Sample Pages

The beauty of the The Spanish Grammar Notebook is in the simplicity of the explanation for each subject heading. In addition, there are brief exercises following the instruction.

The following sample pages are available for review and may be used in a course of study or classroom environment.

Spanish Pronunciation 15

The Spanish Alphabet 17

Masculine And Feminine Nouns 19

The Definite Article “The” 20

Making Nouns Plural 21 

The Indefinite Article “a” or “an” 22

 Adjectives In Spanish 23 

Adjectives That End In “-e” 25 

Verbs In Spanish 26

-AR Verbs 29

-ER Verbs 32

-IR Verbs 34

The Verb “Ser” 36

Negating A Verb 37

Pronouns In Spanish 38

Uses of Estar and Ser 40

Question Formation In Spanish 47

Numbers 0 – 20 and Number Rules 50 

Usted (Ud) And Ustedes (Uds) 54 

Possession In Spanish 56 

The Expression “Hay” 57 

Weather Expressions 59 

Days Of The Week 61 

Months Of The Year 62

 Nouns That End In “-dad” 63

The Verb “Ver” – to see 65 

The Verb “Tener” 66 

Telling Time In Spanish 70 

Contractions In Spanish 72 

Colors 74 

Saber And The Infinitive 76 

The Verb “Decir – to say, tell” 78 

Venir – “to come” 79 

Irregular Present Tense Verbs – “Yo” Form Only 80

 Stem-Changing Verbs 82 

Common Idioms And Expressions In Spanish 87

 The Preterite Tense 99

 Irregular Verbs In The Preterite Tense 102

 Preterite Tense + Hacer 107

 The Imperfect Tense 108 

Present Perfect Tense 112

 Pluperfect – Past Perfect Tense 115

 Present Progressive Tense 118

 The Future Tense 124

 The Conditional Tense 128

 Possessive Adjectives 131

 Formal or Polite Commands 133

 Familiar Commands 136 

Personal Pronouns 141

 The Personal “A” 143

 Saber Vs Conocer 145

 Direct Object Pronouns 147

 Indirect Object Pronouns 151

 Double Object Pronouns 154

 Demonstrative Adjectives 159

 Demonstrative Pronouns 163

 Possessive Pronouns 166

 Reflexive Verbs 169

 Affirmative And Negative Words 174

 Gustar and Verbs Like Gustar 176

 The Subjunctive Mood 181

 Formation of the Present Subjunctive 191

 The Imperfect Subjunctive 198

 The Prepositions “Para” and “Por” 201

 Comparatives 207

 Superlatives 209

 “Tan Como” and “TantoComo” – “As much as” 211

 Words Frequently Confused 213

 List of Common Antonyms 216

 List of Common Synonyms 219

 Cultural Enrichment 221

 The Game Of The Name 221

 A Brief Overview of Spain and Spanish History 222

 Mariachi Music and Alla en El Rancho Grande 225

 Quiero Tú 226 

Los Borrachos 227 

La Cucaracha 228 

La Bamba 229 

Spanish Toasts 230 

Dictionary 233 

Answer Key 288

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