Spanish Grammar Games

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Here are some interactive Games to help you improve your Spanish Grammar:


BASIC Spanish Grammar Games

Adjetivos - Adjectives

Adjetivos Demostrativos - Demonstratives (this, these, etc)
Adjetivos Demostrativos 2

Adjetivos Posesivos - Possessive Adjectives (my, your, his, etc)
Adjetivos Posesivos 2 - Possessive Adjectives in longer sentences.

Al vs A la - The difference between Al and A la.

Artículos - Definite Articles (with words)
Artículos 2 - Definite Articles (in sentences)
Artículos 3 - Definite Articles.... again.
Artículos Definidos vs. Indefinidos - Definite vs. Indefinite Articles
Artículos Indefinidos - Indefinite Articles (Un, Unos, Una, Unas)

Cuanto, Cuanta, Cuantos, Cuantas - The difference between these words.

Del vs De la - The difference between Del and De la
Del vs De la vs Al vs A la - The difference between Del, De la, Al, A la

Él vs. El - The difference between él and el.

Estar - Está vs. Están - The difference between these two forms of Estar
Estar - Presente - The verb Estar in the Present Tense

Gusta vs Gustan - The difference between Gusta and Gustan

Interrogativos - Question Words (who, when, etc)
Interrogativos 2 - Question Words with responses

Mucho, Muchos, Mucha, Muchas - The difference between these words
Muy vs Mucho - The difference between Muy and Mucho

Presente - Modo Indicativo
Presente - Verbos Regulares - AR - Present Tense Regular Verbs ending in -AR
Presente - Verbos Regulares - ER - Present Tense Regular Verbs ending in -ER
Presente - Verbos Regulares - IR - Present Tense Regular Verbs ending in -IR
Presente - Verbos Irregulares - AR - Present Tense Irregular Verbs ending in -AR
Presente - Verbos Irregulares - ER - Present Tense Irregular Verbs ending in -ER
Presente - Verbos Irregulares - IR - Present Tense Irregular Verbs ending in -IR

Por vs. Para - The difference between POR and PARA

Pronombres Personales - Personal Pronouns (I, you, he, etc)
Pronombres Personales 2 - Translate the Personal Pronouns into English

Ser - Es vs. Son - The difference between these two forms of Ser
Ser - Presente - The verb Ser in the Present Tense
Ser + Pronombre Posesivo - Using Possessive Pronouns with SER
Ser vs. Estar - The Verbs Ser and Estar (To Be)
Ser vs. Estar 2 - The Verbs Ser and Estar (To Be) 2

Sustantivos - Nouns in General.
Sustantivos Masculinos y Femeninos - Masculine and Feminine nouns.
Sustantivos Propios y Comunes - Common Nouns and Proper Nouns.
Sustantivos Singulares y Plurales - Singular and plural nouns in Spanish.
Sustantivos + Adjetivos - Noun + Adjective Agreement

Tú vs. Tu - The difference between Tú and Tu.
Tú vs. Usted - The difference between Tú and Usted.


INTERMEDIATE Spanish Grammar Games

Apócopes - Shortening of adjectives

Aumentativos - Making things bigger in Spanish

Conjunciones - Conjunctions

Diminutivos - Making things smaller or cuter in Spanish

Imperativo - Imperatives (Verbs giving instructions and orders)

Pronombre de Objeto Indirecto con el verbo Gustar - Indirect Object Pronoun with Gustar

El Futuro
Futuro - Verbos Irregulares - Future Tense Irregular Verbs
Futuro - Verbos Regulares - Future Tense Regular Verbs
Futuro - Verbos Regulares e Irregulares - Future Tense Regular & Irregular Verbs Mix

Palabras agudas, graves, esdrújulas y sobresdrújulas - where to put the accent

Pasado vs Presente vs Futuro - Is the sentence in the past, present or future tense?

Pasado - Pretérito Indefinido (Modo indicativo)
Pasado - Verbos Irregulares - AR - Past Tense Irregular Verbs ending in -AR
Pasado - Verbos Irregulares - ER - Past Tense Irregular Verbs ending in -ER
Pasado - Verbos Irregulares - IR - Past Tense Irregular Verbs ending in -IR
Pasado - Verbos Regulares - AR - Past Tense Regular Verbs ending in -AR
Pasado - Verbos Regulares - ER - Past Tense Regular Verbs ending in -ER
Pasado - Verbos Regulares - IR - Past Tense Regular Verbs ending in -IR

Pero vs. Sino - The correct way of saying BUT in Spanish.

Por qué - Por que - Porqué - Porque - The difference between these words.

Preposiciones - Prepositions
Preposiciones 2 - More prepositions
Preposiciones de Lugar - Prepositions of Place

Qué + Adjetivo - Exclamations using Qué with adjectives.

También vs. Tampoco - The difference between También and Tampoco.

Verbos Reflexivos - Reflexive verbs.


ADVANCED Spanish Grammar Games

La Voz Pasiva - Passive Voice

Subjunctive Games
Aconsejar + que + Subjuntivo - Advise + Subjunctive
A fin de que + Subjuntivo - So that + Subjunctive
A menos que + Subjuntivo - Unless + Subjunctive
Antes de que + Subjuntivo - Before + Subjunctive
Cuando + Subjuntivo - When + Subjunctive
Desear + que + Subjuntivo - Wish/Desire + Subjunctive
Dudar + que + Subjuntivo - Doubt + Subjunctive
Es mejor que + Subjuntivo - It's better / best + Subjunctive
Esperar + que + Subjuntivo - Hope + Subjunctive
(Me/Le) Gustar + que + Subjuntivo - Like + Subjunctive
Insistir + que + Subjuntivo - Insist + Subjunctive
Lamentar + que + Subjuntivo - Regret +Subjunctive
Necesitar + que + Subjuntivo - Need + Subjunctive
Preferir + que + Subjuntivo - Prefer + Subjunctive
Querer + que + Subjuntivo - Want + Subjunctive
(Me/Le) Sorprender + que + Subj. - Surprised + Subjunctive
Sugerir + que + Subjuntivo - Suggest + Subjunctive
Alegría + Subjuntivo - Happiness + Subjunctive
Pedidos + Subjuntivo - Asking for things + Subjunctive
Permisos + Subjuntivo - Asking for Permission + Subjunctive
Tristeza + Subjuntivo - Sadness + Subjunctive
Miedo + Subjuntivo - Fear + Subjunctive


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Last Updated: 11 October 2014
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