Spanish Learning Products
Website Reviews
Advertise Here
Advertise Here
Free Spanish Lessons
Use the form opposite and we will send you PDF copies of all of our grammar lessons for FREE

35 separate lessons that you can download RIGHT NOW
    An Introduction to verbs and 'subject' personal pronouns (I, you, he, she etc in English)
    The present simple tense with regular verbs (I eat)
    The present simple tense with irregular verbs (I am)
    The past simple (preterite) tense with regular verbs (I ate)
    The past simple (preterite) tense with irregular verbs (I was)
    The imperfect tense - regular and irregular verbs (I used to)
    The future tense - regular and irregular verbs (I will)
    The perfect tenses - regular and irregular verbs (I have / I had / I will have)
    The conditional tense - regular and irregular verbs (I could / I would / I should)
    The present subjunctive tense (No direct comparison - other tenses are used in English)
    The past subjunctive tense (If I were to)
    'Haber' with the conditional and past subjunctive tenses (I could/should/would have - If I were to have)
    The continuous tenses (I am going)
    The infinitive tense (verbs in their original forms - to be)
    The imperative tense (command verbs - go / stay etc)
    The 'Gerund' (forming 'ing...' verbs)
    'Gustar' and similar verbs - A different way of using verbs
    Reflexive verbs part 1 (the present simple tense)
    Reflexive verbs part 2 (other tenses and usages)
    Verbs - Ser (to be) Estar (to be)
    Adverbs - Part 1 - (Words that end in -ly in English) 100 Spanish adverbs that don't end in -mente.
      Adverbs - Part 2 - (Other forms / making comparisons)
    Nouns - Part 1 - (Gender - Usually masculine or feminine?)
    Nouns - Part 2 - (Gender and forming plural nouns)
    Articles - definite / indefinite (the and a in English)
    Adjectives - describing words (Agreement and word order)
    Adjectives - (Comparative and superlative) Words like bigger, fatter, biggest and fattest in English
    Pronouns - object pronouns (direct and indirect) - Words like me, you, him, her, it, and them in English
    Adjectives and Pronouns (demonstrative) - Words like this, that, these and those in English
  Adjectives and Pronouns (possessive) - Words like my, your, his, hers, mine, and yours in English
    Adjectives and pronouns (indefinite) - words used to talk about things in a non specific way
    An introduction to prepositions and relative pronouns - words like to, on, at, for and who, whom, that in English
    Prepositions - A comprehensive list with examples
    Conjunctions - linking words - Words like or, and, when, if, as, although and while in English
    Questions and negatives (question words) - Words like what, where, why, and how etc in English
Spain v Latin America
Learn all about the differences between the Spanish that is spoken in Spain and Spanish that is spoken in different parts of Latin America
Quick links to other free resources
The importance of learning Spanish grammar
Developing a solid base understanding of Spanish grammar is essential in order to learn to speak español in a way that native speakers are going to understand. Having an understanding of Spanish grammar acts as the platform from which you can dive into effective communication.

The grammar of any language is a set of norms through which the language acts as a communicative tool. Thousands of years of communicating have brought languages to the point where they have become systemized and formed what we term 'grammar'. Without these norms in place it would be very difficult for us to understand clearly what our companions were trying to share with us.

Languages were not created in a vacuum. With the exception of Esperanto, languages were not made by scholars sitting around thinking up grammar rules and writing them down. For this reason very few of the world's languages can claim to be orderly and always logical. Despite this there are ascertainable grammar rules, which can be learned and applied resulting in effective communication
Campaign 1 - Banner 4