Ch 2: Advanced Spanish Vocabulary Words

About This Chapter

The Advanced Spanish Vocabulary Words chapter of this Basic Spanish: Help & Review course is the simplest way to master advanced Spanish vocabulary. This chapter uses simple and fun lessons that only take about five minutes, plus lesson quizzes and a chapter exam to ensure you learn the essentials of advanced Spanish vocabulary.

Who's It For?

Anyone who needs help learning or mastering advanced Spanish vocabulary material will benefit from the lessons in this chapter. There is no faster or easier way to learn advanced Spanish vocabulary. Among those who would benefit are:

  • Students who have fallen behind in understanding irregular verbs, proper nouns or relative pronouns in Spanish
  • Students who struggle with learning disabilities or learning differences, including autism and ADHD
  • Students who prefer multiple ways of learning Spanish (visual or auditory)
  • Students who have missed class time and need to catch up
  • Students who need an efficient way to learn advanced Spanish vocabulary
  • Students who struggle to understand their teachers
  • Students who attend schools without extra Spanish learning resources

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  • Find lessons in our course that cover what you need to learn or review.
  • Watch the video or read through the text lesson.
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  • Verify you're ready by completing the Advanced Spanish Vocabulary Words chapter exam.

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Students Will Review:

This chapter helps students review the concepts in an advanced vocabulary unit of a basic Spanish course. Topics covered include:

  • Common Spanish adverbs and adjectives
  • Irregular verbs or relative pronouns in Spanish
  • Spanish negation and negative words
  • Using proper nouns in Spanish
  • Adjectives that start with N and descriptive adjectives
  • Spanish auxiliary verbs and reflexive verbs
  • Bathroom vocabulary in Spanish

14 Lessons in Chapter 2: Advanced Spanish Vocabulary Words
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Common Adverbs in Spanish

1. Common Adverbs in Spanish

To tell how, how often, when, and where something happens, you need adverbs! There are many common ones you can easily add to your vocabulary to help better your descriptions of events!

Common Irregular Spanish Verbs

2. Common Irregular Spanish Verbs

Irregular Spanish verbs follow certain patterns that differ from regular verbs, which is why we study them separately. This lesson lists the most common irregular verbs and includes basic conjugation rules for the simple present tense.

List of Common Spanish Adjectives

3. List of Common Spanish Adjectives

Learn how to make friends fast by expressing a variety of thoughts and opinions. These common description words will enable you to talk about yourself, your food, and the people, places and objects around you.

Negation & Negative Words in Spanish

4. Negation & Negative Words in Spanish

Sometimes you have to be a Debbie Downer or a Negative Nancy. To get your point across, it's easier if you have the right vocabulary. This lesson will teach you how to communicate using negative words in Spanish.

Proper Nouns in Spanish

5. Proper Nouns in Spanish

Let's find out what proper nouns are all about in this lesson. We will first briefly learn about nouns, and then learn to distinguish between common nouns and proper nouns.

Spanish Adjectives That Start With N

6. Spanish Adjectives That Start With N

In this lesson, we will expand our vocabulary by getting to know Spanish adjectives that start with the letter 'n'. We will review what adjectives are, learn a variety of new adjectives, and see them in contextual examples.

Spanish Adverbs of Frequency

7. Spanish Adverbs of Frequency

Sick of describing how often you do something with only the words 'mucho' (a lot) and 'poco' (a little)? This lesson will add some Spanish words to your vocabulary to better describe how frequently something is done!

Spanish Auxiliary Verbs

8. Spanish Auxiliary Verbs

Auxiliary or helping verbs are used in conjunction with principal verbs to complete the grammatical meaning of a sentence. In this lesson, you will learn the most common auxiliary verbs in Spanish.

Spanish Bathroom Vocabulary

9. Spanish Bathroom Vocabulary

Have you ever needed to ask for a paper towel or toilet paper when you use a restroom? What if you're in a Spanish-speaking country and need such things? In this lesson, learn key bathroom vocabulary words in Spanish and how to use them in a context.

Spanish Baseball Vocabulary

10. Spanish Baseball Vocabulary

Baseball is said to be America's pastimeā€¦ and it still is when you include Central America, South America, and the Caribbean Islands. This lesson will go over a bit of culture as you learn baseball vocabulary in Spanish.

Spanish Descriptive Adjectives

11. Spanish Descriptive Adjectives

Once you finish this lesson, you will be able to describe any person, animal, or object. The lesson includes the most common descriptive words and some practice so you get to use your new vocabulary right away.

Spanish Reflexive Verbs

12. Spanish Reflexive Verbs

This lesson explores what makes a verb reflexive. More importantly, it provides you with some basic reflexive verbs and related activities that allow you to use reflexive verbs in a practical manner.

Spanish Relative Pronouns

13. Spanish Relative Pronouns

Using relative pronouns is an easy way to add descriptions to what you say and write. This lesson will teach you the different relative pronouns in Spanish, how to choose the correct form, and how to use each of them in a sentence.

Writing a Cover Letter in Spanish

14. Writing a Cover Letter in Spanish

Are you thinking of applying for a job in Latin America or Spain or perhaps a Spanish-speaking company? Learn how to write a 'carta de presentación' (cover letter) in Spanish and how to impress your prospective employers in the process.

Chapter Practice Exam
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