|Learn the different ways to shorten words and phrases in Spanish.
|What’s the purpose of Spanish accents, and how can I type them?
|Adjectives describe nouns in various ways.
|Words that modify verbs, adjectives… or adverbs
|Gender and number make a big difference in Spanish grammar.
|Definite, indefinite, and partitive
|Learn how to conjugate Spanish verbs.
|Simple and compound conjugations for nearly 300 Spanish verbs.
|Connecting equals and unequals since the beginning of this sentence.
|The grammar of specific references
|Wow! These are useful words! Click to read these lessons!
|Idiomatic expressions, everyday expressions – lots of lessons to help you speak Spanish like the natives.
|Words and structures needed for formal situations
|What’s the deal with masculine desks and feminine tables?
|Somewhere, someone might need something.
|Words and structures reserved for informal relationships
|Classroom-ready lessons and ideas
|No, nothing, no one, never
|The grammatical concept of non-gender
|All the persons, places, and things you can shake a stick at.
|Learn about making nouns and adjectives plural.
|Please be polite.
|In their detail, my lessons will help your Spanish.
|Little words that connect different parts of speech.
|For when you get tired of repeating nouns.
|Learn the sounds of Spanish.
|Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
|Learn some of the particularities of Spanish spelling.
|Create new words by added suffixes to the end.
|Tenses – Moods – Voices
|Lessons on present, past, future, indicative, subjunctive, passive…
|Essential Spanish vocabulary for traveling, from greetings to transportation to shopping.
|General index to all the Spanish verb lessons on this site.
|Lists of useful phrases for various situations.
|Learn how different parts of speech fit together.
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