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#Spanish Grammar


  • Bueno vs Bien

    Learn how to differentiate bueno from bien in Spanish. What is the difference between bien and bueno. How to use them correctly in Spanish?

  • How to express wishes and hopes in Spanish?

    Learn how to express your wishes and hopes in Spanish. How to say I wish, I hope, etc in Spanish. Learn common Spanish phrases

  • Future tense in Spanish

    Learn about future tense in Spanish, formation and uses. Find out how to talk about what will happen in future? how to say "am going to" in Spanish?

  • Spanish past tense - Preterite vs Imperfect

    Learn how and when to use Spanish past tense. Find out the difference between Spanish preterite and imperfect tenses. Verb conjugation of preterite and imperfect tenses

  • How to use "Lo" in Spanish?

    What does "lo" mean in Spanish? Learn how to use "lo" in different contexts. "Lo" is one of the Spanish words that has different meanings.

  • Making recommendations and giving advice in Spanish

    Learn how to make recommendations and give advice in Spanish. Comon words and phrases to give advice and to make recommendations.

  • Spanish present perfect tense

    In this lesson, we will learn how to form and use Spanish present perfect tense. Spanish present perfect tense How to form? In English, the present perfect is formed by combining the auxiliary verb "have" or "has" with the past participle. In Spanish, it is formed by using the present indicative of the auxiliary verb “haber” and the

  • Expressing doubt and denial in Spanish

    Learn how to express doubt, disbelief, and denial in Spanish using subjunctive. Learn common verbs used to doubt or deny something

  • Here, there, and over there in Spanish

    Lean how to say here, there, and over there in Spanish. How to talk about locations? Find out how to use aquí, allí, ahí, allá, acá, allí in Spanish!

  • Spanish present progressive tense

    Learn how to form and when to use the present progressive tense or the present continuous tense in Spanish. It is formed by combining "estar" with the present participle