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Live Spanish Meeting. Conditional sentences
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Live Spanish Meeting. Expressing feelings
Meet us next 18th July/2010! We'll be talking about Spanish expressions used to express feelings. And in case you have any question about this, we'll help you. Talk to you soon!

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Negation - How to build negative sentences in Spanish.
Now that you know the basics on affirmative sentences, let´s go farther. Spanish negative sentences are not difficult to learn; there are just some rules we must follow.

No-Work Spanish, a review.
No-Work Spanish, listen to Spanish and learn.

Noche de Paz... Silent Night...
While I´m listening to this Christmas carol ("villancico", in Spanish), so popular also in Spain...

Numbers in Spanish.
Numbers are everywhere... Why don´t we learn today how to express quantities in Spanish?

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Placement of Direct and Indirect Object pronouns.
Where to place them when there are infinitives, gerunds or command forms, in the sentence?

POR or PARA?
This is a very common question among Spanish students: when to use "por" or "para" as, in English, both can be translated as "for".

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