Spanish Grammar

The Impossible Made Possible: An In-Depth Guide to Spanish Pronouns

Hi, my name is Suzie and I’ve been tasked with the impossible feat of describing all the Spanish pronouns to you. I won’t claim that it’s going to be easy – in fact, Spanish pronouns are one of the last things I fully understood about the language. But they are extremely necessary, and used daily …

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Say It in Spanish: All About the “Decir” Conjugation

“Decir”, meaning to tell or to say, is a pretty important word in Spanish, because, well, how can you communicate without knowing how to say? Unfortunately, though, the “decir” conjugation is one of the most complicated of the Spanish language, with almost every tense having different irregular forms. Luckily for you, you have this article, …

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Make it Happen – “Hacer” Conjugation in Spanish

You might have seen a meme going around that compares “do”, “did”, and “done” in English to Spanish’s seemingly endless number of different forms of their equivalent verb: hacer. At first glance, this can seem extremely daunting and make Spanish seem like the hardest language ever! But don’t let this scare you off. Everything in …

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Spanish Reflexive Verbs: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

One of the biggest confusions for Spanish learners is the reflexive. It is a feature of Spanish that’s really different to English, so it is really hard to understand just by translating directly between the languages. So, let’s break down Spanish reflexive verbs and see how they’re used. First thing’s first – what are Spanish …

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Going Places in Spanish: How to Understand the “Ir” Conjugation

Have you ever heard the Spanish expression “me voy a ir yendo”? This is a very common, perfectly grammatical statement with not one, not two, but three different forms of ir conjugation. If that doesn’t highlight to you the importance of this verb, I don’t know what to tell you. Ir, meaning “to go”, is one …

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A Complete Guide to All the Tenses of the Spanish Verb Poner

Are you tired of monotonous conjugation tables and are looking for a one-stop shop to MASTER the Spanish verb poner? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Welcome to the University of Poner! Today we are going to certify you in all meanings and tenses of the Spanish verb poner, break down the ponerse reflexive …

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Tener Expressions: 31 Different Ways to Use Tener in Spanish

Native Spanish speakers use idiomatic expressions very often, and learning the most common ones will help you understand real conversations well and speak Spanish naturally. Ready to learn some common tener expressions? Let’s go!  Don’t forget to read about the conjugation of tener if you don’t know it yet! Tener is one of the most used …

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