Spanish Grammar

Spanish Present Subjunctive – Conjugation

Welcome to our lesson about the conjugation of verbs in Spanish Present Subjunctive («Presente del Subjuntivo»). We will begin by explaining the Endings for this tense. Then we will see examples of Regular Verbs, and finally w…

«Ya» and «Todavía»

Spanish Adverbs «ya» and «todavía» are usually taught together in Spanish courses. Both «ya» and «todavía» have different meanings when followed and when not followed by the negative part…

The Passive Voice in Spanish

Sentences in Passive Voice (“Voz Pasiva”) are those expressed in terms of a subject receiving (not doing) the action of the verb. There are 2 options for forming the Passive Voice in Spanish, both being equally valid: Option 1: Verb “ser” co…

Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish

Indirect Object Pronouns («Pronombres de Complemento Indirecto») are a collection of pronouns which point to the person or thing to whom or for whom the action of the verb is done.   Forms Here is the full list with the Indir…

Direct Object Pronouns in Spanish

Direct Object Pronouns («Pronombres de Complemento Directo») are a collection of pronouns which point to the person or thing that receives directly the action of the verb.   Forms Here is the full list of Direct Object Pro…

Spanish «Por» VS «Para»

«Por» and «para» are two Spanish prepositions. It is important to learn the cases where we use “por” and those when we use «para».   Uses of “Por” Causes («because of») Hoy no salgo por la l…