February 15, 2017
Spanish regular present tense -ir

Spanish regular present tense (-IR)

Spanish verbs are grouped in three categories called conjugations: verbs that end in -ar (trabajar, saltar…), verbs that end in -er (correr, leer…), and verbs that […]
February 10, 2017
Spanish present tense of regular verbs -er

Spanish regular present tense (-ER)

The conjugation of verbs in Spanish is easier than it may seem. There are three groups of verbs (conjugations), and all the verbs within one group […]
February 2, 2017
Spanish regular present tense -ar

Spanish regular present tense (-AR)

In order to speak about events in Spanish, one must know how to conjugate the verbs. In Spanish, the verbs are grouped in three categories: the […]
January 17, 2017
Spanish irregular present tense g Spanish grammar exercise

Spanish irregular present tense (G)

There are many kinds of Spanish irregular present tense. Some of them change the ending of the verb in the conjugation, while others change some letters of […]
January 16, 2017

Presente irregular: E > IE

January 13, 2017
Verbos presente irregular e-i

Presente irregular: E > I

December 16, 2016
spanish grammar exercises spanish irregular present tense c cz

Spanish irregular present tense (C-CZ)

Among the different kinds of Spanish irregular present tense, the one that we are going to study in this free grammar exercise may be the easiest. […]
December 11, 2016
irregular present tense in spanish o ue free grammar exercise

Irregular present tense in Spanish (O-UE)

The present tense in Spanish is not very difficult to learn, but there are some verbs that have particularities that make their conjugation a bit odd. […]
December 1, 2016
irregular present tense in spanish y free grammar excercise

Irregular present tense in Spanish (Y)

The present tense in Spanish is easy at first, but there are instances when the conjugation is not regular, and some changes appear on the verb. […]
November 30, 2016
possessive adjectives in Spanish

Possessive adjectives in Spanish (1)

Possessive adjectives in Spanish are used to express possession or ownership. They are like any other adjective in Spanish, so possessive adjectives must match the nouns […]
September 30, 2016
exercise for the singular and plural nouns in Spanish

Singular and plural nouns in Spanish

The noun is the word we use to name objects, people, countries, and so on. Like articles, nouns have gender (feminine or masculine), and number (singular […]
September 30, 2016
Learn the gender of nouns in Spanish with The Spanish Forum

The gender of nouns in Spanish

In this exercise we are going to focus on the study and practise of the gender of nouns in Spanish, which are classified as either masculine […]