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02 También & Tampoco

¡Hola! In this video lesson, we’re going to be going over some affirmative and negative expressions.  The expressions we will cover in these videos are también (also, too) and tampoco (neither).

Explanation:

Practice 1:

Practice 2:

Let me know if you have any questions or comments below!

Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):

  • bañarse – to take a bath
    • me baño – I take a bath
  • comer – to eat
    • comió – s/he ate
  • conducir – to drive
  • creer – to believe
    • creemos – we believe
  • despertarse – to wake up
    • se despiertan – they wake up
  • estar – to be
    • estuvo – s/he was
  • fascinar – to fascinate
    • le fascina – s/he is fascinated by…
  • gustar – to be pleasing
    • le gusta – s/he likes
  • hablar – to talk / to speak
  • hacer – to do / to make
    • hace calor – it’s hot
  • ir – to go
    • fueron – they went
  • leer – to read
    • leemos – we read
  • llamar – to call
    • se llama – he/she calls himself/herself
  • nadar – to swim
  • poder – to be able
    • puede – s/he can
    • puedo – I can
  • querer – to want / to love
    • quiere – s/he wants / s/he loves
  • saber – to know
    • sabe – s/he knows
  • ser – to be
    • es – s/he is
  • tener – to have
    • tiene – s/he has
  • trabajar – to work
    • trabaja – s/he works
  • ver – to see
  • vivir – to live
  • vive – s/he lives
  • viven – they live

sustantivos (nouns):

  • el año – the year
  • el cine – the movie theater
  • el cumpleaños – the birthday
  • el gato – the cat
  • el papá – the dad
  • el pelo – the hair
  • la mamá – the mom
  • la mitología – mythology
  • la televisión – the television
  • la universidad – the university / college
  • los chicos – the boys
  • los extraterrestres – the aliens
  • los idiomas – the languages
  • los libros – the books
  • una caja – a box
  • una casa – a house
  • una isla – an island
  • una novia – a girlfriend
  • una tortuga – a turtle
  • una vez – a time
  • un elefante – an elephant
  • un estudiante – a student
  • un hijo – a kid / a son
  • un pedazo – a piece
  • un restaurante – a restaurant

otro (other):

  • a – to
  • cada – each
  • canoso – grey (for hair)
  • cuatro – four
  • de – of
  • dos – two
  • donde – where
  • en – in / at / on
  • enfermo / enferma – sick
  • joven – young
  • me – to me
  • mi(s) – my
  • no – no
  • nórdico / nórdica – Norse
  • siete – seven
  • temprano – early
  • que – that
  • viejo / vieja – old
  • ya – already

Related videos:

  1. Algo & Nada
  2. Alguien & Nadie
  3. Siempre, Nunca & Jamás
  4. Algún & Ningún
  5. Y, O & Ni
  6. Affirmative & Negative Expressions Test #1
  7. Affirmative & Negative Expressions Test #2
  8. Forming Double, Triple & Quadruple Negatives in Spanish

One Response

  1. Hola Sr. Jordan,

    Firstly thank you very much for the wonderful videos – please don’t stop. They are really helpful.

    I wanted to ask you some question about the por vs para video please. I tried to apply them to the following questions:

    (1.) ……………..llegar alli, tienes que cojer el metro.

    (2.) ?Has pasado……….. la panaderia…………… comprar el pan?

    I got confused with the first one – not sure whether it’s “reason/cause of action” i.e. ‘in order to (por) arrive here… or whether it’s a “purpose or a goal” therefore ‘para’.

    And for the second one, the first half of the question definitely requires ‘para’ (i.e. in the direction of) but the second half, I thought ‘por’ because the bread is an object of search?

    What do you think please?

    Keep up the great work Sr. Jordan.

    Margaret

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