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SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS

Here you´ll the basics on Spanish grammar.

Adjectives. star
An adjective ("adjetivo", in Spanish) is a word that describes, limits of qualifies a noun...

Comparativos de Igualdad (Spanish Comparisons of Equality) star
How do we form comparisons of equality in Spanish? It is fairly simple; in fact we have to ways to express equality comparisons...

Direct Object Pronouns star[offsite link]
Still some doubts about Spanish Direct Objects pronouns? You´ll find here a good explanations and more examples.

El fin de las vacaciones – Listening and reading star
Here is a different way to learn and improve your Spanish, based on listening, reading, comprehension and putting into practice what you have learned.

El fin de las vacaciones – Spanish articles star
Analyzing the text "El fin de las vacaciones", and learning about Spanish definite and indefinite articles. Includes 2 videos.

El fin de las vacaciones – Spanish genders star
This article includes the general rules for masculine and feminine words in Spanish. Includes quizzes to practice what you learn.

Gender of Spanish Nouns star
We have already learned in previous lessons (Spanish Definite Articles - Spanish Indefinite Articles) that Spanish nouns are either masculine or feminine.

Learn about Spanish genders. star[offsite link]
This free lesson offers a general -but quite accurate- revision on gender of Spanish nouns. You will also find here information about Spanish contractions (a + el,... )

Negation - How to build negative sentences in Spanish. star
Now that you know the basics on affirmative sentences, let´s go farther. Spanish negative sentences are not difficult to learn; there are just some rules we must follow.

Numbers in Spanish. star
Numbers are everywhere... Why don´t we learn today how to express quantities in Spanish?

Plural Forms of Nouns star[offsite link]
How Spanish plural forms work? Here we have some easy to understand grammar and 3 free activities.

POR or PARA? star
This is a very common question among Spanish students: when to use "por" or "para" as, in English, both can be translated as "for".

Spanish adverbs atrás / detrás and the preposition tras. star
The use of these three words can be confusing for Spanish students. Today we´ll learn when and how to use them.

Spanish Comparatives of Inequality and Spanish Superlatives. star
Learn how to build Spanish sentences using Inequality Comparatives and Superlatives.

Spanish Demonstrative Adjectives. star
Maybe this is the first time your read about Spanish Demonstratives. If so, we´ll study here, step by step, Spanish Demonstrative Adjectives, that is: "Adjetivos Demostrativos".

Spanish Direct Object Pronouns (I). star
have being receiving some e-mails asking for explanations about the use of the Spanish Direct pronouns. In this lesson...

Spanish Grammar - Affirmatives And Negatives star[offsite link]
Brief but good explanation on Spanish negative sentences.

Spanish Plural Forms star
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.

The origin of the Spanish language. star
The first step is to understand how Spanish Language was born and the different influences received from others languages: English, French,... etc.

What is star[offsite link]
There is something English speakers do not find easy to understand: The genre of Spanish nouns. I you agree, visit this site, which offers a clear explanation on what is "genre" and how it works in Spanish.

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