You have reached the learn Spanish grammar page, where we hope you will be able to learn Spanish by gaining a strong foundation in everything from Spanish pronouns to Spanish prepositions to Spanish direct and indirect objects. Not to mention learning how to conjugate Spanish verbs in the various moods – present, past, future, conditional and subjuntive! Then there are reflexive verbs, past participles, and the two ways to say “for” in Spanish. The key to learn Spanish is to learn Spanish grammar, which can be an easy task for some and a difficult one for others. But don’t worry. Spanish grammar is very similar to the grammar you learned in school. Just as in other languages, there are nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, pronouns, direct and indirect objects and verb tenses in Spanish grammar.
One area of Spanish grammar that most students find to be the most difficult aspect of learning Spanish grammar is the subjunctive mood. In Spanish grammar, there are two moods – the indicative and the subjunctive. Another area that can be a bit complicated at first is the placement of direct and indirect object prounouns, as dictated by Spanish grammar rules. The Spanish grammar rules on adjectives and placement can be a tad tricky also. Sometimes the adjective goes before the noun and other times Spanish adjectives go after the noun. The other difference with Spanish grammar is the use of accents, which helps guide the speaker on proper Spanish pronunciation.
As you can see, there are many areas of Spanish grammar that students of the Spanish language need to learn and comprehend. We hope we are able to help you learn Spanish!