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Numbers in Spanish
An overview of how numbers are used in Spanish with links to over a dozen lessons.
Grammar Glossary for Spanish Students
This glossary is designed as a guide for people learning the grammar of either Spanish or English, and it may be useful for people studying other languages as well, especially languages of Indo-European origin.
Spanish for Beginners
If you're new to learning Spanish, this collection of lessons will help you learn what you need to know.
Spanish Lessons for Intermediate and Advanced Students
If you're beyond the beginner stage of learning Spanish, this collection of lessons can help you learn the details of using the Spanish language well.
Quiz on Gender in Spanish
Find out how much you know about gender, and get links to lessons that explain the answers to the questions you miss.
Inflection is the change in the form of a word to indicate a change in its grammatical usage.
10 Mistakes to Avoid While Learning Spanish
Making mistakes is a natural part of learning any language, but chances are you don't want to make some of the easily avoidable mistakes that might make you sound less intelligent than you are.
Spanish Basics in One Week
Are you thinking about learning Spanish? If so, this introductory series of lessons will teach you some basic facts about the language and introduce you to some of its basic grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. If you sign up, you'll receive seven lessons, one in your mailbox each day for a week.
Since giving direct commands to people can sound rude, there are number of common wants to make polite requests.
Errors Made by Native Spanish Speakers
Native Spanish speakers make their share of mistakes when speaking their language. But they generally aren't the same mistakes you're likely to make when speaking Spanish as a second language.
Definition of 'Concession' as a Grammatical Term
Definition of 'concession' as it used in grammar
Augmentative suffixes provide a way that the Spanish vocabulary can be flexibly expanded.
The two most common ways of expressing fear in Spanish are 'temer' and 'tener miedo.'
How to use the Spanish word 'menos' with sample sentences suitable for first-year Spanish students.
Spanish speakers frequently use the diminutive suffixes not only to indicate size but also to make a word less harsh or to indicate affection.