Learn Spanish with Carmen

Conjugating Verbs for Activities & Preferences

Carmen D.
+ 15 Others
Live-clock-goldClass length: 30 Min
Live-beginner-gold Level: Beginner

This Class May Cover

  • Use regular verbs ending in "-ar" to talk about daily activities

  • Discuss your preferences using the verb “gustar”

  • Interact with others using “tu” and “usted”

Requirements

  • A reliable internet connection

  • A laptop or desktop computer if you’re joining from home. The Google Chrome web browser is recommended for computer users

  • A tablet or smartphone if you’re on-the-go. The TakeLessons app (for Android or iPhone) is required for smartphone users

  • A built-in or external webcam

Description

Adding more verbs to your vocabulary will allow you to converse about your likes, dislikes, and daily tasks. This online Spanish class will teach you how to conjugate common verbs ending in “-ar” so you can describe activities and hobbies. You’ll also learn how to use the correct form a verb, whether formal or informal, to ensure you sound polite and respectful.

About Carmen D.

Hi! My name is Carmen and my passion is teaching! I am a certified teacher, and I enjoy working with students from all types of background and cultures. I believe every student has a special gift, whether it is academic, artistic, logical, etc. and I bring out that talent through my personalized lessons. It does not matter how old you are or what language level you are at, we can have a great time learning a new language together.

Reviews

Carmen is a fantastic instructor who designed a personalized lesson plan that helped me quickly (and effortlessly) increase my proficiency in Spanish, in preparation for a business trip to Barcelona. I would highly recommend Carmen to any potential students, regardless of your language proficiency or goals.
James
Posted Jan 9, 2017
Ms. Carmen îs a great teacher. She is professional, kind, and accommodating. I also found her very easily approachable and willing to work with me even when I have questions not always related to our topic, such as grammar questions. She is also creative making technology an active part of our lessons.
Vi
Posted Jan 9, 2017
Great first lesson! I'm looking forward to digging deeper into the verb tenses and to continue conversing in Spanish. Power point, Google, all sort of visuals have been used and they all made our lesson not just a virtual encounter but a real life experience. Thank you!
Violeta
Posted Jan 10, 2017