Spanish Grammar: The Verb PEDIR – Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Grammar: The Verb PEDIR – Verb Conjugation Chart gramática española: el verbo pedir – gráfico de conjugaciones PEDIR = TO ASK The verb PEDIR means to ASK (for) something. It’s often used in restaurants and dining scenarios. PEDIR is an irregular verb PEDIR is also known as a stem-changing verb (e-i) Indicative Mood: Present Preterite Imperfect Conditional Future […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb SERVIR – Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Grammar: The Verb SERVIR – Verb Conjugation Chart gramática española: el verbo servir – gráfico de conjugaciones SERVIR = TO SERVE The verb SERVIR means to SERVE. It’s commonly used in dining out and restaurants. SERVIR is an irregular verb SERVIR is also known as a stem-changing verb (e-i) Indicative Mood: Present Preterite Imperfect Conditional Future yo sirvo […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb SONREÍR – Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Grammar: The Verb SONREÍR – Verb Conjugation Chart gramática española: el verbo sonreír – gráfico de conjugaciones SONREÍR = TO SMILE The verb SONREÍR means to SMILE. You use it to help convey emotion! SONREÍR is an irregular verb SONREÍR is also known as a stem-changing verb (e-i) Indicative Mood: Present Preterite Imperfect Conditional Future yo sonrío sonreí […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb REÍR – Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Grammar: The Verb REÍR – Verb Conjugation Chart gramática española: el verbo reír – gráfico de conjugaciones REÍR = TO LAUGH The verb REÍR means to LAUGH. It’s used to express emotion! REÍR is an irregular verb REÍR is also known as a stem-changing verb (e-i) Indicative Mood: Present Preterite Imperfect Conditional Future yo río reí reía reiría […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb COMENZAR – Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Grammar: The Verb COMENZAR – Verb Conjugation Chart gramática española: el verbo comenzar – gráfico de conjugaciones COMENZAR = TO START (BEGIN) The verb COMENZAR means to BEGIN or START something, like a project or process. COMENZAR is an irregular verb COMENZAR is also known as a stem-changing verb (e-ie) Indicative Mood: Present Preterite […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb [SABER] – Verb Conjugation Chart

Spanish Grammar: The Verb [SABER] – Verb Conjugation Chart gramática española: el verbo [saber] – gráfico de conjugaciones [SABER] = TO KNOW SOMETHING The verb SABER means to either know information (facts, data) or know how to do something. It expresses knowledge. Indicative Mood:   Present Preterite Imperfect Conditional Future yo sé supe sabía sabría […]

Spanish Reading Selections: Puerto Rican Community Census 2013

… A word about reading texts in their original language: This is freaking hard! Yup. Languages can be complicated! Can’t I just use Google translate on this stuff and read it in English? I guess you could… Then why should I read this? Because reading texts like this can accelerate your language learning. So, what […]

Spanish Grammar: The Past Participle

… Identify Spanish Grammar: The Past Participle la gramática española: el participio pasado The general equivalent of using [-ED] in English. Most often utilized with perfect tenses and the verb [ESTAR]. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Verb Conjugation – Basics … 60-Second Spanish Grammar Lesson Coming Soon! … Study The past participle is the general equivalent of using […]

Spanish Grammar: The Verb [ESTAR] with the Past Participle

… Identify Spanish Grammar: The Verb [ESTAR] with the Past Participle la gramática española: el verbo [estar] con el participio pasado The verb [ESTAR] means to be. It is an irregular verb. May be combined with verbs ending in the past participle. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Verb Conjugation – Basics LEAF Spanish Grammar: The […]

Spanish Grammar: Relative Adjectives – [CUYO]

… Identify Spanish Grammar: Relative Adjectives – [CUYO] la gramática española: los pronombres adjetivos – [cuyo] Refers to a noun previously mentioned. They relate to nouns in statements/conversations. … Connect Coming Soon! … 60-Second Spanish Grammar Lesson Coming Soon! … Study CUYO means who/whose in English, and must change in number and gender with the nouns […]