As in English, auxiliary verbs in Spanish are an important way of expanding meanings of the verbs you use every day.
Spanish has dozens of pronouns in at least 10 categories — and some of them fulfill multiple roles.
Although "cover" and cubrir may not look alike, they come from the same Latin word and have similar but not identical meanings. Learn more about the connection between the two in our newest lesson, on cubrir and related words.
If you want to say "never" in Spanish, you have two simple ways to do so — nunca and jamás. That's pretty straightforward, but as our lesson on Spanish words for "never" explains, some other rules of grammar apply, such as the one sometimes requiring the use of a double negative.
If you were asked to come up with the most important facts about Spanish pronouns, what would you suggest? See my choices in the lesson "10 Facts About Spanish Pronouns."
This lesson is one in our "10 Facts" series designed to give an overview of key aspects of the Spanish language along with links to relevant lessons. Also in the series: