Spanish Grammar

Spanish Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns

The Spanish Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns (“Adjetivos y Pronombres Demostrativos”) are a collection of words which point at something or someone based on its distance to the speaker. They are the equivalent of the English words…

Spanish Present Tense – Uses

The Spanish Present Tense (“Presente Simple”) is the first tense you will learn in any Spanish course. We already explained its conjugation in a previous post. If you haven’t read it yet, we recommend you click here and learn how to co…

Spanish Present Tense – Conjugation

The Spanish Present Tense (“Presente Simple”) is the first tense everybody learns in a Spanish course. It is used to state facts, say what is happening now or what happens regularly. Additionally, sometimes we use it in a colloquial way to…

Subject Pronouns in Spanish

Subject Pronouns in Spanish (“Pronombres personales de sujeto”) are the pronouns which designate the person who performs the action of the verb. They are the equivalent to the English words “I, you, he…”   Here is the list of Subject P…