Spanish, Bit By Bit Multimedia
image, text and
tutorial is from Volume 3 in which appliances and electronic devices
are presented. By clicking on the object, you hear its name
pronounced. By clicking on the name, you see its English equivalent.
In the exercise that follows, a learner clicks on objects to hear
and see their names revealed, then he is asked to click on specific
(2 & 3) This
tutorial teaches -ar type verbs. It's aim is threefold: first, to link an
image of the action and the action's name (the verb) in Spanish in order to
learn meaning in a natural way; secondly, to offer a clear pronunciation
of the Spanish verb for practice; thirdly, to learn the verb forms.
Click on contestar to hear it pronounced
Clicking on text reveals and confirms the
meaning in English.
In this tutorial the vocabulary
associated with various rooms of the house is learned. Learners
associate the item with the Spanish word visually and by sound. You
can hear it pronounced by clicking on the image and can also confirm
its exact meaning in English by clicking on the Spanish word(s).
presenting verb forms of Ir (to
This page teaches the forms "Uds. van"
both visually and in sound in a context, "żUds.
van a Nueva York?".
is shown in animation.
Button link at
offers the option of seeing the entire verb
in a table (paradigm) and then return to this page.
Note also the
at bottom which allows you to access the Spanish-English dictionary from any
page and return to that same page without losing your place.