How to say ‘to stop’ or ‘to leave’ in Spanish using the verb Dejar

This fantastic video lesson from Butterfly Spanish teaches you how to say ‘to stop’ in Spanish and details all of the verb conjugations for Dejar. This verb dejar can also mean to leave so they provide a huge number of example sentences broken down in English and Spanish to teach you how to use this common and important vocabulary word for intermediate Spanish learners. If you enjoyed this lesson then you may also want to learn how to pronounce Spanish words properly in this video lesson.

Intermediate Spanish listening practice video lesson

If you’re an intermediate Spanish learner then you’ll find this lesson from SpanishPod101 to be especially useful. In this video lesson, the format is to show an image, say some vocabulary, listen to a spoken dialogue and then there is a quiz to test your listening comprehension. After the quiz, they share the correct answer so that you can confirm if you properly understood what was discussed. This is a great way to practice listening skills because it’s quite similar to the actual audio testing done on language certification tests. If you liked this lesson then you might also enjoy listening to a Colombian Accent practice video.

Learn Spanish with Music first & second person verbs with Jesse & Joy ‘Corre’

Learning Spanish with music is a great way to keep yourself interested and motivated to learn. Plus you get a lot of cultural nuance as well as more ‘real-life’ or informal language use than you normally can get from a textbook. This lesson uses Jesse & Joy’s song “Corre” covers some of the basics of first & second person verb conjugations as well as direct object pronouns. You can also learn more with Jesse & Joy Irse or you can subscribe to their videos here.

Spanish Colombian Accent Practice

In this video for intermediate Spanish learners, you can listen to an interview between 2 different Colombian accents in Spanish. Getting familiar with different accents is important as their are a huge variety and this is a nice, easy-to-understand interview & story that serves as a good lessons. Subscribe to their videos here.