Spanish Grammar Rules
Our free Spanish grammar lessons make learning Spanish grammar rules a breeze. Whether you are a Spanish language beginner or honing your advanced skills, we can help you master the basics and the finer points in no time.
It's true that most folks learning to speak a foreign language don't look forward to the grammar rules, but the better you understand how the language works, the more you can talk, read and write about!
Spanish grammar is nothing to be afraid of – in fact it can be the fastest way to learn the language, and teaches you things that you would struggle to work out if you relied on immersion and survival phrases alone.
List of Spanish Grammar Rules
We have tried to make it as easy as possible for you to find the answers to your Spanish grammar questions: if you know what you're looking for you should find it in the tables below, and if you're a Spanish language beginner you can work your way through our free step-by-step tutorials, starting with the basics.
Spanish Grammar tutorials explained
For many Spanish language beginners, one of the hardest things is understanding verbs. If you want to go straight to the lesson on a certain verb, check out the list of Spanish verb lessons on this page. If you want to get your head around Spanish verbs in general, you can take yourself through our Spanish verb tutorials.
Do you know how to say "the", "a" and "an" in Spanish? No? Not to worry, our lesson on understanding articles will teach you this in minutes.
If you want to be able to talk about people, places, and things in Spanish, you'll need to understand how to use nouns, articles, endings and plurals. While you're on the subject, you might want to check out our lesson on Spanish subject pronouns, which will explain how to talk about "you", "he", "they" and "we" in Spanish.
You can't learn Spanish without asking questions! Our lesson on Spanish question words will teach you how to ask questions in Spanish, all about inflection, punctuation marks and more.
What about when you want to describe things in Spanish? How do you say something is "big" or "great", for example? I will talk you through this in our lesson on Spanish adjectives. You will also find it useful to be able to talk about who owns what in Spanish, and we cover this in our second tutorial on Spanish adjectives.
How do you talk about "me", "him", "her" and "us" in Spanish, or "this", "that" and the other?! Our series of lessons on direct and indirect object pronouns is waiting for you!
When you are new to foreign language, some of the first things you want to be able to tell your new friends is what you like or love, what you lack or need. You'll also want to express what is good, better and best, and what is super cool!