Spanish Final Exam Study Guide & General Reference - 30+ Topics! - This study guide and reference contains 30 numbered topics, plus several others that are sprinkled in wherever there is space for another helpful topic. Most items contain both explanations and examples, and several contain easy
This song is about the three main types of pronouns: subject, object, and possessive. It will help your kids remember which ones to use and when. It is sung to the tune of "Jingle Bells." The words in parentheses can be shouted out by the kids as they sing. Check out my other songs too! Yes, I take
PLACES IN THE CITY
PAM KAATZ aka La Anciana Venerable
(all typos are the result of senility, not ignorance.)
I need to give credit to my niece who came through for me when I mentioned that I needed some drawings to illustrate the places in the city. She was in college, actually studying art.
This trick helps you remember when it's correct to use the objective case "whom" rather than the subjective pronoun "who."
And it only takes 60 seconds!
Best of all, you can try this 60-Second Steinbecks video absolutely free. But be forewarned: The tune is one you won’t be able to get out of your