Spanish Grammar Rules and Notes

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Below are Spanish grammar notes with their rules and examples to help you learn the Spanish language.

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Abecedario - The alphabet in Spanish

Acento - Las palabras agudas, graves, esdrújulas y sobresdrújulas

Adjetivos Demostrativos - Demonstrative Adjectives (este, ese, aquel etc).

Adjetivos Posesivos - Possessive Adjectives (mi, tu, su, nuestro, etc.)

Apócope de los Adjetivos - Apocopation of Adjectives

Artículos Definidos vs. Indefinidos - Definite & Indefinite Articles (el, la, los, las, un, una, unos, unas).

Comparativos y Superlativos - Compartives and Superlatives

Conjunciones - Conjunctions - All those little connecting words.

Estar (Presente Indicativo) - The verb Estar in the Present Tense.

El Futuro - Future Tense - Regular and Irregular

Imperativo - Imperatives - Giving orders, instructions and more.

Imperfecto de Indicativo - Imperfect Indicative Tense - A type of past tense.

Interrogativos - Question words in Spanish

Muy vs Mucho - The difference between Muy and Mucho

Pronombres de Objeto Directo - Direct Object Pronous

Pronombres Demostrativos - Demonstrative Pronouns (esto, eso, aquello etc).

Pronombres Personales - Personal Pronouns (yo, tú, usted, él, ella, nosotros etc.)

Pronombres Posesivos - Possessive Pronouns (mío, tuyo, suyo, nuestro, etc.)

Preposiciones - Prepositions such as A, Ante, Bajo, Con, Contra, De, Desde, En, Entre, Hacia, Hasta, Para, Por, Pro, Según, Sin, Sobre, Tras.

Preposiciones de lugar (ubicación) - Prepositions of Place

Presente Indicativo - Present Tense - Regular and Irregular verbs.

Pretérito Indefinido - Past Tense - Regular and Irregular verbs.

Por vs. Para - The difference between Por and Para.

Por qué vs Porque vs Por que vs Porqué - When to write Por & Que together and with the tilde.

Ser (Presente Indicativo) - The verb Ser in the Present Tense.

Los Sustantivos - Nouns in General.

Los Sustantivos Masculinos y Femeninos - Masculine and Feminine nouns in Spanish.

Los Sustantivos Propios y Comunes - Common Nouns and Proper Nouns.

Los Sustantivos Singulares y Plurales - How to make plural nouns in Spanish.

También vs. Tampoco - The difference between También and Tampoco

Tú vs Tu - The difference between and Tu.

Verbos Reflexivos - Reflexive Verbs such as Levantarse, acostarse, lavarse, etc.

Ves and Vez - The difference between Ves and Vez.

Voz Pasiva - Passive Voice.


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Last Updated: 16 December 2014
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