The following videos explain and go over the preterite of Spanish regular verbs.
The following videos explain the verb TENER, which means to have. This is an irregular verb and conjugates differently than other verbs. The second video is just a song to help memorize the conjugations of tener.
Yo go verbs are verbs for which the yo form is different than a regular conjugation of -o-. With these verbs the ending in the yo form is -go. Below is a video which explains yo-go verbs or "go-yo" as he refers to them.
Okay boys and girls, it is time to "reflex your verbies" In this unit, we will learn about reflexive verbs. These are a type of verb that expresses an action that a person does to, or for themselves. Like washing your own hair or face for example, or waking up on your own, or brushing your own teeth. These verbs are slightly different than the regular present tense verbs because they have a second and sometimes third step other than just changing the ending of a verb in the infinitive form. The following videos will hopefully help as a reinforcement of what we went over in class, or an explanation if you were absent at the time. They should also help you practice these verbs by leaving a catchy tune in your head to go along with the process and the memorization of the endings.