Really like the lessons so far…I’ve finished 10, and just started lesson 11…but I’ve a small concern. The intro to lesson 11 says that I’ll start learning about how to talk about other people…which I’m looking forward to…but I feel as though there are some gaps in what I can say to another person.
Example: I’ve learned I didn’t know, but not I don’t know (unless I missed it). Same for understand…I’ve learned I didn’t understand but not I don’t understand. Will future lessons include the past tense for what we’ve learned for present tense and vice versa?
Sometimes they will, if I’ve identified them as useful in conversational settings - but not in a ‘work through every verb in every tense’ kind of way…
You could look up the present tense (and all other tenses) in a dictionary that provides verb charts. I find this dictionary particularly useful and the charts are clearly arranged and complete. It’s a German - Spanish dictionary, but this isn’t a problem when you search directly for the Spanish verbs, and then click on the icon that looks like a chart. You’ll find it on the left side of the verb, right after the arrow sign, that allows you to listen to the pronunciation of the words.
I’m currently using Google translate for the one-offs I find myself needing but I will keep this in mind. Thanks!
It does kind of make me miss the old format, but only a little.