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If you're past the beginning state of learning Spanish, you'll find plenty here to expand on your knowledge: lessons, articles and guides to using your newly acquired language.
  1. Nouns
  2. Adjectives and Articles
  3. Adverbs
  4. Tips for Learning
  5. Conjunctions
  6. Prepositions
  7. Pronouns
  8. Pronunciation
  9. Sentence Structure
  10. Teaching Resources
  1. Verb Tense, Mood and Voice
  2. Verb Usage
  3. Using Particular Verbs
  4. Verb Conjugation
  5. Verb Families
  6. Vocabulary Lessons
  7. Vocabulary Lists
  8. Word Choice
  9. Written Spanish
  10. Miscellaneous Grammar Lessons


These lessons look at the variety of ways nouns are used in sentences.

Adjectives and Articles

Learn more about the words that are used to describe or point to nouns.


These words are used to modify the meanings of verbs, adjectives, entire sentences and other adverbs.

Tips for Learning

Learning Spanish doesn't have to be a struggle. Here is some general advice for improving your Spanish as well as tips on mastering the particulars.


Conjunctions are words that connect words, phrases and sentences together.


Prepositions are the most difficult part of speech for many students.


Pronouns can vary in form with number and gender as well as what function they serve.


One of the first things people will know about your verbal Spanish is how well you pronounce words. Here are some tips for improvement.

Sentence Structure

Spanish is more flexible than English is in terms of word order and other elements of sentence structure.

Teaching Resources

If you teach Spanish, these articles can help you help your students learn.

Verb Tense, Mood and Voice

The tense of a verb typically indicates the time element of a sentence, while the mood typically indicates the speakers perspective on what is being said.

Verb Usage

These lessons explain how to use verbs in sentences.

Using Particular Verbs

Many of the verbs discussed in these lessons are used differently than are their English equivalents.

Verb Conjugation

In Spanish, verbs change form depending on tense, mood, person and number.

Verb Families

Through the use of prefixes, you add to the verbs you already know. You'll find that many of the verbs with prefixes are related to verbs in English. And when the root verb is an irregular verb, the verbs derived from it are typically conjugated in the same way.

Vocabulary Lessons

Improve your ability to say what you want to say as you expand your vocabulary with these lessons.

Vocabulary Lists

These lists can be used for study or for the making of flashcards and quizzes.

Word Choice

Often when translating to Spanish, you may not know which word in the dictionary to use. These lessons can get you on the right track.

Written Spanish

Here's what you need to know if you're preparing written materials such as correspondence and compositions.

Miscellaneous Grammar Lessons

For those that don't fit well in another category.

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