Rolling R’s 100 – Las Herramientas

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In this installment of Rolling R’s, Larry Keim reviews several Spanish vocabulary words associated with tools and jobs around the house. He also provides good practice sentences to help you put the vocabulary to work.

This episode is free for anyone to watch.

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Rolling R’s 90 – Get Started with Spanish Part 2

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You might have noticed that, here at Rolling R’s, we’ve been circling back to cover some basic Spanish concepts for the people who are just discovering our site. We’re trying to make sure there’s free content available for beginners and intermediate Spanish learners alike.

On that note, this week’s episode is a continuation of the previous free episode. Larry does more with subject pronouns and starts changing verbs to fit the subjects. He reviews AR, ER, and IR verbs.

If you’re new to Spanish, this episode will help you learn some fundamentals.

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Rolling R’s 88 – Get Started with Spanish – Subject Pronouns

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This episode of Rolling R’s is for the Spanish beginner (If you’ve been watching Rolling R’s for a while, this will be a nice review for you).

In this video, Larry covers one of the most important and foundational concepts for communicating effectively in Spanish. Action words (verbs) are at the essence of communicating in any language, and the template that you see in this video will help you get started with using Spanish action words. Some people call this a conjugation table, but just think of it as a tool to help you build Spanish sentences in a simple way.

Larry begins by showing the different Spanish subject pronouns. These set up who or what is doing the action. Here they are:

Yo = I Nosotros = We
Tú = You Vosotros = You all
Usted = You (formal)
Él = He
Ella = She
Ustedes = You all
Ellos = They (masculine)
Ellas = They (femanine)

In the video, Larry reviews the concept of “formal” and “informal” ways of talking in Spanish, and he also touches on gender. Overall, this Spanish lesson video will provide a solid start to learning the language.

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Rolling R’s 84 – The Subjunctive

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In this installment of Rolling R’s, Larry begins covering the Spanish subjunctive. Don’t worry if it’s not 100% clear right now. The next couple episodes will continue on the subjunctive as well.

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Rolling R’s 02 – AR Verbs

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In this lesson, Larry Keim discusses AR verbs and uses the verb “pagar”, to pay, as an example.

By the way, thanks for all the feedback over the last couple days. We’re thrilled to hear how much you like the show!

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Rolling Rs 01 – Subject Pronouns

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This is the first episode of Rolling R’s. As you will see, the purpose of Rolling R’s is to help you learn Spanish by providing brief lessons on specific topics.

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Update: This episode is a great example of what the early shows are like. They start with fundamentals and build on basics, becoming more advanced as you progress through the episodes. (You’ll also notice that the quality of the videos improve over time.)