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  • LatinTutorial

    59 Individual Titles
    • Albative Case: Ablative Absolutes
    • Basic English Grammar for Learning Latin (Part 1)
    • Basic English Grammar for Learning Latin (Part 2)
    • Basic Latin Word Order
    • Basics of Declension
    • Fifth Declension, The
    • First and Second Declension Adjectives
    • First Declension, The
    • Fourth Declension, The
    • Future Passive Tense, The
    • Future Perfect Tense, The
    • Future Tense, The
    • Gender
    • Genitive of Possession, The
    • Hic, Haec, Hoc
    • How Latin Does ’’And’’
    • How to Trill Your ’’R’’
    • Imperfect Passive Tense, The
    • Imperfect Tense, The
    • Introduction to the Adjective, An
    • Introduction to the Infinitive, An
    • Irregular Verbs: Possum, Posse
    • Irregular Verbs: Sum, Esse
    • Irregular Verbs: Volo, Nolo and Malo
    • Is, Ea, Id
    • Latin Alphabet, The: Consonant Pronunciation
    • Latin Alphabet, The: Vowel Pronunciation
    • Latin and Its Indo-European Language Family
    • Latin’s Case System
    • Neuter Nouns of the Second Declension
    • Neuter Nouns of the Third Declension
    • Nominative and Accusative Cases, The
    • Numbers
    • Origin of Roman Numerals, The
    • Overview of the Subjunctive, An
    • Passive Voice in English, The
    • Passive Voice in Latin, The
    • Perfect Passive Tense, The
    • Perfect Tense, The
    • Personal Pronouns
    • Pluperfect Active Subjunctive Tense, The
    • Pluperfect Passive Tense, The
    • Pluperfect Tense, The
    • Prepositional Phrase, The
    • Present Passive Tense, The
    • Present Singular Tense, The
    • Present Tense, The
    • Relative Pronoun, The: Qui, Quae, Quod
    • Roman Dates
    • Roman Names
    • Roman Numerals
    • Second Declension, The
    • Subjectless Verb, The
    • Theory of Tenses, A
    • Third Declension Adjectives
    • Third Declension, The
    • Verbs: Principal Parts
    • Vocative Case, The
    • Yes and No Questions
  • Learn French with Alexa

    50 Individual Titles
    • French Essentials Lesson 1: Greetings
    • French Essentials Lesson 10: Avoir & Etre
    • French Essentials Lesson 11: Aller + Prepositions
    • French Essentials Lesson 12: Prepositions
    • French Essentials Lesson 13: Simple Negations (Part 1)
    • French Essentials Lesson 14: Simple Negations (Part 2)
    • French Essentials Lesson 15: What Time Is It? (Part 1)
    • French Essentials Lesson 16: What Time Is It? (Part 2)
    • French Essentials Lesson 17: Accent Marks (Part 1)
    • French Essentials Lesson 18: Accent Marks (Part 2)
    • French Essentials Lesson 19: Accent Marks (Part 3)
    • French Essentials Lesson 2: Numbers 1 to 20
    • French Essentials Lesson 20: Accent Marks (Part 4)
    • French Essentials Lesson 21: Asking ’’’’Where’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Ou’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 22: Asking ’’’’When’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Quand’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 23: Asking ’’’’Why’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Pourquoi’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 24: Asking ’’’’Who’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Qui’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 25: Asking ’’’’How’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Comment’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 26: Asking ’’’’How Much/Many’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Combien’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 27: Asking ’’’’What/Which’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Quel’’’’ (Part 1)
    • French Essentials Lesson 28: Asking ’’’’What/Which’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Quel’’’’ (Part 2)
    • French Essentials Lesson 29: Asking ’’’’Which One’’’’ Questions with ’’’’Lequel’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 3: The Alphabet
    • French Essentials Lesson 30: Asking Questions with ’’’’Est-ce Que’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 31: Asking Questions with Inversions
    • French Essentials Lesson 32: Using ’’’’N’’est-ce Pas’’’’
    • French Essentials Lesson 33: Possessive Adjectives (Masculine Singular)
    • French Essentials Lesson 34: Possessive Adjectives (Feminine Singular)
    • French Essentials Lesson 35: Possessive Adjectives (Plural)
    • French Essentials Lesson 36: Possessive Pronouns (Masculine Singular)
    • French Essentials Lesson 37: Possessive Pronouns (Masculine Plural)
    • French Essentials Lesson 38: Possessive Pronouns (Feminine Singular)
    • French Essentials Lesson 39: Possessive Pronouns (Feminine Plural)
    • French Essentials Lesson 4: Days of the Week
    • French Essentials Lesson 40: The Three Verb Groups
    • French Essentials Lesson 41: The Three Verb Groups: Group 1: Regular -er Verbs (Present Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 42: The Three Verb Groups: Group 1: Regular -er Verbs (Past Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 43: The Three Verb Groups: Group 1: Regular -er Verbs (Future Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 44: The Three Verb Groups: Group 2: Regular -ir Verbs (Present Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 45: The Three Verb Groups: Group 2: Regular -ir Verbs (Past Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 46: The Three Verb Groups: Group 2: Regular -ir Verbs (Future Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 47: The Three Verb Groups: Group 3: Irregular Verbs (Present Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 48: The Three Verb Groups: Group 3: Irregular Verbs (Past Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 49: The Three Verb Groups: Group 3: Irregular Verbs (Future Tense)
    • French Essentials Lesson 5: Months of the Year
    • French Essentials Lesson 50: The Three Verb Groups: Common Verbs
    • French Essentials Lesson 6: Weather and Seasons
    • French Essentials Lesson 7: Definite Article
    • French Essentials Lesson 8: Indefinite Article
    • French Essentials Lesson 9: Subject Pronouns
  • SeƱor Jordan Spanish

