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Grammar practice: irregular verbs and TONGUE TWISTERS as pronunciation practice

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Dear All:
THE GRAMMAR STUDY GROUP MEETS IN GARY'S HOUSE AND NOT AT THE COFFEE SHOP! He lives one block from the Phoenix. I will e-mail you the address once you RSVP. Please do so by noon on Tuesday to save us all the headache.

Our next lesson: CONTINUING the review of IRREGULAR verbs for future and preterite and pronunciation practice (most likely tongue twisters, so get those tongues ready to twist!). Please review the lists from Linguasorb (below) and the conjugations for present, preterite, and future. If have been to previous sessions, you can bring the handouts with you.

You may want to study/use these sites before Tuesday: http://www.linguasorb.com/learnspanish/most-common-verbs
http://www.linguasorb.com/spanish/irregular-verbs/
http://spanish.about.com/cs/verbs/a/conjug_index.htm

And if you want to get some tongue twister practice in, try www.youtube.com and search "Spanish tongue twisters" or "trabalenguas.".

Here's how it works:
* RSVP if you want to come. You MUST RSVP so that we can make enough copies of the work we are doing for everyone!
*You must also be signed up with the ability to e-mail you so that I can send you the address (which is a private house and, as such, will not be disclosed on the site). If you are not signed up with a link to e-mail you, please e-mail me through my link to get the address.
*We will work together by doing a review of the topic of the evening and some exercises.

Confused? Contact me or catch me on a Tuesday night!

I also started a message board on our discussions tab with ideas for those who want resources for learning/improving their Spanish. Please share ideas, whatever your own level may be!!! http://www.meetup.com/spanish-79/messages/boards/thread/43281992/#118763532

Cheers,
Norah

P.S. If any of the more fluent and native speakers want to come and assist, I would welcome the help!

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