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.

How to use hacer and decir in Spanish (to do and to say)

In this video lesson you’ll learn how to use some essential Spanish verbs – hacer, which is to do or to make and decir, to say or to tell. If you like this video then you may want to watch lesson one that features the beginner verbs of ser, estar (to be) and haber (to have). If you can learn all the forms of these essential verbs then you should be well on your way to expressing a huge variety of ideas. You can subscribe to their videos here.

Most useful Spanish verbs to learn video lesson

Learning Spanish verbs is essential to communication and the quality video series from SpanishWithPaul.com does not disappoint. Here you’ll learn 10 useful Spanish verbs like to celebrate, to use, to confirm, to cancel, to prepare and more. For something related but a bit different you can learn how to use music to learn the verb irse. Otherwise you should definitely subscribe to Paul’s videos here.

Beginner Spanish verbs to be (ser, estar) and to have (haber)

This video lesson is designed for beginners to teach you the most essential Spanish verbs – to be and to have. To be in Spanish has two different forms – ser and estar – and this video explains the difference between the two as well as how to conjugate them both. The verb for to have in Spanish is haber and it is also explained and shown the various forms in this video. You might also find this video lesson for beginners useful. You can subscribe to this video creator here.