In this video class you will learn how to use the Spanish past tense “pretérito imperfecto del indicative” with the verb “viajar” (travel). You will learn about this tense and how it is used to talk about our life experiences in the past. Form the “pretérito imperfecto del indicativo” using the Spanish verb “haber + past participle”. Watch the following video and practice the conjugation using the verb “viajar” (travel). Listen and repeat after our Spanish teachers.
A2 Free Spanish Class 9
Learn how to apply the following structure “¿alguna vez + haber + participio del pasado?” in order to ask the frequency a person has done an action in the past. Understand how to respond to the question using the following adverbs of frequency: “muchas veces” (many times), “alguna vez” (sometimes), “dos veces” (twice) and “nunca” (never). How many times has our Spanish teacher visited Bilbao? Watch the video to find out.
Watch the video of our Spanish teachers talking about going on holiday to Mexico. Listen to how they apply the question form “¿Alguna vez has…?” (Have you ever…?) and how they respond using the pretérito imperfecto del indicativo.
Listen to the conversation between our Spanish teachers talking about their travel experiences using the “pretérito imperfecto del indicativo”. Has our teacher Noe ever eaten insects?
In this video class you will listen to a conversation between our native Spanish teacher Noe and Laura talking about traveling to the USA. Has Laura ever gone out to party in New York? Watch the video to find out.
New it's your turn to practice applying the structures learnt in this class.