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SpanishPod101.com
Friday at 6:30 pm
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SpanishPod101.com
Friday at 11:31 am
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Hi lee j won,


Thank you for posting!

An "er" verb such as: volver or ver, are the verbs that ends on "er" :smile: in the infinitive form.

There are 3 groups of verbs: "ar", "er", and "ir".

Please, check here for more information: https://www.spanishpod101.com/spanish-grammar/


Regards,

Laura

Team SpanishPod101.com

lee j won
Friday at 10:09 am
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an er verb volver and ver wht does this mean?:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

John Johnson
Saturday at 10:22 am
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Hi Jessi,


I'm very appreciative of your reply - thank you. Great to understand that maybe in the future spanishpod101 will have videos that fit this video series learning category of "absolute beginner". In that case, why are these current non-absolute-beginner videos in this absolute beginners area? For example, why not more them into a more advanced section, such as"Beginners" or something like "advanced beginners"?


Thanks Jessi,

-JOHN

Jessi
Friday at 5:00 pm
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Hi John!

You're right, we don't have a really good video series that starts from the very basics and works it way up - yet ;) This year we would like to focus on creating a series like this that teaches the same kind of content found in our Newbie lessons.


Thank you also for pointing out the issue with the checklist PDFs - I'm looking into getting a video version of the checklist up soon. ยกMuchas gracias!

John Johnson
Friday at 10:55 am
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The checklist PDF to this lesson states "audio lesson" not "video lesson". I thought for a moment I was getting confused between the separate audio series versus this video series.

John Johnson
Friday at 10:47 am
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I wrote a comment on the video prior to this, stating that I felt overwhelmed with video one in this absolute beginners series. Video two confirms for me that these videos dont seem to fit into absolute beginners. The verbs havent even been studied, yet they are being conjugated in these videos - also reflexive seems to be used. Maybe I am confused in that the intent is to just learn vocab/nouns - this I am learning from these videos.


Thanks,

-JOHN