    75 Individual Titles
    • Alphabet, The
    • Basic Conversation (Beginner)
    • Basic Conversation: What’s Your Name?
    • Comparisons (Part 1): More/Less Than
    • Comparisons (Part 2): Irregular Comparatives
    • Comparisons (Part 3): Equality
    • Days of the Week
    • Describing Feelings with the Verb Estar
    • Describing Your Personality (Part 1)
    • Describing Your Personality (Part 2)
    • Direct Objects Song (Lo, La, Los, Las)
    • Hace + [Time] + Que
    • Hay (There Is/There Are)
    • How to Describe Yourself Physically
    • How to Say ’’The’’ in Spanish
    • How to Use Direct Objects (Lo, La, Los, Las)
    • How to Use the Preposition Con
    • Months of the Year
    • Nouns, Definite Articles and Classroom Vocabulary
    • Nouns, Indefinite Articles and Classroom Vocabulary
    • Numbers: 100+
    • Numbers: Count from 0 to 100
    • Numbers: Count from 0 to 39
    • Numbers: Count from 1 to 15
    • Personal A
    • Personal Pronouns
    • Possessive Adjectives (Part 1)
    • Possessive Adjectives (Part 2)
    • Present Progressive, The
    • Present Tense Verb: Decir
    • Present Tense Verb: Gustar + Activity Vocabulary
    • Present Tense Verb: Hacer
    • Present Tense Verb: Jugar
    • Present Tense Verb: Necesitar
    • Present Tense Verb: Poder
    • Present Tense Verb: Querer
    • Present Tense Verbs: e-i Stem-Changing Verbs
    • Present Tense Verbs: e-ie Stem-Changing Verbs
    • Present Tense Verbs: Irregular Yo Form
    • Present Tense Verbs: o-ue Stem-Changing Verbs
    • Present Tense: -ar Verbs (All Forms)
    • Present Tense: -ar Verbs (El/Ella/Usted Forms)
    • Present Tense: -ar Verbs (Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes Forms)
    • Present Tense: -ar Verbs (Nosotros/Nosotras Forms)
    • Present Tense: -ar Verbs (Song)
    • Present Tense: -ar Verbs (Tu Form)
    • Present Tense: -ar Verbs (Yo Form)
    • Present Tense: -er Verbs (Song)
    • Present Tense: -ir Verbs (Song)
    • Present Tense: Regular -er Verbs
    • Present Tense: Regular -ir Verbs
    • Should I Use Tu or Usted? (Formal vs. Informal)
    • Talking About Likes/Dislikes (Part 1)
    • Talking About Likes/Dislikes (Part 2)
    • Telling Time (Part 1)
    • Telling Time (Part 2)
    • Using the Preposition De with Possessed Objects
    • Using the Verb Ir (Part 1): Present Tense + Place Vocabulary
    • Using the Verb Ir (Part 2): Present Tense + Asking Questions with Adonde
    • Using the Verb Ir (Part 3): Future Tense
    • Using the Verb Tener (Part 1): Present Tense + Pet Vocabulary
    • Using the Verb Tener (Part 2): Present Tense + Useful Phrases
    • Vocabulary: Chores
    • Vocabulary: Clothing
    • Vocabulary: Colors (Part 1)
    • Vocabulary: Colors (Part 2)
    • Vocabulary: Family Members
    • Vocabulary: Fruit
    • Vocabulary: Parts of the Body
    • Vocabulary: The House (Part 1)
    • Vocabulary: The House (Part 2) + Present Tense Verb: Vivir
    • Vocabulary: Vegetables
    • Vocabulary: Weather (Part 1)
    • Vocabulary: Weather (Part 2) + Present Tense Verb: Deber
    • Weather Song
  • Yoyo Chinese

    33 Individual Titles
    • Beginner Conversational Chinese: Chinese Food
    • Beginner Conversational Chinese: Numbers 11-99
    • Beginner Conversational Chinese: Self-Introduction
    • Chinese Numbers: Learn How to Count from 0-10 in Mandarin
    • How Many Chinese Characters Do I Need to Learn?
    • Learn Chinese Characters in 5 Minutes (Part 2)
    • Learn Chinese Characters in 5 Minutes (Part 3)
    • Learn Chinese Characters in 5 Minutes (Part 4)
    • Learn Chinese Characters in 5 Minutes (Part 5)
    • Learn Chinese Characters in 5 Minutes (Review Lesson)
    • Learn Your First Chinese Character in 5 Minutes (Part 1)
    • Pinyin Lesson 1: What Is Pinyin and How Does It Help Me Speak Mandarin Chinese?
    • Pinyin Lesson 10: Finals - Group ’’a’’ Sounds (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 11: Finals - Group ’’e’’ Sounds (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 12: Finals - Group ’’i’’ Sounds Part 1 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 13: Finals - Group ’’i’’ Sounds Part 2 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 14: Finals - Group o Sounds (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 15: Finals - Group u Sounds Part 1 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 16: Finals - Group u Sounds Part 2 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 17: Letter u (trema) Pronunciation & Spelling Rules (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 18: Finals - Group u (trema) Sounds (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 19: Initials - Group j,q,x Sounds (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 2: An Introduction to Tones (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 20: Initials - Group zh,ch,sh,r Sounds (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 21: Initials - Group z,c,s Sounds (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 3: The 1st and 2nd Tones (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 4: The 3rd and 4th Tones (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 5: Tone Change and the Neutral Tone (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 6: Tone Pairs - Part 1 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 7: Tone Pairs - Part 2 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 8: Tone Pairs - Part 3 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Pinyin Lesson 9: Tone Pairs - Part 4 (Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation)
    • Story Behind Chinese Characters, The

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