Spanish Grammar

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Superlative Adjectives in Spanish

What’s is the best thing about learning a new language? What is the most…

Spanish Adjectives

An adjective is a word that modifies a noun. In other words, adjectives describe…

¿Muy or Mucho?

How many times have you encountered this doubt? Using mucho instead of muy and…

Pronunciation 101: Spanish Accents

When you are just beginning to learn Spanish, or even when you’ve already reached…

15 Must-Know Idiomatic Expressions in Spanish

1. Acá hay gato encerrado – There is something fishy/shady going on here Español…

A Practical Guide to Numbers in Spanish

Learning the numbers is one of the basics when picking up Spanish. While they…

Useful Spanish Phrases for Making Phone Calls

When learning a new language, there are many ways to measure or ‘test’ one’s…

The verb “gustar” and others like it

What is the meaning of the Spanish verb gustar? Verbs like gustar often provide…

Making Comparisons of Equality and Inequality in Spanish

In this grammar blog, we are going to talk about how to make comparisons…

Your Ultimate Guide to Irregular Verbs in Spanish in the Present Tense

Just like in English, the Spanish language has many irregular verbs. Fortunately for you,…

The Indirect Object in Spanish

The indirect object of a sentence is the recipient of the direct object. As…

The Direct Object in Spanish

The direct object is a noun phrase or thing that is the recipient of…

Possessive Adjectives in Spanish = Posesivos

Possessive adjectives indicate who or what owns something. Possessive adjective are a key part…

Negative Words and Negation in Spanish

We have already learned about making simple affirmative statements: Él trabaja en el supermercado….

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