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Old 23rd February 2008, 04:37 PM   #1
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Question Conjugación completa de los verbos - aprendizaje de ellos

Hola Ben, Marina y otros todos,

Conjugación completa de los verbos – aprendizaje de ellos

Quiero aprender los verbos cuando yo estoy trabajando en mi casa. Tengo una iPod (¿masculino o femenina?) y espero que hay los podcasts/las grabaciones que pueda ayudar a aprender las conjugaciones de verbos más fácilmente que me siento delante de un libro en mi escritorio. ¿Hay unos podcasts/unas grabaciones que yo puedo poner en mi iPod a aprender las conjugaciones de los verbos. ¿Se acuerdan de los tiempos de la escuela de recitar y repetir conjugación completa de unos verbos o de las tablas de matemáticas que tenía que aprender? Estoy esperando encontrar unos podcasts o unas grabaciones que sería como sentarse con otros en una clase repitiendo conjugaciones con ellos. Tal vez esta no es la mejor manera de aprender ellos así que estoy abierto a sugerencias.

Rob de Canadá

What I am asking in English if my Spanish writing isn't clear.

I want to learn verb conjugations when I am working around the house (doing whatever domestic chores I have do do). I have an iPod y hope that there are podcasts/recordings that can help to learn conjugations of verbs more easily than sitting in front of a book at my desk. Are there some podcasts/recordings that I could put on my iPod to learn verb conjugations? Do you remember those times in school reciting and repeating verb conjugations or mathematics times tables to learn them. I am hoping to find podcasts/recordings which would be like sitting with others in a class repeating conjugations with them. Maybe this isn't the best way to learn them so I am open to suggestions.

Rob in Canada
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Old 24th February 2008, 12:30 AM   #2
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Hola Rob,
No conozco ningún podcast así, pero debe existir!
Sí nadie sabe de uno.... ultimamente he estado pensando en hacer podcasts de los verbos irregulares. Lo haré, si nadie sugiere algo más. Sería muy útil para mí también.
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Old 24th February 2008, 05:47 AM   #3
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Hola Rob,
No conozco ningún podcast así, pero debe existir!
Sí nadie sabe de uno.... ultimamente he estado pensando en hacer podcasts de los verbos irregulares. Lo haré, si nadie sugiere algo más. Sería muy útil para mí también.
Saludos,
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The only person who'd volunteer to make that podcast, despite it's usefulness, would probably be a prisoner in isolation and on death row.
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Old 24th February 2008, 09:34 AM   #4
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The only person who'd volunteer to make that podcast, despite it's usefulness, would probably be a prisoner in isolation and on death row.
Molly, is there something you want to tell us?
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Old 24th February 2008, 09:41 AM   #5
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You could have talked yourself into a job! You could always record them yourself. Go to somewhere like this site enter a verb, start reciting it and record it. You might have a best seller on your hands!
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Well... if no one offers any other podcast that has done this... I'll do it. I think it would super easy to do, and would work. You'd have those babies mastered in no time.
And no... I'm actually not on death row. A bit hung over from last night... but feeling pretty dandy, thank you.
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A bit hung over from last night... but feeling pretty dandy, thank you.
Maybe we shouldn't ask.
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Well, you are braver and with a longer attention span than I, DocMolly!
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Maybe we shouldn't ask.
I don't know if you ever saw my video blog of me doing the Airplane... well, anyway... similar party last night.

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Well, you are braver and with a longer attention span than I, DocMolly!
It's called being a geek...but hey, it got me through med school! Chemistry, biology, physics may be fun... but memorization of anatomy, and pharmaceuticals... very similar to learning irregular verbs.
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but memorization of anatomy, and pharmaceuticals... very similar to learning irregular verbs.
Ah, I see.

Boner...

Bono, bones, bone, bonemos, bonéis, bonem.
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Ah, I see.

Boner...

Bono, bones, bone, bonemos, bonéis, bonem.
Interesting choice of words my friend!
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Interesting choice of words my friend!
You could use it as your first conjugation.
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No jodas felino! Y sabes que? Joder se conjuga como boner.
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Smile he buscado un podcast de conjugación de unos verbos

Yo he buscado un podcast de conjugación de unos verbos en el tienda iTunes. El URL es
http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/M...t?id=273975148

El sitio de internet es http://spanishverbs.wordpress.com/

He descargado ocho podcasts: críar, decir, ser, estar, cantar, preferir y tener. Espero que sigan haciendo ellos y proporcionarles para su descarga. La mujer que los hace y los garbe está un ángel del cielo para mí.

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Gracias Rob! Pensé que debe haber alguien que ya ha hecho esto. Voy a probarlos también.
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