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23 Basic Spanish Grammar Concepts for Beginners

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Spanish one grammar consist of 23 basic grammar concepts to start understanding the Spanish language, I have explanations with Video lessons on all 23 Spanish one grammar concepts listed below.

Spanish grammar is the set of rules that govern how words are put together to form sentences in the Spanish language. It includes topics such as noun declension, verb conjugation, and sentence structure.

Noun Declension

Nouns in Spanish are declined according to their gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural). The gender of a noun is usually determined by its ending. For example, nouns ending in -o are usually masculine, while nouns ending in -a are usually feminine.

Subject Pronouns in Spanish

Adjectives in Spanish

Definite Article in Spanish

Indefinite Article in Spanish

Video Lessons

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Verb Conjugation

Spanish verbs are conjugated according to person, number, tense, mood, and aspect. The person of a verb refers to who is performing the action of the verb. The number of a verb refers to whether the action is being performed by one person or more than one person. The tense of a verb refers to the time when the action is taking place. The mood of a verb refers to the speaker’s attitude towards the action. The aspect of a verb refers to whether the action is completed or in progress.

Regular verb Conjugations

irregular verb Conjugations

-ar verbs

-er & -ir verbs

Ser Conjugation: Conjugation of Ser Made Easier

Estar conjugation

Ser vs. Estar

How to conjugate the verb Tener

Tener que + infinitive


Gustar with infinitives

Conjugating the verb “Querer”


Possessive adjectives

Stem-changing verbs o to ue

Stem changing e to ie

Preterite Tense

Informal Commands

Direct and indirect object pronouns


We offer an index of Spanish grammar topics. This index is designed to help you find the grammar concepts you are looking for. The index is organized by topic.

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Spanish Adjectives: A Complete Guide

Adjectives in Spanish

Spanish adjectives are words that describe nouns. They tell us more about the noun, such as its size, shape, color, or quality. For example, in the sentence “La casa es grande” (The house is big), the adjective “grande” (big) describes the noun “casa” (house).

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tú: How to Use Informal tú Commands in Spanish (with Examples)

Informal Commands

Learning how to use informal commands in Spanish is essential to becoming fluent in the language. Informal commands are used to give instructions and make requests to friends, family, and other people you know well. In this guide, we will teach you everything you need to know about informal commands in Spanish. We will cover…

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