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Spanish numbers. From 1 to 29
Learn to spell and use Spanish numbers, from 1 to 29. You can also watch the video, to learn how they are pronounced and, finally, take the quiz.

Spanish past subjunctive conjugation. Exercises
Some tests to review what you have learn about Spanish regular verbs conjugation in past subjunctive.

Spanish past subjunctive for regular verbs
This article covers the conjugation in Spanish of the past subjunctive for regular verbs and includes a link to an audio recording with the subjunctive conjugations (past tense) of “amar”, “beber” and “vivir”.

Spanish past tenses: Preterit and Imperfect
Both, Spanish preterite (or preterit) and imperfect tenses are used to express past actions, but in English we have just one past tense.

Spanish Photo Descriptions - ¡Comida!
Look at the picture and find the missing words!

Spanish Photo Descriptions - El perro y la fuente
This exercise will help you understand how Spanish sentences are built. At the same time, you'll also learn new vocabulary.

Spanish Photo Descriptions - La estatua
Fill in the missing words! This time, we'll be watching to an interactive Google Maps showing a statue close to Burgos' Cathedral.

Spanish Photo Descriptions - La selva
Look at the picture and find the missing words!

Spanish Photo Descriptions - Mi gato Julio
Describe what you see! This is a good exercise to learn the uses of verbs like Ser and Estar, colors, sizes, actions, etc.

Spanish Plural Forms
In order to form the plural of Spanish nouns, there is a basic rule, similar to the English one: If the Spanish word ends in an unaccented vowel (usually e), we’ll add –s, and if the word ends in consonant, the plural form is made by adding –es.

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