This flashcard area covers a lot of ground and has pronunciation with it!
adverbs, animals, articles (the, body parts, city, clothing, colors, describing people, directions, emergency/hospital, family, food, geography, greetings and conversation, house, interrogatives, prepositions, reflexives, time, verbs, weather.
Wow, I don’t even know where to start on this site…
You’ll notice several columns, and as you scroll through each, there is so much information in a variety of areas. It could be printable cards that show examples of stem changing verbs or activities with vocabulary (flash-card related). There is a lot of content here. Ser and Estar is here. Preterito is here! There are a couple of links to textbooks like Realidades I and II. Vocabulary topics like animals, colors, alphabet, house, clothing, family and food are prominent. Check it out!!
alfabeto, animals, body parts, clothing, colors, commands, estar, family, grammar, months and days, numbers, object pronouns, Por vs. para, present perfect, present progressive, present tense, preterito, reflexives, ser, Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III, stem change, subjunctive, time, verbs.
This is too awesome NOT to share…From SrMara on youtube
www.ielanguages.com/spanish1.html for information on topics from beginner level to advanced that includes audio files, flash cards and practice activities!
agreement, alfabeto, animals, articles (the, body parts, colors, commands, demonstratives, describing people, descriptions, directions, estar, family, food, future tense, grammar, greetings and conversation, gustar, house, imperfect past tense, interrogatives, months and days, numbers, object pronouns, places, present perfect, present tense, preterito, pronunciation, reflexives, resources, saber vs conocer, school, ser, Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III, speaking/phrases, subject pronouns, subjunctive, tener, time, verbs, weather.
Check out Fred F. Jehl’s
verb forms list. Just click on the verb for a wealth of information. :) We’re talkin’ tons of tenses, peep! :)
The BBC has a
site devoted to typical students’ questions while they try to learn Spanish. You can get their take on adjective agreement, verb conjugation and even pronunciation!