Indirect Speech

In Spanish, as in English, there are two different ways to express the words of another person: direct speech (or direct style) and indirect speech (indirect style).

   

Parts of Speech

Spanish parts of speechParts of speech are the building blocks of everything you say, write, hear, and read. Even if you hate the thought of learning any grammar terms, knowing the difference between these eight basic parts of speech is essential for improving your Spanish ability.

   

Possession

Spanish possessionSpanish has has several different possessive constructions, which can seem daunting until you realize that English does too – you’ve probably just never thought about them before. This page offers a quick summary of the different ways to express possession in Spanish with links to detailed lessons.

   

   

PwLS Super Study Lists

Progress with Lawless SpanishTake your Progress with Lawless Spanish account to the next level with these super study lists that bring together all the lessons on a particular grammar topic.

   

Questions

Spanish questionsKnowing how to ask questions in Spanihs is essential for making plans, shopping, traveling, getting to know people, and any other activity that requires obtaining information. There are two different types of questions, and different ways to ask each type.

   

Según

SegúnThe Spanish word según can be a preposition, conjunction, or adverb, but has essentially the same meaning in each case.

Sentences

Spanish sentencesA sentence is a group of words that form a complete unit of meaning. Sentences can be as short as a single word or as long as the Amazon; the minimum criterion is that they contain a subject and verb.

   

Si Clauses: Conditionals

Spanish si clausesSi clauses, also known as conditionals or conditional sentences, are if-then constructions that express a condition to be met in order for a certain result to occur. They are divided into three types, depending on whether the condition is likely, unlikely, or impossible.