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.
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Gustar is one of the most common verbs in Spanish, because it enables you to express what you like and don’t like. Check this lesson out for more on verbs like this that don't have a direct English equivalent. sino!! Examples of Spanish adverbs include rápidamente (quickly), lentamente (slowly), suavemente (softly), et cetera. These words describe how an action is taking place and may refer to a variety of characteristics.
If you understand this, you already know what a Spanish comparative and a superlative are. Find out how these are used in Spanish. use the Spanish conjunctions. These are words that join two parts of a sentence together. Check this Spanish grammar lesson out for lots of audio examples. Spanish has definite and indefinite articles. However, Spanish speakers must suit the form of the article to the gender of the noun it precedes. Remember el hombre and la mujer? Find out more here! Learn more about the indefinite Spanish words here. Find out more about Spanish infinitives here. This lesson breaks down Spanish nouns for you! Check this lesson out for more info. Find out more here. The verb Estar is one of the most useful verbs in Spanish, as it not only describes location but also physical, mental, and emotional states or feelings. Have a detailed look at Estar in this lesson.
For more Spanish grammar on particular topics, check these lessons out!understanding Spanish verbs. That's because verbs in Spanish act differently from verbs in English. There are many Spanish verbs (like ser and estar) that convey distinctions in meanings that don't exist in English! all about the Spanish tenses. Find out about the major tenses used in Spanish and the patterns and conjugations that verbs make in each tense. All of the lessons on tenses have audio with voice recognition, so make sure you practice your pronunciation at the same time! all about Spanish prepositions. Spanish prepositions are a set of connectors (like para, de or con) that show a relationship between a verb, noun or adjective and a following noun phrase, noun, or pronoun (called the object of the preposition). Learn all about Spanish pronouns with these lessons. Spanish pronouns work differently than English pronouns in some ways. You will be a master of Spanish pronouns after these lessons! master of Spanish adjectives after these lessons!