Spanish Grammar: The Present Progressive Tense

… Identify Spanish Grammar: The Present Progressive Tense la gramática española: el verbo estar con el presente progresivo The verb estar means to be. It is an irregular verb. May be used to indicate a state of ongoing action. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: The Verb ESTAR – Basics … Study The verb ESTAR means […]

Spanish Grammar: Irregular Past Participles

… Identify Spanish Grammar: Irregular Past Participles la gramática española: los participios pasados irregulares The general equivalent of using [-ED] in English. Most often utilized with perfect tenses and the verb estar. … Study The past participle is the general equivalent of using [-ED] in English. It can be used in a variety of functions including perfect tenses […]

Spanish Grammar: Negative Informal Commands

… Identify Spanish Grammar: Negative Informal Commands la gramática española: los imperativos informales y negativos Imperatives are also known as command forms. Use informal imperatives to ask people not to do things in the tú form. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Imperatives – Basics … Study To state negative informal (tú) commands for regular [-AR], [-ER], […]

Spanish Grammar: Irregular Verbs in the Conditional Mood

… Identify Spanish Grammar: Irregular Verbs in the Conditional Mood la gramática española: los verbos irregulares en el modo condicional The conditional mood is not as dependent on time, rather certainty or ability. The conditional mood is used to indicate what would happen. … Study There are only a handful of verbs that are irregular […]

Spanish Grammar: Irregular Verbs in the Future Tense

… Identify Spanish Grammar: Irregular Verbs in the Future Tense la gramática española: los verbos irregulares en el futuro Actions happening in the definitive future. Conjugate irregular verbs in order to attribute actions to someone/thing. … Study There are only a handful of verbs that are irregular in the future tense. All of the future […]

French Grammar: Unit of Time vs. Length of Time

… Identify: French Grammar: Unit of Time vs. Length of Time la grammaire française: matin/matinée, soir/soirée, jour/journée, an/année The words Matin/Matinée, Soir/Soirée, Jour/Journée, An/Année all refer to times. The difference between the words in each pair is a matter of Unit of Time vs. Length of Time. Study: Both words in the above pairs have the […]

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