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One quick question - from of our list, who would you most like to see on TSR doing a Q&A? 23-09-2014
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    aww fleece i'm crying my ****ing eyes out you neg repped me...
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    (Original post by kellywood_5)
    Muchas gracias! I'm glad it's nice and easy!
    Well to be fair that is only the future first person singular
    The endings for all future verbs are:
    é
    ás
    á
    emos
    éis
    án
    and all you need to do is simply add them on to any infinitive for the future tense (except for some irregulars like hacer, poder etc)
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    Now now, no arguing in La Sociedad Española
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    (Original post by paddy357)
    (except for some irregulars like hacer, poder etc)
    Decir --> Dir-
    Hacer --> Har-
    Poder --> Podr-
    Poner --> Pondr-
    Querer --> Querr-
    Saber --> Sabr-
    Salir --> Saldr-
    Tener --> Tendr-
    Venir --> Vendr-

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    Although the irregular verbs are fairly regular (in their irregularity) once you learn a few. Does that make any sense to anyone?!
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    (Original post by leannemann)
    Although the irregular verbs are fairly regular (in their irregularity) once you learn a few. Does that make any sense to anyone?!
    Yep. you're basically sticking an R on in nearly all cases. :p:
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    dont forget haber-->habr
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    (Original post by mr jim)
    hola todos! que voy a estudiar espanol a la universidad, y me encanta mucho pero solo empece a encantarlo el noviembre pasado cuando fui a granada para hacer un poco de experiencia de trabajo...y ahora me encanta mucho mas que antes
    anademe a la lista por fav!
    Hace tres anos fui a Granada, fue mi primera vez en Espana y lo pase bomba (GCSE phrase out the bag! )... es una ciudad muy buena con mucha cultura, fuiste a La Alhambra? es muy impresionante, fuimos por la noche y se podia ver toda la ciudad, todovia recuerdo esa imagen!

    y tambien quisiera ser parte de la sociedad
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    (Original post by goonerjack)
    Hace tres anos fui a Granada, fue mi primera vez en Espana y lo pase bomba (GCSE phrase out the bag! )... es una ciudad muy buena con mucha cultura, fuiste a La Alhambra? es muy impresionante, fuimos por la noche y se podia ver toda la ciudad, todovia recuerdo esa imagen!

    y tambien quisiera ser parte de la sociedad
    Hombre, tienes que solicitar!! Click on the Socs tab at the top of the screen, find this society in the list and request to join
    I'd do the rest in Spanish, but I'm really tired Off to bed for me!

    EDIT: members list updated
    ALSO, out of interest, how many of you guys are planning on studying Spanish @ uni? Methinks we have a fair few with offers for this year even (3 from Cambridge no less, 4 if drsmeeth would like to join!)? Introduce yourselves!
    AND I have been informed that I have the power to make a joint 'leader' of this Soc, so I'll be considering applications
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    eeh, que esfuerzo! lo hare ahora...

    y si, seguro que voy a estudiar espanol, pero no he decidido cual idioma quiero estudiar junto con el espanol
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    (Original post by goonerjack)
    eeh, que esfuerzo! lo hare ahora...

    y si, seguro que voy a estudiar espanol, pero no he decidido cual idioma quiero estudiar junto con el espanol
    Qué perezoso!:p:
    No tienes ningún idea sobre cual idioma debes estudiar con español? Has pensado en el ruso? O portugués?
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    (Original post by drsmeeth)
    aww fleece i'm crying my ****ing eyes out you neg repped me...
    hey i had some to spare and you were asking for it. and if it didn't bother you then you wouldn't make a fuss about it.
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    (Original post by paddy357)
    Hombre, tienes que solicitar!! Click on the Socs tab at the top of the screen, find this society in the list and request to join
    I'd do the rest in Spanish, but I'm really tired Off to bed for me!

    EDIT: members list updated
    ALSO, out of interest, how many of you guys are planning on studying Spanish @ uni?
    I'm vaguely contemplating applying for Spanish and ab-initio Russian, but not until 2008 at the earliest. :p:
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    (Original post by paddy357)
    Well to be fair that is only the future first person singular
    For GCSE, you only need to know the first person singular, so I didn't think I should inform her of the rest .

    Edit : I'd consider studying Spanish at uni as an 'ab initio' subject, along with another language.
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    I was asking a fair question, but feel free to take your abnormally sized head out of the 'room', if you can fit it through.
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    ¡Hola! Me llamo Excalibur y estudio español para GCSE. Por desgracia, no puedo continuar español en septiembre, porque no hay Español A-level en mi colegio. No voy a estudiar español a la universidad, pero quiero estudiarlo 'as a side option'. (Mi español no es muy bien! ) Estudio aléman también, y soy japonesa, por eso hablo japónes.

    Sorry for the atrocious Spanish I'm really worried about my GCSE oral exam, which is on the 9th - I always go to pieces during oral exams. The higher tier role plays are really hard - the topics are things like applying for jobs, witnessing a shoplifter, discussing the results of a survey with a friend, etc. And as for the questions, don't even go there. Our teacher gave us a solid A4 sheet full of questions for every single topic, and though some are straightforward, some are really nasty and I don't know how to answer them at all!! [/major panic mode]

    But nice meeting you all
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    Sí que sabes hablar- muy bien. No te preocupes, el examen llegará a ser fantástico, de éso estoy segura. Qué pena que no ofrecen el 'alevel' en tu colegio...Espero que puedas continuarlo por lo que sea
    Buena suerte
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    (Original post by Hashshashin)
    I'm vaguely contemplating applying for Spanish and ab-initio Russian, but not until 2008 at the earliest. :p:
    That's what I'm applying for after my gap year this year
    Can't wait until my gap year, half of which is going to be spent in Barcelona
    And don't worry Excalibur, you'll do great, I know for a fact that your Spanish is quality
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    Russian is where its at.
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    Don't panic Excalibur! I have my Spanish oral that week too, just prepare and you'll be fine! Just focus on beating me, that'll get you motivated! :p:

    (Original post by paddy357)
    That's what I'm applying for after my gap year this year
    Can't wait until my gap year, half of which is going to be spent in Barcelona
    I spent a week in Barcelona last year, it's an awesome place. I can't wait to go back, maybe pick up some Catalan while I'm at it!

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