Norton's Spanish Basics: Audio Podcast

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Señor Norton has taught Spanish at the college and high school level. These audio podcast episodes are typically 10-15 minutes long and will give a brief tutorial of some of the grammar points discussed in his classes (Spanish 1 and 2). These episodes are not designed for full instruction but as a refresher or clarifier to supplement what you have learned in the classroom.- - -

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Señor Norton has taught Spanish at the college and high school level. These audio podcast episodes are typically 10-15 minutes long and will give a brief tutorial of some of the grammar points discussed in his classes (Spanish 1 and 2). These episodes are not designed for full instruction but as a refresher or clarifier to supplement what you have learned in the classroom.- - -
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-11-30 22:54
last episode published
2011-07-20 21:35
publication frequency
40.42 days
Contributors
Mesa Public Schools author  
Ryan M. Norton owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
11
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Episodes

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20.07.2011

Quizlet... What is it? (¿Qué es?)

 Learning Spanish takes some work! Many students use flashcards to help them learn Spanish (or other things). But who wants to take the time preparing to study instead of actually studying?! In this episode, Señor Norton discusses his use of Quizlet.co...
Ryan M. Norton author
14.01.2011

Verbs: Ser and Estar

Show notes:“To be or not to be: that is the question.”In this podcast we will be discussing the two different verbs for“to be”. In Spanish we say either ser or estar when we want to convey the meaning“to be”. Every year, I ask my Spanish two students i...
Ryan M. Norton author
8.11.2010

Conversaciones: The School Day

In this episode, Sr. Norton talks with Michelle about her school day. Classes, transportation, clubs and friends are discussed during the short dialogue.The dialogue is played two times. The first has short pauses inserted between sentences to give the...
Ryan M. Norton author
5.11.2010

Verbs: Gustar (Me gusta..) and some IOP

In this episode we discuss the verb GUSTAR as well as a brief overview of indirect object pronouns (IOP).To say you like something is done differently in Spanish than in English. Talking about our likes and dislikes requires a slightly different perspe...
Ryan M. Norton author
4.11.2010

Verbs: Tener is a Must-Have Verb

 There are a couple of ways to say have in Spanish. The only one that we have used so far is the one that we are going to be reviewing today: tener. Now many people say that tener looks nothing like any English words, but let’s think about this for a m...
Ryan M. Norton author
22.10.2010

Verbs: The Future With IR (going to)

Show Notes: Hola y bienvenidos a Norton’s Spanish Basic. One of the verbs we learn early on in Spanish is ir. Even people that claim to not know any Spanish often know the words vamos and vámonos– both forms of the verb Ir. The Spanish verb ir means to...
Ryan M. Norton author
24.09.2010

Verbs: Reflexive Verbs

In Spanish, much like English or any language, we often do things to ourselves: I bathe myself. I wake myself up. She hurts herself. He cut himself. We dress ourselves. We call these actions (verbs)“reflexive”. Reflexive verbs must be used with a refle...
Ryan M. Norton author
17.09.2010

Subject Pronouns

Subject pronouns are the pronouns that take the place of a noun and is used as a subject in a sentence. Did that send your mind into a grammatical spin? In this podcast we will be reviewing the subject pronouns in Spanish.I         YoWeNosotrosYou (fam...
Ryan M. Norton author
17.09.2010

Accents: Why do we have them and when do we write them?

Very Brief Rules for Stress (Accents)In Spanish, words are spelled just like they sound. In order to take advantage of this simple and nearly perfect system of spelling, one must first know the rules for stress - that is, how to know which syllable is ...
Ryan M. Norton author
5.08.2010

Possessive Adjectives: Examples

Listen to Francisco and Carlitos use possessive adjectives like mi, mis, tu, tus, su, sus, etc. (my, your, etc.)
Ryan M. Norton author
11.06.2010

Verbs: Basic Present Tense Conjugations

A brief overview of the concept and structure of conjugating verbs in Spanish.
Ryan M. Norton author