visit Spanish Online

Welcome to Vol. 6 of the Spanish Online Newsletter! Spanish lessons with audio links, as well as travel destinations and more. I hope you enjoy this week's lesson - if so please support our efforts by recommending our website to a friend or consider buying the program that these excerpts are taken from. !Muchas Gracias!

Lesson of the Week: Expressing Want = the verb QUERER

From the Carnavalito Grammar Chapter

QUERER + infinitive

Querer is the verb for “want,” and can also mean “love ” or “desire.” You can use it with many verbs to create a phrase:

quiero hablar = I want to speak quiero dormir
quiero comer = I want to eat
quiero dormir = I want to sleep

hear audio mp3Click to hear an mp3 of these words

yo quiero I want
quieres you want
él, ella, Ud quiere wants
nosotros queremos we want
ellos, Uds. quieren they want

hear audio mp3Click to hear an mp3 of querer being conjugated

Worksheet/Activity: Querer Present Tense

Quiz: Querer Present Tense

© The Complete Musical Spanish. All rights reserved buy the complete tutorial on CDs and book from Musical Spanish

Travel Phrases of the Week: using the words TENGO, QUIERO, PUEDO

Go to Spanish Online Learning Menu

Travel Spot of the Week

visit Sosua and practice your Spanish!

San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

Did you know that the driest desert in the world is located in Northern Chile? Land of spectacular colors that resemble the landscape of Mars in places...San Pedro is also home to famous archaelogical finds such as the Miss Chile mummy. While it's a bit off the beaten path, the desert region of Chile is a trip you'll never forget. For additional pictures click here, for more history click here.


Spanish Learning Tool of the Week

learn verbs with the Real Spanish Path

Master Verbs with the Real Spanish Path
60 min. audio CD or cassette, verb chart, and flash card set

Highly innovative structural training program that will allow you to master approximately 70% of verb structure in the Spanish language by leveraging the Power of Patterns. Check it out!


© Spanish Online, 2003 Newsletter Volume 6, 2/22/03

Converted from CHM to HTML with chm2web Standard 2.7 (unicode)