Indirect Object Pronouns: Spanish grammar (A2)

Indirect object pronouns in Spanish Indirect object pronouns are used instead of a noun to show the person, thing or action is intended to benefit or harm. Below you can see the list of Spanish indirect object pronouns and some examples: Estoy escribiendo a mis padres (I am writing to my parents). Les estoy escribiendo (I … Leer más

ESTA ES MI FAMILIA: podcast 020 (A1)

Escucha (listen) como una mujer, Lola, habla de los diferentes miembros de su FAMILIA y usa los adjetivos posesivos para hablar de ellos. Escucha el audio, responde (answer) las preguntas y, finalmente, comprueba (check) tus respuestas Repasa el vocabulario sobre la familia y no te olvides de consultar con tu tutor cualquier duda que tengas ¿Todavía no … Leer más

Kitchen utilities in Spanish -Utensilios de cocina- Spanish vocabulary A2

Do you know how to say kitchen utilities in Spanish? ¿Quieres aprender el vocabulario relacionado con los utensilios de cocina en español? Déjanos un mensaje en los comentarios si quieres recibir la lámina de vocabulario en pdf, cuando estés familiarizado con el vocbulario, practícalo con nuestras actividades interactivas de abajo.  También te proponemos aprender a hacer … Leer más

Spanish demonstrative adjectives (A1)

Spanish demonstrative adjectives –adjetivos demostrativos– are listed in the grid below, Like in any other language, they are used to modify a noun so that we know which specific person, place, or thing is mentioned and how close is to us. When I say «Este libro» I mean this specific book that is close to me (to the … Leer más

Definite articles in Spanish: basic grammar (A1)

Definite articles in Spanish There are two types of articles, definite and indefinite. In English, the definite article is the. Nevertheless, Spanish use four different forms. The Spanish definite articles, artículos determinados, agree in gender (masculine/feminine) and number (singular/plural) with the noun. Spanish and English differ substantially in the way in which they use the … Leer más

Spanish subject pronouns (A1)

Spanish subject pronouns Subject pronouns (PRONOMBRES DE SUJETO) are pronouns that identify who or what is performing the action of a verb, below you can see the Spanish subject pronouns with their equivalents in English. Subject pronouns in Spanish, how they work In this video, Dr. Danny Evans presents a table of personal pronouns in Spanish. … Leer más

Spanish personal pronouns introduction (A1)

Spanish personal pronouns Pronouns are words, in English, like I, me, we, us, they, them… which we use to save repeating a noun. In Spanish is very much the same. There are different types of personal pronouns in Spanish depending on their functions in the sentence, they show the relationship between the participants in the … Leer más

Acabar de: Spanish Grammar (A2)

 Acabar de is a periphrasis, in Spanish perífrasis verbal. A periphrasis is formed by combining two verbs. When this occurs, the first verb is conjugated, while the second verb remains in the infinitive form, many useful expressions are formed like this, that you have probably already seen:

Acabar de

Voy a comprar una casa (I am going to buy a house).

Tengo que hacer la maleta (I have to pack the suitcase).

 

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Spanish verb SER to be

The Spanish verb SER is one of the two ways we have to say «to be«. It is not only the most important verb but also the most irregular, but no worries you are going to use it so much that in a couple of weeks you will not notice the irregularities. First, we are … Leer más