
Practice in Spanish – Examples with different Spanish conjugation tenses
- PREENTE SIMLE AFIRMATIVO:
Tengo hambre. Quiero comer. – I am hungry. I want to eat.
- PRESENTE SIMPLE NEGATIVO:
No tengo hambre. No quiero comer. – I am not hungry. I don’t wan to eat.
- PASADO SIMPLE:
Tuve hambre. Quise comer. – I was hungry. I wanted to eat.
- FUTURO SIMPLE:
Tendré hambre. Querré comer. – I will be hungry. I will want to eat.
- PRETÉRITO PERFECTO:
He tenido hambre. He querido comer. – I have been hungry. I have wanted to eat.
- PRESENTE CONTINUADO:
Estoy teniendo hambre. Estoy queriendo comer. – I am feeling hungry. I am wanting to eat.
- FUTURO CONTINUADO:
Estaré teniendo hambre. Estaré queriendo comer. – I will be feeling hungry. I will be wanting to eat.
- PRETÉRITO IMPERFECTO:
Tenía hambre. Quería comer. – I was feeling hungry. I was wanting to eat.
Pay attention to my pronunciation in the video-lesson. I recommend trying to repeat words and phrases in a low voice, in order to practice pronunciation and to get familiar with Spanish words. Reading without pronouncing is not enough.
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